Alan L. Berger (b. 1939), the Raddock Family Eminent Scholar Chair for Holocaust Studies at Florida Atlantic University, Professor of Jewish Studies at Florida Atlantic University, Director of the Center for the Study of Values and Violence after Auschwitz, Editor and Author of Interdisciplinary Holocaust Scholarship, Co-Editor of Second Generation Voices: Reflections by Children of Holocaust Survivors and Perpetrators, and Member of the Florida Department of Education Holocaust Education Task Force.
Lucy Dawidowicz (1915-1990), among the earliest American historians of the Holocaust, whose work, including her book The War Against the Jews: 1933–1945 (1975), investigated the political and social context of the events.
Martin Gilbert (b. 1936), a British historian who has published many historical volumes about the Holocaust.
Alena Hájková (1924-2012), Czech Communist resistance fighter who became a chief historian on Jews in the Czechoslovak resistance
Raul Hilberg (1926-2007), an Austrian-born American political scientist and historian who is widely considered to be the world's preeminent Holocaust scholar.
Carol Rittner Distinguished Professor of Holocaust & Genocide Studies at Stockton University, who co-produced the Academy Award nominated documentary The Courage to Care, and has written a number of important works about the Holocaust and various genocides.
Education about the Holocaust or Holocaust education refers to efforts, in formal and non-formal settings, to teach about the Holocaust. Teaching and Learning about the Holocaust (TLH) addresses didactics and learning, under the larger umbrella of education about the Holocaust, which also comprises curricula and textbooks studies. The expression "Teaching and Learning about the Holocaust" is used by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance.
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