Art, Music and Education as Strategies for Survival: Theresienstadt 1941-45.
by Dutlinger, Ann D., edited with an introduction by.
Oblong royal octavo in dust jacket, xx, 204 pp., b/w and color illustrations, b/w photos, index
Selected papers from ther symposium "Art, Music and Education as Strategies for Survival: Theresienstadt 1941-45," held at Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, February 10-11, 2000, and a catalog of the exhibition "The Arts as Strategies for Survival: Theresienstadt 1941-45 held at Payne Gallery of Moravian College, February 10 - March 5, 2000. Preface by Diane Radycki. Foreword by H.E. Alexander Vondra. Introduction: Art and Artists in Theresienstadt: Questions of Survival, by Dutlinger. Essays are "Art in the Context of Theresienstadt," Sybil Milton, "Coming of Age in Thersienstadt: Friedl's Girls from Room 28," by Honnelore Wonschick and Dutlinger, translated by Ian Pepper, "Friedl Dicker-Brandeis"Art, Music and Education as Strategies for Survival: Theresienstadt 1941-45: Lady in a Car," Michaela Hajkova, "Holocaus Survival and the Spirit of the Bauhaus," Susan Leshnoff, "A Carousel of Theatrical Performances in Thersienstadt," Rebecca Rovit, "The Genocide of the Czech Jews in World War II and the Terezin Ghetto," Vojtech Blodig, "Chronology of Thersienstadt," Milton, The Children, "Terezin Memorial: A Short History," Blodig. Afterword: "Moravian College and the Legacy of Comenius Peter Rafaeli," Honorary Consul-General of the Czech Republic - Philadelphia.
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Book Id: 22362