Readings: Anne Frank Mediations
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- Anne Frank House
- Anne Frank Bibliography, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
- Anne Frank Center, USA
- Dirty Little Secrets - Time Europe
- The Truth About Anne Frank
- Wartime and Postwar Dutch Attitudes Toward The Jews: Myth And Truth by Manfred Gerstenfeld
- Who Is My Neighbour? by Rev. John J. Opmeer
Alleva, Richard. 1996. Insane times: 'Warhol' & 'Anne Frank'. Commonweal 123, no. 13 : 21.
Baron, Lawrence. 2003. Not in Kansas Anymore: Holocaust Films for Children. The Lion and the Unicorn 27, no. 3: 394-409.
Bartov, Omer. 1996. Anne Frank Remembered / Under the Domim Tree. The American Historical Review 101, no. 4: 1154.
Boas, Henriette. 14 February 1996. Anne Frank organizations quarrel over trademark rights. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, p. 9.
Bohm, Agnes. 20 April 2001. Israeli Embassy in Budapest honors Jewish wartime heroine. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, p. 9.
Bovenkerk, F. 2000. The other side of the Anne Frank story: The Dutch role in the persecution of the Jews in World War Two. Crime, Law, and Social Change 34, no. 3: 237-58(22).
Brenner, Rachel Feldhay. 1996. Writing Herself Against History: Anne Frank's Self-Portrait as a Young Artist. Modern Judaism 16, no. 2: 105-34.
Caplan, Nigel A. 2004. Revisiting the Diary: Rereading Anne Frank's Rewriting. The Lion and the Unicorn 28, no. 1: 77-95.
Cowan, Geoffrey. 1998. The Legal and Ethical Limitations of Factual Misrepresentation. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 560 (November). The Future of Fact: 155-64.
Cunningham, Melanie. 1995. Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl. The World & I 10, no. 6: 412.
Davis, Douglas. 3 March 1999. British publishers compete over Anne Frank biographies. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, p. 6.
Davis, Douglas. 31 August 1998. Controversy erupts over publication of missing pages of Anne Frank diary. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, p. 6.
Dror, Yuval. 1995. The Anne Frank Haven in an Israeli kibbutz. Adolescence 30, no. 119: 617.
Fisher, Peter. 1999. Analysing Anne Frank: A case study in the teaching of thinking skills. Teaching History, no. 95: 24.
Foxman, Abraham H. 2000. A broken silence. Dimensions 14, no. 1: 27.
Fredman, Stephen. 1996. "How to Get Out of the Room That Is the Book?" Paul Auster and the Consequences of Confinement. Postmodern Culture 6, no. 3.
Friedman, Elise. 13 January 1999. Record number of people visit Anne Frank House. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, p. 11.
Fuchs, Esther. 2003. Gender and Holocaust Docudramas: Gentile Heroines in Rescue Films. Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies 22, no. 1: 80-94.
Gibson, Sue. 1992. The Last Seven Months of Anne Frank. Off Our Backs 22, no. 3: 22.
Gladstone, Bill. 13 November 2003. Holocaust tale of girl's suitcase touches people from Tokyo to Toronto. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, p. N/A.
Goertz, Karein K. 2000. Writing from the Secret Annex: The Case of Anne Frank. Michigan Quarterly Review 39, no. 3: 647.
Goldstein, Judith. 2003. Anne Frank: The redemptive myth. Partisan Review 70, no. 1: 16-23.
Greene, Richard Allen. 29 January 2001. Despite critics, Britain marks first Holocaust Memorial Day. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, p. 7.
Gruber, Ruth E. 10 June 1998. Anne Frank as a martyr doesn't sit well with Jews. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, p. 13.
Hartman, Jan. 1983. Anne Frank vs. Ponyboy. English Journal 72, no. 7: 90.
Hasian, Marouf Arif. 2001. Anne Frank, Bergen-Belsen, and the Polysemic Nature of Holocaust Memories. Rhetoric & Public Affairs 4, no. 3: 349-74.
Hilton, Laura J. 2001. Anne Frank: Reflections on Her Life and Legacy. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.
Howard M Miller. 1998. Who owns history? The Reading Teacher 52, no. 1: 76.
Huyssen, Andreas. 1980. The Politics of Identification: "Holocaust" and West German Drama. New German Critique, no. 19, Special Issue 1: Germans and Jews: 117-36.
Johnson, Rebecca Kelch. 1980. Junior High/Middle School: Teaching the Holocaust. English Journal 69, no. 7: 69-70.
Kaplan, Alissa. 8 August 1995. Holocaust education spreads in Japan with museum opening. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, p. 10.
Kauvar, Elaine M., and Cynthia Ozick. 1993. An Interview with Cynthia Ozick. Contemporary Literature 34, no. 3: 358-94.
Kertzer, Adrienne. 2000. Saving the Picture: Holocaust Photographs in Children's Books. The Lion and the Unicorn 24, no. 3: 402-31.
Kertzer, Adrienne. 1998. The Stolen Legacy of Anne Frank: Meyer Levin, Lillian Hellman, and the Staging of the 'diary'. Ariel 29, no. 4: 191.
Krosnar, Katka. 15 March 2001. New Anne Frank film seeks fuller portrayal of child diarist. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, p. 3.
Kurtzman, Daniel. 19 March 1999. Behind The Headlines: Cornered by Ken Starr, Monica found solace from Jewish heroines. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, p. 3.
Lagrou, Pieter. 1997. Victims of Genocide and National Memory: Belgium, France and the Netherlands 1945-1965. Past and Present, no. 154: 181-222.
