Facts, definitions, and overviews
Laws, legislation, and government reports
Maps and atlases
Full-text articles in biology, chemistry, education, engineering, humanities, physics, psychology, religion and theology, sociology, etc. Tip: Click the check box to limit to Academic (Peer Reviewed) Journals.
Index to articles published from 1991-present in over 250 alternative, radical, and liberal publications that report and analyze the practices and theories of cultural, economic, political, and social change.
Search 2,000 scholarly journals on the history of the United States and Canada from prehistory to the present (the rest of the world is covered in Historical Abstracts).
Search over 2,000 scholarly journals covering the history of the world from 1450 to the present (excluding the United States and Canada, which are covered in America: History and Life).
note: 1954 to present
Print Location: Miller Center Reference Index Shelves
Index to articles published on topics in the social sciences including sociology, anthropology, geography, economics, political science, and law.
Print Location: REF DS195.5 .A738 1985x
Reprints of American newspaper articles concerning the Armenian genocide. Includes chronology of news accounts.
Print Location: REF Z6374 .H6 E33 1986
Print Location: REF DS102.8 .B46 1989
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Print Location: REF D810.J4 .H5 1985b
Print Location: REF D804.25 .E67 1997
An easy-to-use resource on the Holocaust is rich in factual and statistical information, and provides a comprehensive compilation of the people and terms that are essential for an understanding of the Holocaust. In 2,000 entries, it profiles major personalities, covers concentration and death camps, cities and countries, and significant events. Also included are important terms translated from German, French, Polish, Yiddish, and twelve other languages. Biographical entries give a brief history, the person's significance, and their historical context. Geographical entries pinpoint exact locations using other cities or countries as landmarks, and give the number of Jewish inhabitants before Nazi occupation, and the percentage of Jews killed. Historical background is provided for such events as Kristallnacht and the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, and entries on concentration and death camps give details on the nationalities interned, the camp's specific location, and its history.
This reference is impressive in its scope and includes major perpetrators, bystanders, collaborators, victims, rescuers such as Righteous Gentiles, Jewish ghetto fighters, and partisans. It also explores the role of women and the complicity of physicians and industrialists during the Holocaust more fully than any other reference. This dictionary provides the information needed by students whose understanding of the Holocaust is limited by the absence of a single accessible research text.
Print Location: REF DS102.8 .E496
SCSU owns both the original print and the updated online editions of this title. The updated online edition of this classic work includes more than 21,000 entries on all aspects of Jewish life, culture, history, and religion.
Print Location: REF HV6322.7 .E53 1999
Alphabetical entries define names, places, and events associated with genocide, and major sections deal with the Armenian genocide, the Holocaust, and the process, detection, denial, and prevention of genocide.
Print Location: REF PN56 .H55 E53 2002
Organized by authors, this reference work provides entry into this unique genre of literature encompassing novels, diaries and dramas depicting individual "struggle to return to life, meaning, and identity" following the horrors of the Holocaust. Appendix includes listings by: authors' birth, country of origin, as well as birth name. In addition there is a bibliography of primary works as well as critical studies.
Print Location: REF D804.3 .E53 1990
The first place to start research on the Holocaust. Longer entries which include bibliography 4 vols. - arranged alphabetically
Print Location: DD256.5 .S92 1989
An encyclopedia of the Third Reich. Short entries dealing with the people, places, and events of the Third Reich.
Print Location: REF D804.25 .F57 1999
Print Location: REF D804.17 .H65 2001
A three volume detailed timeline of events leading up to the Holocaust through the Nuremberg Trials. Includes many primary source documents that have been reproduced. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Print Location: REF Z6374 .H6 1985
Print Location: REF BM50 .E47 2001
Judaism--Terminology. Subject: Hebrew language--Terms and phrases. Includes bibliographical references (p. 185-187) and index.
Print Location: REF D804.33 .L43 2001
A four volume encyclopedia written for the beginning student's introduction to the Holocaust. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Print Location: D804.3 .L355 1994
Print Location: REF D804.3 .F42 2002x
Print Location: REF D804.18 .R46 2001
Topical encyclopedia arranged by broad subject areas: Volume 1:History Volume 2:Ethics and Religion Volume 3:Memory Essays on specific subjects written by known scholars in the field. Includes index
Print Location: REF D11 .G78 2005
Provides chronological tables that cover, for a given year, worldwide politics, religion, the arts, and science. This work provides an interdisciplinary and global picture of a period.
Print Location: REF G1797.21 .E29 G58 1993
Includes a large amount of text. Authored by a Holocaust scholar Martin Gilbert.
Print Location: REF G1797 .E29 1996
Published by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Includes charts with the layout of the death camps and gazetteer of place names.
Print Location: Atlas G1038 .T6 1989
It covers sophisticated presentations on such less-obvious subjects for an atlas such as resistance, intelligence, and special operations. The book's core is its operational maps.
Site contains a summary of the Aremenian genocide, bibliography, articles and links to other genocide sites.
The University of Minnesota's site for Holocaust and Genocide information.
This site provides many examples for citing online resources in the bibliography of a humanities, social science or science research paper. See Preparing the Bibliographic Material once you have linked to this page.
An electronic library of Holocaust materials.
A non-profit organization that provides teachers with professional development through institutes and seminars. "For more than 25 years, Facing History has engaged teachers and students of diverse backgrounds in an examination of racism, prejudice, and antisemitism in order to promote the development of a more humane and informed citizenry,"(From Website).
An international center for Holocaust remembrance and the defense of human rights and the Jewish people. This site is a major contribution in the electronic dissemination of Holocaust and human rights resources. Includes the Museum of Tolerance and CyberWatch (dedicated to fighting hatred).
A resource that includes teaching resources and updates on hate crimes.
The foundation is a non-profit organization founded by Steven Spielberg. It is dedicated to videotaping as many Holocaust survivor testimonies as possible, all over the world, for historical preservation, research and educational use.
The museum is dedicated to presenting the history of the Holocaust through a variety of methods including artifacts, photographs and cinematographic materials.
Yad Vashem is the Holocaust and Martyrs' and Heroes' memorial and archives located in Jerusalem; numerous resources are available online.
Print Location: REF D810 .J4 H655
Reprints of primary source documents. Divided into four areas: 1)Planning and Preparation 2)The Killing of the Jews 3)Rescue Attempts 4)Punishment
Print Location: REF D638.A7 T6 2000x
"In February 1916 the British government commissioned James Bryce and Arbold Toynbee to compile evidence concerning 'recent events in Armenia'." Includes index.
Print Location: U.S. Gov. Docs. REF D 102:8:vol.1-15
Complete transcript of the Nuremberg war trials. The green set is in English.
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