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IntroductionI. Familial Postmemories and Beyond1. The Generation of Postmemory2. What's Wrong With This Picture? with Leo Spitzer3. Marked by MemoryII. Affiliation4. Surviving Images5. Nazi Photographs in Post-Holocaust Art6. Projected Memory7. Testimonial Objects with Leo SpitzerIII. Connective Histories8. Objects of Return9. Postmemory's Archival TurnNotesBibliographyAcknowledgmentsIndex
Marianne Hirsch is a professor of comparative literature and gender studies at Columbia University. Her most recent books are, with Leo Spitzer, Ghosts of Home: The Afterlife of Czernowitz in Jewish Memory and, with Nancy K. Miller, Rites of Return: Diaspora Poetics and the Politics of Memory. Two of this book's chapters were written with Leo Spitzer, who is also the author of Hotel Bolivia: The Culture of Memory in a Refuge from Nazism and Lives in Between: Assimilation and Marginality in Austria, Brazil, and West Africa, 1780-1945.