Social and Political Movements, Ethnicity and Nationalism (3)
Course Level: Graduate
This course examines a range of social and political movements from a comparative perspective. It explores both theoretically and empirically the issues of political change, social movements, the religionization of politics, ethnicity and politics, nationalism, revolution, gender and political change, informal politics, non-state actors, transnational networks and movements and civil society. Usually offered alternate springs. Prerequisite: admission to master's or Ph.D. degree program.