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History, Trauma and Shame: Engaging the Past through Second Generation Dialogue

History, Trauma and Shame: Engaging the Past through Second Generation Dialogue

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Publisher Taylor & Francis Ltd
Year 21/10/2020
Pages 210
Version hardback
Readership level College/higher education
ISBN 9781138307834
Categories Peace studies & conflict resolution, European history, Social & cultural history, The Holocaust, Social, group or collective psychology
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History, Trauma and Shame provides an in-depth examination of the sustained dialogue about the past between children of Holocaust survivors and descendants of families whose parents were either directly or indirectly involved in Nazi crimes. Taking an autobiographical narrative perspective, the chapters in the book explore the intersection of history, trauma and shame, and how change and transformation unfolds over time. The analyses of the encounters described in the book provides a close examination of the process of dialogue among members of The Study Group on Intergenerational Consequences of the Holocaust (PAKH), exploring how Holocaust trauma lives in the 'everyday' lives of descendants of survivors. It goes to the heart of the issues at the forefront of contemporary transnational debates about building relationships of trust and reconciliation in societies with a history of genocide and mass political violence. This book will be great interest for academics, researchers and postgraduate students engaged in the study of social psychology, Holocaust or genocide studies, cultural studies, reconciliation studies, historical trauma and peacebuilding. It will also appeal to clinical psychologists, psychiatrists and psychoanalysts, as well as upper-level undergraduate students interested in the above areas.

History, Trauma and Shame: Engaging the Past through Second Generation Dialogue

Table of contents

List of contributors



Series Editor's Preface
JAAN VALSINER



Acknowledgements



Foreword
VAMIK VOLKAN



Introduction: Facing the internal worlds of ghostly inheritance
PUMLA GOBODO-MADIKIZELA



1. Empathic repair in the aftermath of mass violence and trauma: is it possible to repair the past?
PUMLA GOBODO-MADIKIZELA



2. The power of fear and shame: from hiding place to public space
BEATA HAMMERICH



3. Beyond inherited guilt: reclaiming the self
ERDA SIEBERT



4. Moving from broken human bonds to compassionate dialogue: transgenerational restoration of interpersonal solidarity Ruined by the Holocaust
PETER POGANY-WNENDT



5. From broken identities to repair: a German-Jewish dialogue
JOHANNES PFAFFLIN


6. Group phenomena in working through the past
ELKE HORN



Epilogue: Daring to empathise
BJORN KRONDORFER



Appendix A

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