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Geoffrey Hartman: Holocaust Testimony in a Genocidal Age
Date: 7/26/2004; 51 minutes

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Geoffrey Hartman, Sterling Professor Emeritus of English and Comparative Literature at Yale University, discusses the multi-voiced archives which have been gathered to document the destruction of European Jewry. As faculty advisor and project director to the Fortunoff Video Archives of Holocaust Testimonies at Yale University, Professor Hartman has been actively involved in its growth and has written extensively about the Archive and its work. (#8829)

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