A word about the Case Studies: For each response, answer the question posed by incorporating quotes from the relevant primary source readings. Reading first-hand accounts by the people who lived the history we are studying completes the image, giving you insight impossible to gain otherwise.
Also, keep in mind this checklist for your primary source case studies.
Use direct quotes!
Use historical vocabulary
Use info from other sources, but do not forget to use direct quotes from the primary sources.
Include a works cited page.
Use MLA style.
Spelling, punctuation, and word choice DO matter. Avoid being vague or superficial.
Use the correct names for historical figures. Some go by one name only; Napoleon, for example. Monarchs are referred to by their “state” name; for example, Queen Victoria, King George III, etc. Ordinary people are referred to by their first and last name in the first reference; after this initial reference, refer to historical figures by their last name, not their first name.
Case Study 2: Defining Genocide in the modern era
Due by midnight March 11
Your required viewing for this case involves the documentary Genocide: Worse than War. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7cZuhqSzzc)Please also read:
Bosnian Genocide (background) (https://www.history.com/topics/1990s/bosnian-genocide)
the UN Declaration on Human Rights (http://hrlibrary.umn.edu/instree/b1udhr.htm)
Ethnic Groups in Yugoslavia (http://chnm.gmu.edu/1989/items/show/170)
Yugoslavia: an outworn structure (http://chnm.gmu.edu/1989/items/show/325)
Gendercide in Bosnia (http://www.gendercide.org/case_bosnia.html)
New Fears of Ethnic Conflict in Bosnia (2014) (https://www.nytimes.com/2008/12/14/world/europe/14bosnia.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0)
Answer this question: Explain, using specific examples from the film and from the primary sources (maps count as a primary source, by the way), how and why the Bosnian genocide was a natural consequence of the post-WWII polarization of Europe.