AIFS Travel Program: A History of Genocide

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AIFS Travel Program: A History of Genocide

Earn 3 credits traveling to London, Berlin, Prague, Krakow and Warsaw on this comprehensive survey of genocidal violence when you study with AIFS. Live in student residences or tourist-class hotels on a bed and breakfast basis in each location. Enjoy sightseeing tours of each city in addition to academic field trips to locations including Auschwitz and Birkenau, the Warsaw Ghetto and the Gestapo museum. Students explore the origins and implications of genocide from the 19th century through to modern day atrocities in places like Sudan and Myanmar.

Subjects

  • History
  • Jewish Studies
  • Culture

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