Eastern Europe: Poland, Serbia, and Bosnia
Genocide in the 20th Century and Beyond
Last offered: Winter 2018
This 16-week class gives students an opportunity to not only study important historical events, but a chance to visit the sites of some of those events and meet and talk to people who were part of this history. Students will gain a greater understanding of some of the calamities of the 20th century (and beyond) by not only reading and discussing them, but also by visiting the locations where these horrors took place and meeting people who witnessed them and were part of them. Students will write several short papers regarding readings before they travel and will keep a journal during the trip, recording their reactions to the various places they visit and people they meet. (Prerequisite: one HIST course; and COMP 2000, COMP 2010, or COMP 2020)
HIST 4700: Genocide in the 20th Century and Beyond (3 credits)
Instructor: Gary Gershman, Ph.D, J.D., Professor
firstname.lastname@example.org | (954) 262-8211
If you choose to enroll in the course, please follow these directions:
- Complete the application and the Release of Liability form.
- Make three copies of the application and the Release of Liability form.
- Submit one copy to your instructor.
- Submit one copy to the Office of the Dean in the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences with your deposit and copy of your valid passport.
- Keep one copy for your records.
- Register for the class with your academic advisor during open registration.
- Submit payments to the Office of the Dean in the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.
Travel Study Application
Release of Liability Form
Passport (valid for at least 6 months following the end of the trip)