These books were just firm-ordered Browse title in MNCAT in a few weeks to check for availability
Reframing Holocaust Testimony. Shenker, Noah Ebook 2015
Konrad Morgen: The Conscience Of A Nazi Judge. Pauer-Studer, Herlinde Ebook 2015
Landscapes Of Memory And Impunity: The Aftermath Of The Amia Bombing In Jewish Argentina Cloth 2015
Memory: A History Ebook 2015
“From July 2013 to June 2015, the Institute added seven full access sites and 12 small collection sites around the world. With the addition of the Armenian Genocide and Nanjing Massacre collections, the Visual History Archive includes testimony from five new countries (from 57 to 62) and six new languages (33 to 39).” – See more at: http://sfi.usc.edu/news/2015/07/9685-new-institute-stats-show-%E2%80%9Ceyes-testimony%E2%80%9D-nearly-doubled-year#sthash.tPf9TJv5.dpuf
We’ve added a link in our Libraries online catalog to PastForward, the excellent annual digest published by the University of Southern California Shoah Foundation Institute. Remember to search for PastForward as a single word (not case-sensitive though).
USC SFI has lots of helpful information about their work, the Visual History Archive and free resources for educators and for the general public. Check it out!
If you are interested in learning more about Sir Nicholas Winton, who died this week (see NYT article) we have one book plus another on order.
In addition there are 11 Holocaust survivor testimonies (some English, some Czech ) referring to him in the Shoah Foundation Institute’s Visual History Archive, to which the University of Minnesota Libraries subscribe.
The Libraries own:
Nicholas Winton and the rescued generation : save one life, save the world
Muriel Emanuel; Vera Gissing London ; Portland, OR : Vallentine Mitchell 2002
Wilson Library General Collection (DS135.E6 W564 2002 )
If it’s not impossible– : the life of Sir Nicholas Winton /
Winton, Barbara, 1953- Kibworth Beauchamp : Matador, 2014
Worth checking: Selected Resources for Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Books ordered in Holocaust and Genocide Studies May 2015
These books were just firm-ordered (there are also books that come automatically; I’ll post those in the near future). Browse title in MNCAT in a few weeks to check for availability
Armenian Genocide in Literature Perceptions of Those Who Lived Through the Years of Calamity. Peroomian, Rubina Dr Cloth 2012
Music and Genocide Cloth 2015
Goddess of Buttercups and Daisies: a Novel. Millar, Martin Paper 2015
Washing the Dead: a Novel. Brafman, Michelle Paper 2015
Genocide Convention: The Travaux Preparatoires Ebook 2008
The University of Minnesota holds many resources on the Armenian genocide. Here is a bibliography of resources; you may search our online catalog to search for newer or additional items. For example use the subject keywords armenian massacres and you may want to change the “Sorted by” option to “Newest first”.
This resource was linked on the UThink version of this blog. Since UThink will be retired, I’m re-posting it here for your convenience.
100 Years of Genocide
International Student Conference
University of Minnesota
Humphrey School of Public Affairs, Room 25
April 24, 2015
excerpt:As we approach the 100th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, The Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, the Human Rights Program, the Institute for Global Studies, and the Ohanessian Chair will be hosting three days of events to commemorate this centennial. More at https://events.umn.edu/041326
Check our catalog in a few weeks for availability www.lib.umn.edu
After The Fact: The Holocaust In Twenty-First Century Documentary Film. Prager, Brad, 1971- Paper 2015
Brief Stop On The Road From Auschwitz; Trans. By Sarah Death. Rosenberg, Goran, 1948- Cloth 2015
Speaking The Unspeakable In Postwar Germany: Toward A Public Discourse On The Holocaust. Boos, Sonja, 1972- Paper 2014
Human Remains And Mass Violence: Methodical Approaches Cloth 2015
God, Faith & Identity From The Ashes: Reflections Of Children And Grandchildren Of Holocaust Survivors. Cloth 2015
The University Libraries offers a variety of online tutorials from citation searching (who’s been citing whom?) to Getting the Most out of Google Scholar. Check it out!