F412 Fall 2018 Conflict and the Novel: Graham Greene's The Quiet American
Thursdays, 11:50-1:15, November 1-8
Instructor: Richard Rubenstein
In this course we read and interpret Graham Greene's prophetic novel, The Quiet American, in order to discover what imaginative literature can teach us about violent conflict.
Richard Rubenstein is university professor of conflict resolution and public affairs at George Mason University and teaches a graduate course in conflict and literature. He is the author of nine books on violent political conflict and methods of resolving conflict nonviolently.