Holocaust Studies

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Samantha Baskind

  • The Warsaw Ghetto in the American Cultural Imagination
  • Art and the Holocaust: Survival and Remembrance

Judah Cohen

  • What We Can Learn from Holocaust-themed Musicals

Hasia Diner

  • No Generation of Silence: American Jews Remember the Holocaust, 1945-1967

Glenn Dynner

  • “Godfearers”:  Hasidism and Orthodoxy in Poland Before and During the Holocaust

David Engel

  • The Holocaust and Modernity Reconsidered
  • Jewish-Ukrainian Relations in the Twentieth Century
  • The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in Changing Retrospect
  • A Jewish Collaborator Confesses: The Strange Life and Afterlife of Calek Perechodnik

Richard A. Freund

  • Holocaust Studies, Archaeology and Geoscience: The New Frontier

Atina Grossmann

  • Jews, Germans, and Allies in Occupied Germany: Entangled Histories and Lost Memories
  • Gender and the Holocaust: Continuing Research and New Interpretations
  • Transnational Jewish Refugee Stories: Soviet Central Asia, Iran, and India as Sites of Relief and Refuge for European Jews during World War II
  • Writing Hybrid Jewish Histories: Emotional and Scholarly Challenges of Mining the Family Archive for the History of Flight, Refuge, Loss, and Restitution

Susannah Heschel

  • Jesus as Aryan Hero: The Peculiar Conversion of Christianity into National Socialism during the Third Reich

Robin Judd

  • Fraternizing With My Brother: Jewish Chaplains and Displaced Persons in Liberated Germany
  • The Girls They Didn’t Leave Behind: Jewish War Brides and Soldier Husbands, 1945–1950
  • What’s Love Got To Do With It? Marriage and Recovery in the Aftermath of the Shoah

Marion Kaplan

  • Jewish Women and Families in Nazi Germany
  • Jewish Families After Kristallnacht
  • The Jewish Refugee Settlement in the Dominican Republic: 1940-45

Thomas Pegelow Kaplan

  • Reconsidering the Spatial Terms of Jewish and Holocaust Historiography: Trans-European and Global Jewish Petitioning During the Shoah
  • Struggling for Survival: German Jews, Germans of Jewish Ancestry and the Contestation of ‘Racial’ Descent in the Hitler State
  • Language and Systematic Mass Murder: Post-Linguistic Turn Reflections on the Study of the Holocaust and Genocide
  • Jewish (R)Émigrés, Leftist Protest Movements and Social Memories of Mass Murder in 1960s West Germany and the United States

Debra Renee Kaufman

  • The Holocaust: From the Margins to the Center in Western Popular Culture
  • What Place the Holocaust Has in Contemporary Identity Narratives among 20- to 30-Year-Old Non-Descendents in the US and Israel
  • ‘Doing Justice’ and Post-Holocaust Jewish Identity among Millenials
  • ‘Never Again’: The Universal and Particular Message in Post-Holocaust Identity Narratives
  • Making the Secular Sacred: Post-Holocaust Narratives and Jewish Identity

Emily J. Levine

  • A Short History of European Anti-Semitism

James Loeffler

  • Beyond Babi Yar: The Holocaust in Soviet Music

Michael A. Meyer

  • Jewish Life in Nazi Germany
  • The Significance of the Holocaust for Christians and Jews

Sven-Erik Rose

Hunger and Literary Form in Holocaust Ghetto Writings

Jeffrey Shandler

  • Seeing As Believing: Watching Videotaped Interviews with Holocaust Survivors
  • Behold the Vanished World: Visions of Prewar East European Jewish Life after the Holocaust
  • The Holocaust on American Television
  • Jews Fighting Prejudice on American Radio, 1939-1955
  • Anne Frank from Diary to Book and Beyond

Anna Shternshis

  • Evacuation and Escape of Soviet Jews during World War II

Jeffrey Veidlinger

  • Pogroms, Peace, War, Revolution and Holocaust
  • Listening and Remembering: Experiences in Oral History
  • Some Kind of Victory: Jewish Life in the Postwar Soviet Union
  • The Shoah in the Shtetl: Holocaust Memories from Ukraine

Yael Zerubavel

  • Masada and the Holocaust as Historical Metaphors