Division of Continuing and Global Education
Genocide and Human Rights
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This course offers a comprehensive analysis of historical and visual representations of genocide from the 20th and 21st centuries. We will examine various modern genocide case histories through the interdisciplinary study of the role of the media and memory. The course will focus on atrocity commemoration for each genocidal case, including the Armenian Genocide, the Holocaust, the Rwandan Genocide and the Bosnian Genocide, as well as other contemporary conflicts. These courses are offered for Central Valley high school teachers to expose them to genocide studies, human rights and comparative genocide education, so that each teacher can better serve their community and apply the case histories and content that they learned about to their high school curriculum.
This class is for high school teachers; students enrolled in Fresno State degree or credential programs may not enroll in this class.
About the Instructor
Instructor: Amila Becirbegovic, Ph.D. is professor of German and Ethnic Humanities in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures at California State University, Fresno.
Students may enroll in the 1-unit Virtual Synchronous course and/or the 2-unit self-paced online class. Students who enroll in both courses may earn a total of three units in HUM 101T.