Marking Evil – Book Review / Guy Miron, Israeli Sociology 19(2) (Hebrew)

How did the memory of the Holocaust, the genocide of the Jewish people by the Nazi regime, become a phenomenon of global proportions after the passage of half a century or more since its occurrence? What is the significance of this process and what are its implications for contemporary culture?

The articles in Marking Evil: Holocaust Memory in the Global Age attempt to illuminate various aspects of this complex historical, social, and cultural phenomenon through different disciplinary lenses.


See the article in the attached file (in Hebrew).