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Using Conflict Analysis in History and Civilization Courses

Seán Easton

Gustavus Adolphus College

Incorporating accessible and engaging framing tools from the field of conflict analysis and resolution, such as needs/fears charts, conflict maps, etc., can enhance students’ engagement with both primary and secondary evidence. These tools facilitate an active, problem-solving approach enabling students to discern better and more independently a given conflict’s component parts, relationship to context, and key differences between competing accounts.

Session/Panel Title

Lightning Talks 1: Pedagogy

Session/Paper Number

26.4

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