Collections & Exhibitions
Founding director Stephen Feinstein began collecting primary sources—including testimony, physical objects, visual art, film, literature, music, and other artifacts—that gave educators, scholars, students, and the general public unique access points to learn about the Holocaust and genocide.
Today, the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies ensures access to a growing number of educational resources and special collections. Collections content is often referenced in our education materials, blog articles, social media posts, and exhibitions on-campus and in the community.
To ensure their ongoing use, CHGS makes its collections available here through our website. Please contact us directly if you encounter problems accessing materials, general descriptions, or if you have general inquiries about the center’s holdings.