No entorno de escombros: notas acidentais sobre o trauma dos judeus de Salônica

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  • Gabriel Mordoch University of Michigan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2317-8051.cllh.2021.187870

Palavras-chave:

Salônica , Holocausto, Segunda Guerra Mundial, Grécia, Albânia, Sobreviventes

Resumo

Baseando-se em fontes publicadas em inglês, francês, espanhol, judeu-espanhol (ladino), português e hebraico, este ensaio discute a Shoá (Holocausto) em Salônica (Tessalônica), Grécia, enfocando especificamente o trauma vivido pelos sobreviventes e seus descendentes. O ensaio também aborda temas ainda insuficientemente pesquisados, como a extrema pobreza entre os judeus de Thessaloniki às vésperas da Segunda Guerra Mundial, bem como a participação judaica no Exército grego na luta contra os italianos na frente albanesa em 1940-1941. Além disso, o estudo traz à luz histórias pessoais não publicadas de judeus de Thessaloniki que sobreviveram à destruição praticamente completa de sua comunidade durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial.

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Biografia do Autor

Gabriel Mordoch, University of Michigan

Doutor em Estudos Lusófonos pela Ohio State University.

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Mordoch, G. (2021). No entorno de escombros: notas acidentais sobre o trauma dos judeus de Salônica. Cadernos De Língua E Literatura Hebraica, (19), 3-36. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2317-8051.cllh.2021.187870

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