TOC - Canadian Jewish Studies / Etudes Juives Canadiennes, Vol. 32: Special Issue: Canadian Holocaust Literature / Littérature canadienne sur l'Holocauste

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The editorial team of Canadian Jewish Studies / Études juives canadiennes is pleased to announce the online publication of Volume 32, guest edited by Ruth Panofsky and Golie Morgentaler. Canadian Jewish Studies / Études juives canadiennes is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal devoted to original scholarship that illuminates any and all aspects of the Canadian Jewish experience. Published annually since 1993 and bi-annually since 2019 by the Association for Canadian Jewish Studies / l’Association d’études juives canadiennes (ACJS/Aéjc), the electronic version of journal is free and accessible at https://cjs.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/cjs.  

Articles / Articles 

Ruth Panofsky, Goldie Morgentaler, Introduction: Canadian Holocaust Literature / Littérature canadienne sur l'Holocauste 

Norman Ravvin, “Were I not here to record it, there would be no trace”: Patrick Modiano’s Dora Bruder and Chava Rosenfarb’s “In the Boxcar” 

Jesse Toufexis, “Smoke Rising Day and Night”: Exploring Chava Rosenfarb’s Implicit Mysticism in "Edgia’s Revenge" 

Nathalie Dolbec, Description de la résistance, résistance par la description dans Eva et Ruda : récit à deux voix de survivants de l’Holocauste d’Eva et Rudolph Roden 

Catherine Khordoc, Comment ? Lamentations essayistiques chez Monique Bosco 

Lucas F.W. Wilson, Inherited Traumatic Threads: Postmemory and the Dis/function of Hand-Me-Downs in Bernice Eisenstein’s I Was a Child of Holocaust Survivors 

Sara Monahan, “His Notebook Grew Orchids and Weeds”: Language, Burial, and Recovery in Anne Michaels’s Fugitive Pieces 

Brenda Beckman-Long, Creating a Community of Witnesses: Acts of Reading in Anne Michaels’s Fugitive Pieces 

Joanna Krongold, History with Heart: Canadian Holocaust Literature for Young People 

Anne Quéma, Engendering Biopoetics of Testimony: Louise Dupré, Chus Pato, and Erín Moure 

Translation / Traduction 

Goldie Morgentaler, "Binele Gives Birth" Extract from Letters to Abrasha by Chava Rosenfarb 

Pierre Anctil,  Traduire du yiddish au français ou comment sans cesse frôler un précipice 

Reflections/Réflexions 

Pierre Anctil, Finding a Way into Canadian Jewish Studies: Reflections of a Francophone Interloper 

Book Reviews / Comptes rendus 

Ira Robinson, Review: Aaron W. Hughes, From Seminary to University: An Institutional History of the Study of Religion in Canada 

Howard Adelman, Review: Rhonda L. Hinther and Jim Mochoruk, eds. Civilian Internment in Canada: Histories and Legacies 

Alexandra Stankovich, Review: Schneur Zalman Newfield, Degrees of Separation: Identity Formation While Leaving Ultra-Orthodoxy 

Christopher L. Schilling, Review: Emily Sigalow, American JewBu: Jews, Buddhists, and Religious Change 

Joshua Harold, Review: Jill L. Grant, Alan Walks and Howard Ramos, eds. Changing Neighborhoods: Social and Spatial Polarization in Canadian Cities 

Eddie Paul, Review: Catalog of the Gerald K. Stone Collection of Judaica: A Bibliographical Resource for Canadian Jewish Studies