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Education and Conflict

This course explores the politics of civil conflict, peacebuilding, and the role of education in promoting violence or peace. Specifically it explores the humanitarian efforts of international actors (international organizations, bilateral donors, NGOs), local actors (civil society associations, nationalist and ideological factions), and their influence on education systems during war and emerging peace. Case studies may include Afghanistan, Colombia, Sierra Leone, Pakistan, and West Bank/Gaza.

Course #
INTE-GE 2028
Applied Statistics, Social Science, and Humanities


Dana Burde

Associate Professor and Director of International Education