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THEO 2327 Perspectives on War, Aggression, and Conflict Resolution I (Fall: 3 )

Course Description

This course develops an interdisciplinary approach to the study of war and conflict and investigates alternatives to their resolution in contemporary global society. The course is organized along multidisciplinary lines, with faculty members from various academic departments responsible for each topic of discussion. This interdisciplinary approach demonstrates the varied and complex perspectives on the causes of war and conflict and attempts to develop, out of the resources of these respective disciplines, intelligent insights into the resolution of conflicts, and the development of alternatives to war.

Instructor(s): Matthew Mullane

Prerequisites: None

Cross listed with: SOCY2250 PHIL2259

Comments: The Faith, Peace, and Justice Program at Boston College sponsors this course as an introduction to the field of Peace Studies.

Last Updated: 24-Jun-17