RESEARCH OUTLINE (bullet points)
Below is the topic, 6 sources, 3 questions and my thesis draft
TOPIC: Does humanity learn from history? The Holocaust – Three key lessons for Humanity
Dirzo, R., Ceballos, G., & Ehrlich, P. R. (2022). Circling the drain: the extinction crisis and the future of humanity. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 377(1857), 20210378.
Hahn, C. L. (2020). Human rights teaching: Snapshots from four countries. Human Rights Education Review, 3(1), 8-30.
Jancsák, C., Szőnyi, E., & Képiró, Á. (2019). THE IMPACT OF VIDEO TESTIMONIES IN HOLOCAUST EDUCATION IN HUNGARY. Yearbook of the International Society of History Didactics/Jahrbuch der Internationalen Gesellschaft für Geschichtsdidaktik, 40.
Levine, M. A., Wynia, M. K., Himber, M., & Silvers, W. S. (2019). Pertinent Today: What Contemporary Lessons Should be Taught by Studying Physician Participation in the Holocaust? Conatus-Journal of Philosophy, 4(2), 287-302.
Polgar, M. (2018). Holocaust and Human Rights Education: Good Choices and Sociological Perspectives. Emerald Group Publishing.
Wolff, N. (2020). Severing a historical bond: The implications of divorcing human rights from Holocaust education. Holocaust Studies, 26(3), 306-328.
- What can people learn from the Holocaust about the importance of fighting evil?
2.What does the Holocaust teach about the danger of silence?
3.How can we use the teachings about humanity learned from the Holocaust?
Thesis statement draft
The Holocaust was a tragic incident in the history of human being that taught us very significant lessons such as the danger of silence, the importance of standing up against evils, and the power of evil. This tragic event taught us several key lessons that are important today in the life of human beings and will continue to be passed on from generation to generations.