Discusses how media technology impacts the Jewish experience. This title explores mid-twentieth-century ecumenical radio and television broadcasting, video documentation of life cycle rituals, and museum displays and tourist practices as means for engaging the Holocaust as a moral touchstone(In this respect, the Paper Clips project resembles The Oprah Winfrey Showa#39;s essay contest on Night.) ... as its name intimates, is both a testimonial to the young creators of the Paper Clips project and a memorial to victims of the Holocaust); andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Jews, God, and Videotape|
|Publisher||:||NYU Press - 2009-04-01|