Representing the first in a new series, Contemporary Holocaust Studies, from the University of Nebraska Press, this valuable book is the result of a collection of papers presented at the Sommerhauser Symposium on Holocaust Education in April 2017 at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. This biennial symposia, generously supported by third-generation survivor siblings Peter Sommerhauser and Eileen Sommerhauser-Putter, along with The University of Nebraska, focuses on the integration of research and teaching of Holocaust scholarship. The editors thus seek to address an urgent need to bring past and present academic knowledge on the subject of Holocaust rescue into the classroom in a manner that is both scientifically sound and pedagogically effective.
"Book Review: Unlikely Heroes: The Place of Holocaust Rescuers in Research and Teaching,"
Heroism Science: Vol. 4:
1, Article 3.
Available at: https://scholarship.richmond.edu/heroism-science/vol4/iss1/3