In 2002, the University of Washington Press signed an agreement with the Symposium for creation of a series of books on Post-Holocaust Studies. (The Series was initially called “The Pastora Goldner Series in Post-Holocaust Studies; its current name is The Stephen S. Weinstein Series in Post-Holocaust Studies). Our contract with the Press calls for the publication—following rigorous academic review—of approximately one book a year on topics emanating from the Symposium and authored or edited by Wroxton participants. After-Word: Post-Holocaust Struggles with Forgiveness, Reconciliation, Justice, published in December, 2003, was the first work in the Series. Fire in the Ashes: God, Evil, and the Holocaust appeared in 2005, and Open Wounds: The Crisis of Jewish Thought in the Aftermath of the Holocaust appeared in 2006.
A fourth volume, Testimony, Tensions, and Tikkun: Teaching the Holocaust in Colleges and Universities, was published in 2007. 2012 saw the publication of volumes five and six: Disappearing Traces: Holocaust Testimonials, Ethics, and Aesthetics and Encountering the Stranger; A Jewish-Christian-Muslim Trialogue. In January 2013 a seventh volume appeared: Different Horrors, Same Hell: Gender and the Holocaust. Three other volumes to be submitted to the Series are in various stages of completion.
In addition, three volumes have been published with other publishing houses: Ethics After the Holocaust: Perspectives, Critiques, and Responses (Paragon House, 1999) and Anguished Hope: Holocaust Scholars Confront the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict (William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2008), and The Holocaust and Nature (Lit Verlag, Berlin, 2012).
The following volumes appeared in the Pastora Goldner Series in Post-Holocaust Studies of the University of Washington Press.
- After-Words: Post-Holocaust Struggles with Forgiveness, Reconciliation, Justice
edited by David Patterson and John K. Roth
- Fire in the Ashes: God, Evil, and the Holocaust
edited by David Patterson and JohnK. Roth
- Open Wounds: The Crisis of Jewish Thought in the Aftermath of the Holocaust
by David Patterson
- Testimony, Tensions, and Tikkun: Teaching the Holocaust in Colleges and Universities
edited by Myrna Goldenberg and Rochelle L. Miller
For more works published by individual scholars affiliated with the Symposium, please refer to their Participants page.