OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Forthcoming in 2016    2015    2000-2012      1990-1999      1980-1989      1960-1979

Forthcoming

(With Annette Liggett) The Paradise Timeline: A Chronology of the History of
Key West, Florida, for the Key West Art and Historical Museum website.

2015

“Contributions” to Paul A. Shapiro, The Kishinev Ghetto 1941-1942, The University of Alabama Press, 2015


2000-2012

“The American Reception of the Victor Klemperer Diaries” Werkstatt Geschichte
(Heft 26, November, 2000).

“The Role of Holocaust Museums: Achieving a Balance between Scholarship and
Remembrance” in Proceedings of the Conference on Education, Remembrance
and Research Stockholm 26-28 January 2000. Stockholm: The Stockholm
International Forum on the Holocaust, 2000.

“Doing Memory: Remembrance Reified and Other Shoah Business.” (Review
Essay). The Public Historian (Summer, 2001).

(With Carl Modig) Archival Guide to the Collections of the United States Holocaust
Memorial Museum. Washington DC: Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, USHMM, 2002. (Revised & expanded edition, 2003.)

“The Archival Acquisitions Program of the United States Holocaust Memorial
Museum: Principles, Definitions, and the Records” in Shlomo Aronson (ed.), New Records – New Perspectives. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Press, 2002.

“Into the Volcano: European Culture in the Inter-bellum Period, 1919–1939” in
In-between: Essays and Studies in Literary Criticism, Vol. 11, No. 1 (New Delhi,
March, 2002 [September 2003])

“Preface” to Bernhard Rammerstorfer, Unbroken Will. The Extraordinary Courage
of an Ordinary Man. The Story of Leopold Engleitner. New Orleans LA:
Grammaton Press, 2004.

Love’s Poison and Other Poems, 2000-2005. Key West FL: The Garlic Press,
2005. (Limited hand-illustrated edition.)

Co-editor (with Randolph Braham). The Holocaust in Hungary after 60 Years.
Boulder CO: Eastern European Monographs, 2006.

(With Nance Frank). Mario Sanchez: Once Upon a Way of Life. Key West FL:
The Key West Press, 2006.

“Der Lusttolle” in Mona Körte & Marion Neiss (eds.), Von Schöpfern und
Schurken. To B. or not to be. (Festschrift für Wolfgang Benz) Berlin:
Metropol Verlag, 2006.

“Key West in the Time of Hemingway” in Key West Marlin Tournament:
The Official Guide and Yearbook. (May 2007)

“Into the Volcano: European Culture in the Inter-Bellum Period 1919-1939” in
Richard Pine (ed.), Nostos. Proceedings 1, 2002-2005. Corfu, Greece:
The Durrell School of Corfu, 2008.

“The Wallace Stevens – Ernest Hemingway Dustup” in Key West History,
No. 3 (January, 2011)

“Key West Police Arrest the Writer Samuel Mithman” in The Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Journal of Florida Literature, vol. XX (2012)

Books for which provided editorial and translation assistance:
Adam Rayski, The Choice for the Jews under Vichy. University of Notre Dame Press, 2004.
Gerhard Riegner, Never Despair: Sixty Years in the Service of the Jewish People and Human Rights. Chicago IL: Ivan Dee, 2006.
Hans Safrian. Eichmann’s Men. Cambridge University Press, 2010.


1990-1999

“Death Mills. An Early Attempt at Mass ‘Reeducation’ in Occupied Germany 1945-
1946″ in George O. Kent (ed.), Archivists and Historians. Essays in Modern
German History and Archival Policy. Fairfax, VA: George Mason University
Press, 1990.

“World War II Holdings of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives”
in World War Two Studies Association News letter, No. 48 (Fall, 1992).

“Das US Holocaust Memorial Museum im ersten Jahr” in Werkstatt Geschichte,
Heft 9 (December, 1994).

