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We are War. How do we teach and learn the human experience of war? How far removed is this experience from a classroom? Unexpectedly in , several students argued that this distance was the lecturer's construction. This response directly challenges an established narrative in international relations that the West has been essentially at peace since World War II, a narrative that obscures the fundamental role of war experience in the lives of ordinary citizens.
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Daniel Dunleavy. Joe Gazeley. Alex Guirakhoo. Lucie Merian. Yasmeen Omran. Select Format Select format. Permissions Icon Permissions. Abstract How do we teach and learn the human experience of war? Issue Section:. You do not currently have access to this article. Download all figures. Sign in. You could not be signed in.
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Dr Harmonie Toros
She has carried out extensive field research in Europe, the Middle East, South East Asia, and Africa researching state and non-state armed groups as well as investigating the human experience of war from combatant and non-combatant perspectives. Her current research focuses on incorporating war experience into the study of conflict, examining some of the key methodological and epistemological challenges involved in translating war experience into knowledge. She also publishes on pedagogical issues surrounding the teaching of human experience in war, based on her third-year undergraduate Humans at War module. Her work involves investigating how to further ground the study of terrorism but also conflict analysis and transformative practices in social and political theory in particular the work of the Frankfurt School but also that of Pierre Bourdieu.