Pam Maclean has recently published an article and book review:
‘”Jewish life appears to be frozen, static, like a puppet play”: Pinchas Goldhar’s struggle for Yiddish cultural authenticity in Australia’, Australian Jewish Historical Society Journal, vol. XXIII, pt. 3, November 2017, pp. 491-500
‘Book review: Their lives before us, by Dagmar Strauss Yaari’, Australian Jewish Historical Society Journal, vol. XXIII, pt. 3, November 2017, pp. 597-9.
Ms Maclean taught Modern European History, Holocaust and Genocide at Deakin University for thirty years. She has researched extensively in the area of Holocaust testimony, Australian Jewish cultural history and memory studies. With Nigel Eltringham she co-edited Remembering Genocide (Routledge, 2014), contributing a couple of chapters. Other publications include Testifying to the Holocaust (Australian Jewish Studies Association, 2008), co-edited with Michele Langfield and articles published in the United States, Belgium, Spain, as well as in Australia. She is currently an Honorary Fellow in the Faculty of Arts and Education, Deakin University where she continues to supervise postgraduate students and to undertake research into Holocaust memory.