Resources on Literature and Holocaust Education for Adults Alexander, William.

“The Holocaust, Vietnam, and the Contemporary Student.” College English. 39.5. January 1978. Betten, Neil, Rodney Allen, and Cynthia Waddell. “Designing a Holocaust Institute for Educators: Opportunities and Problems.” Teaching History: A Journal of Methods. 25.2. Fall 2000. Blutinger, Jeffrey C. “Bearing Witness: Teaching the Holocaust from a Victim-Centered Perspective.” History Teacher. 42.3. May 2009. Carmon, Arye. “Problems in Coping with the Holocaust: Experiences with Students in a Multinational Program.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 450. July 1980. Cohen-Almagor, Raphael. “Hate in the Classroom: Free Expression, Holocaust Denial, and Liberal Education.” American Journal of Education. 114.2. February 2008. Donnelly, Mary Beth. “Educating Students About the Holocaust: A Survey of Teaching Practices.” Social Education. 70.1. January-February 2006. Gantt, Patricia M. and David A. Meier. “Remainders of Vanished Lives: Teaching the Painful Legacy of the Holocaust.” The Reference Librarian. 61-62. 1998. Garber, Zev. Teaching the Holocaust at a Two-Year Public College. 1983. Gleberzon, William. “Academic Freedom and Holocaust Denial Literature: Dealing with Infamy.” Interchange on Education. 14-15.4-1. 1983-1984. Hirschfield, Claire. “Teaching the Holocaust: A Conceptual Model.” Improving College and University Teaching. 29.1. Winter 1981. Lazar, Alon, Litvak-Hirsch, Tal, Bar-On, Dan, and Beyth-Marom, Ruth. “Through Psychological Lenses: University Students' Reflections Following the 'Psychology of the Holocaust' Course.” Educational Review. 61.1. February 2009. Lindquist, David H. “A Necessary Holocaust Pedagogy: Teaching the Teachers.” Issues in Teacher Education. 16.1. Spring 2007. Marks, Stephan. “Teaching about National Socialism and the Holocaust: Narrative Approaches to Holocaust Education.” Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education. 38.3. September 2007. Rusell, William Benedict, III. “Teaching the Holocaust with Online Art: A Case Study of High School Students.” Journal of Social Studies Research. 31.2. Fall 2007. Solkoff, Norman and William Sheridan Allen. “Teaching the Holocaust at the University Level.” Teaching of Psychology. 5.4. December 1978. Spalding, Elizabeth, Todd A. Savage, and Jesus Garcia. “The March of Remembrance and Hope: Teaching and Learning about Diversity and Social Justice through the Holocaust.” Teachers

College Record. 109.6. 2007. Spector, Karen. “God on the Gallows: Reading the Holocaust through Narratives of Redemption.” Research in the Teaching of English. 42.1. August 2007. Stillman, Lorry. The Spirit that Moves Us: Using Literature, Art, and Music to Teach about the Holocaust at the Secondary and College Level. Palermo, Maine: Holocaust Human Rights Center, 2001. Thomas, Gordon P. Educating for Empathy and Tolerance: Holocaust Studies and the Teaching of Writing. 2000. Totten, Samuel. “Incorporating Contemporaneous Newspaper Articles about the Holocaust into a Study of the Holocaust.” Reference Librarian. 61-62. 1998. Totten, Samuel. Remembering the Past, Educating for the Present and the Future: Personal and Pedagogical Stories of Holocaust Educators. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2002. Totten, Samuel, Paul R. Bartrop, and Steven Leonard Jacobs. Teaching About the Holocaust: Essays by College and University Teachers. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2004.