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“Our Traumas”

Boaz Hagin

Boaz Hagin is Lecturer at the Department of Film and Television, Tel Aviv University. He is author of Death in Classical Hollywood Cinema (2010), co-editor of Just Images: Ethics and the Cinematic (2011), and co-author with Thomas Elsaesser of Memory, Trauma, and Fantasy in American Cinema (2012, in Hebrew). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Deeper than Oblivion : Trauma and Memory in Israeli Cinema

Bloomsbury Academic, 2013

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... “festival films.”On the negative reception in Israel of one such film, see Boaz Hagin, “Male Weeping as Performative: The Crying Mossad Assassin in Walk on Water,” Camera Obscura 68 (2008): 103–39, esp. 105–7. World-cinema films, then,...

Sweet on the Inside

Deeper than Oblivion : Trauma and Memory in Israeli Cinema

Bloomsbury Academic, 2013

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... of Nations: Horror Cinema, Historical Trauma and National Identity (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2008); Thomas Elsaesser and Boaz Hagin, Memory, Trauma, and Fantasy in American Cinema [in Hebrew] (Ra’anana: Open University...

History of Violence

Deeper than Oblivion : Trauma and Memory in Israeli Cinema

Bloomsbury Academic, 2013

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... that created them—not only what they “reveal,” but also what they persist in concealing and repressing.Discussing Hollywood cinema, Thomas ElsaesserThomas Elsaesser and Boaz Hagin, Memory, Trauma and Fantasy in American Cinema [in Hebrew] (Ra’anana:...

Passages, Wars, and Encounters with Death

Deeper than Oblivion : Trauma and Memory in Israeli Cinema

Bloomsbury Academic, 2013

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...The present essay explores the intersection between memory and space at a moment of crisis when facing an imminent threat of death. More specifically, it examines the cinematic representations of such critical moments as experienced...

Last Train to the Holocaust

Deeper than Oblivion : Trauma and Memory in Israeli Cinema

Bloomsbury Academic, 2013

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... to end his own grandfather’s life, but also by shame feelings. In this scene, for the first time in the film, Eyal is crying. According to Boaz Hagin,Boaz Hagin, “Male Weeping as Performative: The Crying Mossad Assassin in Walk on Water,”...

Gender, the Military, Memory, and the Photograph

Deeper than Oblivion : Trauma and Memory in Israeli Cinema

Bloomsbury Academic, 2013

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...On Monday, August 16, 2010, Israeli bloggers copied and circulated several images posted on Facebook by a former Israeli soldier, Eden Abergil. The photographs, part of a series labeled “IDF—the best time of my life,” depicted Abergil...

The Agonies of an Eternal Victim

Deeper than Oblivion : Trauma and Memory in Israeli Cinema

Bloomsbury Academic, 2013

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...About ten years ago […] I bought a plot of land. I was a newlywed and I thought that one day maybe my family and I would want to live in a little house of our own […] Because of a clerical mistake at the land registry office, the slice...

The Event and the Picture

Deeper than Oblivion : Trauma and Memory in Israeli Cinema

Bloomsbury Academic, 2013

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...Jaques Rancière, The Future of the Image, trans. Gregory Elliott (London: Verso, 2007 [2003]), 13.The art of Voici must be based on what it refused. Introduction David Perlov’s last film My Stills 1952–2002 is aesthetically unique...

Traces of War

Raz Yosef

Raz Yosef is Senior Lecturer and the chair of the cinema studies B.A. Program at the Department of Film and Television, Tel Aviv University. He is the author of Beyond Flesh: Queer Masculinities and Nationalism in Israeli Cinema (2004), To Know a Man: Masculinity, Sexuality and Ethnicity in Israeli Cinema (2010, in Hebrew), The Politics of Loss and Trauma in Contemporary Israeli Cinema (2011), and co-editor of Just Images: Ethics and the Cinematic (2011). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Deeper than Oblivion : Trauma and Memory in Israeli Cinema

Bloomsbury Academic, 2013

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...Pierre Nora, “Between Memory and History,” in Realms of Memory: Rethinking the French Past, ed. Pierre Nora and Lawrence D. Kritzman, trans. Arthur Goldhammer (New York: Columbia University Press, 1996), 8.Modern memory is first of all...

Postscript to Israeli Cinema

Deeper than Oblivion : Trauma and Memory in Israeli Cinema

Bloomsbury Academic, 2013

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...The Arab-Jew and the inscription of memory Recent years have seen a renaissance of Mizrahi and/or Arab-Jewish cultural practices related to identity and belonging. These practices too must be seen against the backdrop of contested histories...