Omer Bartov, Erased: vanishing traces of Jewish Galicia in present-day Ukraine

@article{Seegel2010OmerBE,
  title={Omer Bartov, Erased: vanishing traces of Jewish Galicia in present-day Ukraine},
  author={Steven J. Seegel and John Paul Himka and Wendy Lower and Myroslav Shkandrij and Omer Bartov},
  journal={Nationalities Papers},
  year={2010},
  volume={38},
  pages={291 - 305}
}
Omer Bartov’s Erased, surely a work of history, is difficult to classify in terms of space and genre. It is all at once a Central European travelogue, a memory book, a historical meditation on genocide and provincial modernity, and post-genocidal memory. It is also a critical diary of an individual “guest” to Galicia, and a chronicle of this familiar stranger’s elective and accidental paths of identity. Bartov’s readers are challenged to look in the mirror. They’re teased intellectually and… Expand
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