Lane, Mary. 1956. On Anne Frank. English Journal 45, no. 5: 269-71.
Lehmann, Sophia. 1998. In Search of a Mother Tongue: Locating Home in Diaspora. MELUS 23, no. 4, Theory, Culture and Criticism: 101-18.
Lipstadt, Deborah E. 1996. America and the Memory of the Holocaust, 1950-1965. Modern Judaism 16, no. 3: 195-214.
MacIsaac, Daniel. 23 December 2002. Anne Frank House to give a boost to Holocaust programs in Ukraine. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, p. N/A.
Maio, Kathi. 1996. Antonia, Anne ... and Oscar. On The Issues 5, no. 3: 54.
Mapes, Elizabeth A. 1968. Drama for Junior High School: "The Diary of Anne Frank". English Journal 57, no. 9: 1307-11.
Martinez, Miriam, and Marcia F Nash. 1994. Picturebooks -- A Picture Book of Anne Frank by David A. Adler and illustrated by Karen Ritz. Language Arts 71, no. 5: 370.
Michaelsen, Jacob B. 1997. Remembering Anne Frank. Judaism 46, no. 2: 220. Review essay of An Obsession with Anne Frank by Lawrence Graver.
Mirzoeff, Nicholas. 2002. Ghostwriting: working out visual culture. Journal of Visual Culture 1, no. 2: 239-54(16).
Morse, Jonathan. 1993. Words Devoted to the Unspeakable. American Literary History 5, no. 4: 715-34.
Norris, Jerri K., Martha D. Rekrut, Lois T. Stover, Carolyn Lima, Patricia Sanders, and Debbie Hamilton. 1989. Booksearch: Using Adolescent Novels as Transitions to Literary Classics. English Journal 78 , no. 3: 82-84.
Novick, Peter. 2003. The American National Narrative of the Holocaust: There isn't Any. New German Critique, no. 90: 27.
O'Donnell, Patrick, and Philip Roth. 1983. The Disappearing Text: Philip Roth's "The Ghost Writer". Contemporary Literature 24, no. 3: 365-78.
Peters, Robert. 1998. The Stolen Legacy of Anne Frank: Meyer Levin, Lillian Hellman, and the Staging of the Diary. Biography 21, no. 2: 255.
Pinsker, Sanford. 1997. Reading Faces/Reading Culture, or How I Brooded about Three Writerly Photographs. The Virginia Quarterly Review 73, no. 3: 432.
Quinn L. L. 1999. The Afterlife of Anne Frank: A Space for Translation in the Anne Frank House. Parallax. 5, no. 3: 47-57(11).
Rabinowitz, Rebecca. 2001. Anne Frank: A Hidden Life. Dimensions 15, no. 1: 51.
Rand, Naomi R. 1995. Surviving What Haunts You: The Art of Invisibility in Ceremony, the Ghost Writer, and Beloved. MELUS 20, no. 3, History and Memory: 21-32.
Ravvin, Norman. 2003. Anne Frank: Reflections on Her Life and Legacy/Bialystok to Birkenau: The Holocaust Journey of Michel Mielnicki. Canadian Literature, no. 177: 141.
Ressler, Manja. 8 December 2003. Proposed Anne Frank memorial divides Amsterdam neighborhood. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, p. N/A.
Rom, Fredy. 17 July 1997. Swiss court rules in struggle over use of Anne Frank's name. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, p. 3.
Sackett, Robert. 2002. Memory by Way of Anne Frank: Enlightenment and Denial Among West Germans, Circa 1960. Holocaust and Genocide Studies 16, no. 2: 243-65.
Schneider, Moira. 13 June 2003. Musical celebrating Anne Frank's life premiers in South Africa. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, p. N/A.
Searle, Chris. 1996. The Diary of Anne Frank: The critical edition. Race & Class 38, no. 2: 92.
Sedaris, David. 2004. Possession: Anne Frank: The Redemptive Myth. The New Yorker80 no. 9 (April 19-26 2004) p. 100, 102, 105.
Shank, Theodore. 1975. The Pip Simmons Group: Commemorating the Nazi Concentration Camps. The Drama Review: TDR 19, no. 4: 41-46.
Sicher, Efraim. 2000. The future of the past: Countermemory and postmemory in contemporary American post-holocaust narratives. History and Memory 12, no. 2: 56.
Sklar, Robert. 2000. The Holocaust in Contemporary Cinema. Dimensions 14, no. 2: 11.
Tugend, Tom. 12 August 2002. Anne Frank memorial dedicated as Idaho works to improve image. Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Tugend, Tom. 14 May 2001. As legend of Anne Frank grows, so do claims of misperceptions. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, p. 5. http://www.furl.net/forward.jsp?id=2559464
Tugend, Tom. 12 January 2001. German's road to Jewish studies prompted by Anne Frank's diary. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, p. 8.
Tugend, Tom. 1 June 1995. Holocaust seminar in Japan attempts to bridge wide gap. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, p. 3.
Ullman, Jane. 14 April 1998. Focus on Family: Yom Hashoah; Explaining the unexplainable to our kids. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, p. 13.
Verbraak M. 2001. The paradox of the Anne Frank House. Museum International. 53, no. 1: 28-31.
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Vis, Ruben E. 5 November 1992. Dutch court tells Belgian publisher to stop spreading Holocaust denials. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, p. 16.
Vis, Ruben E. 18 November 1996. WWII hideout found in Amsterdam. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, p. 7.
Wall, Alexandra J. 20 March 1995. Ceremony commemorates Anne Frank, honors woman who saved her diary. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, p. 11.
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