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The journal publishes work which considers the Nazi politics of destruction in a global context, including their continuing and wide-ranging legal, social, cultural and political repercussions. We would be delighted to receive submissions from scholars across the range of disciplines engaged in the study of the Holocaust. To achieve a broad snapshot of the current field of scholarship we would be particularly glad about articles located in the following academic disciplines and fields:
- Cultural Studies
- Religious Studies
- Ethics and Philosophy
Holocaust Studies frequently publishes special issues, led by one or more guest editors. We welcome pitches for special issues, arising from an open CfP or gathering materials from recent conferences. In recent years the following themes were addressed:
- Disputed Holocaust Memory in Poland (25:3, 2019)
- Trauma & Memory: the Holocaust in Contemporary Culture (25:1-2, 2019)
- Holocaust Education (23:3, 2017)
- Jews and Gentiles in Central and Eastern Europe during the Holocaust in history and memory (23:1-2, 2017)
- Tracing Topographies: Revising the Concentration Camps Seventy Years after the Liberation of Auschwitz (22:2-3, 2016)
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The journal looks forward to publishing work which considers the Nazi politics of destruction in a global context, including their continuing and wide-ranging legal, social, cultural and political repercussions. We are especially interested in topics that consider the following:
- Cultural and educational approaches to the holocaust
- Religion and the Holocaust
- Material from archival historians
To inspire your research, we're pleased to offer two top articles, free to access through 31 January 2020.
- God, the Past and Auschwitz: Jewish Holocaust Theologians' Engagement with History
Daniel R. Langton
- Was Jewish "Holocaust Theology" ever really about the Holocaust? Assessing the roots and implications of a recurring critique
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