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Eric Sterling earned his Ph.D. at Indiana University and is Associate Professor in the Department of English and Philosophy at Auburn University Montgomery.

His publications concerning the Holocaust include essays on the guilt of bystanders (in Harry James Cargas's Moral Problems Unique to the Holocaust), Yitzhak Wittenberg and the Vilna Ghetto (in Ruby Rohrlich's Resisting the Holocaust), Arthur Miller's Incident at Vichy, Peter Barnes's Auschwitz, Shimon Wincelberg's Resort 76, the life and works of Janusz Korczak, and Denise Levertov's "During the Eichmann Trial."

He is currently completing two books--one on drama of the Shoah and the other on ghettos during the Holocaust.

Publications available on IDEA:

The Massacre in History
January 15, 2001 Vol.6, no.1