Curricula & Syllabi

Curriculum for The Holocaust: Lessons for Medicine

Thank you to Champions Esteban González-López and Rosa Rios for adding their curriculum for The Holocaust: Lessons for Medicine to the CMATH website.

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Memory and Representation in Holocaust Cinema- syllabus

This course will explore Holocaust memory and representation in American and European cinema. To this end, students will utilize primary and secondary sources, including history, film, art, and philosophy.

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Students Visiting Holocaust-Related Sites

How visiting Holocaust sites can aid in teaching Medical Ethics.

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Healing by Killing: Medicine in the Third Reich

A syllabus from Rice University and an outline of an elective course at Baylor College of Medicine along with a student paper from the Baylor class about medicine in Germany and the United States from 1900 to the end of World War II.

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Medical Ethics and the Holocaust

Does the fact that Nazi doctors conducted experiments on human beings and that German medical scientists played a central role in perpetrating the Holocaust guarantee that doctors and other health-science professionals are practicing medicine more ethically today? If the best-trained physicians of the early twentieth century were capable of such transgressions, will those of the early twenty-first century be able to avoid a similar outcome?

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Medical Ethics after the Holocaust: 4th year advanced competency

The philosophy of medicine and science with the study of Eugenics in the Nazi era.


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