Certificate in Science Leadership and Communication - Totalitarianism and Science HSTC 2205   Totalitarianism and Science
The question of who has authority over funding, direction and priorities of modern science is a central political concern. This course considers the case of totalitarian states (USSR and Nazi Germany) and consists of two parts. Part I analyses the essential features of totalitarian regimes. Part II concentrates on the fortune of particular sciences (medicine, biology, physics) under them.
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CROSS-LISTING: HIST 2985.03, CTMP 2205.03