Dapim: Studies on the Holocaust

Dapim: Studies on the Holocaust is an inter-disciplinary publication which promotes the study of the Holocaust period and the issue of anti-Semitism through the various disciplines and methodologies, and gives expression to new research agendas in Israel and around the world.

The journal's aim is to provide a platform through which our readers are informed of the most recent and innovative research done in the various fields and in different countries. As part of this agenda, we encourage the publication of research done on contemporary issues such as collective memory of the Holocaust in museums, educational programs and cultural expressions such as film, literature, art and theatre; psychological adjustment of survivors in their old age and more.

Publishes 3 issues a year.

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Latest articles

Volume 30 (2)

Testimonies, Liminality Rituals and the Memory of the Self in the Concentration Camps
Moriya Rachmani, vol. 30 (2): 75-92
Am I My Brother’s Keeper? The Jewish Committees in the Ghettos of Mogilev Province and the Romanian Regime in Transnistria during the Holocaust, 1941–1944
Gali Tibon, vol. 30 (2): 93-116
‘It Is Not My Fault That You Are Jewish!’: Jews, Czechs, and the Memory of the Holocaust in Film, 1949–2009
Tatjana Lichtenstein, vol. 30 (2): 117-141
Mothers, Monsters, Heroes and Whores: Reinscribing Patriarchy in European Holocaust Films
Deb Waterhouse-Watson, vol. 30 (2): 142-157

Volume 30 (1)

Pushing Aside the Nazi: Personal and Collective Exculpation and the Everyday German in Markus Zusak's The Book Thief
Kirril Shields, vol. 30 (1): 1-15
Subjugated Motherhood and the Holocaust
Esther Hertzog, vol. 30 (1): 16-34
Abandoning Representations: Holocaust Imageries in Late Israeli Art Music
Assaf Shelleg, vol. 30 (1): 35-52
National Socialism and the English Genius: Revisiting George Orwell's Political Views on Nazi Ideology
Danae Karydaki, vol. 30 (1): 53-73

Volume 29 (3)

Editorial Board
vol. 29 (3): 0-0
The Final Stage of the Holocaust
Kobi Kabalek, vol. 29 (3): 135-137
Evacuating the Camps: The Last Collective Crime of Nazi Society
Martin Clemens Winter, vol. 29 (3): 138-153
The Politics of Human Remains at the ‘Peripheries of the Holocaust’
Zuzanna Dziuban, vol. 29 (3): 154-172
The Fortune of Survival – Intermarried German Jews in the Dying Breath of the ‘Thousand-Year Reich’
Maximilian Strnad, vol. 29 (3): 173-196
Survival of a Peculiar Remnant: The Jewish Population of Vienna During the Last Years of the War
Michaela Raggam-Blesch, vol. 29 (3): 197-221
Everyday Life and Survival at Mauthausen during the Final Stages of War: The Hungarian Jews
Regina Fritz, vol. 29 (3): 222-239
Edges of History and Memory: The ‘Final Stage’ of the Holocaust
Kobi Kabalek, vol. 29 (3): 240-263

Volume 29 (2)

Personal Action as Collectivist Reconciliation: Children of ‘Aryan’ Citizens of Nazi Germany Living in Israel
Eli Somer, vol. 29 (2): 81-100
Portugal, Jewish Refugees, and the Holocaust
Irene Flunser Pimentel, vol. 29 (2): 101-113
Nationalities, Histories, Rhetorics: Real/Reel Representations of the Holocaust and Holocaust Trials and a Poethics of Film and Law
Caroline Joan S. Picart, vol. 29 (2): 114-133

Volume 29 (1)

Playing for Their Lives: Music, Musicians and Trauma in Holocaust Film
Deb Waterhouse-Watson, vol. 29 (1): 1-16