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Peace Pole
Peace and Conflict Studies

PEACE AND CONFLICT STUDIES ELECTIVES

Electives include, but are not limited to, the following:

History and Anthropology

  • AN 320 Gender and Sexuality in Global
  • AN 326 Youth and Conflict in Global Cinema
  • AN 345 Conflict Resolution Thru Arts
  • AN 368 Peoples and Cultures of the Muslim World: Coming of Age in the Middle East
  • AN 380 Selected Topics: Trespassing: An Anthropology of Our Segmented Lives
  • HST 205 Questions in History: The Great War, 1914-1918
  • HST 305 Topics in History: The Cinema of War
  • HST 305 Topics in History: 1968
  • HST 327 History of Human Rights
  • HST 335 The Civil War
  • HST 338 The Era of Jim and Jane Crow
  • HST 353 The American Empire
  • HST 395 War and Peace in the Middle Ages
  • HST 401 Seminar in History: Radical Histories, Radical Politics

Modern Foreign Languages

  • SP 320S Service Learning in Spanish

Philosophy and Religious Studies

  • RL 354 Islam: Religion, Culture, Society
  • RL 363 Religion, Politics, and Conflict in South Asia
  • RL 391, 392 Seminar on Religion and World
  • PL 364 Ethics & International Relations

Political Science

  • PO 141 Intro International Politics
  • PO 220 Community Mediation
  • PO 230 Activism
  • PO 322 International Conflict and Peace Building
  • PO 340 The Earth Charter
  • PO 350 African Politics
  • PO 351 The Politics of Gender and Sexuality in Africa
  • PO 355 US Foreign Policy
  • PO 356 Israel/Palestine Conflict
  • PO 357 Politics of Youth and Conflict
  • PO 360 Political Regimes Latin America
  • PO 362 Popular Participation in Latin America
  • PO 372 Role of Protest in US Politics
  • PO 380 Topics: Understanding Conflict: Northern Ireland
  • PO 380 Topics: Environmental Justice
  • PO 380 Topics: Humanitarianism - Theory, Politics

Sociology & Criminology

  • SO 321 Crime and Society
  • SO 339 Violence, Media and Culture
  • SO 349 Social Movements
  • SO 355 International Crime

Communications

  • CCM 354 Gender and Communication
  • JR 417 International Communication Systems
  • JR 418 Gender and Media: Global Views
  • ORG 253 Interpersonal Communication

Other

  • FL 390 Seminar: Fall of the Wall
  • GWS 201 / SW 232-GWS Intersections of Identity
  • GWS 202 / SW 223-GWS Resistance for Social Change
  • IS 390 The UN and Other International Organizations
  • IS 410 The Global Society
  • ST 390 Topics in Science Technology and Society: Environmental Conflict
  • SW 240-PO Gender and Generations in War and Peace
  • TI 240-PL Ethics of War and Peace
  • TI 255-PO The Politics of Alice Walker
  • TI 261-STS Science and Society: Hunger and Obesity
  • TI 262S Self and Service