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2015-2016 Catalog

GOVT 415 Nationalism in World Politics

This course explores the concept and practice of nationalism, with a particular emphasis on the role that it plays in world politics. We will survey the main concepts and theories in the study of nationalism, identify the major actors and processes in the politics of nationalism, examine the emergence of nationalism as a major force in international relations, and investigate various links between questions of national identity and interstate cooperation or conflict. [GM2, SS, W]

Prerequisite

GOVT 102, plus one of the following: GOVT 223, GOVT 225, GOVT 227, GOVT 230, GOVT 231, GOVT 238, GOVT 332, GOVT 334, GOVT 336, or permission of instructor

Instructor

Park