Timothy Braatz

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First Name: 
Timothy
Last Name: 
Braatz
Phone: 
(949)582-4386
Title: 
History Instructor
Department: 
Social Sciences
Division: 
Division of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Organization: 
Saddleback College

 

BOOKS by TIMOTHY BRAATZ

Peace Lessons

     Reviews of Peace Lessons
          Robert Burrows   
          Dave Swanson   

Grisham's Juror (a novel)

From Ghetto to Death Camp: A Memoir of Privilege and Luck (with Anatol Chari)

Surviving Conquest: A History of the Yavapai Peoples

     Reviews of Surviving Conquest
          Frederick Hoxie  


RECENT ARTICLES by TIMOTHY BRAATZ

The Quarterback and the Propaganda

Presidential Elections Need Not Matter So Much   

Trump Apologizes, Wins Over Critics  (A Parody)   

Micah Johnson and a Culture of Violent Solutions   

Put Restorative Justice on the Democratic Platform   

The Confessions of Brock Turner and a Culture of Punishment   

The Limitations of Strategic Nonviolence   

The Satyagraha of John Brown   

Selma: A Gandhian Critique   

Speaking of War   

Clash of Cultures as Euphemism: Avoiding History at the Little Bighorn   
 

ABOUT TIMOTHY BRAATZ

Formal Education:  PhD, Arizona State University (US, Native American, Latin American history); MA, University of California, Santa Barbara (Latin American Studies); BA, California Lutheran University (Religion and Philosophy)

Courses Taught:  US history, Peace Studies, Humanities, US West history, Latin American history, Native American history

Teaching Career:  Saddleback College (1999-present), Southern Utah University (1998-99), Arizona State University (1993-1997)


FOR ONLINE STUDENTS

Considering an online course?  Start here:   http://www.saddleback.edu/oe/getting-started-online-courses

For assistance with technical questions, look here:   http://www.saddleback.edu/oe/student-technical-support

All online students taking Hist 22 and Hist 17 with Prof. Braatz will need the following REQUIRED TEXTBOOKA People’s History of the United State: 1492- Present, by Howard Zinn.  It is available at the campus bookstore or can be purchased online.  Also, this book can be read for free at: http://www.historyisaweapon.com/zinnapeopleshistory.html.