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Adele Valeria Messina, Dr.

 

Featured publications

Monographs

A.V. Messina, American Sociology and Holocaust Studies: The Alleged Silence and the Creation of the Sociological Delay, Boston, Academic Studies Press, 2017. Reprint Open Access, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/9781618115485.

Articles

A.V. Messina, New Perspectives on Everett C. Hughes’ Sociological Works about the Holocaust, 1930s-1980s, «Journal of Modern Jewish Studies» 19, 3 (2020), pp. 337-361, DOI: 10.1080/14725886.2020.1713512.

A.V. Messina, Lo sviluppo della Dichiarazione sull’ebraismo del Concilio Vaticano II: Rassegna dei nodi fondamentali, «Free Ebrei: Online Journal of Contemporary Jewish Identity (2020), http://www.freeebrei.com/anno-ix-numero-2-luglio-dicembre-2020/adele-valeria-messina-lo-sviluppo-della-dichiarazione-sullebraismo-del-concilio-vaticano-ii.

A.V. Messina, L’idéologie raciale aux États-Unis: Edward A. Ross et la construction du discours antisémite, «Diasporas. Circulations, migrations, histoire» 31 (2018), pp. 115-129, https://journals.openedition.org/diasporas/1336.

 

A.V. Messina, Zofia Lipecka: Je devais les dessiner, «Free Ebrei: Online Journal of Contemporary Jewish Identity» 7, 2 (2018), http://www.freeebrei.com/anno-vii-numero-2-luglio-dicembre-2018/adele-valeria-messina- zofia-lipecka-je-devais-les-dessiner.

A.V. Messina, Behind the Online Access. Notes and Papers of Everett C. Hughes: a Small Treasure for the Post- Holocaust Sociology, «Holocaust. Studii şi cercetări (Holocaust. Study and Research» 9, 10 (2017), pp. 117-139, https://www.ceeol.com/search/article-detail?id=591317.

A.V. Messina, Tra Autorità e Scetticismo, «Free Ebrei: Online Journal of Contemporary Jewish Identity» 5, 2 (2016), Adele Valeria Messina, Tra autorità e scetticismo - Free Ebrei.

A.V. Messina, Open access meets productivity: “Scholarship, see effect of being an efficient source”, «Dariah Winter School in Prague: Open Data Citation for Social Sciences and Humanities» (2017), pp. 93-94, http://opendatacite.huma-num.fr/content/DARIAH_Winter_School-6-CaseStudies.pdf.

A.V. Messina, Nel campo di Auschwitz, «Free Ebrei: Online Journal of Contemporary Jewish Identity» 4, 2 (2015), http://www.freeebrei.com/anno-iv-numero-2-luglio-dicembre-2015/nel-campo-di-auschwitz-a-cura-di- adele-valeria-messina.            Rist.: «Deportate, Esuli e Profughe» 30 (2016), pp,   202–26, http://www.unive.it/nqcontent.cfm?a_id=200057.

A.V. Messina, “Intervista con Jean-Léonard Touadi,” «Daedalus. Quaderni di Storia e Scienze Sociali» 4 (2012), http://www.sociologia.unical.it/daedalus/home.htm.

A.V. Messina, Sociologia e Shoah: Una ricognizione storica, Maggio, http://www.sissco.it/download/attivita/Messina_ppr.pdf.

Edited Volumes

M. Dziaczkowska, A.V. Messina (eds.), Jews in Dialogue: Jewish Responses to the Challenges of Multicultural Contemporaneity, Leiden, Brill, 2020.

Chapters in books

A.V. Messina, In cerca di pace alla ricerca della salute: punti vicini tra due esperienze, in Studiare la pandemia: Diseguaglianze e resilienza ai tempi del Covid-19, a cura di D. Cersosimo, F. Cimatti, F. Raniolo, Roma, Donzelli, 2020, pp. 601-608.

