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How have Americans experiencedâ€”physically manifested and internalizedâ€”the
experience of both Jewish victimhood and Nazi criminality? What do
American literature, music, art, theatre, and film about the Holocaust
tell us about the Americans who create them? Why and how has the
Holocaust become a central feature of the American heritage landscape?
These questions and others concerning the holocaust in America will be
addressed by the participants on this panel at the Cultural Studies
Association Annual Meeitng at New York University from May 22-24, 2008.
Abstracts of proposed papers should be no more than 500 words and should
be submitted along with a short curriculum vitae to Michael Schuldiner at
ffmjs_at_uaf.edu by November 8. Please send these materials as attachments
in either Word or PDF. For more information about the CSA conference,
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