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Visual History Archive

Monash University is the first Australasian university to provide access to the Visual History Archive of the USC Shoah Foundation Institute for Visual History and Education. With a collection of nearly 52,000 video testimonies of Holocaust survivors and other witnesses, in 32 languages and from 56 countries, this is the largest visual history archive in the world.

The Institute relies upon partnerships in the United States and around the world to provide public access to the archive and advance scholarship in many fields of inquiry. Since March 2007, more than 2000 interviews recorded in Australia are now cached on Monash University servers, and are immediately available for teaching and research. All other interviews are made available within 48 hours of your request.

The Australian Archive of Music

The only archive in the world concerned exclusively with collecting sound, visual and bibliographic materials on the musical cultures of the Jewish peoples of Australia and South, East and Southeast Asia.

Judaica Collection

The Laura and Israel Kipen Judaica collection houses materials relating to the history of Jewish civilisation and Judaism.

Yisroel Shtern Project

Shtern was regarded as one of Warsaw’s most significant Yiddish poets before the War. Much of his work has now become available in English. See