Post-Holocaust Religious Education for German Women
LIT Verlag Münster, 2003 - 218 halaman
Post-Holocaust Religious Education focuses on experiences of second- and third generation non-Jewish German women, highlighting their dual roles as both descendants of a perpetrator community and victims of a patriarchal system. How can they learn to face this perpetrator heritage and integrate it into their identity as women, as Germans, and as Christians? Drawing from a review of literature and empirical field studies, the book concludes by offering a relational approach to religious education; an approach towards a more constructive interaction between Jewish and Christian communities.
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acknowledge addressed anti-Judaism atrocities Auschwitz awareness Bar-On Barbara Heimannsberg Bauman Bergen-Belsen Berlin Bjorn Krondorfer Carol Gilligan caust challenge Chapter Christian church concept context dialogue dilemma dimension discussion dissertation dynamics Eckstaedt emerged emotional encounters ethical exchange program experience explored faith feel feminist feminist theology Field Study Franz Stangl German women Gilligan Gitta Sereny Holo Holocaust heritage human Ibid identified insights interpretation interreligious InterSem interviewees involved issues Jewish Jews Jon Schmidt journey Krondorfer learning Marjorie Hewitt Suchocki Mitscherlich moments of transformation moral movements national identity National Socialism Nazi Nazi past one's pain participants perpetrator heritage perspective political post-Shoah post-war private discourse psychological public discourse public space questions Ralph Giordano Reconciliation reflections regard relational space relationship remembering responsibility role shame Shoah situation specific Stangl suggest survivors teaching themes theology Third Reich Thurmer-Rohr tikkun olam tion tional tradition understanding Walb woman wrestling