Women and the Holocaust, Concentration Camps of World War II
Women and World War II: Concentration Camps
Gender issues related to the Nazi concentration camps and the Holocaust
Faith, Friendship, Art and Education
Even in the concentration camps, women struggled to keep life worth living.
A Feminist Critique of the Holocaust?
Are women's experiences in the holocaust adequately studied by Holocaust scholars?
Holocaust Women's Rape Breaks Decades of Taboo
Some 70 years after the Holocaust, a long silence about women who were were sexually abused is being broken with a ground-breaking scholarly work.
Life in a Jar: The Irena Sendler Project
Irena Sendler was a rescuer of Jewish children during World War II. "Life in a Jar" is a play about her efforts.
A rich and deep site on Violette Szabo, a British woman with half French heritage who volunteered during World War II. She parachuted into France twice, and, after she lost a gun battle with the Germans, she was sent to Ravensbrück where, in 1945, she was executed.
Women, Modernity and the Holocaust
A strong suggestion that "gender is not merely a sidebar issue in the counting of the dead."
Women Writing the Holocaust
An analysis of gender issues in Holocaust narratives.