This web page presents the table of contents, full editorial remarks, reviews and journal abstracts from the periodical, 'Archives Juives : revue d'histoire des Juifs de France' ('Jewish Archives: Review of the History of Jews of France'). Some articles are fully posted. The journal covers research conducted in the fields of French Jewish social and cultural history, concentrating mainly on the 19th and 20th centuries. All articles are in French, with occasional English abstracts. Tables of contents posted here run back to Volume 34 in 2001. New, themed volumes of the journal are published twice a year, on topics ranging from identity after emancipation, to the Alliance Israélite Universelle, to the Jewish press between the two world wars, to Russian Jews in Paris. This page is a subsite of Cairn; a French site which posts some 150 journals online on a pay-per-view basis for articles. Full, free, access to tables of contents and introductory editorial remarks, as well as some article abstracts is generally provided. To get complete access to articles, users must register and pay on the site.
The Literature section of the online Teacher's guide to the Holocaust, provides a practical guide to Holocaust literature for educators, researchers and students. Part of a broader site, these pages outline the scope and diversity of literary writing related to the Holocaust. Divided into seven sub-sections, these pages cover: writing by victims; survivor testimonies; accounts of resisters; narratives about rescuers; texts which offer an insight into the cultural, social and political context in which Nazism grew and gained momentum; and a selection of literary and critical reflections which have emerged since. Some of these address the moral issues facing contemporary society in the aftermath of the Holocaust, whilst others focus on commemorating victims and survivors. A final sub-section provides a collection of pedagogical resources which includes: a glossary; discussion topics; student handouts; detailed bibliographic material; and a sequence of lesson plans. Whilst these materials are designed for teachers within an American educational context, the detailed overview the section provides will also be useful to those teaching and studying within Further and Higher Education in the UK, offering as it does an accessible and reliable grounding to Holocaust literature.