03:00 PM to 04:15 PM TR
Horizon Hall 3012
Section Information for Spring 2023
In this course, we will examine the Holocaust in relation to questions of moral responsibility, justice, guilt, and human suffering — but also questions of resistance, recognition, and dilemmas of ethical leadership. We will explore religious responses to the Holocaust and the aftermaths of the Holocaust, looking specifically at Christian, Muslim, and Jewish responses. But our main goal in the course is to encourage students, through the study of the Holocaust, to think more broadly about questions of justice, peace, and ethical responsibility in the context of other genocides and in the context of everyday conflicts in their own communities.
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