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GOVT-514 Palestinian/Israeli Peacebuilding
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This course provides a historical and theoretical overview of peace and conflict resolution efforts in the Palestinian/Israeli context. Drawing on analytical frameworks from conflict analysis and resolution, the course will examine a range of cross-conflict initiatives at state, civil society and grassroots levels, including official negotiations, political campaigns, social movements, interfaith and intergroup dialogue, peace education, media, human rights advocacy and nonviolent direct action. Students will be challenged to understand peace and conflict resolution initiatives in their complex historical, political, social and theoretical contexts, and to assess the contributions of these initiatives to any potential resolution of the intractable Israeli/Palestinian conflict. Course materials will include film, literature, media, online resources as well as conversations with leading practitioners and scholars of the field.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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