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Spring 2020
Oct 16, 2021
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Use/Abse Holocaust in Politics - 35770 - INAF 272 - 01
On the one hand we hear more and more about a Shoah fatigue. On the other hand, the Holocaust has been utilized by political leaders to defend their decisions at the national and international levels. In such context, why so many leaders choose to use the Holocaust to justify their political military decision-making? The course will deal with the question: How nation-states use the Holocaust and WWII narrative inside their international policy? By looking at the political use of the Holocaust in different countries from the perspective of commemoration, museification, denial, reparation, dialogue, media usage and national narrative, the course will reflect on the complex relationships that nation-states have with this topic, and more specifically on the ways in which the memory of the Holocaust shapes contemporary political debates and decision-making. We will break down the semester into units focusing on the geopolitics of Iran, Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Israel, France, Germany, Hungary and other countries and regions.
Associated Term: Spring 2020
Registration Dates: Nov 04, 2019 to Jan 17, 2020
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: Core: Diversity/Global, SFS/IPOL Electives, SFS/RCST Middle East, SFS/RCST Russia/Eastern Europe, SFS/RCST Western Europe, College/SFS/European Stud Cert, X-List: HIST, X-List: JCIV

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3.000 Credits
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Type Time Days Where Date Range Schedule Type Instructors
Seminar 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm R Reiss 264 Jan 08, 2020 - May 09, 2020 Seminar Patrick Desbois E-mail, Anna Sommer E-mail



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