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2. History, Philosophy and Anthropology Area Studies









the international humanitarian affairs minor

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History, Philosophy and Anthropology Area Studies



The History, Philosophy and Anthropology Area Studies requirement is integral to a holistic understanding of international humanitarian affairs. The following courses are designed to give students a deeper understanding of the strong cultural and religious backgrounds that can both exacerbate humanitarian crises and serve as healing mechanisms.

  • AFAM 1600 - Understanding Historical Change: Africa
  • AFAM 3070 - African Politics
  • AFAM 3072 - Civil Wars in Africa
  • HIST 1400 - Understanding Historical Change: Latin American History
  • HIST 1700  - Understanding Historical Change: Middle East History
  • HIST 3670 - The Modern Middle East
  • HIST 3675 - History of Modern Israel
  • HIST 3855 - American Foreign Policy Since 1898
  • HIST 3911 - U.S. and East Asia
  • HIST 3969 - Latin America and the U.S.
  • HIST 3981 - Modern Middle East
  • HIST 3983 - Arab-Israeli Conflict
  • HIST 4010 – Genocide
  • HIST 4331 - U.S. in the Middle East, 1945-Present
  • HIST 4606 - Seminar: History of Food
  • HIST 4990 - Seminar: History of Climate
  • PHIL 3117 - Ethics: Living, Killing, and Consenting
  • PHIL 3118  - Issues of Life and Death
  • PHIL 3135 - Theories of Justice
  • PHIL 3138 - Philosophy of Human Rights
  • PHIL 3184  - Freedom & Responsibility
  • PHIL 3712 - Global Environment and Justice
  • PHIL 3713 - Human Rights and Global Justice
  • PHIL 3973  - War and Peace, Just War Theory
  • PHIL 4205  - Justice and Social Identity
  • PHIL 4415 - Global Justice and Humanitarian Action
  • ANTH 3373 - Environment and Human Survival
  • ANTH 3380 - Hazards, Disasters & the Human Experience
  • ANTH 3490 - Anthropology of Political Violence
  • ANTH 3725 - Culture and Cultural Change
  • THEO 3455 - Theologies of Liberation
  • THEO 3542 - Catholic Social Teaching
  • THEO 3600 - Religion in Public Life
  • THEO 3610 - Christ in World Cultures
  • THEO 3660 - Religion and Politics
  • THEO 3700 - Scriptures of the World
  • THEO 3711 - Sacred Texts of the Mideast
  • THEO 3715 - Classic Islamic Texts
  • THEO 3720 - Hindu Literature and Ethics
  • THEO 3724 - Classic Buddhist Texts
  • THEO 3730 - Sacred Books of the East
  • THEO 3770 - Islamic Mysticism
  • THEO 3780 - Jesus and World Religions
  • THEO 3861 - Works of Mercy, Work for Justice
  • THEO 4020 - Faith That Imagines Justice
  • THEO 5400 - Topics in Islam: Texts & Traditions

**Fordham College Lincoln Center's Core Curriculum requires students to take two Philosophy courses
   and two Theology courses. Some selected courses may fulfill both the minor and core requirements.



     

 



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