Testifying to the Holocaust,

Edited by Pam Maclean, Michele Langfield, Dvir Abramovich and the Australian Association of Jewish Studies.

With a sense of increasing urgency Holocaust survivors have recounted their experiences in video testimonies and it is vital that their voices are heard. By drawing on diverse academia fields including Holocaust, refugee and immigration history; oral history methodology; ethics and the philosophy of religion; gender analysis; trans and intergenerational communication, and the theory of testimony, contributors to this volume take an important step in ensuring that the significance of Holocaust video testimonies is understood from multiple perspectives. Importantly, because discussion of video testimonies held by the Melbourne Holocaust Museum in Melbourne, Australia, provides a focal point for many of its chapters, this volume gives a unique insight into how the Holocaust has been remembered in Australia.