El legado intergeneracional del genocidio


  • Sam Gerson

Palabras clave:

holocausto, tatuaje, transgeneracional, trauma, sobreviviente, memoria, identificación, identidad, ausencia, pérdida, arte, representación


En el momento en que ella se estaba preparando para su Bat Mitzvah, mi hija preguntó: «¿Papá, con qué frecuencia piensas en el Holocausto?». Mi reacción inmediata fue «todo el tiempo», pero dije «todos los días». Ella estaba asombrada —al igual que yo—, y entonces preguntó: «¿En qué piensas cuando piensas en el Holocausto?».


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Biografía del autor/a

  • Sam Gerson

    California School of Professional Psychology and Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California.


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El legado intergeneracional del genocidio. (2016). Revista Uruguaya De Psicoanálisis, 123, 35-57. http://publicaciones.apuruguay.org/index.php/rup/article/view/204

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