LESSONS LEARNED FROM GENTLE HEROISM: WOMEN’S HOLOCAUST NARRATIVES
Violence And Sexuality As A Theme In Memoirs By Women Survivors
Childbirth And Sadistic Irony |
The Role Of Friendship Among Women In The Camps
The Impact Of Hunger On Male And Female Prisoners
The Practical And Political Effects Of Solidarity |
Rethinking Traditional Responses
Myrna Goldenberg is professor of English at Montgomery College, Maryland
and adjunct professor at the Johns Hopkins University School of Continuing
Studies and at the university of Maryland, Baltimore County, Judaic Studies
and Honors College. She serves as director of the Ford Foundation Curriculum
Mainstreaming and Teaching Initiative. Her research interests focus on
Jewish Women, particularly during the Holocaust. Dr. Goldenberg is currently
preparing a biography of Annie Nathan Meyer.
This article was originally published in
of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
November 1996, Volume 548, copyright © 1996
The Holocaust: Remembering for the Future
Re-printed here with the permission of the Author and Sage Publications,
© Copyright Judy Cohen, 2001.
All rights reserved.