9/11 and the “New Normal” Decade

The Strategic Effects of 9/11

The Strategic Effects of 9/11

Professor Spencer Bakich posted this on the blog for the y:1 course 9/11 and the “New Normal” Decade. One of the most influential American foreign policy journals, Foreign Affairs, has just released its newest issue.  Therein you will find the article “Al Qaeda’s Challenge: The Jihadists’ War With Islamist Democrats” written by William McCants.  Among McCants’ […]

Visualizing the Unspeakable: 9/11 and the "New Normal" Decade

Visualizing the Unspeakable: 9/11 and the “New Normal” Decade

      Professor David Griffith offers a fascinating post on his y:1 class blog: “There’s something eerie,” he writes, “about seeing the “War on Terror” superimposed” over places you know very well and care deeply about.”     Visualizing the Unspeakable | 9/11 and the “New Normal” Decade.  

Professor Dave Griffith on Collective Violence

Professor Dave Griffith on Collective Violence

SBC Creative Writing Professor Dave Griffith, who will co-teach the y:1 seminar 9/11 and the ‘New Normal’ Decade, is a regular contributor to the blog for the journal Image, a literary and arts quarterly that features writing and artwork that is informed by—or grapples with—religious faith. Professor Griffith’s most recent blog post focuses on the death of […]


9/11 and the “New Normal” Decade

9/11 and the “New Normal” Decade

Professors: Spencer D. Bakich (Government and International Affairs)           David Griffith (Creative Writing)           This seminar investigates precisely how the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, ushered forth broad political and social change in the United States and abroad. Among the questions the class will explore are […]

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