PCON 479 - Research Seminar: Peace and Conflict, Themes and Analysis
This is a theme-based seminar that examines the literature of peace and conflict studies and other relevant theoretical and analytical work relating to violence and conflict resolution at all levels of society. The seminar also focuses on the range of responses to war and violence, by both the state and the peace movement. Significant independent and group research is required. This course is required of all peace and conflict studies majors and minors in the senior year, but is open to others who meet the prerequisites.
Prerequisites: PCON 111 and (PCON 218 or SOAN 218 or ANTH 218 ) and PCON 225 plus a minimum of three courses completed from cluster 2, and two courses completed from cluster 3.
Major/Minor Restrictions: Only Peace & Conflict Studies Majors
Class Restriction: Only Senior
Area of Inquiry: None
Liberal Arts CORE: None
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