20th Century Genocide Studies
Course Description: (Last taught 2018/2019)
This semester-long course will examine in-depth some of the most important, yet disturbing events of the twentieth century. Beginning with the Armenian Genocide in 1915, we will examine the conditions and factors that allow genocide to take root. As well, we will analyze the anatomy of genocide and what we as citizens, both on an individual and societal level, can do to prevent such inhumanity. Our primary focus in this class will be on the Holocaust, yet we will investigate the more recent twentieth century genocides that took place in Cambodia, Bosnia, and Rwanda. We will also explore the resurgence of Neo-Nazi organizations and Anti-Semitism in the United States, Europe, and the Middle East.
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