SPRING 2016

Below is a sample of graduate and undergraduate courses offered at Tufts Spring 2016 that relate to mass violence, atrocities and genocide. If you teach at Tufts University and think your course should be listed below, please contact us at IMAGe@tufts.edu and we can add your course information.

GRADUATE COURSES

The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy

International Humanitarian Response [DHP D213]
Dan Maxwell

Gender and Human Security in Transitional States and Societies [DHP D231]
Dyan Mazurana & Elizabeth Stites

Forced Migration [DHP D239]
Karen Jacobsen

GIS for International Applications [DHP P207]
Patrick Florence

Civil Resistance: Global Implications of Nonviolent Struggles for Rights and Accountability [DHP P246M]
Hardy Merriman & Maciej Bartkowski

Understanding Mass Atrocities [DHP P220]
Bridget Conley-Zilkic

Current Issues in Human Rights [ILO L211]
Hurst Hannum

International Criminal Law  [ILO L213]
John Cerone

Peace Operations  [ILO L224]
Ian Johnstone

Policy and Strategy in the Origins, Conduct and Termination of War [DHP P241]
Richard Shultz

Modern Terrorism and Counterterrorism [DHP P244]
James Forest

Engaging Human Security: Latin America [DHP P297]
Kimberly Theidon

 

The Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy

For an overview of humanitarian education courses at Friedman and Fletcher, see the consolidated listing at: Feinstein International Center

Nutrition in Emergencies Policies, Practice and Decision-Making [NUTR 308]
Erin Boyd

 

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

The School of Arts & Sciences

For an overview of IMAGe-related undergraduate courses, see the International Relations thematic concentration in International SecuritySee also the list of course offerings through Peace and Justice Studies.

Colonialism and Decolonization [ANTH 149-31]
Bishara/Lowe

Culture & Conflict in East Africa [ANTH 149-34]
Jaysane-Darr

EPIIC Colloquium: The Future of Europe
Sherman Teichman

Introduction to Conflict Resolution [PJS 150-05]
Laura Graham

Introduction to Human Rights [PJS 150-10]
Laura Graham

Introduction to Peace and Justice Studies [PJS 1]
Laura Graham

Seminar: Italian Literature of the Holocaust [ILVS 192-05]
Baffoni-Licata

Memory FOR Forgetting [ENG 161-01]
Sharpe

Migration, Refugees, and Citizenship in a Globalized World [PS 176]
Greenhill/Shevel

Political Violence in State and Society [PS 138-02]
Cruz

Sociology of Violence [SOC 94-06]
Nava-Coulter

Understanding Civil Wars: Internal Wars and International Response [PS 170]
Greenhill

Seminar: War, Peace, State and Society [SOC 181]
Joseph

World War II and the Holocaust in the Soviet Union [HIST 96]
Applebaum

 

FALL 2015

Below is a sample of graduate and undergraduate courses offered at Tufts Fall 2015that relate to mass violence, atrocities and genocide. If you teach at Tufts University and think your course should be listed below, please contact us at IMAGe@tufts.edu and we can add your course information.

GRADUATE COURSES

The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy

Authoritarianism in Comparative Perspective [DHP P296]
David Art

Civil-Military Relations [DHP P247]
Antonia Chayes

Conflict in Africa [DHP P298]
Alex de Waal

Gender, Culture and Conflict in Complex Humanitarian Emergencies [DHP D232]
Dyan Mazurana & Elizabeth Stites

Humanitarian Action in Complex Emergencies [DHP D230]
Dan Maxwell

International Human Rights Law  [ILO L210]
Hurst Hannum

International Humanitarian Law  [ILO L216]
John Cerone

Memory Politics: Truth, Justice, and Redress [DHP P221]
Kimberly Theidon

Modern Terrorism and Counterterrorism [DHP P244]
James Forest

Nationalism, Self-Determination and Minority Rights [ILO L212]
Hurst Hannum

Rule of Law in Post Conflict Societies  [ILO L252]
Louis Aucoin

Theories of Conflict and Conflict Resolution [DHP D223]
Nadim Rouhana

Transitional Justice  [ILO L214]
Cecile Aptel

War and Society in the Middle East in Historical Perspective [DHP H261]
Leila Fawaz

 

The Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy

For an overview of humanitarian education courses at Friedman and Fletcher, see the consolidated listing at: Feinstein International Center

Nutrition, Food Security and Development [NUTR 304]
Jennifer Coates

Nutrition in Emergencies Policies, Practice and Decision-Making [NUTR 308]
Erin Boyd

 

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

The School of Arts & Sciences

For an overview of IMAGe-related undergraduate courses, see the International Relations thematic concentration in International SecuritySee also the list of course offerings through Peace and Justice Studies.

African-American Memory and History [AFR 0150-01]
Kendra Field

Causes of Modern War [PS 166-01]
Kelly Greenhill

Continent in Conflict, Europe 1914-2000 [HIST 59]
Elizabeth Foster

Criminal Groups – Int’l Security Threats in a Global Environment [PS 188-26]
Irina Chindea

EPIIC Colloquium: The Future of Europe
Sherman Teichman

Gender Issues in World Politics [PS 188-03]
Richard Eichenberg

Genocide [PJS 150-03]
Laura Graham

Global Justice [PHIL 141]
Lionel McPherson

Human Rights and American Foreign Policy [PS 188-19]
Katrina Swett

Human Rights in Cultural Context [ANTH 27]
Amahl Bishara

Introduction to Peace and Justice Studies [PJS 1]
Laura Graham

Islamism & Reform in the Contemporary Middle East & North Africa [HIST 197]
Hugh Roberts

Mitigating Electoral Violence in Africa [PS 039]
Pearl Robinson

Peace Implementation in Bosnia [PJS 150-08]
Bruce Hitchner

Race, Class and Power in Southern Africa [HIST 110]
Jeanne Penvenne

Sociology of War and Peace [SOC 120]
Paul Joseph

Slavery: Its Moral History [PHIL 191-02]
Lionel McPherson/George Smith

World Wars and Nation States [PS 189-45]
Jeffrey Taliaferro