The Journal of Holocaust Research is a peer-reviewed bilingual (English and Hebrew) scholarly journal devoted to the interdisciplinary study of the Holocaust, its origins, and the aftermath. JHR is published four times a year through the cooperation of the Weiss-Livnat International Center for Holocaust Research and Education 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, JHR publishes a wealth of articles, research forums, and special-issue publications that connect scholars from around the world in meaningful discourse about the Holocaust.
Our journal is published in 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
• Technology and the Holocaust