This book charts how visual culture at the new millennium has engaged with the Holocaust and provides insight into a number of significant trends in the production, distribution and reception of recent works about the Nazi genocide.
Introduction Part I: Between Nations 1. Between National and Cosmopolitan: Twenty-First-Century Holocaust Television in Britain, France, and Italy 2. Collecting, Indexing and Digitizing Survivor Accounts: Holocaust Testimonies in the Digital Age Part II: Between Images 3. Transits: Essayistic Thinking at the Junctures of Images in Harun Farocki's Respite and Arnaud des Pallières's Drancy Avenir 4. Haneke and the Camps Part III: Between Genres 5. The Nazi Killin' Business: A Postmodern Pastiche of the Holocaust 6. Globalizing the Holocaust: Fantasies of Annihilation in Contemporary Media Culture Part IV: Between Media 7. Re-Imagining the Neighbour: Polish-Jewish Relations in Contemporary Polish Visual Culture 8. Performing Cultural Memory: The Holocaust in Dutch Multi-Platform Television Documentary Part V: Between Genocides 9. Cambodian Genocide: Ethics and Aesthetics in the Cinema of Rithy Panh 10. The Afterlife of Images: Rwanda