Sartre went to Cuba in the 1960s to meet Fidel Castro and spoke with Ernesto "Che" Guevara . After Guevara's death, Sartre would declare him to be "not only an intellectual but also the most complete human being of our age"  and the "era's most perfect man."  Sartre would also compliment Guevara by professing that "he lived his words, spoke his own actions and his story and the story of the world ran parallel".  However he stood against the persecution of gays by Castro's régime, which he compared to Nazi persecution of the Jews, and said: "In Cuba there are no Jews, but there are homosexuals". 
The goal of this course is to provide an overview of ways local communities experience and respond to conflicts. We will blend theoretical and practical approaches to the topic, and we will critically engage with the literature as well as examine its normative potential. The course will be divided in three parts: in weeks 1-5, we will establish the framework through which we are exploring the task at hand, exploring concepts such as that of "community" and how conflicts arise within them. In weeks 6-9, we will study community conflicts thematically, comparing and contrasting the dynamics of different kinds of conflict and the possible ways of managing them; and in weeks 10-12, we will push our understandings of the responses we have already explored further by taking particular ways of responding to conflict and examining them in depth.
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