History of Medicine #21: Women, the Family and Eugenics in Nazi Germany

Description

This seminar offers a particularly insightful, and far ranging investigation of German eugenics before the Nazi rise to power and in its aftermath, focusing on the regime’s various policies to promote professed ‘valuable’ offspring on the one hand, and strategies to prevent and eliminate those deemed undesirable on the other by means of sterilization and euthanasia. This seminar took place at Oxford Brookes University on 30 October 2012

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Teaching subject area

History, History of Medicine

Keywords

#HistoryOfMedicinePodcast

Date produced

2012

Faculty or department

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences\Department of History, Philosophy and Culture

Graduate attributes

Research literacy

Copyright

copyright Oxford Brookes University, except where indicated in the item description

Details

  • Owner: Thomas Shepherd
  • Collection: OER
  • Version: 1 (show all)
  • Status: Live