holocaust-studies3 - Courses by Discipline


Courses by Discipline

Below you will find a list of all courses offered by the program according to disciplines. The syllabus of the course can be accessed by clicking on the title. These two short videos describe our program's a multi-disciplinary approach to the study of the Holocaust, using history, psychology, museum studies, education, anthropology and the arts to foster a comprehensive understanding of our subject material.




Anthropology of Memory 

Human Rights, Holocaust, Genocide: The Politics of Remembrance  (not given 2018-2019) 



Literature of the Shoah

Artistic Responses to Fascism 


From Silence to Omnipresence – Holocaust in the Curriculum

Teaching and Learning about the Holocaust through Why questions


Entrepreneurship in Holocaust Commemoration and Education


The Final Solution

History of the Second World War

German Colonialism, Late Imperialism and Racial Theories Pre-Histories of the Holocaust?

German Jewry Under the Nazi Regime

Historiography of the Holocaust: An Introduction

Jews of Galicia: A History

Nazi Germany

The Extermination of Polish Jews

Anti-Semitism & Genocide Studies

Anti-Semitism: History and Politics 

The Specter of Genocide


German Language Course

Yiddish Language Course

Museum Studies

Curating the Holocaust: Holocaust Museums and Heritage Sites


Psychological Aspects of the Memory of the Holocaust 


Research Methods

Research Design and Thesis Writing

Research Forum

Research Forum Course


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