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Dr. Deborah E. Lipstadt is Dorot Professor of Modern Jewish and Holocaust Studies at Emory University in Atlanta.

Lipstadt was a historical consultant to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and helped design the section of the Museum dedicated to the American Response to the Holocaust. On April 11, 2011, the 50th anniversary of the start of the Eichmann trial, Lipstadt gave a public address at the State Department on the impact of the trial.

She has held and currently holds a presidential appointment to the United States Holocaust Memorial Council (from Presidents Clinton and Obama) and was asked by President George W. Bush to represent the White House at the 60th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.

In addition to Denying the Holocaust andDenial: History on Trial, Lipstadt has authored several books.Her fifth book, Holocaust: An American Understanding, was recently released by Rutgers University Press.

Her previous book, The Eichmann Trial, (Schocken/Nextbook Series) commemoratesthe 50th anniversary of the Eichmann trial.Publishers Weekly,called it a penetrating and authoritative dissection of a landmark case and its aftereffects. The New York Times Book Review described Lipstadt as having done a great service by [ . . . ] recovering the event as a gripping legal drama, as well as a hinge moment in Israels history and in the worlds delayed awakening to the magnitude of the Holocaust. The Wall Street Journal described the book as a thoughtfully researched and clearly written account of the courtroom proceedings and of the debates spurred by the trial.

She has also published Beyond Belief: The American Press and the Coming of the Holocaust(Free Press, 1986), which surveys what the American press wrote about the persecution of the Jews in the years 19331945.

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