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Decolonizing Cherokee History 1790–1830s: American Indian Holocaust, Genocidal Resistance, and Survival
by Rogers, Janna Lynell Martin, M.A.  Oklahoma State University. 2019: 274 pages; 22589145.
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The forgiveness to come: Dreams and aporias
by Banki, Peter, Ph.D.  New York University. 2009: 239 pages; 3380302.
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A critical analysis of post traumatic slave syndrome: A multigenerational legacy of slavery
by Hicks, Shari Renee, Psy.D.  California Institute of Integral Studies. 2015: 254 pages; 3712420.
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Trauma of Holocaust Survivors: Expression and Avoidance in Coping and Recovery
by McClatchey, Emily S. Jacobs, Ph.D.  New York University. 2011: 241 pages; 3439456.
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The Wounded Healer: Finding Meaning in Suffering
by Wyner, Garret B., Psy.D.  Antioch University. 2012: 204 pages; 10817700.
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Censorship and Holocaust film in the Hollywood studio system
by Halbgewachs, Nancy Copeland, Ph.D.  The University of New Mexico. 2011: 236 pages; 3499299.
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A Memory of Sand and Silence: Stories in Formation
by Amir, Mia Susan, M.F.A.  Mills College. 2014: 100 pages; 1571114.
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Through Horror, Humiliation, and Hope: Holocaust Commemoration and Memorialization in New Orleans, Louisiana
by Jagneaux, Kelsey N., M.A.  University of Louisiana at Lafayette. 2017: 112 pages; 10271548.
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Embodied memory: The formation of archived audiovisual Holocaust testimony in the United States
by Shenker, Noah, Ph.D.  University of Southern California. 2009: 556 pages; 3368717.
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Transcending time through professional development: The Freedom Writers Institute
by Lock, Peter A., Ed.D.  University of Redlands. 2010: 230 pages; 3422228.
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The end of the founding Zionist dream: Reflections in contemporary Israeli fiction
by Levinson, Rose L., Ph.D.  Union Institute and University. 2009: 224 pages; 3388402.
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Characterization of predicting factors in posttraumatic growth among Holocaust survivors: A qualitative study
by Wilson, Beata E., M.S.W.  California State University, Long Beach. 2014: 67 pages; 1570863.
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Third Generation Holocaust Survivors: a Healing and Community-Building Curriculum
by Fiedler, Mariel, M.S.W.  California State University, Long Beach. 2020: 95 pages; 27835774.
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Shame to hospitality: A post-Holocaust biblical hermeneutic
by Zen, Beringia M., Ph.D.  Graduate Theological Union. 2015: 266 pages; 3664451.
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Fossoli di Carpi: The History and Memory of the Holocaust in Italy
by Herr, Alexis, Ph.D.  Clark University. 2014: 387 pages; 3633672.
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The contributions of a Holocaust and human rights education program to teacher learning
by Shah, Rachayita, Ph.D.  Florida Atlantic University. 2012: 204 pages; 3530684.
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Compassionate Storytelling with Holocaust Survivors: Cultivating Dialogue at the End of an Era
by Patti, Chris J., Ph.D.  University of South Florida. 2013: 253 pages; 3587827.
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Fictional Inhumanities: Wartime Animals and Personification
by Gal, Noam, Ph.D.  Yale University. 2012: 228 pages; 3535382.
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Witnessing the demon: A post-World War II/post-Holocaust perspective for cultural therapy
by Oishi, Sabine Mertens, Ph.D.  Pacifica Graduate Institute. 2010: 289 pages; 3500724.
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Making “Peter Bergson:” Historical memory and a forgotten Holocaust hero
by Horne, Emily J., M.A.  The George Washington University. 2009: 70 pages; 1461127.
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Anguish and Memory in the South Florida Landscape: The Miami Beach Holocaust Memorial
by Maguire, Patricia Alice, M.A.  The American University of Paris (France). 2010: 85 pages; 10305721.
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