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DHP H261: War and Society in the Middle East in Historical Perspective

Course Description

A century ago, World War I and its settlement shaped the modern Middle East. The end of the Ottoman Empire and the emergence of successor states in search of internal ideology and regional influence have characterized the region today. This course addresses the broader topic of struggle and survival during cataclysmic events, such as a world war, with reference to the history of the student's region of interest. It is a research–based class in which students will learn how to better research conflict and how to develop an approach to the study of conflict given the many perspectives of those affected by it. The course will also discuss the ways in which conflict can transform a region.

Cross-listed with HIST 0209
Course faculty: Leila Fawaz
Course duration: Full semester
Credits/Units: 3.0

Fall 2019

Faculty: Leila Fawaz
Room: Mugar 200
Day(s): Monday
Time: 3:20 pm - 5:20 pm

Final Exam

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Fall 2020

Faculty: Leila Fawaz
Day(s): Monday
Time: 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
SIS number: 84768

Final Exam

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