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Palgrave Handbook of Holocaust Literature and Culture by Victoria Aarons and Phyllis Lassner
Publication Date: 2020
Books and how to locate them
On this page are a few examples of books about the holocaust available in the library.
To find more books specifically related to your own topic, you can use OSCAR.
OSCAR is the online catalog for Santa Clara University. It includes all the books in our collection as well as other materials such as videos, DVDs, periodicals, and government documents.
Go to OSCAR and enter keywords describing your topic. For example, if you are interested in the treatment of children and families during the holocaust, you might use the following keywords:
children and holocaust
families and holocaust
*An asterisk at the end of a word, for example famil* will pick up different endings such as family and families.
* Some books are located in the Main Stacks on the Lower Level. Other books are in the Automated Retrieval System (ARS). Use OSCAR to request these books from the ARS.
If you search OSCAR for a particular title and find out that Santa Clara doesn't own the book you are interested in, you can use:
LINK+, a service which allows students and faculty to borrow materials from member libraries at several other colleges and public libraries, provided that those materials are not available at the SCU libraries. Books borrowed through LINK+ should be available within 3 days.