The Center for Advanced Genocide Research is the only center for Holocaust and genocide studies that both owns significant research resources and is situated at a leading research university that houses a number of primary source collections.
|Abrams, Lynn||Annotated Bibliography||
Oral History Theory. Routledge.
The book outlines selective interpretive models and theoretical frameworks for the interpretation of oral history practice. Includes discussions of the characteristics of oral history; the central role of the narrator; the nature of the oral history interview; the relationship between memory and oral history narrative; narrative structures; narration as performance; the production and publication of narratives. The book also contains separate chapters on oral history of trauma and the impact of digital technologies on oral history practice.
|Adler, Eliyana R.||Other VHA-based Publications||
"Hrubieszów at the Crossroads: Polish Jews Navigate the German and Soviet Occupations." Holocaust and Genocide Studies 28.1 (2014): 1-30.
|Aharony, Michal||Other VHA-based Publications||
Total domination -- between conception and experience: Rethinking the Arendtian account through Holocaust testimonies. Diss. The New School, 2009.
|Allen, Arthur||Other VHA-based Publications||
The Fantastic Laboratory of Dr. Weigl: How Two Brave Scientists Battled Typhus and Sabotaged the Nazis. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 2014.
|Anderson Hughes, Jessica R.||Other VHA-based Publications||
Forced Prostitution: The Competing and Contested Uses of the Concentration Camp Brothel. Rutgers The State University of New Jersey - New Brunswick, 2011.
|Anthropology||Fieldwork||Christopher Kelty||Rice University||2004 Spring|
|Anthropology||Law and Society||Jennifer Hamilton||Rice University||2004 Spring|
|Anthropology||Violence, Terror, and Social Trauma||Julie Taylor||Rice University||2005 Spring|
|Anthropology||Body, Mind, and Healing: Introduction to Medical Anthropology||Erin Moore||University of Southern California||2013 Spring|
|Anthropology, Classics||Text As Property, Property As Text||Christopher Kelty||Rice University||2004 Spring|