Dapim: Studies on the Holocaust

Dapim: Studies on the Holocaust is an inter-disciplinary publication which promotes the study of the Holocaust period and the issue of anti-Semitism through the various disciplines and methodologies, and gives expression to new research agendas in Israel and around the world.

The journal's aim is to provide a platform through which our readers are informed of the most recent and innovative research done in the various fields and in different countries. As part of this agenda, we encourage the publication of research done on contemporary issues such as collective memory of the Holocaust in museums, educational programs and cultural expressions such as film, literature, art and theatre; psychological adjustment of survivors in their old age and more.

Publishes 3 issues a year.

Publisher: 
Routledge
ISSN (print): 
2325-6249
ISSN (online): 
2325-6257

Latest articles

Volume 31 (3)

Conflicting Jurisdictions: The Struggle of the Jews in the Displaced Persons Camps for Legal Autonomy
Rivka Brot, vol. 31 (3): 171-199
In Search of the ‘Whole Man’: Soul-Man-World in the National Socialist Weltanschauung
Amit Varshizky, vol. 31 (3): 200-226
‘Secure in the Two-Dimensional World’: The Filmbühne and Jewish Audiences in the Third Reich, 1938–1941
Leah Hansen Rauch, vol. 31 (3): 227-242
Fear and Terror: The Expulsion of Polish Jews from Saxony/Germany in October 1938
Uta Larkey, vol. 31 (3): 243-260
Scholars' Forum: Holocaust Historiography in Eastern Europe (Part II)
Kiril Feferman, vol. 31 (3): 261-261
Free of Controversy? Recent Research on the Holocaust in the Bohemian Lands
Michal Frankl, vol. 31 (3): 262-270
Studying the Holocaust in Estonia: Has the Topic Been Exhausted?
Anton Weiss-Wendt, vol. 31 (3): 271-275
Holocaust Historiography in Latvia: The Road Toward Research Infrastructure
Didzis Bērziņš, vol. 31 (3): 276-284
The Extraordinary Recent History of Holocaust Studies in Lithuania
Dovid Katz, vol. 31 (3): 285-295
‘At the Crossroads’: Jedwabne and Polish Historiography of the Holocaust
Joanna Beata Michlic, vol. 31 (3): 296-306
From Source Collections to Peer-Reviewed Journals: Romanians Write the Holocaust
Roland Clark, vol. 31 (3): 307-312
Ukrainian Historiography of the Holocaust through the Prism of Modern Discourse on Collaboration on the Territory of Ukraine
Yuri Radchenko, vol. 31 (3): 313-321

Volume 31 (2)

The Memory of the Archive: The International Tracing Service and the Construction of the Past as History
Dan Stone, vol. 31 (2): 69-88
The Memory of the Archive: The International Tracing Service and the Construction of the Past as History
Dan Stone, vol. 31 (2): 69-88
‘A Shower of Hail to All Orchards’: On the Consumerist Interpretation of National Socialism
Ishay Landa, vol. 31 (2): 89-110
‘A Shower of Hail to All Orchards’: On the Consumerist Interpretation of National Socialism
Ishay Landa, vol. 31 (2): 89-110
Performative Environments of Polish Memory: The Grodzka Gate – NN Theater Center’s Approach to Lublin’s Jewish Pasts
Diana I. Popescu, vol. 31 (2): 111-130
Performative Environments of Polish Memory: The Grodzka Gate – NN Theater Center’s Approach to Lublin’s Jewish Pasts
Diana I. Popescu, vol. 31 (2): 111-130
Scholars’ Forum: Holocaust Historiography in Eastern Europe (Part I)
Kiril Feferman, vol. 31 (2): 131-132
Scholars’ Forum: Holocaust Historiography in Eastern Europe (Part I)
Kiril Feferman, vol. 31 (2): 131-132