A.V. Messina, (in collaborazione con M. Dziaczkowska), Introduzione, in Jews in Dialogue: Jewish Responses to the Challenges of Multicultural Contemporaneity, edited by M. Dziaczkowska, A. V. Messina, Leiden, Brill 2020, pp. 1-12, https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004425958.

A.V. Messina, Pulire il Paese da ogni grumo insolubile: note per uno studio su Edward Alsworth Ross e l’ideologia razziale negli Stati Uniti di fine Ottocento-inizio Novecento, in Figli della memoria a cura di P. Coen, C. Ferranti, Macerata, EUM, 2014, pp.69-91.

 A.V. Messina, Prefazione in Apos Vergae. Nato già grande, Book Sprint Edizioni 2014, pp. 7-10.

Dictionary/encyclopedias/catalogs entries

A.V. Messina, Peacemaking, in Encyclopedia of Women in World Religions: Faith and Culture across History [2 vol.], edited by S. De-Gaia, ABC-CLIO, 2018, pp. 185-188, http://publisher.abc-clio.com/9781440848506.

A.V. Messina, Shoah, Treblinka, Ghetto di Varsavia, in Ci guardano, a cura di Zofia Lipecka, Cosenza, Museo del Presente, 2018.

Reviews

Final Solution. The Fate of the Jews, 1933-1949 by David Cesarani, in «Free Ebrei: Rivista di identità ebraica contemporanea» 6, 1 (2017), http://www.freeebrei.com/anno-vi-numero-1-gennaio- giugno-2017/david-cesarani-final-solution.

Percorsi storico-educativi della memoria europea. La Shoah nella società italiana by Luca Bravi, in «Mestiere di Storico. Annale Sissco» 1 (2015).

Conferences, seminars and workshops

15-17 September 2021, “The Jerry Falwell-Menachem Begin Connection”: Il Sionismo cristiano, Reagan e gli equilibri mediorientali, panel Fondamentalismo cristiano e geopolitica nella presidenza Reagan: tra tendenze di lungo periodo ed effetti rebound, Cantieri di Storia SISSCO, Cagliari.

30 Auguts-2 September 2021, Jews in Dialogue: Jewish Responses to the Challenges of Multicultural Contemporaneity, Author Meets Critique, Annual Conference of the European Academy of Religion, Münster.

30 August-2 September 2021, Towards a Rethinking of Catholic Identity through the Critical Thinking of Ulrich Beck, panel Christianity and Alterity. Towards more Inclusive Theology—Ecumenical and Interreligious Turn, Annual Conference of the European Academy of Religion, Münster.

7-9 June 2021, The History of Post-Holocaust Sociology since 1945: Key Concepts and Works Typical of the Sociological Discipline Dealing with the Destruction of the Jews, Summer Teachers’ Institute-HMREC 2021 Dr. Norman M. Wall, Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Florida, Maitland, invited paper.

27-28 January 2020, Tra uomini normali e carnefici antisemiti: continuità e trasformazioni delle teorie strutturalista, funzionalista e logicista, seminar Tenere viva la memoria nel processo di pace: in memoria di Piero Terracina, University of Macerata, Macerata, invited paper.

17 December 2020, Note per lo studio storico della sociologia della Shoah: voci e documenti dagli anni Trenta agli anni Cinquanta, corso di perfezionamento Didattica della Shoah: Orizzonti lontani, orizzonti impossibili. Percorsi e luoghi di accoglienza per perseguitati e profughi ebrei tra gli anni Trenta e Cinquanta, University of Florence, Florence, invited paper.

4-9 March 2019, Co-organizer of the Panel Jews in Dialogue: Jewish Responses to the Challenges of Multicultural Contemporaneity, Annual Conference of the European Academy of Religion, Bologna.

29-30 March 2019, (in collaboration with Michael Berkowitz) Remembering Jews in Europe’s Future: An Appreciation of Ulrich Beck, Memories of the Future International Conference, School of Advanced Study University of London, London.

