Fall 2022 Courses

On this page, you will find information about pre-approved courses for the three GMAP academic programs and their corresponding categories.

Additional courses will be added as appropriate. In consultation with one of the GMAP Co-Directors, students may receive permission to substitute alternative courses in any of the three areas.

GMAP MS | GMAP Graduate Certificate | GMAP Minor

GMAP MS

REVIEW the GMAP MS CURRICULUM FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS

Core Courses

  • GMAP 501 Microdynamics of Mass Atrocities (Kerry Whigham)
  • GMAP 502 Comparative Genocides (Max Pensky)
  • GMAP 550 Mechanisms of Atrocity Prevention (Tutku Ayhan and Amanda Nichols)
  • GMAP 580 Field Placement (Amanda Nichols) 

Politics & Policy

  • AAAS 580C Imperialism and Racial Ecologies (John Cheng)
  • ANTH 572K Global Health in Anthropology (Deborah Schechter)
  • HIST 501U/SOC 480A History and Memory (Anne Bailey)
  • PAFF 520 21st Century Governance (Aleksey Tikhomirov)

Special Topics

  • AAAS 530 Trauma in JPN Lit and Film (David Stahl)
  • COLI 574U Migrant/Exile/Tourist/Refugee (Kevin Michael Hatch)
  • CW 450C/ENG 593C/GMAP 538F Creative Non-Fiction (Leslie Heywood)
  • HIST 530A/EDUC 507/GMAP 538D US History before 1877 (Adam Laats)
  • NURS 581G Forensic Health of Victims (Mary Muscari)

Tools & Techniques

  • CS 515 Social Media Data Sci Pipeline (Jeremy Blackburn)
  • PH 545/GMAP 528B Population Health (Miesha Tiombe Marzell)

GMAP Graduate Certificate

Review the Graduate Certificate Requirements for additional details

Core Course

  • GMAP 500/PHIL 580K/PAFF 568 Essentials of Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (generally offered every Spring)

Concepts, Actors and Institutions in Atrocity Prevention

  • GMAP 501 Microdynamics of Mass Atrocities (Kerry Whigham)
  • PAFF 520 21st Century Governance (Aleksey Tikhomirov)

Historical Examples of Genocide and Mass Atrocity

  • AAAS 530 Trauma in JPN Lit and Film (David Stahl)
  • HIST 501R Modern Middle East Colloguium (Kent Schull)
  • HIST 501U/SOC 480A History and Memory (Anne Bailey)
  • HIST 530A/EDUC 507/GMAP 538D US History before 1877 (Adam Laats)
  • GMAP 502 Comparative Genocides (Max Pensky)

Methods of Understanding Atrocities & Atrocity Prevention

  • CS 515 Social Media Data Sci Pipeline (Jeremy Blackburn)
  • CW 450C/ENG 593C/GMAP 538F Creative Non-Fiction (Leslie Heywood)
  • GMAP 550 Mechanisms of Atrocity Prevention (Tutku Ayhan and Amanda Nichols)
  • NURS 581G Forensic Health of Victims (Mary Muscari)
  • PH 545/GMAP 528B Population Health (Miesha Tiombe Marzell)

GMAP Minor

Review the Undergraduate Minor webpage for full information about the minor

Core Course

  • GMAP 480/PHIL 480/CCPA 480B Essentials of Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (Generally offered every Spring semester)

Historical and Contemporary Studies category

  • AAAS 453/530 Trauma in JPN Lit & Film (David Stahl)
  • COLI 380B/ENG 380M/ISRL 380C/JUST 341 Holocaust Literature (Paul Burch)
  • COLI 381B/GMAP 381D Refugee Literature of Eastern Europe (TBA)
  • GERM 241N/GMAP 281A/HIST 281K/JUST 284A The Nazi State (Harald Zils)
  • HIST 486D/JUST 490 Holocaust in Global Perspective (Dina Danon)

Concepts and Theories category

  • AAAS 480B/AAAS 580C/HIST 484B/SOC 480C Imperialism and Racial Ecologies (John Cheng)
  • ENG 450T/GMAP 483F Social Marginalization and Trauma (Leslie Heywood)
  • SOC 380I/HIST 386S/HMRT 485G/PLSC 380R/PPL 380K War Crimes and Global War (Kelvin Santiagovalles)
  • HIST 486U/HIST 501U/SOC 480A History and Memory (Anne Bailey)
  • HMRT 379/HDEV 379 Migration, Citizenship, and Human Rights (Oscar Gil-Garcia)
  • PLSC 486P US Foreign Intervention (Benjamin Fordham)
  • PLSC 486X Economic Sanctions (Colin Brundege)
  • PLSC 486Z Social Movements and Protest (Yusuf Evirgen)

Practices and Methodologies category

  • CS 415/CS 515 Social Media Data Science Pipeline (Jeremy Blackburn)
  • NURS 335B Forensic Health of Victims (Mary Muscari)

Consult the University Bulletin for Pre-approved courses