Witnessing comes in as many forms as the trauma that gives birth to it. The Holocaust, undeniably one of the greatest traumatic events in recent human history, still resonates into the twenty-first century. The echoes that haunt those who survived continue to reach their children and others who did not share the experience directly. In what ways is this massive trauma processed and understood, both for survivors and future generations?
|Title of host publication||The power of witnessing: Reflections, reverberations and traces of the Holocaust|
|Editors||Nancy R Goodman, Marilyn B Meyers|
|Place of Publication||New York|
|Pages||145 - 157|
|Number of pages||13|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|