None is Still Too Many: Holocaust Commemoration and Historical Anesthetization
AuthorsVincent, Alana M.
AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThis chapter highlights the tension between political engagement with Holocaust commemoration and responses to the current refugee crisis. Through an examination of historical sources, it makes the case that in spite of the rhetoric of “Never Again!” deployed in connection to the Holocaust, responses to the reality of refugees have changed very little since the 1930’s.
CitationVincent, A. M. (2017). None is Still Too Many: Holocaust Commemoration and Historical Anesthetization. In U. Schmiedel & G. Smith (Eds.), Religion in the European Refugee Crisis (pp. 187-204). London, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan
CollectionsTheology and Religious Studies
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