SOCI 025B. Transforming Intractable Conflict

(Cross-listed as PEAC 025B)
This course will address the sociology of peace process and intractable identity conflicts in deeply divided societies. Northern Ireland will serve as the primary case study, and the course outline will include the history of the conflict, the peace process, and grassroots conflict transformation initiatives. Special attention will be given to the cultural underpinnings of division, such as sectarianism and collective identity, and their expression through symbols, language, and collective actions, such as parades and commemorations.
Social sciences.
1 credit.
Eligible for PEAC
Catalog chapter: Sociology and Anthropology  
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