War Violence and Politics (HIST 145.0)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
HIST 145 02 January 2018 Robert Englebert
HIST 145 S02 January 2018 Robert Englebert
HIST 145 S04 January 2018 Robert Englebert
HIST 145 S06 January 2018 Robert Englebert
HIST 145 S08 January 2018 Robert Englebert
HIST 145 S10 January 2018 Robert Englebert
HIST 145 S12 January 2018 Robert Englebert
HIST 145 S14 January 2018 Robert Englebert
HIST 145 S16 January 2018 Robert Englebert
 
HIST 145 61 September 2017 Sharon Wright
HIST 145 S61 September 2017 Sharon Wright
HIST 145 S63 September 2017 Sharon Wright
HIST 145 S65 September 2017 Sharon Wright
HIST 145 S67 September 2017 Sharon Wright
HIST 145 S69 September 2017 Sharon Wright
HIST 145 S71 September 2017 Sharon Wright
 
HIST 145 01 July 2017 Erin Spinney
 
HIST 145 02 January 2017 Robert Englebert
HIST 145 S02 January 2017 Robert Englebert
HIST 145 S04 January 2017 Robert Englebert
HIST 145 S06 January 2017 Robert Englebert
HIST 145 S08 January 2017 Robert Englebert
HIST 145 S10 January 2017 Robert Englebert
HIST 145 S12 January 2017 Robert Englebert
 
HIST 145 02 January 2016
HIST 145 30 January 2016
HIST 145 C16 January 2016
HIST 145 S02 January 2016
HIST 145 S04 January 2016
HIST 145 S06 January 2016
HIST 145 S08 January 2016
HIST 145 S10 January 2016
HIST 145 S12 January 2016

Description

Courses in this series examine the history of war and violence, cutting across periods and historical specializations. Areas of exploration may include the factors that have shaped human conflict (social, cultural, political, and religious); specific cases, campaigns or systems of conflict (including interpersonal, intergroup, and international violence); wars hot and cold; historic forms of oppression and injustice, and their relationship to conflict; and the history of resistance to interpersonal, intergroup and systemic violence including the history of peace and reconciliation and non-violent movements.

Attention

A maximum of nine credit units of 100-level HIST may be taken for credit. Only six of these credit units may count toward a History major or minor. The remaining three credit units will count as a junior elective in Requirement 7.

Note

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