Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Studies, Minor

The interdisciplinary Minor in Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Studies (HGHR) consists of a minimum of 18 credit hours, including a 3-hour introductory course and 15 hours divided among subjects in Holocaust Studies and subjects in Genocide and Human Rights Studies.  

HGHR 2100 (INTL 2100) /  Intro to HGHR Studies is required, but is not a prerequisite for anything; and: it does not matter if you enroll in the HGHR or in the INTL section. Either way, it counts toward the Minor. Intro to HGHR Studies is offered every semester, and once (online) in the summer.

This Web page is the only place to find a complete listing of courses that count toward the major; you will not find them by scrolling through HGHR courses on Banner, which only lists a handful of our classes. Contact John Cox (jcox73@uncc.edu) for more information.

Summer and Fall 2020 classes that count toward HGHR Minor

Summer 1
HGHR 3050 (INTL 3002) Resistance During the Holocaust  Online
WGST 3220-080 Feminist Thought  Online
WGST 3155-080 Disney: Gender, Race and Empire  Online
Summer 2
AFRS 3050 (WGST 3050, HIST 3090) "Ain't I a Woman": Black Women in the African Diaspora, 1500-1800 Online
AFRS 3260 Slavery, Racism & Colonialism in the African Diaspora
AFRS 321  Racial Violence, Colonial Times to Present  Online
WGST 3220-081 Feminist Thought   Online
 

Fall

 
WE POSTED THIS SCHEDULE in APRIL; most classes have changed, and switched to "hybrid" or remote;
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INTL 2100-001 (HGHR 2100-001)  Intro to HGHR Studies  TR 2:30-3:45
    HOLOCAUST STUDIES
HGHR 3050-004 (INTL 3002/RELS 3000)  Legacy of the Holocaust N/A On-Line
GERM 3650 Holocaust through German Literature and Film [class is in English] M 5:30-8:15
HIST 2005 The Holocaust (HIST majors only) MWF 12:20-1:10
    GENOCIDE AND HUMAN RIGHTS STUDIES
HGHR 3050-001 (INTL 3002/ANTH 3127)  Anthropology of Violence  MWF 10:10-11:00
HGHR 3050 (HIST3003/INTL3002) US-Vietnam War & Global Upheaval of the '60s TR 11:30-12:45
INTL 3001-007 (WGST 3050)  Women and Globalization  TR 4:00-5:15
INTL 3003-002 (WGST 4050) Transnational Feminisms TR 11:30-12:45
INTL 3003-D01 (POLS 3030) Human Rights and Conflict TR 10:00-11:15
INTL 3003-E01 (POLS 3003)  Extremist Ideologies & Politics of Terror TR 10:00-11:15
AFRS 2050 (RELS 2000)  Religion and Racism MWF 11:15-12:05
AFRS 2207  Pan Africanism TR 10:00-11:15
AFRS 3218 (HIST 3218) Racial Violence, Colonial Times to Present MWF 1:15-2:15
AFRS 3260 (HIST 3190)  Slavery, Racism, & Colonialism in African Diaspora TR 4:00-5:15
HIST 2160 (AFRS 2160) African American Experience through Civil War MWF 10:10-11:00
HIST 2162 (AFRS 2050/WGST 2050) Afr-Am Women’s History to 1877  TR 1:00-2:15
AFRS 3278 (HIST 3178 / LATM 3278)  Racial in the History of Brazil TR 8:30-9:45
HIST 2600 Genocide Before the Holocaust (HIST majors only) MW 4:00-5:15
HIST 3000-A02 Mass Incarceration in the United States TR 10:00-11:15
HIST 3211 Civil War & Reconstruction MW 2:30-3:45
RELS 3150 (AFRS 3050/HIST 3000) African-American Church and Civil Rights T 2:30-3:45
WGST 3050-001 Gendered Islamophobia and the Media  M 2:30-5:15
WGST 3155  Disney: Gender, Race, & Empire  On-Line
WGST 3220-001/002/003 Feminist Thought On-line / TR 2:30-3:45 / TR 11:30-12:45
WGST 4140  African-American Feminism  On-Line
 
WE POSTED THIS SCHEDULE (above) in APRIL; most classes have changed, and switched to "hybrid" or remote;
CHECK ON BANNER TO SEE HOW PARTICULAR COURSES ARE BEING TAUGHT

 


Spring 2020 classes that count toward HGHR Minor


Past semesters

 

 

 

 

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