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4 sem. hrs. Prereq: at least two history courses and consent of the department for undergraduates. Enrollment normally open only to juniors, seniors, and graduate students. Examines narratives connected to September 11th and focuses on the debate within academic and policy circles, on terrorism as a form of warfare, on globalization and 9/11, and on the creation of post-9/11 policies. Provides an understanding as to how these narratives affect how we interpret the event, its causes, and subsequent decision-making.