By Nicholas Ostrum
This course examines themes of resistance and rescue, escape and survival, and perseverance and dignity in the face of the very worst that fascism, industrial modernity, and humanity had to offer.
Interviewed by Nicholas Ostrum
Holocaust Cinema Complete: A History and Analysis of 400 Films, with a Teaching Guide by Rich Brownstein
Reviewed by Gerd Bayer
Brownstein uses a “4+1” method to classify Holocaust films, differentiating between when a film takes place (during or after the Holocaust) and who the protagonist is (Jewish or Gentile).
By Barry Trachtenberg
The January 10, 2022 decision by the McMinn County Board of Education in Tennessee to prohibit the teaching of Art Spiegelman’s graphic memoir Maus from its eighth grade (typically, thirteen-year-old students) curriculum set off a firestorm of media attention.