The Geifman Prize in Holocaust Studies is an annual student competition with an award of up to $500. Submissions may include essays, research papers, poetry, drama, film, artwork, musical composition, or other creative expression.

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Submissions from 2019

Consolations, Joshua Iyer

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Children That Never Grew Wrinkles, Mia Polinski

Submissions from 2018

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Desperate Times Call for Desperate Measures: Anti-Semitism, Hopelessness, and the Rise of the Nazi Party, Benjamin E. Bruster

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“The Shawl”: Of Which Bears the Facade, Giselle Carter

Submissions from 2017

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S.S. Schatten Schmidt, Emma Albers-Lopez

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Belsen Silence, Monica Gil

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To See in Color, Sarah Rebban

Submissions from 2016

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The Scapegoat, Katherine Ludwig

Submissions from 2015

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Surviving the Holocaust: Catharsis Through Music, Amanda Hassler

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A Flight for Hope, Emma Levich

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Continued Remembrance, Abbigail Mehnert

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The Art of Censorship, Mark Sieber

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Wagner Contra Mundum: Wagner versus the World, Caitlin A. Thom