Ofer Ashkenazi teaches at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and at the University of Haifa and is a research fellow at the Einstein Research Center and the Koebner-Minerva Center for German History at the Hebrew University. He is the author of A Walk into the Night: Reason, Subjectivity and “Crisis” in the Film of the Weimar Republic (forthcoming, 2008) (Hebrew) and is currently conducting research on “Albert Einstein and the Failure of the European Antiwar Movement, 1929–1939.”
Florent Brayard is a researcher at the Centre national de la recherche scientifique, currently affiliated with the Centre Marc Bloch in Berlin. He is the author and editor of several books on the Holocaust and Holocaust denial, including La “solution finale de la question juive”: La technique, le temps et les catégories de la décision (2004). He has been a research fellow at several institution such as the German Historical Institute in Paris, the Hamburger Institut für Sozialforschung and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington.
Tom Lawson is Lecturer in Modern History at the University of Winchester, U.K. He is the author of The Church of England and the Holocaust: Christianity, Memory and Nazism (2006), and the co-editor of Holocaust Studies: A Journal of Culture and History. He is currently working on a new study of Holocaust historiography and on an unrelated project on the idea of Europe after the Great War.
Thomas Trezise is Associate Professor of French at Princeton University. His publications include Into the Breach: Samuel Beckett and the Ends of Literature (1990), and the American edition and co-translation of Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe’s The Subject of Philosophy (1993). He has also edited an [End Page 153] issue of Yale French Studies entitled Encounters with Levinas (2004). He is currently working on a book about the reception of Holocaust testimony entitled Witnessing Witnessing. [End Page 154]