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1. Racine Asselin, Marie-Dominique. Écrire et réécrire l'histoire: analyse historiographique concernant les relations entre les Juifs et les Polonais sous l'Occupation allemande (1939-1945) .

Degree: 2014, University of Ottawa

De 1939 à 1945, la Pologne fut le cimetière des Juifs exterminés par l’Allemagne nazie. Sur les six millions de Juifs tués durant l’Occupation allemande, la moitié étaient Polonais. Dans le dessein nazi, ce génocide avait pour but d’anéantir le peuple d’Israël, mais aussi de l’évincer de l’histoire contemporaine par la destruction massive de ses biens, puis par l’élimination des preuves. Heureusement, plusieurs Juifs réussirent à conserver les traces de cette époque en tenant des journaux qui ont, pour la plupart, miraculeusement survécu au National-socialisme. Grâce à ces journaux, nous pouvons aujourd’hui comprendre l’ampleur des persécutions juives qui menèrent à leur extermination. Ces écrits mettent aussi en lumière tout un pan de l’histoire que nous ignorions ; à savoir les relations et les perceptions que les Juifs avaient des autres témoins, dans le cadre de cette recherche, des Polonais catholiques. Pendant les six années que dura l’occupation allemande en Pologne, les Juifs durent transiger avec ces gens qui, d’une façon ou d’une autre, regardaient le massacre se préparer. Lorsque nous lisons les œuvres historiques sur l’Holocauste en Pologne, nous nous heurtons à des analyses différentes et à plusieurs perceptions des événements. En effet, les historiens juifs et les historiens polonais ne s’entendent pas tous sur la nature des relations entre les Juifs et les Polonais ni sur les conséquences de ces dernières. Alors que certains soulignent la participation des Polonais catholiques dans l’aide offerte aux Juifs (de façon individuelle ou dans des groupes officiels tels Zegota), d’autres historiens voient plutôt les Polonais comme des collaborateurs du régime nazi (des maîtres chanteurs ou simplement des profiteurs). Ces positions divergentes ont créé, au fil des années, une querelle au sein du milieu historique divisant les spécialistes en deux camps. Les premiers attestent que les Polonais ont contribué, d’une manière ou d’une autre, au massacre en masse des Juifs de Pologne, alors que les seconds soutiennent que les Polonais, aussi victimes du nazisme, ont fait de leur mieux pour apporter leur aide aux Juifs. Il n’y a évidemment pas qu’une seule interprétation possible en ce qui à trait aux relations entre les Juifs et les Polonais durant l’Occupation allemande et la vérité se trouve probablement dans une zone grise. Cependant, ce conflit historiographique soulève d’autres questions concernant l’écriture de l’histoire en elle-même. Comment, en effet, peut-on obtenir des résultats différents en travaillant à partir des mêmes données ? Qu’est ce qui influence les historiens vers de telles conclusions ? Afin de répondre à ces questions, nous nous pencherons sur le cas précis des historiens juifs travaillant sur les relations entre les Juifs et les Polonais de 1939 à 1945. Il s’agit de comprendre comment les historiens juifs, de Pologne ou d’ailleurs, travaillent cette histoire dont ils sont si proches. En utilisant, comme matériau premier, des sources provenant de témoins (journaux, mémoires, etc.), les…

Subjects/Keywords: Holocauste; Historiographie; Ringelblum; Hilberg; Gutman; Paulsson

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APA (6th Edition):

Racine Asselin, M. (2014). Écrire et réécrire l'histoire: analyse historiographique concernant les relations entre les Juifs et les Polonais sous l'Occupation allemande (1939-1945) . (Thesis). University of Ottawa. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10393/31575

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Chicago Manual of Style (16th Edition):

Racine Asselin, Marie-Dominique. “Écrire et réécrire l'histoire: analyse historiographique concernant les relations entre les Juifs et les Polonais sous l'Occupation allemande (1939-1945) .” 2014. Thesis, University of Ottawa. Accessed August 08, 2020. http://hdl.handle.net/10393/31575.

