Table of contents for Sites of the uncanny : Paul Celan, specularity and the visual arts / by Eric Kligerman.

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Acknowledgments	vii
List of Illustrations	ix
Introduction: Facing the Holocaust	1
Positioning the Spectator	1
Empathic Imagination: Identification and the Other	6
"All Poets are Yids": Translating the Holocaust 	10
Poetry as Flaschenpost	17
A New Category: the Holocaustal Uncanny	23
Chapter 1: Specular Disruptions-The Sublime, the Uncanny, and Empathic Identification	31
Elements of Kant's Sublime: Subreption, Negative Presentation 
	and Shudder	34
"To see a hundred corpses lie side to side, or five hundred or a
	thousand..."	37
Saul Friedlander and the Historian's Unease	42
Peter Haidu and the "strangely familiar" of Himmler's Posen Speech	46
Dominick LaCapra: Empathic Unsettlement and Compulsive
	Repetition	49
Crossing from the Sublime into Trauma: The Holocaustal
	Uncanny	55
The Uncanny Ethics of Levinas and Celan	62
Chapter 2: Catastrophe and the Uncanny in Heidegger's Fetishized Narrative	77
A Missed Encounter: Heidegger and Celan	77
Heidegger and Narrative Fetishism	79
Fear and Anxiety in Heidegger's Being and Time	84
Antigone: The Uncanny, History, and Loss of the Ethical	88
Memorial Address	95
Chapter 3: Broken Meridians-From Heidegger's Pathway to Celan's Judengasse	104
Bremen's Ghost	105
Freud's Uncanny: Doubles, Repetitions, Ghosts, Blindings and the 
	Medusa's Head	113
Following the Path of Art: Poetry and the Uncanny	116
Translations: The Ethics of an Encounter	122
Departing From Heidegger's Feldweg	127
Mourning and Translation	132
Chapter 4: Celan's Cinematic-Anxiety of the Gaze in Nuit et Brouillard and "Engführung"	138
Resnais and the Visual Arts	146
Celan and the Visual Arts	151
Van Gogh's Cornfield with Crows: Crossing Film and Poetry	154
"Beide Welten": Inside the Camps	158
The Face and the Trace	164
Going into the Narrows: Celan's "Engführung"	172
Chapter 5: Re-figuring Celan in the Paintings of Anselm Kiefer	187
Textual Mourning for Celan In Bachmann's Malina 	187
The Return of Paul Celan	195
Kiefer's Reception in Germany	199
Kiefer's Act of Decathexis: Lost Objects and Landscapes	202
Remembering Celan, Remembering the Holocaust	209
Coda: Lichtzwang	227
Chapter 6: Ghostly Demarcations-Translating Paul Celan's 
Poetics in Daniel Libeskind's Architectural Space	233
Trauma and the Forming of Cultural Identity	233
Translating Anxiety into Architecture	239
Entering The Jewish Museum in Berlin	244
Inscribing the Void in Architecture	250
Void and Breathturn	255
Architectural Melancholia	269
Cartography and Ruins	275	
Conclusion: Mnemosyne and the Ruins of History	289
Paul Celan in Tübingen	289
Martin Walser in Frankfurt	295
Bibliography	311
Index of Names	325
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Celan, Paul -- Influence.
Popular culture -- Germany.
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), and the arts.
Collective memory -- Germany.
Celan, Paul -- Criticism and interpretation.