Moreshet – The Journal for the Study Journal of the Holocaust and Antisemitism

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Moreshet - The Journal for the Study Journal of the Holocaust and Antisemitism

MORESHET, The Journal for the Study of the Holocaust and Antisemitism is published 
annually through the cooperative efforts of The Mordechai Anielevich Memorial, Holocaust 
Study and Research Center, in conjunction with the Stephen Roth Institute for the Study 
of Antisemitism and Racism at Tel Aviv University. This edition of MORESHET, Winter 
2010, includes the following scholarly articles on the Holocaust and Holocaust memory; The 
Church and the Holocaust, as well as reviews of Books and Journals. 
 
FEATURED ARTICLES • MORESHET WINTER 2010 
 
Nicole Fox, “Their history is part of me”: Third Generation American Jews and 
Intergenerational Transmission of Memory, Trauma and History 
 
Tal Litvak-Hirsch and Alon Lazar, Between Past and Future: Memory of the Holocaust 
as a Collective Cultural Trauma and its Commemoration by the Third Generation In Israel 
 
Heini Bornstein, Looking Back to the Past –Dialogues in Germany, 2008 
 
Robert Rockaway, Trapped in Vichy France: A Viennese Jew in Vichy France, 1940-1942 
 
Pierbattista Pizzebella The Churches and the Shoah 
 
Dina Porat, Tears, Protocols and Actions in a Wartime Triangle: Pius XII, Roncalli and 
Barlas 
 
Alberto Melloni, Jewish Children in France: Observations on a Test Case for History from 
the Eye of a Media Storm 
 
Emunah Nachmany Gafny, The Attitude of the Church to Jewish Children Living in 
Christian Homes during and after World War II 
 
Gilad Margalit, The Guilt Debate in the German Protestant Church after 1945 
 
Dina Porat, Similarities and Differences in the Perceptions of Holocaust Scholars Israel 
Gutman and Yehuda Bauer; based on Yehuda Bauer’s, Rethinking the Holocaust (Jerusalem: 
Yad Vashem and the Ben-Gurion Institute, 2008), 300 pp. [Hebrew] and Israel Gutman, 
Issues in Holocaust Studies: Research and Reassessment (Jerusalem: Yad Vashem and the Zalman Shazar Center, 2008), 350 pp. [Hebrew] 
 
Nachum Bogner, Cipora Hurwitz, Forbidden Strawberries, translated from the Hebrew by 
Geremy Forman, (New York: MultiEducator, 2010), 244 pp. 
 
Avraham Barkai, The New Antisemitism & Islamic Fundamentalism. Based on Walter 
Laqueur, The Changing Face of Anti-Semitism from Ancient Times to the Present Day (New York: Oxford University Press 2006), 228 pp.; and Idem, Best of Times, Worst of Times: Memoirs of a Political Education (Waltham Mass.:Brandeis University Press, 2009), 238 pp.

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