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.


For more information on the research projects of the Stanley Burton Centre:

Staff Projects

PhD Projects

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

Dr Maria Framke from the University of Rockstock will be giving a number of research seminars, co-hosted by the School of History, Politics and International Relations Global, Colonial and Postcolonial cluster: 

Wednesday 23 May - 'India a safe haven for Jewish refugees?: Exploring the entangled web of Indian anti-fascism, anti-colonialism and humanitarian solidarity in the interwar period'.  The venue is the seminar room at 3-5 Salisbury Road, at 5pm.

Thursday 24 May  Dr Maria Framke will give a seminar on the subject of her book, titled 'Delhi-Rome-Berlin: Taraknath Das’s Engagement with Italian Fascism and German National Socialism'. The venue is in the Attenborough Tower room ATT208, at 2pm.

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