Tagged: De Gruyter

Pathos and Anti-Pathos by Tom Vanassche

Pathos and Anti-Pathos by Tom Vanassche

Ruptured Affections in the Writing of the Shoah Media and Cultural Memory Scholarship often presumes that texts written about the Shoah, either by those directly involved in it or those writing its history, must...

Roman Rule and Jewish Life by Hannah M. Cotton

Roman Rule and Jewish Life by Hannah M. Cotton

Collected Papers Hannah M Cotton’s collected papers focus on questions which have fascinated her for over four decades: the concrete relationships between law, language, administration and everyday life in Judaea and Nabataea in particular,...

Etched in Flesh and Soul by Batya Brutin

Etched in Flesh and Soul by Batya Brutin

The Auschwitz Number in Art A generation – of Jews and non-Jews alike – scarred for life: a number indelibly etched into flesh and soul in the Auschwitz concentration camp complex, a constant reminder...