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0.25 Ora Gelley, A Response to Dominick LaCapra's "Lanzmann's Shoah", Critical Inquiry, 1998.
0.25 Antonius C. G. M. Robben, How Traumatized Societies Remember: The Aftermath of Argentina's Dirty War, Cultural Critique, 2005.
0.25 Marita Sturken, The Remembering of Forgetting: Recovered Memory and the Question of Experience, Social Text, 1998.
0.24 Naomi Mandel, Rethinking "After Auschwitz": Against a Rhetoric of the Unspeakable in Holocaust Writing, boundary 2, 2001.
0.24 Dominick La Capra, Lanzmann's "Shoah": "Here There Is No Why", Critical Inquiry, 1997.
0.23 Dominick La Capra, Equivocations of Autonomous Art, Critical Inquiry, 1998.
0.22 James E. Young, The Holocaust as Vicarious Past: Art Spiegelman's "Maus" and the Afterimages of History, Critical Inquiry, 1998.
0.21 Marianna Torgovnick, I : A Response to Shoshana Felman, Critical Inquiry, 2002.
0.21 Alice Y. Kaplan, On Alain Finkielkraut's "Remembering in Vain": The Klaus Barbie Trial and Crimes against Humanity, Critical Inquiry, 1992.
0.21 Susan Rubin Suleiman, History Memory and Moral Judgment in Documentary Film: On Marcel Ophuls's "Hotel Terminus: The Life and Times of Klaus Barbie", Critical Inquiry, 2002.
0.21 Michael Rothberg, Between Auschwitz and Algeria: Multidirectional Memory and the Counterpublic Witness, Critical Inquiry, 2006.
0.21 Sander L. Gilman, Is Life Beautiful? Can the Shoah Be Funny? Some Thoughts on Recent and Older Films, Critical Inquiry, 2000.
0.21 Eric Berlatsky, Memory as Forgetting: The Problem of the Postmodern in Kundera's "The Book of Laughter and Forgetting" and Spiegelman's "Maus", Cultural Critique, 2003.
0.20 James E. Young, Interpreting Literary Testimony: A Preface to Rereading Holocaust Diaries and Memoirs, New Literary History, 1987.
0.19 Susan Rubin Suleiman, War Memories: On Autobiographical Reading, New Literary History, 1993.
0.19 Jeremy D. Popkin, Ka-Tzetnik 135633: The Survivor as Pseudonym, New Literary History, 2002.
0.19 Nicholas Chare, The Gap in Context: Giorgio Agamben's "Remnants of Auschwitz", Cultural Critique, 2006.
0.17 Michael André Bernstein, Victims-in-Waiting: Backshadowing and the Representation of European Jewry, New Literary History, 1998.
0.16 Nicole M. Guidotti-Hernández, Embodied Forms of State Domination: Gender and the Camp Grant Massacre, Social Text, 2010.
0.16 Raul Hilberg, The Goldhagen Phenomenon, Critical Inquiry, 1997.
0.16 Carlo Celli Marcello Pezzetti, Interview with Marcello Pezzetti, Critical Inquiry, 2000.
0.15 Fritz Breithaupt, The Invention of Trauma in German Romanticism, Critical Inquiry, 2005.
0.15 James E. Young, The Counter-Monument: Memory against Itself in Germany Today, Critical Inquiry, 1992.
0.15 Vladimir Jankélévitch Ann Hobart, Should We Pardon Them?, Critical Inquiry, 1996.
0.15 Karyn Ball, Disciplining Traumatic History: Goldhagen's Impropriety, Cultural Critique, 2000.
0.14 Bruno Chaouat, In the Image of Auschwitz, Diacritics, 2006.
0.14 Roberta Culbertson, Embodied Memory Transcendence and Telling: Recounting Trauma Re-Establishing the Self, New Literary History, 1995.
0.14 Shoshana Felman, II : A Response to Marianna Torgovnick, Critical Inquiry, 2002.
0.14 Mark Sanders, Remembering Apartheid, Diacritics, 2002.
0.14 Eleanor Kaufman, Falling from the Sky: Trauma in Perec's "W" and Caruth's "Unclaimed Experience", Diacritics, 1998.
0.13 Dominick La Capra, Trauma Absence Loss, Critical Inquiry, 1999.
0.13 Stephen Knadler, Traumatized Racial Performativity: Passing in Nineteenth-Century African-American Testimonies, Cultural Critique, 2003.
0.13 Ruth Leys, Traumatic Cures: Shell Shock Janet and the Question of Memory, Critical Inquiry, 1994.
0.13 Miriam Bratu Hansen, "Schindler's List" Is Not "Shoah": The Second Commandment Popular Modernism and Public Memory, Critical Inquiry, 1996.
0.12 Karyn Ball, Introduction: Trauma and Its Institutional Destinies, Cultural Critique, 2000.
0.12 Timothy Murray, Wounds of Repetition in the Age of the Digital: Chris Marker's Cinematic Ghosts, Cultural Critique, 2000.
0.12 Cathy Caruth, The Claims of the Dead: History Haunted Property and the Law, Critical Inquiry, 2002.
0.12 Max Hernandez, Winnicott's "Fear of Breakdown": On and beyond Trauma, Diacritics, 1998.
0.12 Shameem Black, Truth Commission Thrillers, Social Text, 2011.
0.11 Paul K. Saint-Amour, Bombing and the Symptom: Traumatic Earliness and the Nuclear Uncanny, Diacritics, 2000.
0.11 Susan Gubar, The Long and the Short of Holocaust Verse, New Literary History, 2004.
0.10 Shoshana Felman, Paul de Man's Silence, Critical Inquiry, 1989.
0.10 Jean-François Lyotard Georges Van Den Abbeele, The Différend the Referent and the Proper Name, Diacritics, 1984.
0.10 Janice Haaken, Sexual Abuse Recovered Memory and Therapeutic Practice: A Feminist-Psychoanalytic Perspective, Social Text, 1994.
0.10 Shoshana Felman, Theaters of Justice: Arendt in Jerusalem the Eichmann Trial and the Redefinition of Legal Meaning in the Wake of the Holocaust, Critical Inquiry, 2001.
0.10 Angelika Rauch, Post-Traumatic Hermeneutics: Melancholia in the Wake of Trauma, Diacritics, 1998.