The Journal of Holocaust Research is a peer-reviewed bi-lingual (English and Hebrew) scholarly journal devoted to interdisciplinary study of the Holocaust, its origins, and the aftermath. Dapim is published three times a year through the cooperation of the Strochlitz Institute for Holocaust Research at the University of Haifa, the Ghetto Fighters’ House Museum, and Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group.
The Journal of Holocaust Research aims to promote research and the study of the various aspects of the Holocaust and antisemitism and to create a platform through which our readers may access the most recent, innovative work being conducted in various disciplines and in different countries. Intended for a diverse academic audience, Dapim publishes a wealth of articles, research forums, and special-issue publications that connect scholars from around the world in a meaningful discourse about the Holocaust.
Our journal is published 4 times per year; January, April, July, and October.
We welcome articles using different approaches and methodologies on all aspects of Holocaust research, including:
- Nazi policies against the Jews and other racial and genocidal programs
- Jewish responses to Nazism
- Nazi propaganda
- Ghettos and camps
- European collaboration
- War crimes trials
- Survivor testimony
- The collective memory of the Holocaust
- Commemoration and museology
- World War II and its aftermath
- “New” antisemitism and xenophobia in the world today
- Holocaust Literature, drama, film, and art
- Psychological aspects of trauma