Amelia Klein

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  • 62812 Examining Historical Trauma: Intergenerational Responses to the Holocaust

Job Experience

  • Associate Director, Reboot, Inc.
  • March of the Living, Educator
  • Lecturer, Florence Melton School for Adult Education
  • Research Associate, Jewish Holocaust Museum and Research Center

Fields of Special Interest

  • Memory and identity
  • Intergenerational responses to trauma
  • Recording family history – oral and video testimony
  • Grandchildren of Holocaust survivors


  • Klein, A. (2008) Connecting the Generations: Grandchildren’s Responses to the Holocaust Video-testimonies. In P. Maclean, M. Langfield and D. Abramovich (Eds.). Testifying to the Holocaust, Sydney: Australian Association of Jewish studies, pp. 167-198.

  • Klein, A. (Spring 2008) Memory-Work: Video-testimony, Holocaust Remembrance and the Third Generation. Holocaust Studies: A Journal of Culture and History, pp. 110-127.

  • Klein, A. (Fall 2007). Filling In The Gaps Through Holocaust Video-testimony: What Do Grandchildren Learn?, International journal - Studies on the audio-visual testimony of victims of the Nazi crimes and genocides, pp. 101-115.

  • Klein, A. (2005) Identifying With A Retrospective Category: The Sydney Child Survivors Of The Holocaust Group. On J.D. Steinert & I. Weber-Newth, (Eds.) Beyond Camps and Forced Labour: Current International Research on Survivors of Nazi Persecution, Proceedings of the international conference London, 29-31 January 2003, CD Rom, Germany: Verlag.

  • Klein, A. (2005) Holocaust video-testimony and the Third Generation: Report on Research Methods. International Journal: Studies on the audio-visual testimony of victims of the Nazi crimes and genocides, pp. 7-18.

  • Klein, A. (2004) Community and Remembrance: The Role of Melbourne Holocaust Survivor Testimonies. In G. Pass & D. Woods, (Eds.) Alchemies: Community Exchanges, Perth, WA: Black Swan Press, pp. 177-192.

  • Klein, A. (2004) March of the Living: Active Commemoration in the Landscape. Australian Association of Jewish Studies Journal, (18) pp. 22-55.

  • Klein, A. (2002) The Sydney Child Survivors’ Group: The Historical Path To A Separate Identity. Australian Jewish Historical Society Journal, Part 1, pp. 241-257.

  • Klein, A. Child Survivors Of The Holocaust. In E. Richards, (Ed.) Visible Immigrants, Canberra: The Australian National University. pp. 63-81.