Research material on the literature of the Holocaust is available in many different formats. This guide presents a variety of tools which will help you discover useful sources for your research; if you have specific problems using these tools, the reference librarian on duty will be glad to assist you. Always feel free to call or e-mail Karl for individual help.
Rosl Haas Uhlfelder, standing, right, at the railway station in Nuremberg, next to a railway car for the transportation of household goods before being "transported" to Lublin, Poland with other Nuremberg Jews. (Photograph, courtesy, Professor Steve Cerf)
This guide is the result of a positive collaborative process. I take responsibility for what is published here, but would like to acknowledge the following "collaborators for the common good": Carr Ross, reference librarian and web editor, for his technical assistance with several details, Carmen Greenlee, whose course guide for Historians, Comediennes, Storytellers: Women Filmmakers in the German-Speaking Countries (German 29) provided the model, and some of the citations related to film studies, Lynda Kresge, former liaison librarian for German at Bowdoin, who developed the initial guide in the 1990's, and Professor Steve Cerf, who teaches by his very being.