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Holocaust Education for the New Millennium: Assessing our Progress
This article reviews some of the highlights of Holocaust education, suggesting that there is a need now for assessment of existing programmes. Since 1945, Western scholars and policy makers haveExpand
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The problematic in how women experience their work worlds today is eclipsed by glossy images of a mythical liberated woman catapulted to instant glory by an increasingly enlightened division ofExpand
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Are ethnomethodology and symbolic interactionism essentially the same? An examination of these perspectives suggests that each offers a unique contribution to sociological knowledge. Although bothExpand
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The Eichmann Trial
The Eichmann Trial, by Deborah E. Lipstadt. New York: Schocken Nextbook, 2011. 237 pp. $24.95. Deborah E. Lipstadt is the Dorot Professor of Modern Jewish History and Holocaust Studies at EmoryExpand
Hidden Children of the Holocaust: Belgian Nuns and Their Daring Rescue of Young Jews from the Nazis (review)
Whitney has made an authoritative contribution in this area and is already known as one of Canada’s leading authorities on modern European history. Her scholarship is unassuming, informed,Expand
War, Genocide and Atrocity in Yugoslavia: The ICTY and the Growth of International Law
This chapter will examine the conflagration in Yugoslavia during the 1990s and the role of international law in the recovery of community there in the past decade. Since remembrance of the pastExpand
Coming of Age in the Holocaust: The Last Survivors Remember
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The Eichmann Trial (review)