The Holocaust Studies Program is currently housed in a 3,500 square-foot facility located in the Erik Jonsson Academic Center (Suite 4.800). The offices of the Holocaust Studies Program’s three endowed professors are Dr. Zsuzsanna Ozsvath, Dr. David Patterson, and Dr. Nils Roemer.
About the Arnold A. Jaffe Holocaust Library Collection
The Arnold A. Jaffe Holocaust Library Collection is a distinguished book, video, and electronic materials resource for scholars of Holocaust studies and for the broader public.
The bulk of the research collection is housed in the University’s Eugene McDermott Library. In addition, there is a selection of core texts and videos inside the Ackerman Center for easy access to frequently consulted materials.
Because the collection located inside the center is not a lending library, the materials are always available for the students to reference while at the center.
The Jaffe Collection is a part of an international interlibrary loan program that connects thousands of libraries – public, private, academic and institutional – making the holdings of the Jaffe Collection available to researchers throughout the world.