Genocides (Other Than the Holocaust) [F-23-22]
|Location:||SLU: Carnegie 212|
|Classes:||4 Sessions 1.5 hours|
|Dates:||Fri 3:00 PM 10/06, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27|
|Status:||Course Update: Course #22 will be held in Carnegie 212 on the SLU campus on Fridays, October 6, 13, 30, 27, at 3 pm.
This course will consider four diverse cases of genocide or mass killing in the modern world: genocides against indigenous peoples in Tasmania and North America; the Armenian Genocide; Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge; and the Rwandan Genocide. Note: we will not cover the Holocaust in this course, except as a comparative case.
Elun Gabriel is a historian of modern Europe, with a research focus on modern Germany. He teaches courses at St. Lawrence University including Introduction to European Studies, 19th-century Europe, 20th-century Europe, World War I, the Holocaust, Genocide in the Modern World, Modern European Women's History, and courses on J.R.R. Tolkien, Utopia & Dystopia, and Piracy.
Optional readings will be provided in class, and are available on request ahead of time.