Jacek Leociak born in Warsaw is a Polish literary historian and author. Leociak received a Ph. Since , Leociak was head of the research team on Holocaust literature at the Institute of Literary Research. Leociak deals with the analysis of various forms of recording and of representation of the Holocaust experience. His research interests also include the narratives of victims, perpetrators and witnesses as well as the history of the Warsaw ghetto. It focuses on the Warsaw Ghetto and its almost four-year history.
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The publication of an English translation of Barbara Engelking and Jacek Leociak's detailed study of the Warsaw Ghetto is a valuable contribution to the historiography of the Holocaust. But the book is also of broader methodological interest to historians given the strategy of making so central to the text the mapping out of the former ghetto.
Maps are not simply afterthought or illustration but lie at the heart of this volume that is part historical text, part historical atlas. The range of maps reflects the authors' decision to approach what was the largest ghetto in Nazi-occupied Europe both thematically and chronologically. In the Most users should sign in with their email address. If you originally registered with a username please use that to sign in.
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