We call it Take a Teacher, Make a Friend. The essays and a poem by Elie Wiesel, here translated for the first time, are written by twenty-four out of the hundreds of students Elie Wiesel taught during his distinguished career at Boston University of nearly forty years.
Voices on Antisemitism: Professor Michael Grodin
Professor of Health Law, Bioethics and Human Rights Michael Grodin recently became part of the podcast series Voices on Antisemitism with the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. Professor Grodin has written about Nazi doctors and the effect that the Holocaust has had on contemporary medical ethics. In his podcast he discusses the ways that medical ethics can be subverted in the name of research and public health, and how to be aware of these actions.
“All medical ethics is really influenced by the Holocaust. The fact that physicians were involved in this horrendous atrocity will always be, I think, a shadow that makes us all worried and concerned. And I think we have to be constantly vigilant. We have to realize the great honor and privilege we’ve been given to care for people, and what that means.” – Professor Grodin’s opening words. To hear the rest of the podcast and read the transcript of his discussion, click the image below.