Publications

Selected Publication from Ulf Schmidt and Dara McGrath

Books

Project Cleansweep – Beyond the Post-Military Landscape of the United Kingdom, art catalogue (forthcoming 2018).

Secret Science: A Century of Poison Warfare and Human Experiments (OUP, Oxford, 2015). ca. 637 pages. ISBN 978-0-199-29979-9

Karl Brandt: The Nazi Doctor. Medicine and Power in the Third Reich (Continuum Publishers, London, New York, 2007) 496 pages. ISBN 184-725-0319.

History and Theory of Human Experimentation. The Declaration of Helsinki and Modern Medical Ethics (Franz Steiner, Stuttgart, 2007). 364 pages. ISBN 978-3-515-08862-6

Justice at Nuremberg: Leo Alexander and the Nazi Doctors’ Trial (Palgrave/Macmillan, Basingstoke, 2004). 386 pages (ISBN 0-333-92147-X)

Articles

‘The Nuremberg Code Seventy Years Later’, Journal of the American Medical Association, Vol. 318 (September 2017), No. 9795, 795-796.

‘“Testing in the East”: An Episode in Cold War Bioethics’, Clinical Trials and Human Subjects Research, Hastings Bioethics Forum (2016).

‘Cold War at Porton Down: Informed Consent in Britain’s Biological and Chemical Warfare Experiments’, in Cambridge Quarterly for Healthcare Ethics, 15 (2006), No. 4, 366-380.

‘The Scars of Ravensbrück: Medical Experiments and British War Crimes Policy, 1945-1950’, German History, 23 (2005), No. 1, 20–49.

Chapters in Books

‘Chronopoiesis – The Making of Time’, in: Project Cleansweep – Beyond the Post-Military Landscape of the United Kingdom, stand-alone essay in art catalogue by Dara McGrath (forthcoming 2018).

‘Preparing for Poison Warfare: The Ethics and Politics of Britain’s Chemical Warfare Programme, 1915-1945’, in: Friedrich, B., Schmaltz, F., Proceedings of the Symposium “100 Years of Chemical Warfare” (Berlin, 2017), pp. 1-28.

‘Accidents and Experiments: Nazi Chemical Warfare Research and Medical Ethics during the Second World War’, in: Carrick, D.G., Gross, M., eds., Military Medical Ethics (Ashgate, 2013), pp. 225-244.

‘Justifying Chemical Warfare’. The Origins and Ethics of Britain’s Chemical Warfare Programme, 1915-1939’, in: Welch, D., Fox, J., eds., Justifying War: Propaganda, Politics and the Modern Age (Palgrave, 2012), pp. 129-158.

‘Reflections on the Origins of the Declaration of Helsinki’, in: Ehni, H.-j., Wiesing, U., eds., Jahrbuch Medizinethik (Deutscher Ärzte Verlag, Stuttgart, 2012), pp. 1-17.

‘Medical Ethics and Nazism’, in McCullough, L.B., Baker, R (eds.), The Cambridge World History of Medical Ethics (Cambridge University Press, 2009), pp. 595-608.

‘The Scars of Ravensbrück: Medical Experiments and British War Crimes Policy, 1945-1950’, in Heberer, P., Matthaeus, J. (eds.), Atrocities on Trial. Historical Perspectives on the Politics of Prosecuting German War Crimes (University of Nebraska Press, 2008), pp. 123-157.

‘The Nuremberg Doctors’ Trial and the Nuremberg Code’, in Schmidt, U., Frewer, A., History and Theory of Human Experimentation. The Declaration of Helsinki and Modern Medical Ethics (Franz Steiner, Frankfurt am Main/New York, 2007), pp. 71-116.

‘Medical Ethics and Human Experimentation at Porton Down: Informed Consent in Britain’s Biological and Chemical Warfare Experiments’, in Schmidt, U., Frewer, A., History and Theory of Human Experimentation. The Declaration of Helsinki and Modern Medical Ethics (Franz Steiner, Frankfurt am Main/New York, 2007), pp. 283-313.

‘History and Ethics of Human Experimentation: The Twisted Road to Helsinki’, in Schmidt, U., Frewer, A., History and Theory of Human Experimentation. The Declaration of Helsinki and Modern Medical Ethics (Franz Steiner, Frankfurt am Main/New York, 2007), pp. 7-23.

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