11-15 November 2018, The Accounts of Three non-Jewish Survivors of Auschwitz: Testimonies against Internet-based Holocaust Denial, EHRI Seminar From the Living Room to the World-Wide Web: Documenting, Uploading and Utilizing Holocaust Testimonies in the Digital Age, Yad Vashem, Jerusalem.

19 October 2018, Internet-based Holocaust Denial: Analysis of the (Pseudo) Sceptical Methodology in Bradley R. Smith’s Revisionist Texts, seminar A Talk at the Wiener Library, Wiener Library, London, invited paper.

19 February 2018, La sociologia italiana a confronto, 1945-1970, Ossidiana Seminar Italian Sociology 1945-2010. An Intellectual and Institutional Profile, University of Calabria, Rende, invited paper.

15 Januar 2018, Trauma culturale: fra memoria e storia, Ossidiana Seminar Fra Voltaire e Jihad. Gli attentati di Parigi come dramma sociale e trauma culturale, University of Calabria, Rende, invited paper.

21 November 2017, American Sociology and Holocaust Studies: The Alleged Silence and the Creation of the Sociological Delay, Book Launch American Sociology and Holocaust Studies: The Alleged Silence and the Creation of the Sociological Delay, University of Calabria, Rende.

25-27 Juty 2017, Interpreting Archives”: Investigating some Past Events of Jews in Everett C. Hughes’ Papers, Conference Interpreting Archives: British Association of Holocaust Studies Fourth Annual Conference, University of Sheffield, Sheffield.

6-8 June 2017, After The Dariah Winter School in Prague: the Online Access of Everett C. Hughes’ Works, EHRI Workshop Online Access of Holocaust Documents: Ethical and Practical Challenges, “Elie Wiesel” National Institute for the Study of the Holocaust, Bucarest.

24-28 October 2016, Open Access Meets Productivity: “Scholarship, See Effect of Being an Efficient Source”, DARIAH’s Humanities at Scale Winter School Open Data Citation for Social Sciences and Humanities, Charles University, Prague.

19 May 2016, Co-organizer of conference Autorità contese. Ebraismo e Islam tra legittimità e scetticismo, University of Calabria, Rende.

18 February 2015, Il KL-VL di Auschwitz visto con gli occhi di una scienziata sociale: la deportazione politica di Anna Pawełczyńska, Seminar Donne nei Lager. Esperienze della deportazione, University of Calabria, Rende, invited paper.

23-25 April 2013, Paul Neurath: da prigioniero politico a scienziato sociale, Seminar Ferramonti 1943-2013. Storia, contesti, didattica, prospettive, Università della Calabria, Rende, invited paper.

22 April 2013, Sociologia e racconti, Book Launch, Il sociologo e i racconti, Libreria Ubik, Cosenza, invited.

25 January 2013, La distruzione degli ebrei e la sociologia dal 1933 a oggi, Seminar Ossidiana e le Scienze Sociali, University of Calabria, Rende, invited paper

12 December 2012, L’area grigia: contesto storico, seminario Alleanze nell’ombra. Mafie ed economie locali in Sicilia e nel Mezzogiorno, University of Calabria, Rende, invited paper.

19-20 October 2012, L’olocausto nella letteratura e nell’arte contemporanea: Dialogo con Nava Semel, Corso di Storia e Didattica della Shoah, Museo della Memoria Ferramonti di Tarsia, Ferramonti di Tarsia, invited paper.

27-28 January 2012, “Pulire il paese da ogni grumo insolubile”: razzismo e antisemitismo nell’America della Grande Crisi, conferenza I semi del razzismo, Auschwitz, 27 gennaio 1945: temi, riflessioni, contesti, University of Calabria, Rende.

26-28 May 2011, Sociologia e Shoah. Una ricognizione storica, Seminario nazionale dottorandi SISSCO, Storie in corso VI Attorno alla guerra Civile europea, University of Catania, Catania.          

