The foundation of the Holocaust Studies Program at The University of Texas at Dallas is the curriculum offered by the School of Arts and Humanities on the Shoah. The interdisciplinary structure of both the program and its courses offers students the opportunity to study the event, its antecedents, and its legacy from multiple perspectives.
All our our classes are being held online this semester.
HIST 2350: “Latin American Civilizations”
Dr. Pedro Gonzalez Corona | Mondays/Wednesdays 5:30pm – 6:45pm
HIST 2370: “The Holocaust”
Dr. Debra Pfister | Mondays/Wednesdays 4pm – 5:15pm
HIST 4359: “Human Security vs. Human Rights in Latin America”
Dr. Pedro Gonzalez Corona | Mondays/Wednesdays 2:30pm – 3:45pm
HIST 4359: “Holocaust Memory in Latin America”
Dr. Amy Kerner | Tuesdays/Thursdays 4pm – 5:15pm
HIST 4376: “Modern Genocides Past and Present”
Dr. Amy Kerner | Tuesdays/Thursdays 1pm – 2:15pm
HIST 4388: “Nazism, Ethics, and Culture”
Dr. Debra Pfister | Wednesdays 7pm – 9:45pm
LIT 3337: “Literature and Dictatorship in Latin America”
Dr. Sarah Valente | Thursdays 7pm – 9:45pm
HIST 6342: “The Holocaust”
Dr. David Patterson | Thursdays 7pm – 9:45pm
HIST 7306: “Women and the Holocaust”
Dr. Sarah Valente | Mondays 7pm – 9:45pm
Our professors offer a wide range of courses that vary each semester. For more information about previously taught courses please refer to the Coursebook Listings, which is searchable by professor name and semester.