Studying the Holocaust: Issues, readings and documents

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Taylor & Francis, Feb 7, 2002 - History - 208 pages
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Sensitive and appropriate teaching of the Holocaust is essential at all levels of formal and informal education. The Holocaust Education Reader by Ronnie Landau provides an educational companion for all those teaching this subject.
The book is designed to challenge student use of primary resources and encourage extra-disciplinary analysis.
This authoritative guide contains:
* a guide to major dilemmas confronting teachers
* documentary and literary selected readings
* suggested teaching activities
* an analysis of 'genocide' in the modern era
* a chronology of the period
* selected bibliography, list of principal characters and a glossary of important terms.

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Landau is at Leo Baeck College.

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