POLS 663 Populism and Nationalism
This course will acquaint students with the various understandings and manifestations of the important phenomena of populism and nationalism around the world, including the United States. These political phenomena and their existence around the world and at home highlight the importance of the concepts of identity, citizenship, and practices of exclusion among others. While nationalism and populism are far from synonymous, they both underscore the challenges in the dynamic interaction between politics, society and culture(s). Prerequisite: Junior/Senior standing or consent of instructor.
Bachelor of Arts in Slavic, German, and Eurasian Studies
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Bachelor of Science in Education
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