„Porównania" nr 34/2023

# Tytuł dokumentu Autor
1. Wstęp
2. Giving Space to the Tabooed Trauma: Sofia Taikon’s Testimony in Katitzi Z-1234 and Sofia Z-4515
3. Changing Narratives of Jan and Maria Malisz’s Case (1933): Social, Legal and Cultural Perspectives
4. Menachem Kaiser’s Quest for Family Heirloom and the Aftermath of Historical Trauma
5. Industrial Spaces That Won’t Go Away
6. The Dybbuk Speaks with the Mouth of the Living: Wartime Trauma and Strategies of Holocaust Remembrance in Hungarian Literature Between 1949 and 1953
7. In the Space of Cumulative Trauma: Lessons from a Hungarian Trauma-Novel in Vojvodina
8. Post-Holocaust Migrations of Empathy: My Star by Felicja Raszkin-Nowak
9. Dead Rescuers: The Commemoration of Poles Who Lost Their Lives Saving Jews During the Second World War
10. The Vistula, Overgrown Shrubs, and Untended Gardens in the Literature of Postwar, Communist Warsaw
11. Representing the Ukrainian Migration Experience: From a Cultural Monologue Towards Interculturality
12. Stabat Mater: The Impossible Mourning in Teresa Ferenc’s Poetry
13. The Scars of Memory: The Biographies of Monument Trees in Central Europe
14. Neglected Trauma: The Lives of Women Dissidents and Émigrés in Daňa Horáková’s Memoirs
15. Różewicz (zre)konstruowany?
16. Ecologizing Memory
17. Transgression and Tenderness. Olga Tokarczuk in Comparative Perspective
18. E.T.A. Hoffmann in Warsaw. The New Book by Peter Lachmann