Library and Resource Center
Library and Resource Center
Center Lectures and Testomonies
The CJHPS' new Library and Resource Center is located in Edwin Duncan Hall, 102 Suite. It is open to the ASU and broader publics during the office hours of the CJHPS. The collections include key scholarly journals, thousands of books, DVDs and rare archival materials pertaining to Jewish, Holocaust, and Peace Studies. The library also has two work stations for easy access to the USC Shoah Foundation's 55,000 survivor testimonies. It functions like a Central European Präsenzbibliothek, i.e. materials can be used on site and manually checked out inside the library.
Research and Teaching Resources
- Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum, Poland
- European Holocaust Research Infrastructure, Portal to Holocaust-related archival material held in institutions across Europe and beyond
- Jewish Museum Berlin, from the Stiftung Jüdisches Museum Berlin
- Leo Baeck Institute, New York City, includes digitized German-Jewish periodicals and other collections on German Jewry
- Memorial de la Shoah, includes archives of the Center of Contemporary Jewish Documentation (CDJC), Paris
- Wiener Library for the Study of the Holocaust and Genocide, London
- Yad Vashem - The Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority, Jerusalem includes
Central Database of Shoah Victims' Names and Holocaust Film Database
- Tel Aviv Review is an English-language podcast network based in Tel Aviv. Its acclaimed shows engage local and international audiences on topics in Israel that matter, whether from street-level or the hallways of government. Sponsored by the Van Leer Institute in Jerusalem.
- Wiener Library, Tel Aviv University(most of their archival holdings are already digitized and available on-line). Their collections include sources on anti-Semitism, Nazism and the Holocaust, including late 1930s survivor testimony.
- Ghetto Fighters House Museum and Archive, Akko; with excellent and still underused collections on the Shoah (Catalog)
- Anne Frank Center USA Website
- Armenian National Institute
- Association of Holocaust Organizations (AHO)
- The Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies University of Minnesota
- Captured German and Related Records on Microfilm
- Visual History Archive, USC Shoah Foundation, Los Angeles, California
- Simon Wiesenthal Center Los Angeles
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Washington, includes On-line Photo Archives; Oral History Archive and Film and Video Archive
- Yale University's Cambodian Genocide Program
North Carolina Teaching Resources
- N.C. Council on the Holocaust
- The Holocaust: A North Carolina Teacher's Resource, by Linda Scher, 1998, 158 pages.
- The Holocaust: A Personal North Carolina History 15 minute VHS Video.
- Witnesses to the Horror: North Carolinians Remember the Holocaust, by Cecile Holmes White, 1987, 137 pages.
- Catalog of CJHPS Library and Resource Center (Edwin Duncan Hall, 108H)
- ASU Belk Library Collection
- Reading List on the Armenian Genocide and Its Denial (DOCX)