HUM 200 - The Holocaust: Past, Present, and Future
Credit Hour(s): 3
This course is a team-taught, multidisciplinary course examining the Holocaust through the perspectives of history, psychology, sociology, art, music, language, and literature. It will include discussions and activities with students and faculty teams dealing with the historical and social conditions leading up to the Holocaust, the resulting dehumanization and death, and well as the strategies for survival. The course will also examine the post-war dangers of neo-Nazism, totalitarianism, racism, and intolerance in our own times. Students will be asking themselves difficult, often painful, questions about their own feelings on these subjects by reading, writing, inquiring, and interacting as they work toward becoming more informed and humane members of society. 3 Credit(s).
Prerequisite(s): ENG 102 with a grade of “C” or higher. (Please see HUM 300 if you are seeking 300-level credit.)
Course Session Cycle: SP
Course Yearly Cycle: ODD
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