The Pears Institute is an internationally recognised centre for innovative research on antisemitism and racism and contributes to contemporary discussion and policy formation on antisemitism, intolerance and racial inequality.
We engage in issues in a way that is academically rigorous and intellectually inclusive. There are three areas in which we are committed to making a significant contribution: promoting interdisciplinary study, connecting antisemitism with the study of racism more broadly and interrogating antisemitism. Find Out More »
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In this first complete history of the Nazi concentration camps, Nikolaus Wachsmann combines the political and personal in an examination of this immense genocidal machine, whilst drawing a vivid picture of life inside the camps for the individual prisoner.
Nikolaus Wachsmann, KL. A History of the Concentration Camps, Little, Brown, April 2015Find Out More »