I.e., “Abject Surrender 101.” From the Swarthmore College course catalog for Peace and Conflict Studies (thanks to Teri):
PEAC 042. Nonviolent Responses to Terrorism
(Cross-listed as SOAN 042)
Nonviolently confronting those who seek to prevail through intimidation and terror may seem impossible””until we analyze carefully the variety of interests underlying the choice of terrorist strategies and draw upon the rich history of nonviolent counter-terrorist tactics in many settings, including within the United States (such as the experience of African Americans). In this course, we will deconstruct “terrorism,” study the dynamics of cultural marginalization, and build on promising nonviolent cases to construct hypotheses and even venture into policy alternatives.