The Martin-Springer Institute's resource library is located in the Riles Building. The Martin-Springer institute brings the experiences of the Holocaust into sharp focus in order to understand those events in the context of today’s concerns and crises. Visit their webpage here.
The Martin-Springer Resource Library currently holds almost 600 volumes. The focus of our holdings is on the Holocaust: History, Memoirs, Literature, Testimonies, Education, Law, Ideology, Legacy, Generations, Historiography, Camps, and others.
It also includes resources on Genocide, Antisemitism, Native American history, and educational materials on diversity, historical legacies, racism, tolerance, bullying, and multiculturalism.
You can access a list of resources here.