The Center makes significant contributions to Holocaust studies through the publication of some of the most important works in the field.
The Center disseminates scholarship in the field of Holocaust studies through copublishing arrangements for and direct publication of monographs (books), occasional papers, translations, testimonial materials, reprints, and more. The Center also has editorial responsibility for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, the premier international journal for Holocaust and genocide scholarship.
The Center’s dedicated team of Applied Research Scholars research and publish leading sources for Holocaust scholarship, such as the Museum’s award-winning Encyclopedia of Camps and Ghettos, 1933–1945 and the multivolume series Documenting Life and Destruction: Holocaust Sources in Context.
The Emerging Scholars Program ensures that the best and brightest of a new generation of scholars produce first-class publications in the timely fashion required to achieve tenure at institutions of higher learning. To date, the program has helped more than 50 current and former Center Fellows craft strong publication proposals, refine sample chapters, and identify editors and publishers most appropriate to their projects.