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173 Index acts of remembrance at sites of terror, 120–124 agency, identities of, 30–34 agnostic Jews, 70 ancestral ties and memory work, 99–104, 151–152 anchor memory, 154 anxiety and fear experienced by descendants at sites of terror, 109–116 art, production of descendant, 144–147 Art Spiegelman’s Co-mix: A Retrospective, 141–142 atrocity narratives. See trauma narratives attachment and strain across generations, 83–86 Auschwitz: anxiety and fear experienced by descendants at, 109–110, 112; death of God proclaimed after, 73; descendants ’ acts of remembrance and empathic bonding at, 120–121; descendants keeping Sabbath, 56; extended family relations with survivors of, 93; heroism in, 31; intergenerational transmission of religious beliefs and, 69; liberation of, 9, 110; narratives about arrival in, 20–21; narratives about life in, 17, 18; sexual exchange in, 34–35, 37; sexual violence against women and girls in, 22; survivor guilt and, 46 Balkans, the, 61–62 Bar-On, Dan, 41 Beim, Aaron, 107 Bergen-Belsen, 56, 112, 121 Bird, Frederick, 42 Bosnia, 156–158 Breakdowns: Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, 140, 142 Breaking the Silence, 138–140 bubbe, 75 Buddhism, 54, 76–77 carriers, Holocaust, 125–147, 152; filmmaking by, 136–140; future of, 153–156; generations and production of cultural memory, 136–144; graphic artists as, 140–144; groups and educational settings , 131–136; Holocaust ceremonies and descendant testimonies and, 127– 131; Holocaust Remembrance Day and, 126–127; production of descendant art and trauma-carrying by, 144–147; universalism versus particularism and, 153–156 Catholicism, 26 ceremonies, Holocaust, 127–131 Chanukkah, 59 Children of Holocaust Survivors, 3, 6, 93, 138 Chodorow, Nancy, 51 cosmopolitanism, 153 cultural memory, production of, 136–144 culture-bearing by descendants, 59–63, 87 Day of Atonement. See Yom Kippur death, attachment and connection of descendant with survivors, 95–99 demasculinized God, 79–82 174 | Index descendants, Holocaust, 1–2; acts of mourning at sites of terror, 116–119; acts of remembrance at sites of terror, 120–124; ancestral ties, Holocaust outsider , and search for “home” among, 99–104, 151–152; anxiety and fear experienced at sites of terror, 109–116; attachment and connection with survivors beyond death, 95–99; attachment and strain across generations, 83–86; carrier groups and educational settings, 131–136; culture-bearing by, 59–63; as Holocaust carriers, 125–147; interviews of, 5–6; in kibbutz communities , 26–27; location of, 4; marriages and relationships of, 3–4, 88–91, 150–151; mikveh rites for, 58; religious repression and ritual connectivity among, 60–63; religious upbringing of, 4–5; as research participants, 2–7; same-sex relationships among, 89; social relationships with extended family members, 92–94, 150–151; tattooing grandparents’ numbers on themselves, 91–92; testimonies at Holocaust ceremonies , 127–131; victimized identities among, 24–29. See also carriers, Holocaust; sites of terror/memorials and monuments dialectic of trauma, 42 dreams and fantasies with inherited memories, 24 Durkheim, Emile, 41–42 Eastern religious ideologies, 72 educational settings, carrier groups and, 131–136 Eichmann, Adolf, 18, 20 emotion: exchange, ritual as site of, 50–53; ritual and posttraumatic, 41–49 empathic bonding and acts of remembrance at sites of terror, 120–124 Ewick, Patricia, 14 extended family, relations with, 92–94, 150–151 Eyerman, Ron, 149 Falk, Marcia, 73 “Father’s Guiding Hand, A,” 143 feminism: demasculinization of God and, 81; self-in-relation theory and, 50–53 feminized construction of the divine, 74–75 filmmaking among carrier generations, 136–140 Fogelman, Eva, 138 Friedlander, Albert, 127–128 Geertz, Clifford, 41–42 generation of memory, 127 genocides, recent, 156–158 Gerson, Judith, 102 Giesen, Bernhard, 153 Gilbert, Martin, 29 God: death of, proclaimed after Auschwitz , 73; demasculinized, 79–82; fear of, 66–68; imagery among postwar Jews, 80–81; redefining masculinized figure of, 68–72; survivors’ anger toward, 44–45, 66–67 Gottschalk, Simon, 120 graphic artists are memoirists and trauma carriers, 140–144 Gubar, Susan, 78–79 guilt, survivor, 46 Hajkova, Anna, 36 Hass, Aaron, 42–44 Herman, Judith, 42 heroism, 29–34, 149; identities of agency and, 30–34; selfhood and, 31–32; of survivors, 33–34 Hirsch, Marianne, 23, 104, 123, 141 Hoffman, Eva, 95 Index | 175 Holocaust, study of, 1–2, 10–12; changing character of genocidal legacies and, 156–158; traumatic inheritance in, 7–10, 13–14, 41 Holocaust Remembrance Day, 126–127. See also carriers, Holocaust Holocaust Testimonies: The Ruins of Memory, 29 identity/identities: of agency, 30–34; descendants forging separate...


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  • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Psychological aspects.
  • Holocaust survivors -- Psychology.
  • Children of Holocaust survivors -- Mental health.
  • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Social aspects.
  • Intergenerational communication -- Case studies.
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