Visualizing Atrocity

Author: Valerie Hartouni

Publisher: NYU Press

Release: 2012-08-20

Total Pages: 205

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... and Sarah Banet~Weiser Arabs and Muslims in the Media: Race and Representation after 9/11 Evelyn Alsultany Visualizing Atrocity: Arendt, Evil, and the Optics of Thoughtlessness Valerie Hartouni Visualizing Atrocity Arendt, Evil, ...

Invisible Atrocities

Author: Randle C. DeFalco

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Release: 2022-02-28

Total Pages: 302

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Valerie Hartouni, Visualizing Atrocity: Arendt, Evil, and the Optics of Thoughtlessness (New York University Press, 2012). For example, Hartouni argues that “Atrocity images from the [WWII] period, especially the now iconic images of ...

Remembering to Forget

Author: Barbie Zelizer

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

Release: 2000-05

Total Pages: 292

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But by World War I , atrocity tales reached new heights . ... While a tradition for visualizing atrocity was as old as war itself , it nonetheless fell short of capably portraying the horrors that would characterize World War II .

Beyond the Centaur

Author: Margaret R. Miles

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

Release: 2014-07-17

Total Pages: 140

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It was sheer thoughtlessness—by no means identical with stupidity— that predisposed him to become one of the greatest criminals of that period” (Hartouni, Visualizing Atrocity, 17). 138. Stein, Shameless, 114. 139.

Anatomy of Malice

Author: Joel E. Dimsdale

Publisher: Yale University Press

Release: 2016-05-28

Total Pages: 256

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Valerie Hartouni, Visualizing Atrocity: Arendt, Evil, and the Optics of Thoughtlessness (New York: New York University Press, 2012), 135. 4. Hannah Arendt, Eichmann in Jerusalem (New York: Viking, 1964), 276. 5. Ibid., 287–288. 6.

Staying with the Trouble

Author: Donna J. Haraway

Publisher: Duke University Press

Release: 2016-08-19

Total Pages: 304

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18 Arendt, Eichmann in Jerusalem; Hartouni, Visualizing Atrocity, especially chapter 3, “Thoughtlessness and Evil.” I set aside the strict humanism and the specific kind of thinking subject of Arendt's project, as well as her insistence ...

Religion in Contemporary European Cinema

Author: Costica Bradatan

Publisher: Routledge

Release: 2014-02-18

Total Pages: 226

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See Valerie Hartouni, Visualizing Atrocity: Arendt, Evil, and the Optics of Thoughtlessness (New York: New York University Press, 2012), 133 n. 25. 22. Arendt, Eichmann, 125, 287. 23. Hartouni, Visualizing, 30. 24.

Reconstructing Atrocity Prevention

Author: Sheri P. Rosenberg

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Release: 2015-10-02

Total Pages: 546

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Visualization supports the process of simplification – an essential activity of human intelligence31 – and allows people to make sense of their world. Visualization proves particularly helpful in sense-making as incoming data and ...

Memory and Complicity

Author: Debarati Sanyal

Publisher: Fordham Univ Press

Release: 2015-03-02

Total Pages: 352

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... hierarchies that developed through them, so that as we look at Nazi images of atrocity, we might think 'this is what the building of an empire entails; this is what imperialism looks like.' ” Valerie Hartouni, Visualizing Atrocity ...

Visual Ethics

Author: Paul Martin Lester

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Release: 2018-01-19

Total Pages: 180

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Visualizing atrocity: Arendt, evil, and the optics of thoughtlessness. New York: NYU Press. See Appendix B for the 10-Step Systematic Ethical Analysis Form. Case Study Three Most people like the internet to be fast.