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The Ethics of Witnessing by Rachel Brenner

Northwestern University Press and its Series "Cultural Expressions of World War II" announces the publication of The Ethics of Witnessing by Rachel Brenner.

The Ethics of Witnessing investigates the reactions of five
important Polish diarists-writers—Jarosław Iwaszkiewicz,
Maria Dąbrowska, Aurelia Wyleżyńska, Zofia Nałkowska,
and Stanisław Rembek—during the period when the Nazis
persecuted and murdered Warsaw’s Jewish population.
The responses to the Holocaust of these prominent prewar

Call for Chapters - Women and Genocide: An Anthology (Working Title)

The editors of Women and Genocide: An Anthology (working title) to be published by Canadian Scholars' Press Inc. in 2015, invite chapter submissions of original research from interdisciplinary scholars on narratives, memoirs, and testimonies of women survivors of the following genocides: North American indigenous, Armenian, Holocaust/Jewish,  Bangladesh,  Guatemala, Rwanda, Bosnia, and Sudan.  This edited book examines the unique experiences of women in comparative genocidal contexts.