The Fulginiti Pavilion will be opening its next exhibit Deadly Medicine: Creating the Master Race, a traveling exhibit from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, in conjunction with the Holocaust Genocide and Contemporary Bioethics Program at the Fulginiti.
The exhibit at the Fulginiti will be opening on March 20, and will be there from March 20 through May 22, 2018. The opening reception will be Thursday, March 22 from 5-8pm.
The new exhibit in the main lobby at HSL features information about the upcoming exhibit and also some related materials from the library. HSL partnered with the Fulginiti to open this exhibit and the exhibit contains materials from both organizations.
The Fulginiti measured the case and added the great banner at the back of the case. The images on the two sides of the case also show previous Holocaust-related exhibits that visited the Fulginiti. On the left are images from the exhibit Four Questions by Judy Chicago and Donald Woodman, and on the right IWASWILLBE: The Holocaust Series, Paintings by Geoffrey Laurence.
Six of the books in the case are provided by faculty:
The Nazi Doctors: Medical Killing and the Psychology of Genocide by Robert Jay Lifton (also available at the library)
Jewish Eugenics by John Glad
Cleansing the Fatherland: Nazi Medicine and Racial Hygiene by Aly, Pross, and Chroust
Medicine, Ethics, and the Third Reich by John J. Michalczyk
Racial Hygiene by Robert N. Proctor (also available at the library)
Doctors Under Hitler by Michael H. Kater (also available at the library)
The other five books are from the collections at HSL:
Deadly Medicine: Creating the Master Race, the volume about the exhibit by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (from the Medical Humanities collection)
Jews and Medicine: Religion, Culture, Science by Natalia Berger (from the Indigenous collection) (open to the chapter, Jewish Medicine During the Holocaust in the Ghettos and Forests by Daniel Nadav)
When Medicine Went Mad: Bioethics and the Holocaust by Arthur L. Caplan
The Last Witness: The Child Survivor of the Holocaust by Judith S. Kestenberg and Ira Brenner
Atlas of Topographical and Applied Human Anatomy edited by Helmut Ferner (located in the Oversize collection, a three volume set with volume one in the exhibit case)