The Unethical and the Unspeakable: Women and the Holocaust

Joan Miriam Ringelheim

1984

Analyses of the moral dimensions of the Holocaust usually present data as if the only category were that of “persons”—all survivors are seen as the same. While some differentiations may be made in Holocaust literature, none of them seem as significant as the simple fact of being a survivor. Literature on the Holocaust has been gender-neutral…

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