These first three documents need to be downloaded and read by each member of the class, as the fundamental guidelines for successful completion of the course are provided therein.
The course syllabus lists the general requirements and expectations for the course. All specifics can be located on this website.
The stylesheet explains how to format all papers for this class. All papers that you hand in for credit, except for in-class activities, must adhere to this stylesheet.
This document provides explanations how to properly cite and reference your sources. The easiest way to fail this class is to fail to cite and reference your sources. The easiest way to lose points in this class is to fail to cite and reference properly.
This is a listing of the reading assignments for the course.
One of the requirements for this course is to lead the class's discussion for one day. This is a listing of the topics and dates. The rubric is also available.
The research paper that you write will cover the history of the ethnic conflict (of your choosing), the positions held by each of the sides (ideological and/or territorial), prognosis for an end to the conflict, and your own assessment of appropriate steps to take to resolve the issue.
Your presentation will last no more than 10 minutes, but more than 7, and will cover the most important points of your paper in a coherent presentation.