A study of the development of the major groups involved in a genocide, including perpetrators, victims, bystanders, upstanders, rescuers, and resistors through a variety of literary genres, which may include poetry, novels, short stories, plays, memoirs, movies, and children?s literature. Students will study the origins and definition of the term genocide and read literature from representative genocides such as Rwanda, Armenia, Cambodia, Iraq, The Holocaust, Darfur, and South Sudan. (SUNY-OWC). Three class hours. 3 credits.
ENG 101; or equivalent; or instructor permission (ENG 101 can be taken as a co-requisite).Register for this CourseView Final Exam Schedule