Donna-Lee Frieze is a genocide studies scholar with the Centre for Contemporary Histories at Deakin University in Melbourne. She has published widely on twentieth century genocides in relation to philosophy and cultural studies. She is the editor and transcriber of Raphael Lemkin’s autobiography, Totally Unofficial (Yale University Press, 2013). Donna was the 2013 and 2014 Prins Senior Research Scholar at the Centre for Jewish History in NYC. She has been an academic advisor for several films and exhibitions on genocide. Donna was a Research Fellow on Pilot Project for Holocaust Education and Remembrance Commemorations in Australian Schools from the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (2018), a Chief Investigator on “The Holocaust Knowledge and Awareness Survey in Australia”, for Gandel Philanthropy (2021-2022) and also for the Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment’s “Holocaust Memorial Week Project” (2021-2022). She is an expert delegate for the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance and is currently researching the long-term effects and affects of Holocaust education and working on a monograph on Landsberg am Lech.