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Foreword by Philip Bialowitz (Holocaust Survivor, Sobibor) Introduction Part I: Survivors and Victims' Perspectives on Loss and Hope 1. A Collective Testimony by Argentine Genocide Survivors: 'The Prison Walls Cry and We Laugh', Alicia Partnoy (Loyola Marymount University, USA) 2. Classicide in Communist China: A Laogai Survivor's Reflection, Harry Wu (Laogai Research Foundation & Laogai Museum Washington, USA) 3. The Politics of Representations of Mass Atrocity in Sri Lanka: Challenges to Justice and Recovery, Jude Lal Fernando (Trinity College Dublin,Ireland) 4. Torturing God at the Villa Grimaldi, Chile: Loss of Human Dignity, Hope of Unity, Mario Aguilar (University of St Andrews, Scotland) 5. The Iranian Women's Movement: A Narrative of Hope and Loss, Roja Fazaeli (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland) Part II: Interfaith Perspectives on Loss and Hope 6. The Virtue of Christian Learning from Other Religions: The Substance of Things Hoped For, Francis X. Clooney (Harvard Divinity School, USA) 7. A Healing Process in Jewish Theology: From Passivity to Protest to Peace, Anson Laytner (Seattle University, USA) 8. May Buddhists Hope? A Christian Enquiry, John D'Arcy May (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland) 9. Suffering and Loss within Shi'i and Catholic Traditions in Dialogue, Kieran Flynn (St Patrick's College, Ireland) 10. The Paedophile Scandal and its (Hoped-for) Impact on Catholic Intra- and Inter-religious Dialogue, Peter Admirand (Dublin City University,Ireland) Part III: Ethical and Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Loss and Hope 11. Intercultural Resources for Reconciliation and Peace: Drinking From Our Own Wells, Felix Wilfred (State University of Madras, India) 12. Loss and Hope in Levinas's Otherwise than Being and Vasily Grossman's Life and Fate, Steven Shankman (University of Oregon, USA) 13. Practicing A-tonal Ethics: The Loss of Old Certainties as the Ground of Our Hope, Celia Kenny (Centre for Law and Religion, Cardiff University, Wales) 14. Losing Confidence in Free-Market Economics and Free-Market Religion: Recovering True Hope, Joerg Rieger (Southern Methodist University,USA) 15. Journey from Optimism to Hope (David Burrell, Notre Dame University, USA) Afterword, Fulata Moyo (World Council of Churches)
Peter Admirand is Lecturer in the School of Theology, Mater Dei Institute, Dublin City University, Ireland.