Videos & Lectures

Paul Weindling, Anna von Villiez, Aleksandra Loewenau(Oxford Brookes University), and Nichola Farron (Amsterdam)

"Researching Experiment Victims - Findings and Problems"

 (Introduced by: Volker Roelcke, University of Giessen)

[36min15]

 

This paper was presented to the international symposium:

 

Christian Bonah (University Strasbourg) and Florian Schmaltz (MPIWG, Berlin)

"From Witness to Inditee: Eugen Haagen and his Hearings from the Nuremberg Military Tribunal (1947) to the Struthof Medical Trials (1952/1954)"

(Introduced by: Sari Siegel, University of Southern California)

[46min13; no slides]

 

 

 Kamila Uzarczyk (Medical University of Wrocław)

"'Der Kinderfachabteilung vorzuschlagen': Psychological examination of children at the Jugendpsychiatrische Klinik Loben"

(Introduced by: Etienne Lepicard. Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

[35min36; 12 slides]

 

This paper was presented to the international symposium:

 

 Herwig Czech (University of Vienna)

"Beyond Spiegelgrund and Berkatit: Human Experimentation and Coerced Research at Vienna University, 1939 to 1945"

(Introduced by: Etienne Lepicard. Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

[34min10; 11 slides]

 

This paper was presented to the international symposium:

 

 Margit Berner (Natural History Museum, Vienna)

"A Racial study of Jewish families in Tarnow, 1942"

(Introduced by: Sabine Hildebrandt, Harvard University, Massachusetts)

[27min36; 16 slides]

 

This paper was presented to the international symposium:

 

 Gabriele Czarnowski (Medical University, Graz)

"Fetography: A National Socialist Medical Crime on Pregnant Forced Labourers and the International Research Context (ca. 1930-1950)"

(Introduced by: Sabine Hildebrandt, Harvard University, Massachusetts)

[36min38; no slides]

 

 

 Vladimir Solonari (University of Central Florida)

"Fighting Typhus – Killing Jews: On Relations between Modern Science and Mass Murder in

Romania-occupied South Ukraine, 1941-1942"

(Introduced by: Marius Turda, Oxford Brookes University)

[43min10; 3 slides]

 

This paper was presented to the international symposium:

 

Astrid Ley(Sachsenhausen Memorial and Museum)

"Children as Victims of Medical Experiments: Why were Experiments made on Children in

Concentration Camps?"

(Introduced by: Ryan Farrell, Oxford Brookes University)

[17min19; 8 slides]

 

This paper was presented to the international symposium:

 

Professor Alfons Labisch

(Director of the Institute for the History of Medicine; Rector emeritus, Heinrich Heine Universität Düsseldorf)

"Social History of Medicine Today: A Classic Approach in the Aftermath of the Turns"

(Introduced by Paul Weindling)

[38min06; 31 slides]

 

 

Bill Luckin

University of Bolton, UK

“A hidden history: Drink, travel and accidents in the nineteenth century”

(Introduced by: Mike Esbester)

[1hr8min, no slides]

 

Keynote Lecture given to the conference

 

 

 

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