Welcome! Click on the blue tabs running across the top of the page or on the Table of Contents links in the left-hand column to find reference works, secondary literary criticism, and primary works of literature concerned with postmemory and the Holocaust. Ue this guide for help citing your sources and creating an annotated bibliography.
Questions? Wish to meet with your librarian? Use the links in the Guide Author box in the right-hand column to contact me and/or schedule your one-on-one research consultation.
Gitenstein Library is a partner site for Yale University’s Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies, which records, collects, and preserves Holocaust witness testimonies. The Fortunoff Archive holds more than 4,400 testimonies, which are comprised of over 12,000 recorded hours of videotape. See Instructions for registering and accessing the Archives.
Experiencing History: Holocaust Sources In Context provides access to digital primary sources from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Create an account to begin exploring diaries, letters, photographs, historic film footage, artistic responses, testimonies, and more.
Find below select articles from the latest issue of Holocaust and Genocide Studies, an important journal made available through TCNJ Library. Click on "Website" at the bottom of the box to browse or keyword search all issues of this journal published since 2003.