Rebuilding Rwanda: Memory, Testimony, and Living Together After Genocide
Summer 2014 in Rwanda
Instructors: Amy M. Carnes, and Dan Leshem
Dates: June 2-July 2, 2014 (Tentative)
Applications due February 7, 2014. Applications should be submitted via email to Kia Hays at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Rebuilding Rwanda PWP course will study the history, genocide, aftermath and creation of modern day Rwanda. This course will immerse you in the complexities of socio-political reconstruction after genocide. Travel to Rwanda during its 20th anniversary commemoration of the 1994 Tutsi genocide where you will meet with local and international activists, policy-makers, and survivors.
As an exploration in problem-based learning, this course offers the opportunity to explore multiple facets of the complex task of post-genocide reconstruction and apply your on-the-ground experience to the formulation of responses to the problem. The course is collaborative, allowing you to work in small teams and as a large group to fully explore the depths of the issues raised in readings and experiences on the ground in Rwanda.
Additional expenses: $6048*
*Additional expenses include estimated costs for airfare, accommodations, visa fees and personal expenses (which can vary greatly from student to student).
Funding is available through SURF, student undergraduate research fund and Continuing Student Scholarships
Thursday, 21 November, 4:00-5:00 pm, USC Shoah Foundation (LVL)
To view a short video and article about the 2013 Rwanda program, click the link below
To read about one student's experience from the 2013 Rwanda program, click the link below