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HRS105: Introduction to Peace Studies: What is Peace Studies?

This interdisciplinary course examines theories of war and non-violence; literature of domestic and foreign peace movements; the gender-military/war/peace connection; and global, national, and local organizations committed to non-violent conflict resoluti

What is Peace Studies?

Peace and Conflict Studies is a sub-field of International Relations that includes peace advocacy and non-violent conflict resolution in local and global contexts. Students learn about peace work from multi-disciplinary perspectives, including psychology, anthropology, political science, literature, religious studies, and human rights studies.

Peace Studies (HRS105) is offered every semester at NCC and satisfies "global awareness" and "pluralism and diversity" credit requirements.

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