Summer Session I (June 22 - July 31)
Religious Studies 131. Genocide (4 units) [Cross-listed with HMR 131]
1128 Bainer Hall
Course Description: This course focuses on a comparative approach to the modern phenomenon of genocide. It is based on the proposition that genocide can be studied from a comparative, critical and theoretical perspective, while simultaneously preserving the specificity and distinctive nature of each genocidal moment. Several genocides of the 20th and 21st centuries will be analyzed through media, technology, and visual culture. Additionally, this course will examine atrocity remembrance and commemoration for each genocidal case, including the Armenian Genocide, the Holocaust, the Rwandan Genocide and the Ethnic Cleansing of the Balkans.
Prerequisite: Upper division standing.
GE credit (Old): Arts & Humanities or Social Sciences; Diversity and Writing Experience.
GE credit (New): Arts & Humanities or Social Sciences; Visual Literacy, World Cultures and Writing Experience.
Format: Lecture; Term Paper or Discussion.
- All readings will be posted on SmartSite
Summer Session II (August 3 - September 11)
Religious Studies 001 has been cancelled
Religious Studies 122 has been cancelled