The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies disseminates scholarship in the field of Holocaust studies through a number of publications. Learn more about them below.
Works include volumes by leading Holocaust scholars, translations, Holocaust testimonies, reprints of classic volumes in the field, and more.
This scholarly journal features research articles, interpretive essays, book reviews, and more.
The Museum assists first-time authors in publishing their research.
Americans and the Holocaust is a valuable resource for college-level courses, advanced secondary students, and historians. It contains more than 100 primary sources that reveal how Americans responded to Nazism. Sources help readers understand how Americans’ responses were shaped by the challenging circumstances in the United States during the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s.
This series details the more than 44,000 sites of persecution that comprised the vast Nazi camps system.
A groundbreaking series that presents a rich trove of sources to illuminate the experiences of victims and survivors of the Holocaust, perpetrators, and witnesses.
Explore papers from Mandel Center symposia, lectures, and other programs.
Most Mandel Center-sponsored books can be purchased at our Museum Shop and from other booksellers. The Museum Shop also offers select foreign-language versions, which can be purchased by calling 800.259.9998.
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