Publications

The following list of publications using testimony from the Institute’s archive is not comprehensive. If you have an academic publication not listed here that used testimony from the archive, please contact us. We would love to acknowledge your work.

PhD Dissertations

Author Title Typesort ascending Year
Offenberger, Ilana F.

The Nazification of Vienna and the response of the Viennese Jews. Diss. Clark University, 2010.

PhD Dissertation 2010
Olsson, James Scott

Combining evidence from unconstrained spoken term frequency estimation for improved speech retrieval. Diss. University of Maryland, College Park, 2008.

PhD Dissertation 2008
Palosuo, Laura

Yellow Stars and Trouser Inspections: Jewish Testimonies from Hungary, 1920-1945. Diss. Uppsala University, 2008.

PhD Dissertation 2008
Patti, Chris J.

Compassionate Storytelling with Holocaust Survivors: Cultivating Dialogue at the End of an Era. Diss. University of South Florida, 2013.

PhD Dissertation 2013
Shamrock, Jennifer Lynn

Constructing Collaboration, Collaborative Constructions: A Holocaust Survivor, Her Interviewer, and Their Relationship. Diss. Arizona State University, 2003.

PhD Dissertation 2003
Shenker, Noah

Embodied Memory: The Formation of Archived Audiovisual Holocaust Testimony in the United States.  Diss. University of Southern California, 2009.

PhD Dissertation 2009
Shewchuk, Sarah

Silence and Voices: Family History and Memorialization in Intergenerational Holocaust Literature. Diss. University of Alberta (Canada), 2012.

PhD Dissertation 2012
Spinney, Russell A.

A Nation in Peril? Rethinking How Fear Influenced Everyday Life and Politics in the Weimar Republic. Diss. The Pennsylvania State University, 2009.

PhD Dissertation 2009
Thomas, Christopher Campbell

Compass, Square and Swastika: Freemasonry in the Third Reich. Diss. Texas A&M University, 2011.

PhD Dissertation 2011
Van der Zanden, Christine E.

The Plateau of Hospitality: Jewish Refugee Life on the Plateau Vivarais-Lignon. Diss. Clark University, 2003.

PhD Dissertation 2003
Wiedemann, Susanne

Transnational Encounters with "Amerika": German Jewish Refugees' Identity Formation in Berlin and Shanghai, 1939--1949.  Diss. Brown University, 2006.

PhD Dissertation 2006
Wolfson, Leah A.

A Path through the Abyss: Re-inventing Testimony through Post-Holocaust Survivor Poetry, Memoir, and Video Oral Histories.  Diss. Emory University, 2008.

PhD Dissertation 2008
Segal, Raz

Disintegration, Social Breakdown, and Political Mass Violence in Subcarpathian Rus'. Diss. Clark University, 2013.

PhD Dissertation 2013
Burgerová, Lenka

Mezi asimilací a emigrací. Sociálně-ekonomický pohyb v židovské komunitě v Teplicích 1938-1960. Diss. Univerzita Karlova v Praze, 2013.

PhD Dissertation 2013
Cook, Peter D.

Hermeneutic Narratives: An Exploration of Master Teachers' Values in Holocaust Education. Diss. The Claremont Graduate University, 2014.

PhD Dissertation 2014
Fox, Glenn R.

The Brain's Virtuous Cycle: An Investigation of Gratitude and Good Human Contact. Diss. University of Southern California, 2014.

PhD Dissertation 2014
Hes, Milan

Didaktické aspekty historické paměti holocaustu. Diss. Univerzita Karlova v Praze, 2012.

PhD Dissertation 2012
Klusáček, David

New Methods in Statistical Speech Recognition. Diss. Univerzita Karlova v Praze, 2012.

PhD Dissertation 2012
Pecina, Pavel

Lexical Association Measures Collocation Extraction. Diss. Univerzita Karlova v Praze, 2008.

PhD Dissertation 2008
Podveský, Petr

Speech Recognition of Czech Using Finite-State Machines. Diss. Univerzita Karlova v Praze, 2006.

PhD Dissertation 2006
Wilson, Katherine

Genocide Genres: Reading Atocity Testimonies. Diss. The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2013.

PhD Dissertation 2013
Taubitz, Jan

Holcaust Oral History und das lange Ende der Zeitzeugenschaft. Diss. Erfurt University, 2014.

PhD Dissertation 2014
Decoster, Charlotte Marie-Cecile Marguerite

Child Rescue as Survival Resistance: Hidden Children in Nazi-Occupied Western Europe. Diss. University of North Texas, 2012.

PhD Dissertation 2012
Gudgel, Mark R.

A Mixed-Methods Study of the use of Film by American Secondary School Educators in Teaching about the Holocaust. Diss. Regent University, 2015.

PhD Dissertation 2015
Haas, Brandon J.

IWitness and Student Empathy: Perspectives from USC Shoah Foundation Master Teachers. Diss. University of South Florida, 2015.

PhD Dissertation 2015
Koerber, Jeffrey P.

Born in the Borderlands: Jewish Youth and their Response to Oppression and Genocide, 1933-1948. Diss. Clark University, 2015.

PhD Dissertation 2015
Marlow, Jennifer Lynn

Polish Catholic Maids and Nannies: Female Aid and the Domestic Realm in Nazi-Occupied Poland. Diss. Michigan State University, 2014.

PhD Dissertation 2014
Sekalala, Seif

Narratives & Discourses of Rwandan Former Refugees & Genocide Survivors in the USC-Shoah Archive & Western (US, UK, Italy, Canada) Newspapers. Diss. Drexel University, 2015.

PhD Dissertation 2015
Silver, Jacqueline

Education of Jewish Children in Nazi Occupied Areas between 1933 - 1945. Diss. Fielding Graduate University, 2015.

PhD Dissertation 2015
Thompson, Ella Belzberg

Both Sides of the Interface: Building an Education Interface for a Digital Video Archive with an Interprofessional Group. Diss. University of California Santa Barbara, 2014.

PhD Dissertation 2014

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