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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Robert Hauptman; Susan Hubbs Motin
|Notes:||Særtryk af The reference librarian, nos 61/62 1998|
|Contents:||Contents Introduction Part I: Memories Auschwitz-Birkenau Viewing the Impossible: The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Blue Tattoo: The Creative Process Five Poems from Lyn Lifshin's Blue Tattoo Part II: Research Preparing a Holocaust Unit for High School Students A Holocaust Resource Center Becomes a Beehive: The Case of the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Remainders of Vanished Lives: Teaching the Painful Legacy of the Holocaust Incorporating Contemporaneous Newspaper Articles About the Holocaust into a Study of the Holocaust How Silent Were the Churches? Canadian Protestantism and the Jewish Plight During the Nazi Era: Notes on Method Comparative Genocide Studies and the Future Directions of Holocaust Research: An Exploration The Holocaust and Business as Usual: Congressional Source Materials Separating the Qualitative to Quantitative Dimension from the Data Versus Analyses Distinction: Another Way to Study Holocaust Survivors The Nazi Origins of Eduard Pernkopf's Topographische Anatomie des Menschen: The Biomedical Ethical Issues Getting It Right: Some Thoughts on the Role of the Holocaust Historian Part III: Reference Holocaust Autobiography Examining the Holocaust Through the Lives and Literary Works of Victims and Survivors: An Ideal Unit of Study for the English Classroom Selected Issues in Holocaust Denial Literature and Reference Work Reference Strategies and Reference Sources About the Holocaust: A Case Study Whose Holocaust Is It, Anyway? The "H" Word in Library Catalogs Overlooked Reference Tools for Researching the Holocaust Closing Circles, Opening Pathways: The Reference Librarian and the Holocaust Expand Reference Resources: Research the Holocaust Through the Internet Locating Holocaust Information on the Internet Holocaust Resources on the Internet A Presence and Usage Survey Holocaust Denial and the Internet Reference Notes Included Index|
|Responsibility:||Edited by Robert Hauptman and Susan Hubbs Motin|