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2001-2002: Comparative Civil Wars
The United States as a Case Study
What is the historic and political framework by which we can analyze and compare civil wars?
What kinds of civil wars are there?
How do civil wars lead to changes in existing institutions of governance?
Alan K. Henrikson
, Director, The Fletcher Roundtable on a New World Order: "
What Makes Civil Wars Different?
, Former High School Teacher & PhD Candidate - History Department, Harvard University: "
The Legal History of the U.S. Civil War.
, History Department, Medford High School & President, Medford Historical Society: "A photographic Essay Depicting the Effects of the Civil War."
Civil Wars in Europe
British hegemony and the struggle for Irish independence
The break-up of Ireland; Ulster vs. Catholics
, Associate Professor, Sociology Department, Framingham State College: "A New Perspective on the Irish Civil War."
, History Department, Winchester High School: "A Visual Approach to Teaching about the Irish Civil War."
SPANISH CIVIL WAR
International Fascism and fear of the Left
Franco vs. The Spanish Republic, prelude to World War II
, PhD candidate, The Fletcher School: "The Spanish Civil War: Choosing Between Two Evils."
, Chair, Social Studies Department, Norwood High School: "Was the Spanish Civil War Inevitable?"
Civil Wars in Africa
Liberia, Angola, Sudan, Somalia
How to resolve Civil Wars, U.N. as peace-keeper; success or failure?
, The Fletcher School: "Why Are There so Many Civil Wars in Africa Now? Will it Ever End? And more Unanswerable Questions."
, The Fletcher School: "The Evolution of UN Peacekeeping."
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