Volume 3 Issue 2 Investigations in Literature, Trauma, and Theory

JLTS 3:2


Editor’s Introduction

The Time of Trauma: Rereading Unclaimed Experience and Testimony – Petar Ramadanovic

Recognizing Injury in the Ordinary: Classed Trauma in the Fiction of Alice Munro – Christine Maksimowicz

“And in the Beginning There Was Oblivion”: The Role of Forgetting in Working through the
Holocaust Trauma within Poetic Language – Rina Dudai

Charles Baudelaire’s Falling Man: Theorizing Trauma as Permanent Parabasis – Joshua N. Waggoner

Testimony beyond the Limits: Paul Ricoeur in Dialogue with Trauma Theory, Shoah Studies, and Theology – Jacob D. Myers

Book Review
Cathy Caruth, Literature in the Ashes of History – Steve Hollyman

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