University of Vermont

The College of Arts and Sciences

Center for Holocaust Studies

The Carolyn and Leonard Miller Center for Holocaust Studies

The Center for Holocaust Studies at the University of Vermont promotes scholarship, education, and public awareness about the events that brought about, comprise, and continue to issue from the Holocaust. Drawing upon the expertise of a distinguished faculty from across the University, the Miller Center offers an undergraduate minor field in Holocaust Studies and supports graduate training in the disciplinary departments. Among the many public events sponsored by the Center are the annual Raul Hilberg Memorial Lecture and the Miller Symposium, an important intellectual forum for leading Holocaust scholars from around the world.

Professor Frank Nicosia receives "The Distinguished Achievement Award in Holocaust Studies"

Distinguished Achievement Award recipient Frank Nicosia

Read more about Frank's new book and award at the History Department Blog

Learn about our Faculty's Research

Auschwitz, Poland, and the Politics of Commemoration Kristallnacht 1938 by Alan E. Steinweis: Book Cover
NicosiaFleeing and hiding
 Submerged Jews in Munich - tracking experience and postwar life

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