Wednesday, December 10, 2008

HUM 220: Peace/Conflict Studies (Historical) Supplement Pt. 6

Media and the War on Terror:

Bill Moyer's Journal: Buying the War

Torture and War on Terror (Legal Thinking):

Z Magazine: Alberto Gonzales & the Lawyers of the Third Reich

Wendell Berry: A Citizen’s Response to the National Security Strategy (Orion Magazine)

TomDispatch: What Do We Call the Enemy?

Gonzalez Memos

Psychology of Torture and Imprisonment:

Shock Doctrine video (Filmmaker Alonzo Cuaron/Narrator Naomi Klein based upon her book The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism)

For a Student Researching Theories Regarding Military Prison Camps

Project Censored 2009 #10: American Psychological Association Complicit in CIA Torture

Alston Chase: Harvard and the Making of the Unabomber (The Atlantic)

Understanding How Good People Turn Evil: Psychologist Philip Zimbardo On his Landmark Stanford Prison Experiment, Abu Ghraib and More

Stanford Prison Experiment

On “torture”:

Effectiveness of Torture (various reports)

Project Censored 2007 #7: US Operatives Torture Detainees to Death in Afghanistan and Iraq

Bill Moyers Journal: International Lawyer Phillippe Sands on TORTURE TEAM: RUMSFELD'S MEMO AND THE BETRAYAL OF AMERICAN VALUES

A Study of the History of US Intelligence Community Human Rights Violations and Continuing Research

C-SPAN After Words: Jane Mayer The Dark Side: The Inside Story of How the War on Terror Turned into a War on American Ideals

Chris Shumway: Pattern Emerges of Sexual Assault Against Women Held by US Forces

Studio 360: Errol Morris' Standard Operating Procedure; Depicting Abu Ghraib

Jane Mayer: The Dark Side/Extraordinary Rendition/Outsourcing Torture; Canadian Citizen Imprisoned By U.S. Speaks Out

Christopher Hichen’s Waterboard Session

NOW on PBS: Torture Tactics--Interview with Alex Gibney about Taxi to the Dark Side

Silja Talvi: Torture Fatigue (In These Times)

The Hindu Business Line: Tormentors and Tormented

More resources on torture in the Peace/Conflict Studies Archive

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