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Nazi Anatomy: Restoration of the Victims' Biographies

Sabine Hildebrandt, M.D.; Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School

 

January 26th at 10:00 AM

Laikin Auditorium, Jewish Community Center

6701 Hoover Road, Indianapolis, IN

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January 27th 7:00 PM

IUPUI Campus Center Theater (CE 002)

 

Anatomists used the bodies of Nazi victims in education and research, committing many serious ethical transgressions. Anatomists - who normally perform research on tissues of the dead - even experimented on living prisoners of the Nazi regime, and two anatomists contributed to the murder of these prisoners. Victims were buried in unmarked graves or "lost" in collections, without names and thus hidden from history. This presentation will describe how historians and anatomists have brought this ethical transgression in medicine and complicity of anatomists in Nazi Germany to light and, equally importantly, have started to systematically restore the biographies of the victims, so that they are once again known to the world by name.

 

 Hosted by the Lasting Effects of the Nazi Regime on Medical Research seminar

 


 

The Vienna Protocol: History and Legacies of the Pernkopf Atlas

Sabine Hildebrandt, M.D.; Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School

 

January 28th 1:00 PM

IUPUI Campus, Walther Hall (R3), C203

Professor Hildebrant, M.D. will be giving a guest lecture in ANAT-D 501 course.

 

 Hosted by the Lasting Effects of the Nazi Regime on Medical Research seminar

 


 

Edgar Villanueva

Author of Decolonizing Wealth

 

January 30th 2020 12-1:30 PM

More TBD

Hosted by the Philanthropy and the Public Good(s) seminar

 


 

Heresy and Humanity: Erasmian Retrievals and Overtures

Terence J. Martin; Professor Emeritus of Saint Mary's College

 

Friday January 31st 3:00 -5:00 PM

IU Bloomington Campus, Global and International Studies Building, Room 3170

 

Hosted by the Religious Persecution & Religious Pluralism in the Early Modern World seminar

 


 

Roots and Resistance: Uneasy Relationships between White Nationalism and Christianity

Presenters: TBD

 

Week of February 17th 2020, Time TBD

Center for Interfaith Cooperation, 1100 West 42nd Street, Suite 125, Indianapolis, IN 46208

This session will surface the uncomfortable relationships between Christianity, white nationalism, and far-right ideologies, as well as identify the ways in which Christian individuals and movements are disrupting these relationships.

 

Hosted by the Effects and Echoes: The Impact of White Nationalism on Religious Communities seminar

 


 

Unraveling White Nationalism: Antisemitism and Islamophobia as Central Ideologies in White Replacement Theory

Presenters: Eric Ward, Rabbi Shelly Goldman, and Imam Ahmed Alamine

 

Tuesday March 10th 7:00 PM

IUPUI Campus Theatre, 420 University Blvd, Indianapolis, IN 46202

This session will explore the ways in which antisemitism and Islamophobia are central to the philosophical and practical underpinnings of the set of white nationalist ideologies.

 

Hosted by the Effects and Echoes: The Impact of White Nationalism on Religious Communities seminar

 


 

Confronting White Nationalism in our Scholarship, Teaching, and Service: A Working Seminar

Presenter: TBD

 

Week of April 13th, Time TBD

IUPUI Campus, Global Crossroads Classroom, ES 2132

This session will set the stage for disrupting white nationalism through our scholarship, teaching, and service through a facilitated strategy-setting session.

 

Hosted by the Effects and Echoes: The Impact of White Nationalism on Religious Communities seminar