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Long Island University
History paper by Bock, Julia (all papers)
The Changing Perception of the History of Holocaust in Hungary
The perception of the history of the Holocaust in Hungary is changing by discovery of new data and facts within and outside the country. As more and more Holocaust survivors are leaving us, new publications, as well as new types of media make the subject more widely accessible. This also leads to a wider acceptance of Holocaust research and puts the Holocaust in its proper place in Hungarian history.
Brief Professional Bio:
Julia Bock received her MS Library degree at Eötvös Lóránd University in Budapest, MLS at Columbia University, and Ph.D. in History, from Eötvös Lóránd University. Dr. Bock is an Acquisitions librarian and Associate Professor at the Brooklyn Campus Library of Long Island University, since 2005, where she is teaching historical methodology. Previously she worked at New York University Law School Library, Columbia University Archives; she was the chief librarian at the Leo Baeck Institute, and the Museum of Jewish Heritage. Her research is related to Hungarian Jewish history, as well as subjects on library related areas. Julia Bock is past president of the American Hungarian Educators Association. She was awarded a Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Yad Vashem International Institute in 2013-2014.