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Title: Ethnic Cleansing and Genocide
Description: This course is an interdisciplinary, empirically grounded exploration of ethnic cleansing and genocide. It is structured in three core parts: what is ethnic cleansing, and what is genocide? Why does ethnic cleansing and genocide happen? What can be done--prevention, intervention, reconciliation? Throughout the course we will examine Twentieth Century accounts of ethnic cleansing and genocide: Armenia, Holocaust, Rwanda, and Bosnia/ Kosovo. The course will be conducted in a discussion-oriented format. Our motto is critical thinking in a collaborative setting. Each week we will focus on a particular case study related to ethnic cleansing. Readings will be complemented with video excerpts. Guests to the class will further stimulate discussion and promote more active learning. Many of the readings and videos in this course include graphic depictions of despicable acts that challenge our very understanding of human nature.
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Name: Rye Barcott
Online Course: No
Field: Cultural
Material Type: Syllabus
Course Level: Introductory
Student Type: Undergraduate
Class Size: 20-50

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