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WOMEN AND THE HOLOCAUST


ARTICLES

The Shoah's forgotten women" The Western Jewish Bulletin, February 21, 2003.


ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS

A website about the fate of Austrian women and men imprisoned in Ravensbrück concentration camp is now online. University of Lund, Sweden, Voices from Ravensbrück


BLOGS

The Haiti Jewish Refugee Legacy Project has a blog, "Spotlight on Women and Violence," which has attracted readers from 82 countries. There is also an associated Women and Violence Pinterest board.


INDEPENDENT ARTISTS AND ART PROJECTS

Artsy's new Judy Chicago page is an excellent resource. The newly designed page includes her bio, over 80 of her works, and exclusive articles about her, as well as her up-to-date exhibitions.

Artsy Editorial's exclusive article about Judy Chicago's recent figurative works exploring social perception and behavior. (Artist, Judy Chicago)

Throughtheflower.org: Artist, Judy Chicago

Voices From Ravensbrück: Artist, Pat Binder

Artist, Rachel Roggel

Artist, Linda Stein

Artist, Jane Trigère


ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS

Women and the Holocaust.com (Judy Cohen)

filmsforthought.com (Rosemarie Reed)

drevafogelman.com (Dr. Eva Fogelman)

elledruskin.com

lillyrivlin.com (Lilly Rivlin)

HOLOCAUST (GENERAL)

 

ARTICLES

"A Monument to Survival Casts Its Resolve in Stone" by David Dunlap

September 12, 2003 New York Times (now archived by New York Times, requires fee) Text of New York Times Article


BLOGS

Writing the Holocaust, http://writingtheholocaust.blogspot.com/


BOOKS

Schoen Books, specializing in Judaica, the Holocaust, modern European history, psychoanalysis, and scholarly books in general, http://www.schoenbooks.com


EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

University of Minnesota, Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies


FOUNDATIONS

Arnold Liebster Foundation - (site of the foundation established by Holocaust-era survivors Max Liebster and Simone Arnold Liebster, persecuted as Jehovah's Witnesses by the Nazis)


GOVERNMENT SITES

Task Force for International Cooperation on Holocaust Education, Remembrance, and Research


INDEPENDENT ARTISTS AND ART PROJECTS

Linda Friedman Schmidt is an artist who was born to Holocaust survivors in a displaced persons camp in Germany. She creates art from discarded clothing, alluding to discarded humanity. Her process of cutting and tearing the clothing into strips relates to mourning, violence, the tear in the fabric of families. All of her work is influenced by and related to the Holocaust, shining an intimate light on the inter-generational transfer of trauma. Her artwork has been exhibited extensively in museums and galleries throughout the USA and also internationally. It is often selected for feminist exhibitions, but has never been shown in a Jewish institution.

Silent Voices Speak (a non-profit organization)

Stih & Schnock (Renata Stih and Frieder Schnock)

World War II Dialog (Susan Erony and Erika Marquardt)


MUSEUMS

Florida Holocaust Museum

Holocaust Museum Houston

The Jewish Museum


MUSIC

In December 2013, Hanna Yaffe presented a moving program about Lullabies of Loss; Birth in a Time of Bloodshed for members of Congregation Shira Hadasha in Jerusalem. Her project collects lullabies that are the legacy of women who have suffered the effects of war and conflict, with the goal of drawing attention to the plight of women and children during war and its aftermath. The Jerusalem program focused on lullabies composed during the Holocaust.


ORGANIZATIONS

Generations of the Shoah International (GSI)

The American Gathering


PORTALS

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