The Culture of Violence

A study of important ideas and problems as they are reflected in the world's literature, psychology and sociology. The psychology of violence will be studied together with the ways to nourish a society to avoid what seems to be an innate aspect of the human experience: violence to achieve one's ends. War, racism, death, censorship, film, civil disobedience, minority literature and the Holocaust are examples of characteristic topics.

Instructions

Complete at least three courses and a minimum of 10 credits. No more than two of these courses may have the same disciplinary prefix.

First Cluster (complete 3 courses)
PSJ 220 Man's Inhumanity to Man 4 credits
FREN 320 Women's Writing in the Francophone World 4 credits
GSS 201 Intro to Gender and Sexuality Studies 4 credits
HIST 205 The Crusades 4 credits
HIST 232 The Holocaust 4 credits
HIST 233 WWII: Global & Social Perspectives 4 credits
HIST 313 World War II in History and Memory 4 credits
HIST 335 The Era of the First World War 4 credits
HIST 342 Civil War and Reconstruction 4 credits
POLS 226 The Politics of Surveillance 4 credits
POLS 321/PSJ 321 Protest, Dissent and Social Change 4 credits
PSJ 215 Conflict Resolution 2 credits
PSY 208/PSJ 208 Addictions and Society 4 credits
PSY 345 Children and Violence 4 credits
SOC 102 Social Problems 4 credits
SOC 266 Deviance 4 credits