AAS 412: WAR CRIMES and GENOCIDE
M,W,F 11:00 am -11:50 am
PROF. CAROL ANDERSON
Contents: This course will explore the development of international law, international consciousness and U.S. foreign policy on the two distinct but often related issues of war crimes and genocide during the late 19th and throughout the 20th centuries.
The primary purpose of this class is to train students in historical methodology, especially in the techniques of research, writing, interpretation and criticism. Consequently the major emphasis will be on the production and criticism of research papers.
The research paper represents 70 percent of your grade and your research journal is another 15 percent.---AAS 412W Syllabus.
TIP: For the most productive use of time, email librarians who specialize in your area with your topic/questions before you make an appointment to meet them. Make sure to include the course name/number.
If you have general concerns or questions about who best to contact given your topic, e-mail Erica Bruchko (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Erica Bruchko, Librarian for United States History and African American Studies. email@example.com 404-727-0657
Jessica Reuther, African Studies Subject Specialist. firstname.lastname@example.org 404-727-7897
Nidia Banuelos, Visiting Social Sciences Librarian. email@example.com (404) 727- 6953
Hikmat Faraj, Librarian for Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies. firstname.lastname@example.org 404-727-0336
Phil MacLeod, Librarian for Latin American Studies. email@example.com 404-727-0150
Tarina Rosen, Librarian for Jewish, Russian and East European Studies. firstname.lastname@example.org 404-727-1583
Alain St.Pierre, Librarian for European History. email@example.com 404-727-5049
Guo-hua Wang Librarian for East Asian Studies. firstname.lastname@example.org 404-727-0411