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PSCI/INTR 267 Identity, Ethnicity and Nationalism

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  • Fall 2019
    Bonnie M. Meguid
    Fall 2019 — MW 14:00 - 15:15
    Course Syllabus

    This course explores the concepts of identity, ethnicity and nationalism from a comparative perspective. Drawing upon theories from political science, anthropology, sociology and economics, we will examine how identity is defined and how societies use these constructions in, among other things, nation-building, war, and party competition. Theoretical readings will be supplemented with empirical studies from developed and developing countries across different time periods.

  • Fall 2018
    Bonnie M. Meguid
    Fall 2018 — MW 14:00 - 15:15
    Course Syllabus

    This course explores the concepts of identity, ethnicity and nationalism from a comparative perspective. Drawing upon theories from political science, anthropology, sociology and economics, we will examine how identity is defined and how societies use these constructions in, among other things, nation-building, war, and party competition. Theoretical readings will be supplemented with empirical studies from developed and developing countries across different time periods.

  • Fall 2017
    Bonnie M. Meguid
    Fall 2017 — MW 14:00 - 15:15
    Course Syllabus

    This course explores the concepts of identity, ethnicity and nationalism from a comparative perspective. Drawing upon theories from political science, anthropology, sociology and economics, we will examine how identity is defined and how societies use these constructions in, among other things, nation-building, war, and party competition. Theoretical readings will be supplemented with empirical studies from developed and developing countries across different time periods.

  • Fall 2015
    Bonnie M. Meguid
    Fall 2015 — MW 14:00 - 15:15
    Course Syllabus

    This course explores the concepts of identity, ethnicity and nationalism from a comparative perspective. Drawing upon theories from political science, anthropology, sociology and economics, we will examine how identity is defined and how societies use these constructions in, among other things, nation-building, war, and party competition. Theoretical readings will be supplemented with empirical studies from developed and developing countries across different time periods.

  • Fall 2014
    Bonnie M. Meguid
    Fall 2014 — MW 14:00 - 15:15
    Course Syllabus

    This course explores the concepts of identity, ethnicity and nationalism from a comparative perspective. Drawing upon theories from political science, anthropology, sociology and economics, we will examine how identity is defined and how societies use these constructions in, among other things, nation-building, war, and party competition. Theoretical readings will be supplemented with empirical studies from developed and developing countries across different time periods.

  • Spring 2013
    Bonnie M. Meguid
    Spring 2013 — TR 14:00 - 15:15
    Course Syllabus

    This course explores the concepts of identity, ethnicity and nationalism from a comparative perspective. Drawing upon theories from political science, anthropology, sociology and economics, we will examine how identity is defined and how societies use these constructions in, among other things, nation-building, war, and party competition. Theoretical readings will be supplemented with empirical studies from developed and developing countries across different time periods.

  • Spring 2010
    Bonnie M. Meguid
    Spring 2010 — TR 14:00 - 15:15
    Course Syllabus

    This course explores the concepts of identity, ethnicity and nationalism from a comparative perspective. Drawing upon theories from political science, anthropology, sociology and economics, we will examine how identity is defined and how societies use these constructions in, among other things, nation-building, war, and party competition. Theoretical readings will be supplemented with empirical studies from developed and developing countries across different time periods.