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GOVT-735 Social and Political Movements, Ethnicity, and Nationalism Course Level: Graduate

Social and Political Movements, Ethnicity and Nationalism (3) 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, religion and 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.