History and Disaster: Witness, Trauma, and the Problem of Writing the Holocaust.
Between Witness and Testimony: The Holocaust and the Limits of Representation.
Welcome Back to Berlin: Lessons in Staging the Holocaust from Cabaret, 1966 and 1998.
The Holocaust and West Germany: Strategies of Oblivion 1947-1979.
Representation and Event: Anselm Kiefer, Joseph Beuys, and the Memory of the Holocaust.
Representations of Budapest in 1944-1945 in Holocaust Literature.
Bringing Together Science and Poetry: Translating the Bystander in German Poetry after the Holocaust.
Knowing and Not Knowing: Style, Intention and the Translation of a Holocaust Poem.
Generating Genre: Towards a Way of Addressing the Holocaust and Hiroshima.
Positionality and Postmemory in Scholarship on the Holocaust.
Sparing the Child: Grief and the Unspeakable in Youth Literature about Nazism and the Holocaust.
Narrative Voice in Young Readers' Fictions about Nazism, the Holocaust, and Nuclear War.