SIS-672 Theories of Comp & Int'l Stds Course Level: Graduate
Theories of Comparative and International Studies (3) Unlike the dominant tradition which divides comparative and international politics into separate areas of inquiry, this course bridges these two fields. Includes the rise of the modern state and its relation to historical capitalism and the nation; interactions between the state and the market; democratization and civil society; social movements; and global culture.
- Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
- Course Level: Graduate