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Featuring 170 original essays by leading experts, Remembering for the Future is the product of the historic conference held in July, 2000 in London and Oxford—the interdisciplinary, international, and interfaith forum that brought together scholars, students, teachers, artists, and, possibly for the last time, Holocaust survivors. Together, they explore the latest developments in Holocaust studies—their impact on future scholarship and their contributions to future understanding of the signal event of the 20th century. Topics covered include new looks at the ghetto and national experiences of the Holocaust, resistance and rescue, and survivor testimony and the future of remembrance.
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John K. Roth is the Russell K. Pitzer Professor of Philosophy at Claremont McKenna College.
Elisabeth Maxwell is Executive Chairman of RFTF 2000 and chaired the first Remembering for the Future conference in Oxford in 1988.
The significance of Remembering for the Future therefore lies not in this or that excellent article, but in the sheer weight of the scholarship presented and represented. Altogether thisis a collection which no serious library can afford to do without. Times Literary Supplement
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