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Passing into history

Passing into history

Nazism and the Holocaust beyond memory : in honor of Saul Friedländer on his sixty-fifth birthday

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Published by Indiana University Press in Bloomington, IN .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Historiography

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references

    Statementedited by Gulie Ne"eman Arad
    SeriesHistory & memory : studies in representation of the past -- v. 9, no. 1/2, Fall 1997, History & memory -- v. 9, no. 1/2
    ContributionsArad, Gulie Ne"eman
    The Physical Object
    Pagination435 p. ;
    Number of Pages435
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16873327M
    ISBN 100253300215
    OCLC/WorldCa38571476

    Check out this great listen on First published in , Passing is a remarkable exploration of the shifting racial and sexual boundaries in America. Larsen, a premier writer of the Harlem Renaissance, captures the rewards and dangers faced by two negro women who pass for white in a de.   Sally Jenkins, author of The Real All Americans, a book about Carlisle's football legacy, says the idea that Notre Dame created the modern passing game "is .

      In researching the experiences of blacks who passed as whites, in her new book, A Chosen Exile: A History of Racial Passing in American Life () Stanford University professor Allyson Hobbs offered a different perspective. Fully aware that past research gave prominence to the supposed advantages of passing as white, when interviewed about her. Passing: How posing as white became a choice for many black Americans. Sunday, Octo By Monica L. Haynes, Post-Gazette Staff Writer. The young unkempt woman still in her pajamas shuffled into her 8 a.m. college psychology class and sat down next to Barbara Douglass.

    import existing book Edited by Clean Up Bot: associate 1 edition with work Janu Edited by Clean Up Bot: import existing book December .   “Nella Larsen’s Passing is an astonishing book about two women struggling not just with what it meant to be black in America in , but with gender Author: Amanda N'duka.


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I've read historical fiction set in this location and era, but don't think I've previously read a female-authored book actually written at that time. Passing is an interesting glimpse into the lives of one woman, Irene, who believes herself happy with her black life and family, and Irene's childhood friend Clare who is 'passing' as white and /5().

Gavriel Rosenfeld is a contributing author, "The Architects' Debate: Architectural Discourse and the Memory of Nazism in the Federal Republic of Germany, ", pp. Book description: "History & Memory, Volume 9", numbers 1 and 2 - more than a decade has passed since the Historians' Debate erupted in Germany.

The themes that were at the heart of that impassioned controversy. Passing Into History: Nazism and the Holocaust Beyond Memory (History & Memory, Vol. 9, Nos. 1/2, Fall ) [Arad, Gulie Ne'eman, Aschheim, Steven E, Brunner, Jose, Bartov, Omer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Passing Into History: Nazism and the Holocaust Beyond Memory (History & Memory, Vol. 9, Nos. 1/2, Fall )Format: Hardcover. Racial passing occurs when a person classified as a member of one racial group is accepted ("passes") as a member of another.

Historically, the term has been used primarily in the United States to describe a person of color or of multiracial ancestry who assimilated into the white majority to escape the legal and social conventions of racial segregation and discrimination. Hobbs began writing about passing for her doctoral dissertation, and was encouraged to turn it into a book.

The dissertation became A Chosen Exile: A History of Racial Passing in America. Restless Classics presents the ninetieth anniversary edition of an undersung gem of the Harlem Renaissance: Nella Larsen's Passing, a captivating and prescient exploration of identity, sexuality, self-invention, class, and race set amidst the pealing boisterousness of the Jazz Age.

When childhood friends Irene Redfield and Clare Kendry cross paths at a whites-only restaurant, it’s been /5(62). Gavriel Rosenfeld is a contributing author, "The Architects' Debate: Architectural Discourse and the Memory of Nazism in the Federal Republic of Germany, ", pp.

Book description: "History & Memory, Volume 9", numbers 1 and 2 - more than a decade has passed since the Historians' Debate erupted in Germany. Between the eighteenth and mid-twentieth centuries, countless African Americans passed as white, leaving behind families and friends, roots and community.

It was, as Allyson Hobbs writes, a chosen exile, a separation from one racial identity and the leap into another. This revelatory history 5/5(1).

After Rachel Doležal's race was called into question, this book was a must read for me. Although written in a scholarly fashion, "A Chosen Exile: A History of Racial Passing in America" focuses on racial passing in America from the 18th century to present/5.

Alternate Cover Edition can be found here. First published to critical acclaim inPassing firmly established Nella Larsen's prominence among women writers of the Harlem Renaissance. The Modern Library is proud to present Passing—an electrifying story of two women who cross the color line in s New York—together with a new Introduction by the Obie Award- winning pl/5.

About the Book. First published to critical acclaim inPassing firmly established Nella Larsen's prominence among women writers of the Harlem Renaissance. Irene Redfield, the novel's protagonist, is a woman with an enviable life.

She and her husband, Brian, a prominent physician, share a comfortable Harlem town house with their :   For a long time Nella Larsen was the mystery woman of the Harlem Renaissance. She published two novels, Quicksand () and Passing (), and then nothing more was heard from her.

She died in obscurity in Reprints of her slender, but unsparing novels of class and color consciousness started coming out in the : Darryl Pinckney.

The final segment of Passing only covers a short span of narrative time, and takes up less space in the text than either "Encounter" or "Re-Encounter." However, of all the sections, "Finale" seems to be the one that is most loaded with incidents.

In short order, Irene senses that Clare and Brian are having an affair, comes face-to-face with Author: Nella Larsen. A tightly constructed, psychologically incisive commentary on race relations in the early decades of the 20th century, Passing () is the single best-known work of African-American novelist Nella one level, the book is a study of a fraught social choice: the decision that an African-American woman, Clare Kendry, makes to leave black society and "pass" as : Nella Larsen.

It’s springtime in Martha’s Vineyard, and Priscilla attends the annual Lambapalooza festival going on at Derry Wilson’s farm. When a cryptic message is sheared into Derry’s prize sheep Sally, just as the animal is about to go into auction, Priscilla—aided by Gerald and her cousins—sets out to.

Her first book, A Chosen Exile: A History of Racial Passing in American Life, examines the phenomenon of racial passing in the United States. While Allyson Hobbs, professor and researcher of racial passing, documents the loss of community involved in passing in her book A Chosen Exile, Broyard documents the growth.

Contemporary Passing As illustrated above, race is a part of one’s identity that does not always neatly fit into the predefined bounds society has set for it.

Hobbs' book, then, is notable both for its sweeping historical scope – from antebellum America to the present – and for its intimate glimpses into individual lives.

Passing Strange: A Gilded Tale of Love and Deception Across the Color Line is a work of non-fiction by Martha A. Sandweiss about a man named Clarence King, who was known in nineteenth-century history as a brilliant scientist, charmer, and surveyor, but who lived a secret double life as a black Pullman porter named James Todd.

King passed across. Rebecca Hall’s directorial debut is an adaptation of Nella Larsen’s novel Passing, a theme little seen since the likes of Show Boat and PinkyAuthor: Janine Bradbury.

Baz Dreisinger:It's not like this was a massive chapter in American history, like traditional racial passing, which is a massive I think people are shocked to discover that there is.PASSING DOWN MEMORIES: THE IMPORTANCE OF ORAL HISTORY for the passing of history and legends from the old to the young.

covers the years from through and has been compiled into a.ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 25 cm. Contents: Paucis verbis / Gulie Ne'eman Arad --I. Historians and their voices: -On Saul Friedländer / Steven E. Ascheim --Between history and memory / James E.

Young --Farewell to the era of contemporaries / Norbert Frei --Revisiting the historians' debate / Dominick Lacapra --The logic of .