For your research paper, you will be researching some aspect of the representation of the Holocaust in German and American culture. You can select a memoir, or a work of fiction. You may prefer to examine a short story, poem, or film. Or, you may be interested in exploring a memorial in art, including memorial sculptures and museums.
These resources can help you identify the resource you want to reseach:
ARTSTOR -- a collection of over 2 million high-resolution images from leading museums around the world. You will need to create an ARTSTOR account if you want to download images.
Ethnic News Watch -- accesses contemporary sources representing minority and non-mainstream groups and points of view.
Gale Literature -- a rich resource for literary research, including biographical information and literary criticism.
Films on Demand -- includes over 30,000 doumentary films, feature films, and newsreels, available for streaming.
Oxford Music Online -- Premier resource for information on music and musicians.
Theatre Performance and Design Collection --Includes access to Audio Drama: The L.A. Theatre Works Collection, The Broadway HD Collection, National Theatre Collection, Performance Design Archive, The Royal Shakespeare Company Collection, Theatre in Context Collection, and Theatre in Video.
Once you know the Holocaust representation you will be researching, you will need to learn what you can about it. Some key questions to ask are: