(I am Irish. And my people are fond of railing about the potato famine as though it were a great injustice and personal affront and...not a fungus that didn't know you had a mammy and eight kids.)
I'm also a Jewish Studies major. (Don't ask why. It has nothing to do with Jews.) Which means that all of my classes are about people who have actually been oppressed. Usually by people like me. This semester, my final semester, I have a lovely complement of classes.
We begin the day with Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. This tells me that I suck, but at least other people suck right along with me.
Then I have Antisemitism Through the Ages. This assures me that I have always sucked.
Next is Jews in Modern Europe. Guess what? I sucked right up through the twentieth century!
Finally we wrap up with Jewish and Christian Responses to the Holocaust, making sure that I know I have a lot of atoning to do for the sucking, don't think you're getting away with one address at the synagogue in Rome, papist scum.
My other two classes are
The other one is a critical analysis of the implementation of the Good Friday Accords over the last ten years in Northern Ireland.
Yup. That's right. The British get to suck a little bit, too.