Seminar in Government and Politics; From Never Forget to Never Again: The Quest to End Genocide in the 21st Century

This course delves into five post-Holocaust genocide contexts (Cambodia, Bangladesh, Bosnia-Herzegovinia, Burundi/Rwanda and China) to facilitate critical discussions of how local communities and the international community at large have changed approached to genocide understanding and prevention strategies. The course will explore the problematic tensions created by varying philosophies related to justice and memory in peacebuilding efforts post-genocide. Students will engage in debate and dialogues to wrestle with the interdisciplinary perspectives of many key actors who are seeking (too often in silos) to prevent future genocides and to stop current ones.

Sister Courses: GVPT399C, GVPT399D, GVPT399I, GVPT399L

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