Reading List | From the Ottoman Empire to Auschwitz and Beyond: Is the Holocaust a “European” Event? by Devin E. Naar

On November 17, 2020, Devin E. Naar gave a lecture in the series Lessons (Not) Learned from the Holocaust, entitled “From the Ottoman Empire to Auschwitz and Beyond: Is the Holocaust a “European” Event?” Recommended readings from that lecture are listed below.

Giorgos Antoniou and A. Dirk Moses, eds., The Holocaust in Greece

Donald Bloxham, The Holocaust: A Genocide

Steven Bowman, ed., and Isaac Benmayor, trans., The Holocaust in Salonika: Eyewitness Accounts

Corry Guttstadt, Turkey, the Jews, and the Holocaust

K. Healson Gaston, “Interpreting Judeo-Christianity in America” Available online

Wendy Lower, “Decentering Berlin—Europeanization of the Holocaust” Abstract available online

Mark Mazower, Hitler’s Empire: How the Nazis Ruled Europe

Mark Mazower, No Enchanted Palace: The End of Empire and the Ideological Origins of the United Nations

Samuel Moyn, Not Enough: Human Rights in an Unequal World

Devin Naar, Jewish Salonica: Between the Ottoman Empire and Modern Greece

Aron Rodrigue, “Sephardim and the Holocaust” Available online

Sarah Abrevaya Stein and Omar Boum, eds. North Africa and the Holocaust

James Whitman, Hitler’s American Model

Georges Wilkes, “Changing Attitudes to the ‘European-ness’ of the Holocaust and its Victims”