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MLA Handbook (7th Edition):

Racine Asselin, Marie-Dominique. “Écrire et réécrire l'histoire: analyse historiographique concernant les relations entre les Juifs et les Polonais sous l'Occupation allemande (1939-1945) .” 2014. Web. 08 Aug 2020.

Vancouver:

Racine Asselin M. Écrire et réécrire l'histoire: analyse historiographique concernant les relations entre les Juifs et les Polonais sous l'Occupation allemande (1939-1945) . [Internet] [Thesis]. University of Ottawa; 2014. [cited 2020 Aug 08]. Available from: http://hdl.handle.net/10393/31575.

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Not specified: Masters Thesis or Doctoral Dissertation

Council of Science Editors:

Racine Asselin M. Écrire et réécrire l'histoire: analyse historiographique concernant les relations entre les Juifs et les Polonais sous l'Occupation allemande (1939-1945) . [Thesis]. University of Ottawa; 2014. Available from: http://hdl.handle.net/10393/31575

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University of California – Irvine

2. Gutman, Eugene. Development of C-C and C-N Bond Forming Reactions Utilizing Palladium Carbene Intermediates and Reaction Predictor: Using Machine Learning to Help Identify Unknown Side-Products in Organic Reactions.

Degree: Chemistry, 2017, University of California – Irvine

The research described herein consists of two disparate areas of study. The first and largest portion describes the development of novel palladium-catalyzed C-C and C-N bond forming reactions. The second portion describes the development of the Reaction Predictor system and its application towards identification of reaction products and pathways. Palladium-carbenes are important intermediates in many modern C-C and C-heteroatom bond forming reactions. Palladium-catalyzed carbenylative coupling reactions are analogous to carbonylative processes with carbon monoxide. Insertion of a cis X type ligand into the palladium-carbene can potentially generate a new stereogenic center, making these reactions worthy of study. Carbenylative insertions have been used to generate electrophilic η3- allylpalladium species which were trapped with nitrogen and carbon nucleophiles. This work describes the cyclization of η3-benzylpalladium species derived from palladium-catalyzed carbenylative insertion. This optimization and broad substrate scope of this reaction led to the synthesis of 1-arylindanes and 1-aryltetralins in high yields. Additionally, this reaction was used to prepare tetralone 2.30bl, a synthetic intermediate in the Curran synthesis of (±)-podophyllotoxin. The carbenylative cyclization also led us to pursue utilizing aliphatic N-tosylhydrazones as palladium-carbene precursors in other coupling reactions. It was realized that aliphatic N-tosylhydrazones with adjacent hydrogens can effectively participate in three-component palladium-catalyzed carbenylative cross-coupling reactions of vinyl iodides while avoiding β-hydride elimination. Development of a palladium-catalyzed enantioselective carbene insertion into the N-H bond of aromatic heterocycles to obtain α-(N-indolyl)-α-arylesters and α-(N-carbazolyl)-α-arylesters, using α-diazo-α-arylacetates as palladium carbene precursors is also described. Aliphatic amines were also competent coupling partners in the reaction, affording biologically active piperdine derivatives in moderate yields. The reaction was applied towards the synthesis of a bioactive carbazole derivative in a concise manner. In a separate project an inductive machine learning reaction prediction program called Reaction Predicator has been trained and applied towards identification of plausible reaction products in ESI spectra. The reaction predictor training set has been expanded by the addition of new reactions written in our lab. Over 800 transition metal based training reactions have been written. In addition, over 10,000 new complex training reactions have been written and added to the training set. The Reaction Predictor pathway search feature has been customized to match products to unknown m/z peaks in ESI spectra. Pathway search was applied towards unknown identification in palladium-catalyzed N-H insertion reactions.

