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グローバル教養科目(A Critical History of Terrorism)

A Critical History of Terrorism
【Please note that you are assessed on a Pass/Fail basis in this course.】

This class examines the rise of terrorism following the French Revolution to the present day. Different definitions of terrorism in political discourse and international law will be discussed. Several case studies will be highlighted, including the French Revolution, 19th Century Irish and Russian revolutionary movements, the Franco-Algerian War, Apartheid in South Africa, Civil War in Sri Lanka, The Troubles in Northern Ireland, and the rise of Al Qaeda and ISIL. We will study political violence using anthropology, psychology, political science, and history. In addition to understanding the causes and motivations for state and non-state-sponsored terrorism, we will investigate responses: including examples of transitional justice mechanisms (South Africa and Northern Ireland) and armed intervention (Iraq and Afghanistan). This course will give students a better understanding of the role of terrorism in shaping modern politics worldwide. Students will also learn about justice and peacebuilding mechanisms for building fair societies.
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7V0101028-P/F
FGL-GL3128S3
グローバル教養科目(A Critical History of Terrorism)
HALLMAN FRANCIS CANDLER
A1 A2
金曜3限
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講義使用言語
英語
単位
2
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NO
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授業計画
Week 1: What is terrorism? Definitions and political use of the term Week 2: Individual motivation and objectives for violence against civilians Week 3: Structural causes and objectives for violence against civilians Week 4: Methods of Terrorism (Part I) Week 5: Methods of Terrorism (Part II) Week 6: The Provisional Irish Republican Army Week 7: Al Qaeda Week 8: ISIL/Presentation proposal due Week 9: State-sponsored terrorism: (Franco-Algerian War) Week 10: Countermeasures: Armed response (Iraq and Afghanistan) Week 11: Countermeasures: Global non-violent intervention (South Africa) Week 12: Presentations Week 13: Presentations
授業の方法
lecture/discussion/reading
成績評価方法
20% Class Participation •Engaging in class discussion 30% Policy Memos (2, 15% each) •Short discussions of policy related to ending political violence 50% Presentations •In-class presentation on topics related to political violence and/or peacebuilding
教科書
no textbook required
参考書
readings will be provided
履修上の注意
Students should be able to read and write English. They should also be able to discuss topics related to the course in English. The course will be limited to 20 students. Additional students may be added at the professor’s discretion.