|aTrauma and memory :|breading, healing, and making law /|cedited by Austin Sarat, Nadav Davidovitch, and Michal Alberstein.
|aStanford, Calif. :|bStanford University Press,|c2007.
|axiv, 318 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aTrauma and memory: between individual and collective experiences / Austin Sarat, Nadav Davidovitch, Michal Alberstein -- Posttraumatic stress disorder of the virtual kind: trauma and resilience in post-9/11 America / Allan Young -- Female trauma / Ariella Azoulay -- The trauma of al-Nakba: collective memory and the rise of Palestinian national identity / Issam Nassar -- Trauma image: the elephant experience / Roei Amit -- Trauma and justice: the moral grammar of trauma discourse from Wilhelmine Germany to post-apartheid South Africa / Jos歋 Brunner -- Public health, law, and traumatic collective experiences: the case of mass ringworm irradiations / Nadav Davidovitch and Avital Margalit -- "Illegality," mass deportation, and the threat of violent arrest: structural violence and social suffering in the lives of undocumented migrant workers in Israel / Sarah S. Willen -- Trauma, memory, and euthanasia at the Nuremberg medical trial, 1946-1947 / Etienne Lepicard -- Trauma or responsibility?: memories and historiographies of Nazi psychiatry in postwar Germany / Volker Roelcke -- Trauma, retribution, and forgiveness: should war criminals go free? / Daniel Statman -- The secrets of mediation and trauma in contemporary film: a search from the perspective of restorative justice / Michal Alberstein -- Healing stories in law and literature / Shulamit Almog.