Zagreb, Croatia

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Examine the rich religious traditions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam in terms of their relations to one another and the past in Zagreb. Croatia is at the nexus of many religions and multiethnic identities, a vibrant and complex history. This class, led by a Manhattan College professor, will look at the intersections of identity, religion, ethnicity and how this impacts war, nation-building, and genocide. The experience includes meetings with human rights groups and organizations to analyze the positive solutions and cooperation between identities post-war and genocide.

Dates Offered

This is a summer session program. 

  • Summer break

Courses & Credits

Students may earn credit in religious studies or sociology.

  • 3 credits
  • RELS 300: Contemplating the Good Life or SOC 315: