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The Museum’s Collections document the fate of Holocaust victims, survivors, rescuers, liberators, and others through artifacts, documents, photos, films, books, personal stories, and more. Search below to view digital records and find material that you can access at our library and at the Shapell Center.
A scholar's creation / Susan Garber A brief introduction / Steven Leonard Jacobs The domestication of a radical Jew: Paul of Tarsus / S. Scott Bartchy A "seminal" study of the Jesus Drasha in the Gospel of Matthew / Herb W. Basser The messy realities of life: a rereading of Numbers 19 and 20 / Joseph A. Edelheit A cosmopolitan "student of the sages:" Jacob of Kefar Nevoraia in rabbinic literature / Steven Fine Floating letters / Mayer I. Gruber Dialogue as praxis: a midrashic reading of Numbers 19-20 and Hebrews 9 / James F. Moore Testing the results of Richard Kalmin: a null hypothesis examined in the setting of Mishnah and Bavli tractate Moed Qatan / Jacob Neusner Creation and mortalization: a religio-literary perspective / Sara R. Mandell Jeremiah, the Shoah, and the restoration of Israel / Marvin Sweeney Jewish-Christian relations: a dialogue with Zev Garber / Eugene Fisher Who owns the truth?: the question of the "other" in postdenominational Judaism and Christianity (and Islam) in the next fifty years / Steven Leonard Jacobs The backward man and the Jewish giant: Mirrors of traumatic memory in the late photographs of Diane Arbus / Daniel Morris Developments in Catholic-Jewish relations: 1990 and beyond / John T. Pawlikowski Philo and the dangers of philosophizing / Louis H. Feldman Exegetical theology and divine suffering Jewish thought / Michael Fishbane Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel's paths to God / Harold Kasimow The reception of early German Haskalah in nineteenth-century Haskalah / Moshe Pelli Traveling in Ga(r)berdine / G. Jan Colijn Jewish studies without Jews: the growth of an academic field in Austria and Germany / Klaus Hödl The story of Shofar: an editor's personal account / Joseph Haberer "But it isn't on the test!" Holocaust education in the age of "No Child Left Behind" / Louanne Clayton Jacobs Spelling and Kabbalah: a review essay of Myla Goldberg's Bee season / Nancy Shiffrin What do Americans read when they read about the Holocaust? / Lawrence Baron The evolution and devolution of a world apart: the Nazi concentration camps and the Holocaust / Paul R. Bartrop Soft-core Holocaust denial: trivialization and sanitization in the early twenty-first century / Michael Berenbaum The scroll of the Shoah: the case for the writings of Yitzhak Katzenelson as the basis of a future Jewish post-Shoah Jewish theology / Samuel M. Edelman "Thou shalt teach it to thy children": what American Jewish children's literature teaches about the Holocaust / Peter Haas Once more to the Jabbok: the place of midrashic dialogue in post-Shoah hermeneutics / Henry F. Knight Portraits of two Jewries: experiencing the Shoah through fiction / Richard Libowitz No vindication to venomous verdict: the poem "Mr. Auschwitz" by Ronny Someck / Yair Mazor Holocaust or Shoah: the Greek category versus Jewish thought / David Patterson What have we learned from the Holocaust? / John K. Roth On oil and Antisemitism / Richard L. Rubenstein Disraeli's boomerang efforts to combat Antisemitism: the interplay of ideas of race, religion, and conspiracy / Frederick M. Schweitzer Writing / William Wallis The language of memory / Ann Weiss Hebrew literature, academic politics, and feminist criticism: a confessional essay / Esther Fuchs The folktales of Rabbi Yosef Hayyim / Lev Hakak The Sha'ar ha-shamayim synagogue (Keniset Ismā'īlīyah) in Cairo, Egypt / Rivka Kern-Ulmer On three early incidences of Hebrew script in western art / Harris Lenowitz The literary quest for national revival: from Hazaz's "The sermon" (1942) to Yehoshua's Mr. Mani (1990) / Gilead Morahg The two-bodied people: their cosmos, and the origin of the soul / Ziony Zevit A Garber bibliography.
Learn about over 1,000 camps and ghettos in Volume I and II of this encyclopedia, which are available as a free PDF download. This reference provides text, photographs, charts, maps, and extensive indexes.