Explores the concept of trauma and resilience in children during the Holocaust, as well as the effects today of teaching and learning about it.
An interdisciplinary journal for Holocaust educators:
Additional resources mentioned in various essays in Volume 1:
A Survivor's Story (see “My Mother, My Art: Reflections from a Child of a Survivor,” p. 33) --/
Healing Story Alliance (see “Arts Education After Auschwitz: Students, Survivors, and Storytelling in the U.S. Premiere of ‘Witness Theater,’” p. 38) --/
Remember: Camps --/
Jewish Virtual Library: Concentration Camps --/
The History of Auschwitz (All of these sites are found in “The Necessity of Darkness: The Pedagogic Imperative to Teach About the Death Camps,” p. 7)