Stones Weep : Teaching the Holocaust Through a Survivor's Art, 1st Gihon River Press Ed.
by Brysk, Miriam M.; Lincoln, Margaret G.

Bill Younglove
The Life and Art Of Miriam Brysk
Historical Overview
Art and The Holocaust
Photography During The Holocaust
Art Gallery
Introduction To The Teacher-Created Lessons
Margaret G. Lincoln
Lesson 1 In A Confined Silence
Lesson 2 The Plight Of Jewish Children During The Holocaust
Tosha Tillotson
Lesson 3 The Einsatzgruppen And Bystanders
Lesson 4 Warsaw Ghetto Uprising And Resistance
Lesson 5 Children Of Lodz-Chelmno And Perpetrators Scott Durham
Lesson 6 Man's Need To Testify, Remember, And Transcend Language
Cynthia Schofield
Lesson 7 Personal Journey
Marta Leroy
Reference Notes149(2)
About the Authors151

After his daughter asks about a prayer book she finds, her father recounts his life as a young Jewish boy in Germany before World War II and how he and his family made their escape to America to avoid persecution.

Miriam M. Brysk is a Holocaust child survivor from Warsaw, Poland. She was interned in the Lida ghetto in Belarus, then escaped with her parents and joined the nearby partisans in the Lipiczany forest. She came to America in 1947 with no previous formal education, yet went on to obtain her Ph.D. from Columbia University, and had a career as a scientist and medical school professor. After retiring, she became an artist and writer depicting the plight of the Jews during the Holocaust. She has created three major art exhibits: In a Confined Silence in 2005 (partially funded by a grant the WK Kellogg Foundation), Children of the Holocaust in 2008 and Scroll of Remembrance in 2013. She has had some 25 solo exhibits. Three of her works are part of the permanent art collection at Yad Vashem, and one is included in a book published by the museum in 2010- Virtues of Memory: Six Decades of Survivors' Creativity.Margaret "Gigi" Lincoln, Ph.D. Gigi is the District Librarian and National Honor Society Advisor at Lakeview High School in Battle Creek, MI. She has been a lecturer in the School of Library and Information Science at San Josť State University and a database trainer for the Library of Michigan. She earned a Ph.D. in Library and Information Sciences from the University of North Texas in 2006. Gigi has contributed a variety of articles to professional journals and has presented in numerous conferences, including the International Conference on Holocaust Education. Gigi is an American Memory Fellow with the Library of Congress and a Teacher Fellow with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM). She secured funding from the W. K. Kellogg Foundation to bring USHMM traveling exhibitions from Washington, DC to Battle Creek. Her awards include the Ruby Brown Award for Individual Excellence from MAME in 2000, and the 2004 AASL Collaborative School Library Media Award. In 2008, Gigi was one of ten librarians nationwide selected as a recipient of the Carnegie Corporation of New York/New York Times I Love My Librarian Award. In October 2013, Lakeview High School Library also received a Citation of Excellence in the State Librarian's Excellence Award for Michigan libraries.

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