Now showing items 1-7 of 7

  • A Granddaughter's Onus 

    Katz, Deborah (2013)
    All four of my grandparents were touched by the events of the Holocaust. Every family origin story told to me either began or ended with this event. Today, as the generation that was directly affected by the Holocaust ...
  • Hide 

    Squires, Allison (2016)
    Synopsis: Based on fact. In 1942, Amsterdam begins to feel the clutch of German Nazi reign. Miep Gies, recently married and working as a secretary, must make the choice between values and security to save the family of her ...
  • The Man I Never Knew 

    Cohen, Alice (2015)
    The atrocities of the Holocaust have left many without grandparents, husbands and wives, sons and daughters; generations were wiped out, cutting family trees short and memories to never be made. This poem is in honor of ...
  • Organized Chaos 

    Mathers, Cara-Jean (2011)
    When Dr. Schaefer first introduced the Skopp Project in class I was immediately interested because of my family's connection with World War II. Most of the men on my mother's side including my grandfather who fought on the ...
  • Paragraph 175 

    Suphan, Jessica (2017)
    Rationale: No one wants to talk about LGBT+ history. As if we didn't exist outside the AIDS crisis and our suffering in the Holocaust is just the word "homosexual" in the list of those who were wronged, easily skipped over. ...
  • The Sins of the Father: Generational Conflict, Vergangeheitsbewältigung, and the Creation of a Militant Generation 

    Angilleta, Umberto (2013)
    This research paper has developed in conjunction with my academic development. I first became acquainted with the topic of vergangenheitsbewaltigung during my freshman year at SUNY Plattsburgh. Since then, I have done much ...
  • Sonnets for Remembrance 

    Stone, Jennifer (2011)