10 May 2011, La non modernità della Shoah, Conference Le sfide della Didattica della Shoah, University of Roma Tre, Roma, invited paper.

 

 

 

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Carol Rittner, Prof

Books:

The Courage to Care: Rescuers of Jews During the Holocaust (New York: New York University Press, 1986; Reprinted in Japanese: Simul Press, Japan, 1997, and Kawade Shobo Shinsha Press, Japan, 2019);

Elie Wiesel: Between Memory and Hope (New York University Press, 1990; Japanese edition, Simul Press, Tokyo,1990;);

Memory Offended: The Auschwitz Convent Controversy (co-edited with John K. Roth] Westport, CT: Praeger, 1991);

Different Voices: Women and the Holocaust (co-edited with Dr. Roth; NY: Paragon, 1993);

From the Unthinkable to the Unavoidable (co-edited with John K. Roth; Westport, CT: Greenwood Publications, 1997);

Anne Frank in the World: Essays and Reflections (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe Publications, 1998);  

Beyond Hate: Living With Our Deepest Differences and An International Journey of Coexistence (both published by YES! Publications, 1999);

The Holocaust and the Christian World (London: Kuperad Publishing Ltd., 2000, and New York: Continuum, 2001), co-edited with Stephen Smith and Irena Steinfeldt;

What's the "Good News" After Auschwitz?, co-edited with John K. Roth (Mercer University Press, 2001),

Pius XII and the Holocaust (University of Leicester Press/Continuum Publishers, London and New York, 2002),

Will Genocide Ever End? (Minneapolis, MN: Paragon House, 2002), co-edited with John K. Roth and James Smith; and

Genocide in Rwanda: Complicity of the Churches? (Minneapolis, MN: Paragon House, 2004).

 

Member of the project team and the editorial committee for the book,

Beyond the ‘Never Agains’ published by the Swedish government (2005). In May 2009, Dr. Rittner and Dr. Stephen Smith co-edited

No Going Back: Letters to Pope Benedict XVI on the Holocaust, Christian-Jewish Relations and the State of Israel (Laxton, UK: Quill Press, 2009);

Learn Teach Prevent: Holocaust Education in the 21st Century (Greensburg, PA: Seton Hill University Press, 2010);

Are Women Human? Violence Against Women (NY: Mercy Global Concern, 2011);

Rape As A Weapon of War (Minneapolis/St. Paul: Paragon House, 2012);

Holocaust Education: Challenges for the Future (Greensburg, PA: Seton Hill University Press, 2014);

Teaching About Rape in War and Genocide (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015);

Teaching About the Holocaust and Genocide (Galloway, NJ: Stockton University, 2016);

The Holocaust and Nostra Aetate: Toward A Greater Understanding (Greensburg, PA: Seton Hill University Press, 2017). The 2nd edition of her co-edited book,

The Holocaust and the Christian World was published by Paulist Press in January 2019. In January 2020, her edited book,

Women, the Holocaust and Genocide was published (Greensburg, PA: Seton Hill University Press). Routledge Press published the book she co-edited with John K. Roth,

Advancing Holocaust Studies (2021)

The Memory of Goodness: Eva Fleischner and Her Contributions to Holocaust Studies (Seton Hill University Press, 2022).

 

Other Publications

Dr. Rittner's Documentary Discussion Guide, Denmark 1943:The Rescue of Denmark’s Jews, was published by Dimensions, a journal of Holocaust Studies,

in 1993. Drs. Rittner and Roth also wrote a monograph, The Impact of the Holocaust, published by the Institute for Christian Jewish Studies, Baltimore, MD (1994).

In 1998, she wrote a Teacher’s Guide to accompany a five-part video series, Teaching about the Holocaust & Genocide (Pomona, NJ: The Richard Stockton College of NJ, 1998), funded in part by a grant from the Katz Foundation.

She also authored a booklet for teachers entitled, Anne Frank: An Enduring Legacy (Derry, Northern Ireland: YES! Publications, 1999).

