Lesson plans for the weekly discussion sections I taught for the undergraduate history class “The Holcaust: History and Memory” under the supervision of Prof. Devin Naar (University of Washington, Spring 2013).
In this class, students explored the roots of the Holocaust drawing on the following secondary sources:
In this class, students explored the concepts of victim, perpetrator, and bystander. They also engaged with Primo Levi’s concept of the Gray Zone. In preparation for the class, they read passages from the following books:
This is the syllabus for an undergraduate Latin American History I taught at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA. (2015)
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