Led by Dr. Emilia Justyna Powell, a native of Poland, Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science, and Concurrent Associate Professor at the Law School at Notre Dame, this 3-week intensive course is designed as a fully immersive cultural, international, and intellectual experience for students. Most class instruction occurs on site, at major sites and museums in Warsaw, Auschwitz/Birkenau, Gdansk, and other surrounding cities. The course will immerse students in the historical and cultural context of Poland, make them reflect on the Holocaust and how it influenced international law, and experience Polish life.
POLS 34220: International Law and Holocaust (3 credits). This course counts as an elective toward the Constitutional Studies minor. Taught by Dr. Emilia Justyna Powell, and includes three lectures from Dr. Charles W. Powell, a faculty member at the Ansari Institute for Global Engagement with Religion.
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