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 the program affords students the opportunity to design their degree plans and undertake subsequent research on the Holocaust from the historical, political, religious, philosophical, socio-cultural, or artistic perspectives. This wide-ranging approach furnishes students with a broad base from which they are able to build their Master's Portfolios and Dissertations in the field of Holocaust Studies.


Fall 2014

Undergraduate Courses:

HIST 4331: Holocaust and Representation – Dr. Debbie Pfister
HIST 4344: The Weimar Republic –Dr. Nils Roemer
HIST 4344: WWII & the Holocaust – Dr. Debbie Pfister

Graduate Courses:

HUMA 6300: Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Arts and Humanities – Dr. Nils Roemer
HUHI 6336: Modernity, Culture, and the Jews – Dr. Nils Roemer
HUHI 6325: Studies on Anti-Semitism – Dr. David Patterson
HUHI 6338: The Holocaust – Dr. Zsuzsanna Ozsváth
HUSL 6375: Goethe, Schiller, and Mann – Dr. Zsuzsanna Ozsváth

Our professors offer a wide range of courses that vary each semester. For a complete listing of those courses see the undergraduate course descriptions and graduate course descriptions

Last Updated: 1/8/2014