Subjects/Keywords: Organic chemistry; benzylpalladium; carbene; Gutman; indane; palladium; tetralin

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APA (6th Edition):

Gutman, E. (2017). Development of C-C and C-N Bond Forming Reactions Utilizing Palladium Carbene Intermediates and Reaction Predictor: Using Machine Learning to Help Identify Unknown Side-Products in Organic Reactions. (Thesis). University of California – Irvine. Retrieved from http://www.escholarship.org/uc/item/07p2s268

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Not specified: Masters Thesis or Doctoral Dissertation

Chicago Manual of Style (16th Edition):

Gutman, Eugene. “Development of C-C and C-N Bond Forming Reactions Utilizing Palladium Carbene Intermediates and Reaction Predictor: Using Machine Learning to Help Identify Unknown Side-Products in Organic Reactions.” 2017. Thesis, University of California – Irvine. Accessed August 08, 2020. http://www.escholarship.org/uc/item/07p2s268.

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MLA Handbook (7th Edition):

Gutman, Eugene. “Development of C-C and C-N Bond Forming Reactions Utilizing Palladium Carbene Intermediates and Reaction Predictor: Using Machine Learning to Help Identify Unknown Side-Products in Organic Reactions.” 2017. Web. 08 Aug 2020.

Vancouver:

Gutman E. Development of C-C and C-N Bond Forming Reactions Utilizing Palladium Carbene Intermediates and Reaction Predictor: Using Machine Learning to Help Identify Unknown Side-Products in Organic Reactions. [Internet] [Thesis]. University of California – Irvine; 2017. [cited 2020 Aug 08]. Available from: http://www.escholarship.org/uc/item/07p2s268.

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Not specified: Masters Thesis or Doctoral Dissertation

Council of Science Editors:

Gutman E. Development of C-C and C-N Bond Forming Reactions Utilizing Palladium Carbene Intermediates and Reaction Predictor: Using Machine Learning to Help Identify Unknown Side-Products in Organic Reactions. [Thesis]. University of California – Irvine; 2017. Available from: http://www.escholarship.org/uc/item/07p2s268

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3. Kolodney, Uri. A different war, a different sex : gay identity politics in Israeli cinema: Milḥamah aḥeret, seḳs aḥer : poliṭiḳah shel zehuyot homoseḳsualiyot be-ḳolnoʻa Yiśre'eli ṿe-yaḥasa el ha-etos ha-Tsiyoni.

Degree: MA, Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures, 2014, University of Texas – Austin

This thesis deals with gay identity politics and its relation to the Zionist ethos as it is portrayed in several Israeli films. It primarily analyzes two different points of view of two film directors whose homosexuality plays a central role in their cinematic work – Amos Gutman and Eytan Fox – and examines the way they perceive their gay lived experience. Analyzing Gutman’s Drifting (1983), Bar 51 (1985), and Himmo, King of Jerusalem (1987), I show how he encloses himself in his own queer universe and demands to be acknowledged as such, practicing his authenticity separately from the hegemonic discourse. On the other hand, the sexual politics in Fox’s Yossi & Jagger (2002) and Yossi (2012), suggests that homosexual men should join the national hegemonic space while ignoring their otherness. Since the films in question use the Zionist narrative and the national identity of their protagonists as points of reference, these two approaches are discussed in relation to the Zionist ethos. Several other films with similar points of reference are analyzed as well, including Fox’s Time Off (1990), Walk on Water (2004) and The Bubble (2006), Dan Wolman’s Hide & Seek (1979), Ayelet Menachemi’s Crows (1987), Nadav Gal’s A Different War (2003), Yair Hochner’s Good Boys (2005), and Mysh Rozanov’s Watch over Me (2010). Discussing the Zionist ethos, I emphasize Daniel Boyarin’s concept of the parallel between Jewishness, queerness, and abnormality. I show how the Zionist yearning for normalcy (the wish ‘to be like all nations’) and the identification of the homosexual as abnormal are embodied in the cinematic representations. The analysis in this thesis is mainly based on queer theory, as it strives to deconstruct and destabilize the traditional binaries of heterosexuality and show how the hegemonic discourse is based on those limited binaries. It challenges any political discourse that by naturalizing heterosexuality enforces heteronormative practices. By highlighting queer marginality in the cinematic text and linking it with elements of post-colonial theory and its analysis of the other, I show how gay identity politics discourse subverts or yields to the Zionist ethos. Advisors/Committee Members: Grumberg, Karen (advisor).

