Diplomacy is a challenging, fun game of international intrigue. Henry Kissinger described it as his favorite game. Through it, boys learn strategy and foreign relations while they compete and have fun.
The game involves seven Empires (players) before World War I. During camp, students will learn the rules of the game and play several rounds. Periodically the class will pause the game and look back on similar, historic diplomatic moments where real leaders had to make tough decisions. Diplomacy is the perfect blend of fun and educational.
Dr. Tom Kelliher, B.A. Columbia University; Ph.D. University of Notre Dame,
Dr. Kelliher has been teaching History and Religion at Northridge for 23 years. He has a passion for teaching in energetic and fun ways. Please contact him, email@example.com, if you have any questions about the camp.
Enrollment Cap. We will accept the first seven students on a first-come first-served basis.