Resources on Holocaust Education
Aboud, Francis. Children and Prejudice. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1988.Amazon.comBen-Bassat, Nurith. “Holocaust Awareness and Education in the United States.”
.95.Fall 2000. 403-23.Berger, Jenna. “Review Essay: Teaching History, Teaching Tolerance. Holoacaust Education inHouston.”
The Public Historian
. 25.4. Autumn 2003.Bolkosky, Sidney M. Ellisa, Betty Rottberg, and David Harris.
A Holocaust Curriculum: LifeUnworthy of Life: An 18-Lesson Instructional Unit.
Farmington Hills, MI: Center for the Studyof the Child, 1987.Brown, M. and Davies, I. “The Holocaust and Education for Citizenship: The Teaching of History, Religion, and Human Rights in England.”
. 50.1. 1998.Chartock, Roselle. “Teaching About the Holocaust.”
. 68. Feb-March 1979. 37.Coles, Robert.
The Call of Stories: Teaching and the Moral Imagination
. Boston:Houghton Mifflin, 1989.Cooper, Ruth Ann.“From Holocaust to Hope: Teaching the Holocaust in Middle School.”
Middle School Journal
. 25.3. March 1994.Davies, Ian.
Teaching the Holocaust: Educational Dimensions, Principles, and Practice
. London:Continuum, 2000.Dawidowicz, Lucy. “How They Teach the Holocaust.”
What is the Use of Jewish History
?Dawidowicz, ed. New York: Schocken Books, 1992.Drew, Margaret A. “Merging History and Literature in Teaching About Genocide.
.55.2. February 1991.Fallace, Thomas D.
The Emergence of Holocaust Education in American Schools
. New York: PalgraveMacmillan, 2008.Fallace, Thomas D. “The Origins of Holocaust Education in American Public Schools.”
Holocaust and Genocide Studies
. 20.1. Spring 2006.Farnham, James. “Ethical Ambiguity and the Teaching of the Holocaust.”
. 72.4. April 1983.Friedlander, Henry. “Toward a Methodology of Teaching about the Holocaust.”
. 80.3. February 1979.Johnson, Rebecca Kelch. “Junior High/Middle School: Teaching the Holocaust.”
. 69.7 October 1980.