Subjects/Keywords: Gutman, Amos; Fox, Eytan; Wolman, Dan; Gays – Identity; Gays in motion pictures; Motion pictures, Israeli; Motion pictures – Israel – History; Homosexuality in motion pictures; Gutman, Amos, 1954-1993 – Criticism and interpretation; Fox, Eytan, 1964 – Criticism and interpretation; Wolman, Dan – Criticism and interpretation; Gays – Identity; Gay men – Israel; Homosexuality in motion pictures; Gays in motion pictures; Zionism in motion pictures; Motion pictures – Israel – History

…cinematic work – Amos Gutman and Eytan Fox – and examine the way they perceive their gay lived… …hebrew.pdf). 2 Although Amos Gutman directed two gay-themed short features in 1976 and 1977… …concepts and reveal their presence in the cinematic text. Gutman was accused by gay activists of… …Gutman portrayed and perceived gay existence as a tragic, hopeless experience. The ‘afflicted… …Phallocentrism and War in Kaniuk and Gutman's Himmo, King of Jerusalem, Literature/Film Quarterly… 

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APA (6th Edition):

Kolodney, U. (2014). A different war, a different sex : gay identity politics in Israeli cinema: Milḥamah aḥeret, seḳs aḥer : poliṭiḳah shel zehuyot homoseḳsualiyot be-ḳolnoʻa Yiśre'eli ṿe-yaḥasa el ha-etos ha-Tsiyoni. (Masters Thesis). University of Texas – Austin. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/2152/28286

Chicago Manual of Style (16th Edition):

Kolodney, Uri. “A different war, a different sex : gay identity politics in Israeli cinema: Milḥamah aḥeret, seḳs aḥer : poliṭiḳah shel zehuyot homoseḳsualiyot be-ḳolnoʻa Yiśre'eli ṿe-yaḥasa el ha-etos ha-Tsiyoni.” 2014. Masters Thesis, University of Texas – Austin. Accessed August 08, 2020. http://hdl.handle.net/2152/28286.

MLA Handbook (7th Edition):

Kolodney, Uri. “A different war, a different sex : gay identity politics in Israeli cinema: Milḥamah aḥeret, seḳs aḥer : poliṭiḳah shel zehuyot homoseḳsualiyot be-ḳolnoʻa Yiśre'eli ṿe-yaḥasa el ha-etos ha-Tsiyoni.” 2014. Web. 08 Aug 2020.

Vancouver:

Kolodney U. A different war, a different sex : gay identity politics in Israeli cinema: Milḥamah aḥeret, seḳs aḥer : poliṭiḳah shel zehuyot homoseḳsualiyot be-ḳolnoʻa Yiśre'eli ṿe-yaḥasa el ha-etos ha-Tsiyoni. [Internet] [Masters thesis]. University of Texas – Austin; 2014. [cited 2020 Aug 08]. Available from: http://hdl.handle.net/2152/28286.

Council of Science Editors:

Kolodney U. A different war, a different sex : gay identity politics in Israeli cinema: Milḥamah aḥeret, seḳs aḥer : poliṭiḳah shel zehuyot homoseḳsualiyot be-ḳolnoʻa Yiśre'eli ṿe-yaḥasa el ha-etos ha-Tsiyoni. [Masters Thesis]. University of Texas – Austin; 2014. Available from: http://hdl.handle.net/2152/28286

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