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Holocaust Studies and Materials

Holocaust Studies and Materials
Editor-in-Chief Dariusz Libionka
Categories history
Frequency annual - Polish edition
English edition every two or three years
Format B5
Circulation 1000
Publisher Associtation Polish Center for Holocaust Research
First issue October 2005
Company Polish Center for Holocaust Research
Country Poland
Language Polish and English
ISSN 1895-247X

Zagłada Żydów. Studia i Materiały (English: Holocaust. Studies and Materials) is a Polish academic yearbook published by a group of historians and researchers from the Polish Center for Holocaust Research created in 2003 in Warsaw. It is an annual devoted to the topics connected with the broadly understood Holocaust research. The target audience could include academics dealing with the Holocaust, but also college and university students, as well as broader public interested in this topic. Each volume forms individual and self-contained monograph. Authors of the articles represent various generations and scholarly approaches. The common characteristic is their frequent reevaluation of primary and secondary sources as well as the popular perception of truth. Important part of the journal consists of book reviews.[1][2]

Since 2008 the biannual or triennial English language edition titled Holocaust Studies and Materials is also being published. Editorial board includes Dariusz Libionka (editor-in-chief), Barbara Engelking-Boni, Jacek Leociak, Jan Grabowski, and Agnieszka Haska. Managing editor is Jakub Petelewicz.

The work is divided into nine sections, as follows: Studies, Profiles, Materials, From the research workshops, Points of view, Book Reviews, Events, Curiosa, and Letters.


  1. ^ Łukasz Męczykowski (12 March 2012). "„Zagłada Żydów. Studia i materiały”, tom 7". Judaistyka. Portal Historyczny ISSN 1896-8651. Retrieved 2 April 2015. 
  2. ^ Ł.G. (27 January 2011). "Zagłada Żydów. Studia i Materiały". Book review. Portal Historyczny Retrieved 2 April 2015.