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Refugees in an Age of Genocide: Global, National and Local Perspectives during the Twentieth Century
Introduction - refugees, place and memory. Part 1 The closing of asylum 1900-1932: refugees in the age of mass immigration - from the late 19th century to World War I refugees and World War IExpand
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Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes
Part One of "Angels in America", subtitled "Millennium Approaches", erupted on to the stage of the National Theatre in January 1992. Part Two, "Perestroika", followed in November 1993. Since thenExpand
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Holocaust Testimony, Ethics, and the Problem of Representation
It has taken many decades after 1945 for the testimony of Holocaust victims to be taken seriously. This article charts the shift from the marginalization of survivors and the lack of interest inExpand
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Racialisation and "White European" immigration to Britain
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Remembering Refugees: Then and Now
Refugee crises are one of the gravest problems facing the modern world. This book explores the paradox of why countries such as Britain pride themselves on their past treatment of refugees yet areExpand
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The holocaust: Critical historical approaches
Despite the massive literature on the Holocaust, our understanding of it has traditionally been influenced by rather unsophisticated early perspectives and silences. This book summarises andExpand
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Selling racism: history, heritage, gender and the (re)production of prejudice.
  • T. Kushner
  • Medicine, Sociology
  • Patterns of prejudice
  • 1999
How do we confront the legacy of historical racism? Kushner explores the heritage industry as represented by museums, art galleries and commercial outlets, as well as the discipline of humanitiesExpand
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Lincoln: The Screenplay
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Having a life versus being alive.
  • T. Kushner
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of medical ethics
  • 1 March 1984
In an attempt to provide some clarification in the abortion issue it has recently been proposed that since 'brain death' is used to define the end of life, 'brain life' would be a logical demarcationExpand
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