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Sexual Violence against Jewish Women during the Holocaust
Sonja M. Hedgepeth, ed.; Rochelle G. Saidel, ed.

Brandeis University Press



Contents

• Foreword – Shulamit Reinharz
• Acknowledgments
• Introduction – Sonja M. Hedgepeth and Rochelle G. Saidel
• Aspects of Sexual Abuse
• Death and the Maidens: “Prostitution,” Rape, and Sexual Slavery during
World War II – Nomi Levenkron
• Sexualized Violence against Women during Nazi “Racial” Persecution – Brigitte Halbmayr
• Sexual Exploitation of Women in Nazi Concentration Camp Brothels – Robert Sommer
• Schillinger and the Dancer: Representing Agency and Sexual Violence in Holocaust Testimonies – Kirsty Chatwood
• Rape of Jewish Women
• “Only Pretty Women Were Raped”: The Effect of Sexual Violence on Gender Identities in the Concentration Camps – Monika J. Flaschka
• The Tragic Fate of Ukrainian Jewish Women under Nazi Occupation, 1941–1944 – Anatoly Podolsky
• The Rape of Jewish Women during the Holocaust – Helene J. Sinnreich
• Rape and Sexual Abuse in Hiding – Zoë Waxman
• Assaults on Motherhood
• Reproduction under the Swastika: The Other Side of the Glorification of Motherhood – Helga Amesberger
• Forced Sterilization and Abortion as Sexual Abuse – Ellen Ben-Sefer
• Sexual Violence in Literature and Cinema
• Sexual Abuse in Holocaust Literature: Memoir and Fiction – S. Lillian Kremer
• “Stoning the Messenger”: Yehiel Dinur’s
House of Dolls and Piepel – Miryam Sivan
• Nava Semel’s
And the Rat Laughed: A Tale of Sexual Violation – Sonja M. Hedgepeth and Rochelle G. Saidel
• “Public Property”: Sexual Abuse of Women and Girls in Cinematic Memory – Yvonne Kozlovsky-Golan
• The Violated Self
• Sexual Abuse of Jewish Women during and after the Holocaust: A Psychological Perspective – Eva Fogelman
• The Shame Is Always There – Esther Dror and Ruth Linn
• Contributors
• Index

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