Course curriculum

    1. Syllabus

    2. Conversation: Establishing Langauge Parameters

    3. What is the Situation: "History of Eugenics Revisited" article by E Dyck

    4. What is the Situation in Canada: "Surviving Eugenics" Video Trailer

    1. "The Nazi Physicians as Leaders in Eugenics and 'Euthanasia': Lessons for Today" article by Grodin et al

    2. "Action T4: A Doctor Under Nazism (WWII Documentary HD)"

    3. “Caring Corrupted - The Killing Nurses of The Third Reich"

    4. "In the Abyss of Death" article by T Nasierowski

    5. Module 2 Assessment: Reflection Piece

    1. "The Jeremiah Metzger Lecture: A Brief History of Eugenics in America: Implications for Medicine in the 21st Century" article by A Spiegel

    2. "Sterilization and Its Possible Accomplishments" New England Medical Journal, 1934

    3. Note for "'Difference' vs. 'Disease'" Video

    4. "'Difference' vs. 'Disease': A Question of Eugenics?" video by Jill Rosenbaum

    5. Legal Cases to Know: Buck v Bell

    6. Legal Cases to Know: Skinner v Oklahoma

    7. Module 3 Assessment: Quiz

    1. "China Cuts U[y]ghur Births with IUDs, Abortion, Sterilization" article by The Associated Press

    2. "Surviving China's U[y]ghur Camps" Video News Report by France24

    3. "China's Forced Sterilization of Uyghur Women Violates Clear International Law" article by L Reinsberg (Part 1)

    4. "U.S. and Multilateral Policy Options to Address Abuses Against Uyghurs in Xinjiang" article by C O'Steen (Part 2)

    5. Module 4 Assessment: Quiz

    1. Introduction to Eugenics Archive - Canada: Interactive Map

    2. Eugenics Archive - Interactive Map

    3. "The Coercive Sterilization of Aboriginal Women in Canada" article by K Stote

    4. Module 5 Assessment: Reflection Piece

    1. Further Reading: Recommended Books & Resources

    2. Ethics 101: Eugenics & Sterilization Bibliography

About this course

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  • 28 lessons
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