With Dr. Wendy Whitworth as her co-writer and co-editor, Dr. Rittner produced a six-part, full-color poster series and Teacher’s Guide, British Righteous Before and During the Holocaust (London and Newark, UK: HMD and Beth Shalom, 2006). 

 

 

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Halpert-Zamir, Lily, Prof

* Items published after promotion to senior lecturer are designated by an asterisk

Ph.D. Dissertation

Halpert-Zamir, L. (1993). Between history and fiction: The narrative work of Danilo Kiš (on the Holocaust and Yugoslavian Jewry) 372 pages. Jerusalem: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Mentored by Prof. Stéphane Mosès [Hebrew].

Scientific Publications (Refereed) Authored Scientific Books (Refereed) - Published

*Halpert-Zamir, L. & Niederland, D. (1999). Between history and fiction – The Holocaust and Yugoslavian Jewry. Tel Aviv: Mofet Institute and Yad Vashem [Hebrew].

* Halpert -Zamir, L. (2000). An odyssey of pain – history, biography and literature in the works of Danilo Kiš, translated by Anna Shomlo. Belgrade: Ateneum [Serbian].

*Halpert-Zamir, L. & Niederland, D. (2009). The Holocaust: Between history and fiction – Nazi ideology and policy in literature, cinema and music. Tel Aviv: Moreshet [Hebrew].

* Halpert Zamir, L. with the contribution of Niederland, D. (2015). Between history and fiction: The Holocaust of Hungarian Jewry. Tel Aviv: Mofet-Tama [Hebrew].

*Halpert-Zamir, L. (2020). Lili Kasticher, the woman who wrote in Auschwitz. (book, 257 p.) Givat Haviva: Moreshet [Hebrew].

 Edited Books and Special Journals Issues - Published

*Zamir, L. (2011) (Co. Eds). International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, 10(4).

*Zamir, L. & Chauhan, V. (Eds.) (2018). Eight faces of revenge. Leiden, NL: Brill.

 

Articles in Refereed Journals - Published

*Zamir, L. (2002). A stowaway on the feminist train: A feminist reading in the biography of Shoshana Basin. Bamikhlala, 14-15, 197-215 [Hebrew].

*Zamir, L. (2005). Homo Poeticus: The poetics of Danilo Kiš, translated by Anna Shomlo. In R. Livada (Ed.), The Letter (literary journal) (pp. 36-49). Belgrade: Pen [Serbian].

*Halpert-Zamir, L. & Niederland, D. (2005). Between the sickle and the swastika – an interdisciplinary course as dialogue. In R. Burstein (Ed.), Festschrift for Itai Zimran. Tel Aviv: Israel Association for Applied Linguistics. Bamikhlala, 17-16, 265-286 [Hebrew]. 

*Halpert-Zamir, L. & Motero, M. (2007). Pat the bunny or be seen with the iguana? Bamikhlala, 19, 213-229 [Hebrew].

*Zamir, L. (2007). Gender, education and immigration in the pre-State of Israel, a woman’s struggle for education. The International Journal of Diversity in Organizations Communities and Nations, 7(2), 231-238.

*Schatz-Oppenheimer, O. & Halpert-Zamir, L. (2010). Episodes from the professional life stories of women teachers: A feminist reading. Teacher Development, 14(3), 365-379.

*Zamir, L. (2010). Andragogy and the culture of mediation. International Journal of Diversity of Organizations, Communities and Nations, 10(4), 75-85.

*Halpert-Zamir, L. (2017). Life and death in verses, case study: The Auschwitz writings of Lili Kasticher. IAFOR Journal of Arts and Humanities 4(special issue), 13-24. https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/7b6d/2ec856270bd129bf7dba9780387e6ecf495a.pdf

*Zamir, L. (2018). Written in Auschwitz: Works written in Auschwitz by Sonderkommando participants, Polish political prisoners and Lili Kasticher. IAFOR Journal of Arts and Humanities, 5(2): 39-51. https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/4def/4a5bb672623d3bdcbe873bc1cd5769c7ffce.pdf  .  

