Bibliographic update April 2017: All

Cultural History

Robert Beachy, Gay Berlin: The Birthplace of a Modern Identity
vol. 5 (2): 228-230

Dapim: Studies on the Holocaust

The Living Dead of George Romero and Steven Spielberg: America, the Holocaust and the Figure of the Zombie
William Graebner, vol. 31 (1): 1-26
What Do We Know about the Deportation of Jews from the Warsaw Ghetto to Bobruysk and Smolensk in the Spring and Summer of 1942?
Lea Prais, vol. 31 (1): 27-44
The Jewish Women at the Union Factory, Auschwitz 1944: Resistance, Courage and Tragedy
Ronnen Harran, vol. 31 (1): 45-67
What Do We Know about the Deportation of Jews from the Warsaw Ghetto to Bobruysk and Smolensk in the Spring and Summer of 1942?
Lea Prais, vol. 31 (1): 27-44
The Jewish Women at the Union Factory, Auschwitz 1944: Resistance, Courage and Tragedy
Ronnen Harran, vol. 31 (1): 45-67
The Living Dead of George Romero and Steven Spielberg: America, the Holocaust and the Figure of the Zombie
William Graebner, vol. 31 (1): 1-26
Preface
James E. Young, vol. 30 (3): 159-161
Holocaust Commemoration: New Trends in Museums and Memorials
Michal Aharony, vol. 30 (3): 162-165
Holocaust and Heroism in the Process of Establishing Yad Vashem (1942–1970)
Doron Bar, vol. 30 (3): 166-190
Is Eastern European ‘Double Genocide’ Revisionism Reaching Museums?
Dovid Katz, vol. 30 (3): 191-220
From the Periphery to the Center of Memory: Holocaust Memorials in Vienna
Heidemarie Uhl, vol. 30 (3): 221-242
Transmitting the Survivor’s Voice: Redeveloping the Sydney Jewish Museum
Avril Alba, vol. 30 (3): 243-257
Mixed Metaphors in Muranów: Holocaust Memory and Architectural Meaning at the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews
Gavriel D. Rosenfeld, vol. 30 (3): 258-273
Yad Layeled at the Ghetto Fighters’ House: A Museum about Children in the Holocaust or a Museum for Children about the Holocaust?
Nadav Heidecker, vol. 30 (3): 274-281
Genocide and Relevance: Current Trends in United States Holocaust Museums
Leah Angell Sievers, vol. 30 (3): 282-295
Subjects of Memory? On Performing Holocaust Memory in Two German Historical Museums
Irit Dekel, vol. 30 (3): 296-314
Poetics of Memory: Aesthetics and Experience of Holocaust Remembrance in Museums
Jennifer Hansen-Glucklich, vol. 30 (3): 315-334

East European Jewish Affairs

Editor's Introduction
Anna Shternshis, vol. 46 (3): 239-240
Introduction to The New Wave of Russian Jewish American Culture
Anna Katsnelson, vol. 46 (3): 241-244
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