The Rosenthal Institute
pursues interrelated research, publications, and educational
programs on the Holocaust. The Institute also coordinates
occasional in-service courses for teachers, offers special
as well as scheduled public lectures, videotapes survivor
testimonies, sponsors a limited number of fellowships
to young scholars, responds to public inquiries about
Holocaust-related matters, and publishes monographs in
its Holocaust Studies Series.
The Institute recently received a gift of over 400 books on the Holocaust -- mostly personal narratives -- which have been merged into the circulating collection of the Mina Rees Library.
Director: Professor Randolph Braham