*Halpert-Zamir, L. (2018). Lili Kasticher: Writing in Auschwitz as metaphysical revenge. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Cultural Studies 13(2): 26-39. doi: 10.18848/2327-008X/CGP/v13i02/29-39. 

*Halpert-Zamir, L. (2019). "God Where Art Thou?" Theme in The Literary Works of Auschwitz Survivors KA-Tsetnik, Primo Levi and Eli Wiesel. IAFOR Journal of Arts and Humanities 6(2), 50-39. doi:10.22492/ijah.6.2.04               

About the peer-reviewed journals 

The International Journal of Diversity of Organizations, Communities and Nations is a well-known, peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal, supported by rigorous processes of criterion-referenced article ranking and qualitative commentary, ensuring that all intellectual works published are of the utmost substance.

The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Cultural Studies is a prestigious interdisciplinary journal of humanities, arts and cultural studies. All articles published are reviewed thoroughly by contributors. (peer reviewed) 

 The IAFOR Journal of Arts and Humanities is a distinguished, peer-reviewed publication featuring international and interdisciplinary academic manuscripts of verifiable editorial quality and intellectual value.

Special Journal Issues; Non-Refereed Journals

*Zamir, L. (2004). Among the cracks of transparency and shock: Feminism and education. Gadish, 9, 88-103 [Hebrew].

*Zamir, L. (2016). Andragogy and the art of mediation. Gadish, 16, 242-254 [Hebrew].

Articles in Scientific Books (Refereed)– Published

*Halpert-Zamir, L. (2010). Onward and upward—women’s immigration to Palestine: Reading the biography of Shoshana Bassin. In E. Gilad (Ed.), Gender dialogue in education: Between theory and practice (pp. 263-299). Jerusalem: Achva College of Education and the Ministry of Education [Hebrew].

*Halpert-Zamir, L. (2013). Holocaust literature – Between testimony and documentation. In J. H. Campos II & C. Ghita (Eds.), At the nexus of fear, horror and terror: Contemporary readings (pp. 35-47). Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press. 

*Halpert-Zamir, L. (2014). Cries from hell. In B. Kattelman & M. Hodalska (Eds.), Frightening challenges to witnessing: The rhetoric and (re)presentation of fear, horror and terror (pp. 99-115). Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press.

*Halpert-Zamir, L. (2015). Morality in hell, a case study: Hungarian women in Auschwitz. In L. Colmenero & F Mujdricza (Eds.), Facing our darkness (pp. 105-115). Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press.

*Halpert-Zamir, L. (2016). Metaphysical revenge. In V. Chauhan & R. Souza Tavares (Eds.), Holocaust literature as a case study (pp. 13-24). Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press. 

*Halpert-Zamir, L. (2016). Gender, horror and terror, a case study: Women as mass murderers. In D. Caivano (Ed.), Excavating the multidimensional phenomenon of fear (pp. 63-74). Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press. 

*Halpert-Zamir, L. (2018). Holocaust literature as metaphysical revenge. In L. Zamir & V. Chauhan (Eds.), Eight faces of revenge (pp. 8-25). NL, Leiden: Brill.

Articles in Scientific Books (Refereed) Accepted for publication

*Zamir, L. (2018). Death and the maiden. In P. Querido & M. Rodrigez (Eds.), Insecurities. NL, Leiden: Brill. Manuscript accepted for publication

Articles in Conference Proceedings - Published

*Halpert-Zamir, L. (2007). The Song of Songs in Auschwitz: The Song of Songs as an apocalyptic text. In Z. Levi & Z. Antonic (Eds.), Yasenovac - The 11th international conference on the Holocaust and the 3rd international conference on Yasenovac – The anatomy of neglected concentration camps (pp. 170-189). Banja Luka: Association Jasenovac-Donja Gradina.

