Bathrick, David, Brad Prager, and Michael David Richardson, eds. Visualizing the Holocaust: Documents, Aesthetics, Memory. Rochester N.Y.: Camden House, 2008. Print.
This collection of essays explore the uses of various mediums to represent the Holocaust, the role of perpetrator photography in Holocaust education and art, the interconnectedness of trauma and memory, aesthetic challenges with mimesis and remembrance in the work of artists like Lanzmann and Celan, and concerns regarding the Holocaust’s prominence in popular culture and mass media.