Confronting Genocide

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Unformatted text preview: Confronting Genocide: Never Again? Acknowledgments Confronting Genocide: Never Again? was developed by the Choices Program with the assistance of the research staff of the Thomas J. Watson Jr. Institute for International Studies and scholars at Brown University. We wish to thank the following researchers for their invaluable input: Omer Bartov John P. Birkelund Professor of European History and Professor of History Brown University Charles T. Call Assistant Professor School of International Service, American University Susan E. Cook Adjunct Assistant Professor (Research) Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University Charles Mironko Former Visiting Fellow Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University Samantha Powers book A Problem from Hell: America and the Age of Genocide provided the inspiration and many of the ideas found in this unit. We wish to thank Langan Courtney who helped develop and write this curriculum unit. Confronting Genocide: Never Again? is part of a continuing series on international public policy issues. New units are published each academic year and all units are updated regularly. Visit us on the World Wide Web www.choices.edu CHOICES for the 21st Century Education Program April 2008 Director Susan Graseck Curriculum Editor Andy Blackadar Curriculum Writer Sarah Massey Office Manager Anne Campau Prout Outreach Coordinator Jillian McGuire Professional Development Director Mollie Hackett Staff Associate Jessica de la Cruz Videographer/Editor Julia Liu The Choices for the 21st Century Education Program develops curricula on current and historical international issues and offers workshops, institutes, and in-service programs for high school teachers. Course materials place special emphasis on the importance of educating students in their participatory role as citizens. The Choices for the 21st Century Education Program is a program of the Thomas J. Watson Jr. Institute for International Studies at Brown University. Barbara Stallings Director, Watson Institute for International Studies WWW . CHOICES . EDU W ATSON I NSTITUTE FOR I NTERNATIONAL S TUDIES , B ROWN U NIVERSITY C HOICES FOR THE 21 ST C ENTURY E DUCATION P ROGRAM Contents T HE C HOICES FOR THE 21 ST C ENTURY E DUCATION P ROGRAM is a program of the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University. C HOICES was established to help citizens think constructively about foreign policy issues, to improve participatory citizenship skills, and to encourage public judgement on policy issues. The Watson Institute for International Studies was established at Brown University in 1986 to serve as a forum for students, faculty, visiting scholars, and policy practitioners who are committed to analyzing contemporary global problems and developing initiatives to address them....
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