Memory Work studies how Jewish children of Holocaust survivors from the English-speaking diaspora explore the past in literary texts. By identifying areas where memory manifests - Objects, Names, Bodies, Food, Passover, 9/11 it shows how the Second Generation engage with the pre-Holocaust family and their parents' survival. Nina Fischer teaches Jewish Studies at the University of Edinburgh, UK. She has held positions and fellowships at the University of Konstanz, the Australian National University and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Her research areas include Holocaust, Memory, Cultural, and Jewish Studies.
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