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Affect and the politics of testimony in Holocaust museums
In 2010, the Jewish Holocaust Centre (JHC) in Melbourne unveiled its new permanent exhibition, replacing one that had remained, mostly unchanged, for the past twenty years since a major redevelopmentExpand
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The dehumanisation of the other
This dissertation utilises film and the ethical philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas to expose the dehumanising characteristics of genocide. Through four films across four different cases of genocide, theExpand
The face of genocide
The ghosts of ravished Armenias: pastiches of genocide
Ravished Armenia – an eight-reel, eighty-five-minute, silent dramatized film based on actual events – first screened in New York City in 1919. It was primarily for the purposes of fundraising. AuroraExpand
The "insistent prophet"
On an ordinary suburban street: a brief history of Melbourne's Jewish Holocaust Centre
The Jewish Holocaust Centre (JHC) in Melbourne Australia, set well away from the sites of European atrocity, became one of the first permanent museums dedicated to the Holocaust in the JewishExpand