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Nothing happened : Charlotte Salomon and an archive of suicide / Darcy C. Buerkle.

By: Buerkle, Darcy C.
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Michigan studies in comparative Jewish cultures: Publisher: Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, 2013Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780472029037; 0472029037; 1306357861; 9781306357869.Subject(s): Suicide -- Sociological aspects | Jews -- Germany -- PsychologyAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Nothing happenedDDC classification: 759.3 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Introduction; Section 1; First Foreclosures and Their Evidence: Trauma's Event; Trauma, Event, Method; Affect, Event, Method; Trauma/Transcendence: Life? or Theater? and Its Public; Section 2; First Sights: On Seeing Suicide before World War I; First Paintings: Charlotte Knarre; Empty Space as Window/Empty Space as Figural Space; Nothing Happened; Charlotte Knarre Throws Herself in the Water; First Things/Next Things; Archive I: Firsts, in a Series; Moehsen on Suicide by Drowning, Marx on Women's Suicide, Wabnitz on Suicide as Critique; Émile Durkheim's Suicide as Event.
Helenefriederike Stelzner and Her Analysis of Two Hundred Cases of SuicideOn Student Suicide and "Mourning and Melancholia"; Section 3; Waiting to See: The Visual Rhetoric of Suicide in Weimar Berlin; Franziska I & II; Franziska I: Documenting Nothing, Again; Franziska II: Documenting Nothing, Again, and Then Once More; Archive II: Berlin's New Statistics, Jews, Prevention; Before the Census: Raphael Weichbrodt and Some Others; Berlin's 1925-1926 Census: Jews and Suicide; Preventing Suicide; To the Letter: Notes on Writing Notes/Negotiations of the Grapheme.
Striking Reasons: Suicide Records and the Visual Rhetoric of the Strike-OutNoting (Striking) Suicide in Psychoanalysis; Anna O.; Dora; The Psychogenesis of a Case of Homosexuality in a Woman (1920); Section 4; Looking That Does Not End: Final Words; Frau Knarre: "Tonight or Never"; The Witness/Standing Next to and Stories of Origin; Feeling Gaze; P.S.: Postscripts; Final Words; Epilogue; Notes; Index; Illustrations.
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Introduction; Section 1; First Foreclosures and Their Evidence: Trauma's Event; Trauma, Event, Method; Affect, Event, Method; Trauma/Transcendence: Life? or Theater? and Its Public; Section 2; First Sights: On Seeing Suicide before World War I; First Paintings: Charlotte Knarre; Empty Space as Window/Empty Space as Figural Space; Nothing Happened; Charlotte Knarre Throws Herself in the Water; First Things/Next Things; Archive I: Firsts, in a Series; Moehsen on Suicide by Drowning, Marx on Women's Suicide, Wabnitz on Suicide as Critique; Émile Durkheim's Suicide as Event.

Helenefriederike Stelzner and Her Analysis of Two Hundred Cases of SuicideOn Student Suicide and "Mourning and Melancholia"; Section 3; Waiting to See: The Visual Rhetoric of Suicide in Weimar Berlin; Franziska I & II; Franziska I: Documenting Nothing, Again; Franziska II: Documenting Nothing, Again, and Then Once More; Archive II: Berlin's New Statistics, Jews, Prevention; Before the Census: Raphael Weichbrodt and Some Others; Berlin's 1925-1926 Census: Jews and Suicide; Preventing Suicide; To the Letter: Notes on Writing Notes/Negotiations of the Grapheme.

Striking Reasons: Suicide Records and the Visual Rhetoric of the Strike-OutNoting (Striking) Suicide in Psychoanalysis; Anna O.; Dora; The Psychogenesis of a Case of Homosexuality in a Woman (1920); Section 4; Looking That Does Not End: Final Words; Frau Knarre: "Tonight or Never"; The Witness/Standing Next to and Stories of Origin; Feeling Gaze; P.S.: Postscripts; Final Words; Epilogue; Notes; Index; Illustrations.

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<p> Darcy C. Buerkle is Associate Professor of History at Smith College. In 2011-12 she held the Walter Benjamin Chair in German Jewish History and Culture at Humboldt University-Berlin.</p>

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