Holocaust education is a rapidly evolving and controversial field. This book, which critically analyses the very latest research, adopts a global perspective and discusses a number of the most important debates which are emerging within it such as teaching the Holocaust without survivors and the role of digital technology in the classroom.
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Michael Gray teaches history and politics at Harrow School in London and is currently conducting research at the Centre for Holocaust Education at the University of London's Institute of Education, UK.
"The book's format is highly accessible. Each chapter includes an abstract, keywords, and notes, which combine with the book's comprehensive bibliography to result in a piece of scholarship which is clear and easy to navigate ... an especially useful tool for practitioners and researchers of Holocaust education, Gray's insightful and clear style results in a book which would equally be of great interest to a more general readership." - The Wiener Library
"This ... volume provides a solid introduction to the field and yet will interest specialists, not least because of the lesser-known literature unearthed ... and his ability to ferret out apt quotations." - European Education
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