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New Books in Genocide, Holocaust, and Memory Studies
Announcements and Discussion
2017 Lemkin Book Award: Call for Nominations
The Institute for the Study of Genocide's Lemkin Award honors Raphael Lemkin, the originator of the concept of genocide and first exponent of a United Nations Genocide Convention.
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One of the students in my undergrad course on history education is researching the advent of Holocaust education in the US public school curriculum. Because all curricula are local in the States, there are many possible times and places for such a change to the curriculum, but some trends would be interesting to think about, if they can be detected. My first hunch is that this is related to headlines like the Eichmann trial in the early 60s and to the publication history of the Anne Frank diary in accessible paperback that could be used in middle school classes (where it is now commonly r