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Passages de témoins

Abstract : This article looks at the historiographical consequences of losing witnesses of the Holocaust. In particular, it examines the “testimonial turning point” that is situated at the crossroads of several temporalities: political, archival, historiographical and biographical. Throughout the chronological passage from first-hand witnesses to a new generation of scholars and researchers, our relationship to historiographical sources must necessarily change, evolving towards the increasing routinisation of practices in fields that were long defined by their exceptionality. Consequently, is it possible that different currents will converge to decompartmentalise historical studies of the Holocaust?
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Claire Zalc. Passages de témoins. Vingtième siècle, Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, 2018, 139 (3), pp.2. ⟨10.3917/ving.139.0002⟩. ⟨halshs-02902887⟩

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