Holocaust Studies at the USF Libraries
The systematic, bureaucratic, state-sponsored persecution and murder of approximately six million Jews, heterosexuals, Roma, political activists, and other minorities by the Nazis and their collaborators is one of history’s most significant tragedies.
In the broader view, genocide is the greatest scourge of the 20th and 21st centuries.
Established in 2008, the University of South Florida Libraries Holocaust & Genocide Studies Center is becoming an internationally recognized institute for the quality of its collections, research, teaching, and community outreach.
The Center crosses international boundaries to engage librarians, scholars, educators, students, policy analysts, and activists in a collaborative approach to genocide education and mental health treatment.
Let us remember the past so that we might change the future.
Learn more about our collections, programming, and outreach concerning the Holocaust.
Have questions? Interested in making a gift to the USF Libraries? Contact:
Merrell T. Dickey, Director of Library Development
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