GRMN 433 Conflict and Culture: Literature, Law, and Human Rights
An examination of international discourses on conflict and resolution, including theories of reconciliation, human rights, and international law, as portrayed in various media (fiction, theatre and film) and diverse cultural contexts (e.g. ancient Greece, Germany, South Africa and Canada).
NOTE Taught in English together with LLCU 322. Students in a GRMN Plan will submit written assignments, tests, and examinations in German. Normally, they will read German texts in the original.