“Exile” (poem) in Deus Loci, NS4 (1995-96)

“The Archival Resources of the U.S. Holocaust Research Institute of the U.S.
Holocaust Memorial Museum” in Randolph Braham and Attila Pok (eds.), The
Holocaust in Hungary Fifty Years Later. New York: Rosenthal Institute for
Holocaust Studies (CUNY); Budapest: Institute of History of the Hungarian
Academy of Sciences; Budapest: The Europa Institute; and Boulder, Colorado:
Social Science Monographs, 1997.

“Vorwort” to Brigitte J. Hahn, Umerziehung durch Dokumentarfilm? Ein Instrument
amerikanischer Kulturpolitik im Nachkriegsdeutschland (1945-1953). Münster:
LIT-Verlag, 1997.

“Tribute to Soad Sobhy,” in Galal Aref, et al. (eds.), Soad Sobhy. The City of
Memories. Alexandria, Egypt: Alexandria University, 1997.

“The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in the Twenty-First Century: a
Prognosis,” in Funzioni dei Centri di Storia e Cultura Ebraica nella società
contemporanea. Milano: Fondazione Centro di Documentazione Ebraica
Contemporanea, 1998.


1980-1989

“Die Todesmühlen. Ein Versuch zur ‘Umerziehung’ 1945-1946″ in Vierteljahrshefte
für Zeitgeschichte, Heft 2 (April, 1980).

(Editor). Kultur auf Trümmern. Berliner Berichte der amerikanischen Information
Control Section, Juli bis Dezember 1945. Stuttgart: Deutsche-Verlags-Anstalt, 1980.

Four poems in Tennis of All Sorts. Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Privately printed,
1981.

(Co-author with Jürgen Wetzel). “Der 17. Juni und der RIAS. Aus einem Gespräch
mit dem ehemaligen RIAS-Direktor Gordon Ewing” in Berlin in Geschichte und
Gegenwart. Jahrbuch des Landesarchiv Berlin. Berlin, 1982.

Translations from the German in Labor Songs of the 19th Century (Southern Illinois
University Press, 1975); When Karl Marx Died (International Publications, 1973,
1983); “The By-Laws of the Communist Club of New York” in Science and Society
(1976); Horst Janssen, The Game of Forfeits (Das Pfanderspiel) (Merlin-Verlag,
1983).

(Co-author). “Holocaust Memorial Museum: A New Approach for an All-in-One
Resource Center” in Journal of Information and Image Management, Vol. 19,
No. 7 (July, 1986).

(Co-author). “Development of a Prototype Network for the Exchange of Archival
and Bibliographic Information between Holocaust Documentation Centers in the
USA and Abroad” in K.D. Lehmann and H. Strohl-Goebel (eds.), The Application of
Microcomputers in Information, Documentation and Libraries. Amsterdam:
Elsevier, 1987

(Co-editor). The Liberation of the Nazi Concentration Camps 1945. Eyewitness
Accounts of the Liberators. Washington DC: United States Holocaust Memorial
Council, 1987.


1960-1979

Hiatus: Poems 1959. New York: Privately printed, 1960.

“Sergei Eisenstein and the Bolshevik Revolution,” in MARAB: A Review
(Summer, 1966).

“The New German Cinema” in New Strand Reports (July, 1966).

“The Enemy on the Right. The Alldeutsche Verband in the Weimar Republic
1918-1926.” Ph.D. dissertation. University Microfilms, Inc., 1973.

“Der Attentatsplan gegen Seeckt 1924,” in Vierteljahrshefte für Zeitgeschichte,
Heft 3 (July, 1977).

(Co-editor with Philip S. Foner & co-translator with Angela Schüssler Chamberlin).
F.A. Sorge, The Labor Movement in the United States from Colonial Times to
1890. Greenwood Press, 1977.

“The Pan-German League in Austria,” in Studies in Modern European Culture
and History, Vol. III (1979).