Paper under Review 

Zamir, L. (2021). An egalitarian reading of the stories of the expulsion of Ishmael and the binding of Isaac as a model of interfaith brotherhood. Journal of Theological Studies.       

Other Publications

Zamir, L. (1986). Chance yesterdays (poetry). Tel Aviv: Alef [Hebrew].

Zamir, L. (1987). Yellow (poetry). Tel Aviv: Eked [Hebrew].

Zamir, L. (1987). Always me. Psifas, 1, 24-25.

Zamir, L. (1988). A trigonometry lesson.  Psifas, 3, 22-23.

Zamir, L. (1994). Five poems. In G. Nogdonovich (Ed.). Women’s poetry anthology, translated by Anna Shomlo. Sarajevo: Bosanska Knijga [Serbian].

*Zamir, L. (2002). Contemporary Israeli poetry, translated by Anna Shomlo. In Livada, (pp. 196-215) [Serbian].

*Zamir, L., & Cohen Mor, N. (2017). The Uniqueness of Female Fate in the Holocaust. Retrieved 2 June 2019 from http://politicallycorret.co.il/holocaust-female-fate/ [Hebrew].

Booklets and Textbooks 

Zamir, L., & Tessler, S. (1990). Basic English grammar (3 booklets). Jerusalem: David Yellin College Press [Hebrew and English].

Zamir, L. (1999). A painless way to basic English grammar. Jerusalem: David Yellin College Press [Hebrew and English

 

 

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VERA MEVORAH, PhD

Published papers

(2014) – with Dragana Stojanović, „Portraits and Memories of the Jewish Community in Serbia before the Holocaust: Facing the inscription of Holocaust in the postmemory media representation contexts“ in Nevena Daković (ed.), Representation of the Holocaust in the Balkans in Arts and Media, Belgrade: Diskurs, Faculty of Dramatic Arts, Belgrade, pp. 54–68.

 (2015) „Paolo Virno: Art between work, politics and thought“, in Dedić Nikola, Pantić Rade i Nikolić Sanela (eds.), Marxist esthetics, philosophy and theory after 1950, Beograd: Orion Art i Fakultet za medije i komunikacije, pp. 600615 [Serbian language].

 (2015) „Widewalls.ch – Serbia between contemporary art, capitalism and globalization”, Antropologija: Časopis Instituta za etnologiju i antropologiju Filozofskog fakulteta u Beogradu, No 15, Vol. 2, pp. 2346. [Serbian language].

 (2016) „Seriousness of Play: Video game Art in Serbia“, Media Archeology: Memory, Media and Culture in the Digital Age, Daković, N., Nikolić, M., Rogač Mijatović, Lj. (eds.), Belgrade; Faculty of Dramatic Arts, pp. 184193.

 (2016) „The Internet and Transitions of Institutionality in Art Music: Case Study of the International Music Competition, an online music competition by the ‘Music Teachers Association of Serbia’” in Musicological Studies: Monograph, Music: Transitions/Continuities, Veselinović-Hofman, Mirjana et al. (eds.), Belgrade: Department of Musicology, Faculty of Music, University of Arts in Belgrade, pp. 238247.

 (2016) – with Dragana Stojanović, „Communicating the Holocaust in information age: new narrations, new educations“, Jewish Cultural Heritage: Projects, Methods, Inspirations, 8 – 10 June 2016, Warsaw, POLIN Museum of History of Polish Jews, p. 22.

 (2016) „Turbo-folk – Balkanism, orientalism and otherness“, Kultura 151, pp. 261–278. [Serbian language].

 (2016) „Internet art in institutional framework: The future and challenges of digital art in Serbia“, Beograd: Zbornik radova Fakulteta dramskih umetnosti 29, pp. 217233. [Serbian language].

 (2017) „Internet Art and the Dispersed Public Body: Question of ‛User’ as Audience“ in Cvejić Žarko, Filipović Andrija i Petrov Ana (eds.), Beyond the Crisis in the Humanities: Transdisciplinary Trasformations of Contemporary Discourses on Art and Culture, Belgrade: Faculty of Media and Communications, pp. 125–131.

