Mastering the Liberal Arts I: Readings in Genocide Studies



This is a list of some of the resources in the Paul Robeson Library, and on the Internet, concerning the Holocaust. For more information please ask a reference librarian.





Reference Works

Holocaust Encyclopedia / Ref D 804.25 H66 2001
Holocaust and World War II Almanac / Ref D 804.17 H65 2001
Encyclopedia of the Holocaust / Ref D 804.3 E53 1990
The Holocaust / Ref D 804.3 F58 198
Historical Dictionary of the Holocaust / REF D 804.25 F57 1999
Dictionary of the Holocause / REF D 804.25 E67 1997
Bibliography on Holocaust Literature / REF D 804.3 E33 1986
Encyclopedia of German Resistance to the Nazi Movement / REF dd 265.5 .L51313 1997
Encyclopedia of the Third Reich / REF DD 256.5 .G76313 1991
Holocaust Literature / REF PN 56 H55 H66 2002
Holocaust Encyclopedia / REF D 804.25 H66 2001
Nazism, Resistance, and Holocaust in World War II / REF D 810 J4 L37 1988

 

Locating Books

Use the names of individuals you are researching or these subject headings when looking for books in IRIS, the Rutgers Libraries Catalog:

Be aware that items at the Alexander Library in New Brunswick purchased before c. 1970 and not checked out since then are not included in IRIS. We have a copy of their old card catalog from c. 1970 on microfilm. Ask at the Reference Desk for more information.

When using IRIS try using the "search everything" option. Search for personal names or keywords associated with your topic.

Two other catalogs may be useful in locating resources for your paper. Both will include some primary sources. You can request items from these catalogs on interlibrary loan.

Appropriate Journal Indexes

The library has several journal indexes available. The best index for you will depend on your topic. Some of the general indexes that are likely to be relevant are:

Selected Internet Resources

Holocaust Museum (http://www.ushmm.org)

Yah Vashem, the Holocaust Martyr's and Heroes' Remembrance Authority (http://www.yad-vashem.org.il/index.html)
Witnesses (http://remember.org/witness/index.html#Witness)
Holocaust Memorial Center (http://www.holocaustcenter.org/links/links_rig.shtml)



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