Modern Europe Workshop - "Moral Reasoning in the Wake of Mass Murder: Disability and Reproductive Rights in 1980s-1990s Germany"

Modern America Workshop
Event date: 
September 24, 2018 -
12:00pm to 1:20pm
Speaker(s): 
Dagmar Herzog
Dagmar Herzog, The Graduate Center, City University of New York
Seminar Series: 
Modern Europe Workshop
Audience: 
Public

Moral Reasoning in the Wake of Mass Murder: Disability and Reproductive Rights in 1980s-1990s Germany

Dagmar Herzog, The Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY)


A pre-circulated paper will be available for this workshop approximately one-week prior to the workshop. To receive a copy of the paper and to attend, email Stephanie Zgouridi at zgouridi@princeton.edu. A light lunch will be provided.


Dagmar Herzog is Distinguished Professor of History and the Daniel Rose Faculty Scholar at the Graduate Center, City University of New York, where she teaches courses on Modern European history and historical theory and method. She has written extensively on the histories of religion, Jewish-Christian relations, the Holocaust and its aftermath, and the histories of gender and sexuality. Her books include: Sex after Fascism (2005), Sexuality in Europe (2011), Cold War Freud: Psychoanalysis in an Age of Catastrophes (2017) and the forthcoming Unlearning Eugenics: Sexuality, Reproduction, and Disability in Post-Nazi Europe (2018). She is currently researching Catholic and Protestant theological and practical responses to the “euthanasia” murders.

Contact: 
Stephanie Zgouridi
Area of Interest: 
Gender & Sexuality
Medicine & Health
Region: 
Europe
Period: 
20th Century