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Title Approaches to teaching Wiesel's Night / edited by Alan Rosen.
Imprint New York : Modern Language Association of America, [2007]
©2007

LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OTTERBEIN ARCHIVES  D804.33 .A65 2007    AVAILABLE  LIB USE ONLY
 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  D804.33 .A65 2007 c.2  AVAILABLE  LOCAL CIRC ONLY
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OTTERBEIN ARCHIVES  D804.33 .A65 2007    AVAILABLE  LIB USE ONLY
 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  D804.33 .A65 2007 c.2  AVAILABLE  LOCAL CIRC ONLY
Series Approaches to teaching world literature
Approaches to teaching world literature.
Subject Wiesel, Elie, 1928-2016. Nuit.
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Study and teaching.
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Personal narratives -- Study and teaching.
Alt Name Rosen, Alan (Alan Charles)
Description vi, 169 pages ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [157]-166) and index.
Contents Night as counternarrative : the Jewish background / Nehemia Polen -- Night and the teaching of history : the trauma of transit / Simone Gigliotti -- Night and the encounter with Auschwitz / Michael Berenbaum -- Faith and God during the Holocaust : teaching Night with the later memoirs / Alan L. Berger -- The original Yiddish text and the context of Night / Jan Schwarz -- Teaching La nuit in comparative contexts / Judith Clark Schaneman -- Wiesel and Kertész : Night in the context of Hungarian Holocaust literature / Rita Horváth -- Night's literary art : a close reading of chapter 1 / Susanne Klingenstein -- Night in the contexts of Holocaust memoirs / David Patterson -- Strategies for teaching Wiesel's Night with Levi's Survival in Auschwitz / Jonathan Druker -- Seeing Atrocity : Night and the limits of witnessing / Michael Bernard-Donals -- Night and critical thinking / Paul Eisenstein -- Negotiating the distance : collaborative learning and teaching Night / Phyllis Lassner -- Interdisciplinary Night : an integrative approach / Christopher J. Frost -- Night and spiritual autobiography / Kevin Lewis -- Night and video testimony / Jan Darsa -- The real questions : using Night in teaching the Holocaust / John K. Roth.
ISBN 9780873525893 (hbk. : alk. paper)
0873525892 (alk. paper)
9780873525909 (pbk. : alk. paper)
0873525906 (alk. paper)
OCLC # 87441165
Table of Contents
 Preface to the Volume1
 Acknowledgments3
Pt. 1Materials / Alan Rosen 
 Editions and Texts7
 Instructor's Library8
 Historical Context8
 Ghettos and Concentration Camps8
 Holocaust Memoirs9
 Biography10
 Critical Commentary10
 Wiesel's Other Writings11
 Bibliographies12
 Audiovisual Materials13
Pt. 2Approaches 
 Introduction17
 Historical and Cultural Contexts 
 Night as Counternarrative: The Jewish Background / Nehemia Polen22
 Night and the Teaching of History: The Trauma of Transit / Simone Gigliotti32
 Night and the Encounter with Auschwitz / Michael Berenbaum41
 Faith and God during the Holocaust: Teaching Night with the Later Memoirs / Alan L. Berger46
 Literary Contexts 
 The Original Yiddish Text and the Context of Night / Jan Schwarz52
 Teaching La nuit in Comparative Contexts / Judith Clark Schaneman59
 Wiesel and Kertesz. Night in the Context of Hungarian Holocaust Literature / Rita Horvath69
 Night's Literary Art: A Close Reading of Chapter 1 / Susanne Klingenstein76
 Night in the Contexts of Holocaust Memoirs / David Patterson83
 Strategies for Teaching Wiesel's Night with Levi's Survival in Auschwitz / Jonathan Druker91
 Seeing Atrocity: Night and the Limits of Witnessing / Michael Bernard-Donals99
 Courses and Classroom Strategies 
 Night and Critical Thinking / Paul Eisenstein107
 Negotiating the Distance: Collaborative Learning and Teaching Night / Phyllis Lassner115
 Interdisciplinary Night: An Integrative Approach / Christopher J. Frost124
 Night and Spiritual Autobiography / Kevin Lewis133
 Night and Video Testimony / Jan Darsa140
 The Real Questions: Using Night in Teaching the Holocaust / John K. Roth146
 Notes on Contributors153
 Survey Participants155
 Works Cited157
 Index167