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PSC 154 A-Z - Special Topics in Comparative Politics

Semester Hours: 1-4


Periodically

An advanced course in the analysis of major problems in Comparative Politics.

Current Special Topics

PSC 154E: Arab Revolutions

In 2011, a massive wave of protest against dictatorship swept the Arab world. The outcomes ranged from fragile democratic transition to civil war to retrenchment of the previous regime. This course will examine the causes, events and outcomes of this phenomenon collectively known as “Arab Spring” in multiple countries. These events continue to reverberate in regional politics and offer a unique window into the challenges of large-scale political change in the Arab world and beyond. 

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
As individual subjects are selected, each is assigned a letter (A-Z) which is affixed to the course number. The course involves substantial reading, discussion and writing. Includes regular seminar sessions and individual conferences with instructor. Specific titles and course descriptions for special topics courses are available in the online class schedule. (Formerly PSC 154: Seminar: Comparative Politics.)





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