On a special episode commemorating the Israeli Holocaust memorial day, Dr. Amir Teicher and Shmuel Rosner discuss the genetical reasoning that the Nazis had for antisemitism, how it relates to science today and much more.
Dr. Amir Teicher is an assistant professor of history at Tel Aviv University. His research focuses on German eugenics, the development of modern biological thinking, racism and antisemitism. He is currently a fellow in the Stephen Roth Institute for the Study of Contemporary Antisemitism and Racism. He was also a visiting fellow at the Center for Research of Antisemitism (ZfA), TU Berlin and a guest professor at the Chair of Science Studies, ETH Zurich.