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Witnesses to Nuremberg: About the Authors

Bruce M. Stave is Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor Emeritus of History and director of the Oral History Office at the University of Connecticut. He is co-author of From the Old Country: An Oral History of European Migration to America, which was published in the Twayne Oral History Series and won the 1995 Homer D. Babbidge, Jr. Award. He has published eight other books and has served as editor of The Oral History Review an d Associate Editor of the Journal of Urban History.

Michele Palmer is a freelance writer and editor. The former manager of Tapescribe, the transcribing service of the Oral History Office at the University of Connecticut, she is co-author, with Bruce M. Stave, of Mills and Meadows: A Pictorial History of Northeast Connecticut. She is author of Toile, a study of the fabric, and also writes for children under the name Malka Penn.

Leslie Frank is a doctoral student in history at the University of Connecticut and is working on a study of housing in Providence, RI. Her interests include the history of work, identity, and technology. She compiled the catalog for the Witnesses to Nuremberg oral history project.


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