Joan of Arc Was One Hot Mama But ... "We Didn't Start The Fire..."
An Integrated, Interdisciplinary, Thematic Unit on World-Wide Holocausts from the Roman Empire to the Fall of Yugoslavia Through the course of history, humankind has found ways to self-destruct. Through the course of history, humans have been unable to understand and appreciate cultures seen as "other". This has been self-evident in the many genocides that have been recorded in history. Fear of difference compels humankind to maintain their cultural status quo through genocide. This interdisciplinary unit is designed to give students a basic understanding of the impact of "holocausts" over the course of time, from the rise of the Roman Empire to the fall of present day Yugoslavia.