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Elie Wiesel

Bio: Elie Wiesel is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topics: The Holocaust. The author has an hindex of 2, co-authored 3 publications receiving 111 citations.
Topics: The Holocaust

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01 Jan 1983
TL;DR: The authors found an appropriate language for the Hollywood version of the Holocaust and used it to find an appropriate metaphor for the Holocaust in fiction and non-fiction movies, including the personal documentary.
Abstract: Part I. Finding an Appropriate Language: 1. The Hollywood version of the Holocaust 2. Meaningful montage 3. Styles of tension 4. Black humor Part II. Narrative Strategies: 5. The Jew as child 6. In hiding/onstage 7. Beautiful evasions? 8. The condemned and doomed Part III. Responses to Nazi Atrocity: 9. Political resistance 10. The ambiguity of identity 11. The new German guilt Part IV. Shaping Reality: 12. The personal documentary 13. From judgment to illumination Part V. Third Edition Update: 14. The Holocaust as genre 15. Rediscoveries 16. Rescuers in fiction films 17. The ironic touch 18. Dysfunction as distortion: the Holocaust survivor on screen and stage 19. Documentaries of return.

93 citations

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01 Jan 2002

18 citations

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01 Jan 2002

1 citations


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01 Dec 2018-Sensors
TL;DR: The identity problem back to the origin in philosophy is traced, the Internet digital identity management solutions in the context of IoT are analyzed, recent surging blockchain sovereign identity solutions are investigated and promising future research trends in building IoT identity management systems are pointed out.
Abstract: The Internet of Things aims at connecting everything, ranging from individuals, organizations, and companies to things in the physical and virtual world. The digital identity has always been considered as the keystone for all online services and the foundation for building security mechanisms such as authentication and authorization. However, the current literature still lacks a comprehensive study on the digital identity management for the Internet of Things (IoT). In this paper, we firstly identify the requirements of building identity management systems for IoT, which comprises scalability, interoperability, mobility, security and privacy. Then, we trace the identity problem back to the origin in philosophy, analyze the Internet digital identity management solutions in the context of IoT and investigate recent surging blockchain sovereign identity solutions. Finally, we point out the promising future research trends in building IoT identity management systems and elaborate challenges of building a complete identity management system for the IoT, including access control, privacy preserving, trust and performance respectively.

112 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the authors explore current trends in the representation of the Holocaust in Israeli popular culture through the analysis of the successful satirical television program: The Chamber Quintet, and argue that the show's subversive and challenging interpretations of traditional Holocaust commemorations indicate a major change in the collective memory of the holocaust.
Abstract: This article explores current trends in the representation of the Holocaust in Israeli popular culture through the analysis of the successful satirical television program: The Chamber Quintet. The article argues that the show's subversive and challenging interpretations of traditional Holocaust commemorations, indicates a major change in the collective memory of the Holocaust. The article explores the cultural role of the show's sketches relating to Holocaust memory by using three perspectives of analysis. The first is a historical–sociological perspective that deals with the development of Holocaust commemoration in Israel. The second perspective deals with the conflict between popular cultural practices and the conventions of Holocaust remembrance. The third perspective deals with the problematic relationship between the content (Holocaust memory) and the form (the genre of humor). Combining these perspectives reveals a dialectical discourse that connects prior voices with new modes of Holocaust represe...

46 citations

01 Jan 2003
TL;DR: The authors investigates how history is used in historical documentary films, and argues that the maker of such films constantly negotiates between cognitive, moral, and aesthetic demands, and concludes that history can be used as a kind of escapism.
Abstract: This dissertation investigates how history is used in historical documentary films, and argues that the maker of such films constantly negotiates between cognitive, moral, and aesthetic demands. In ...

34 citations