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ISSUE 3 -Animals/Shoah

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Introduction

Anita Jarzyna
Beyond the Imagery. On the Place of Animals in Narrations of the Shoah and the Place of the Shoah in Narrations on Animals [in Polish] (Download PDF)

Animals/Shoah

“The Word ‘Jew’ Was Ineffable.” On the Micrology of Plants and Animals as a Perspective for the Shoah Studies. Aleksander Nawarecki in Conversation with Marta Tomczok and Beata Mytych-Forajter [in Polish] (Download PDF)

Mirosław Loba
The Shoah, the Sacrifice, and the Animal in Elisabeth de Fontenay’s Thought [in Polish] (Download PDF)

Monika Żółkoś
Insecto-Semitism [in Polish] (Download PDF)

Barbara Czarnecka
“The Inventory of Human Misery.” Lice in Nazi Camp Narrations [in Polish] (Download PDF)

Magdalena Kokoszka
Iron Horseflies and Human Insects. War “Entomology” of Maria Pawlikowska-Jasnorzewska [in Polish] (Download PDF)

Marta Tomczok
(Extra-)Ordinary Czajka. An Ecocritical Perspective in Izabela Czajka-Stachowicz’s Narrations of the Shoah [in Polish] (Download PDF)

Patryk Szaj
Anxieties. Tadeusz Różewicz and the So-called Livestock [in Polish] (Download PDF)

Bartłomiej Krupa
Human–Canine Bond in Ida Fink’s Works [in Polish] (Download PDF)

Katarzyna Ebbig
The Monologue of a Dog Entangled in History. On Non-human War Narrations [in Polish] (Download PDF)

Lucyna Sadzikowska
“Turn towards Animals” in Gustaw Morcinek’s Prose. A Reconnaissance [in Polish] (Download PDF)

Beata Przymuszała
On Inhuman Human and Inanimal Animal Behaviour: Reading Frydzia Kiwatz’s Ludzie i hieny [in Polish] (Download PDF)

Kinga Piotrowiak‑Junkiert
Animal Idylls. On Miklós Radnóti’s Razglednicák [in Polish] (DownloadPDF)

Daria Nowicka
A Fish Falls Asleep. Autobiographical and Animal Disquietudes in Andrzej Wróblewski’s Painting [in Polish] (Download PDF)


Translations

Edgar Kupfer‑Koberwitz
Animal Brothers: Reflection on an Ethical Way of Life (fragments) (selected and translated into Polish by Katarzyna Kończal) (Download PDF)

Kitty Millet
Caesura, Continuity, and Myth: The Stakes of Tethering the Holocaust to German Colonial Theory (translated into Polish by Monika Żółkoś) (Download PDF)

Primo Levi
“The Mnemagogues” (1946) (translated into Polish by Paweł Wolski) (Download PDF)


Articles and Studies

Andrzej Juchniewicz
“Belittling the Monstrosity?” Lullaby in the Shadow of the Shoah [in Polish] (Download PDF)

Karolina Koprowska
Woe Betide You, Murderer-Nation! Vengeance in Jicchok Kacenelson’s Wej Dir [in Polish] (Download PDF)

Anita Jasińska
Still Inept Sounds. On the Materiality of Rutka Lakier’s Diary [in Polish] (Download PDF)


Documents

Hanna Gosk
A Suitcase Full of Manifold Paper. On Editing Leo Lipski’s Paryż ze złota… [in Polish] (Download PDF)

Michał Wachuła
A Reflection on the Status of the Post-camp Site on the Example of the Cable Factory in Cracow in Joanna Ringel’s Account [in Polish] (Download PDF)

“Rutka Is Dangerous.” On the Most Recent Novel Inspired by the Fate of the Jewish Girl from Będzin. Professor Zbigniew Białas in Conversation with Anita Jasińska [in Polish] (Download PDF)

“They Went to the Forest, Straight to the Forest…” The Holocaust in Auschwitz II–Birkenau in the Memoirs of Alina Dąbrowska (compiled by Lucyna Sadzikowska) [in Polish] (Download PDF)


Overviews and Commentaries

Anna Barcz
A Figurative, Figural, or Rhetorical Animal? Piotr Krupiński: “Dlaczego gęsi krzyczały?”.
Zwierzęta i Zagłada w literaturze polskiej XX i XXI wieku.
Warszawa, Instytut Badań Literackich PAN. Wydawnictwo, 2016, 356 pages [in Polish] (Download PDF)

Piotr Krupiński
Zoosynthesis, or a Strong Weak Subject. Anna Barcz: Realizm ekologiczny. Od ekokrytyki
do zookrytyki w literaturze polskiej
. Katowice, Wydawnictwo Naukowe Śląsk, 2016, 365 pages [in Polish] (Download PDF)

Anna Staroniewska‑Wątróbska
The Holocaust of the Garden – The Garden of the Holocaust? Antony Lishak: Stars: A Story of Friendship, Courage and Small, Precious Victories. [no place], Acorn Digital Press, 2014, 279 pages [in Polish] (Download PDF)

Agnieszka Czyżak
Emotions and Conventions. On Narrations of the Holocaust Victims and Their Children. Beata Przymuszała: Smugi Zagłady. Emocjonalne i konwencjonalne aspekty tekstów ofiar i ich dzieci. Poznań, Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM, 2016, 369 pages [in Polish] (Download PDF)

Katarzyna Kuczyńska‑Koschany
Stiches and Tacks. Mirosław Tryczyk: Miasta śmierci. Sąsiedzkie pogromy Żydów. Warszawa, Wydawnictwo RM, 2015, 499 pages [in Polish] (Download PDF)

Agata Jankowska
The Camps of Terror. Wolfgang Sofsky: Ustrój terroru: obóz koncentracyjny. Trans. Małgorzata Łukasiewicz. Warszawa, Żydowski Instytut Historyczny im. Emanuela Ringelbluma, 2016, 383 pages [in Polish] (Download PDF)

Marcin Różański
Nazi Camp Speaking… Sur-vivors Have Voice. Agnieszka Dauksza: Klub Auschwitz i inne kluby. Rwane opowieści przeżywców. Gdańsk, słowo/obraz terytoria, 2016, 380 pages [in Polish] (Download PDF)

Andrzej Juchniewicz
“A Try for Completeness.” Sławomir Buryła: Wokół Zagłady. Szkice o literaturze Holokaustu. Kraków, Towarzystwo Autorów i Wydawców Prac Naukowych UNIVERSITAS, 2016, 365 pages [in Polish] (Download PDF)


Varia

Zuzanna Pawlak, Jan Lodziński
Between Open and Closed Doors. A Report from the “Cosmopolitism, Modernism & Judaism” International Symposium with the Participation of Zygmunt Bauman, Stockholm, 15 May 2016 [in Polish] (Download PDF)

Biographical Notes