 (2018) „Virtual memory: Holocaust education in the Information age“ in Nevena Daković and Vera Mevorah (eds.) Markers of Memory: Jewish Heritage and the Holocaust, Jevrejski istorijski muzej u Beogradu, pp. 195212. [Serbian language].

 (2019) – with Nina Mihaljinac, “Broken promises of Internet and Democracy: Internet art in Serbia, 1996-2014” Media Culture & Society 41:6, pp. 889900.

 (2021) „Communicating the Holocaust“, The IPSI Transactions on Internet Research 17: 2, Special Issue „Digital Turn – Memory Studies“, pp. 816.

 (2022) „Two Faces of Mystification: Representation of the Holocaust in Arnold Schoenberg’s A Survivor from Warsaw and Steve Reich s Different Trains“, Muzikologija 32, pp. 183–198. [Serbian language].

 (2022) „How to narrate the Holocaust (on film)? From history to communication“, Zbornik radova Fakulteta dramskih umetnosti 41, pp. 4358. [Serbian language].

 (2022) “Ex/Post-Yugoslav Digital (Meme) Culture: In Search for Subversive Affirmation Strategies”, Maska 209210 “Yugofuturism and subversive Mimicry”, pp. 6880.

 (2022) “Jacques Derrida and the question what is theory?”, Theoria, Beograd 65:4, pp. 137146.

 Books and collections

 (2014) – with Sonja Viličić, Dragana Stojanović and Đenka Mihajlović, Portraits and memories of the Jewish Community of Serbia before the Holocaust: Handbook for Teachers, Belgrade: Savez jevrejskih opština Srbije. [Serbian language].

 (2018) – with Daković, Nevena (eds.), Markers of Memory: Jewish Heritage and the Holocaust, Belgrade: Jevrejski istorijski muzej Saveza jevrejskih opština Srbije. [Serbian language].

 (2019) – with Miško Stanišić (eds.), Librarians and Archvists and the New International Resoruces for Teaching and Learning about the Holocaust, Belgrade: Terraforming Network.

 (2023, forthcoming) – with Predrag Krstić and Marija Velinov (eds.) The Holocaust Industry: The (American) Debate on the Instrumentalization of the Shoa, Beograd: Akademska knjiga, Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju. [Serbian language].

 (2023, forthcoming) – with Željko Šarić and Predrag Krstić (eds.) Holocaust and Theology, Belgrade: Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, Faculty of Philosophy University of Banja Luka. [Serbian language].

Book reviews

 (2013) Book review Brian Massumi, Semblance and Event: Activist Philosophy and the Occurrent Arts, MIT Press, 2011, AM: Journal of Art and Media Studies 3, pp. 126–29. [Serbian language].

 (2018) Book review, Vjerana Pavlakovic (ed.) ESCALATING INTO HOLOCAUST: From execution squads to the gas van of the concentration camp at Sajmište: Two defining phases of the Holocaust in Serbia, Istorijski arhiv Beograda, 2018, Beograd: Zbornik radova fakulteta dramskih umetnosti. [Serbian language].

 (2020) Book review, Mark Lošonc and Predrag Krstić (eds.), Holocaust and Philosophy, Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, 2018, Filozofija i društvo 3, pp. 317319. [Serbian language].

 (2021) Book review Nada Banjanin Đuričić, What you do is important: learning about the Holocaust according to the recommendations of Yad Vashem, Beograd: Grupa 484, 2019, Nastava i vaspitanje 70: 1, pp. 127–29. [Serbian language].

Peer reviewing

Zbornik Fakulteta dramskih umetnosti, Faculty of Dramatic Arts, University of Arts in Belgrade

Journal of Literature, Culture and Literary Translation, University of Zadar

Politeia, Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Banja Luka

Philosophy & Society, Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory University of Belgrade

 

 

 

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