Research in the Centre

A central Mission of the Stanley Burton Centre is:

  • to conduct research into the Holocaust, its implications and subjects closely related to it, including Jewish history, inter-faith relations, anti-Semitism, racism, fascism and extreme right-wing political movements, crimes against humanity and genocides.
  • to expand the production of scholarly publications in these areas
  • to contribute to current debates on the Holocaust, Genocides and  related issues.

All members of staff of the Stanley Burton Centre engage in internationally recognised research.


Current research projects in the centre.

Book Series

Our book series, in conjunction with the publishers Palgrave Macmillan, aims to demonstrate the continuing relevance of the Holocaust and its issues.


List of publications by members of the Centre and forthcoming and current publications in our book series.

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News in the Centre

Tanja Kinzel (Berlin) will give a research seminar on Photographs from the Lodz ghetto, on 7 December 2017, 4-5.30 pm (ATT 208)

Christina Winkler launches our new exhibition "The Forgotten. The Holocaust in Rostov/Don" 12 August - 8 October 2017

Our very own Luca Fenoglio was awarded the Premio Spadolini Nuova Antologia prize for his research the Italian government's approach towards non-Italian Jews in occupied France. Congrats!