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SOC 333 - Nationalism and Citizenship (4)

This course introduces students to the subject of nationalism and citizenship, one of the most fiercely contested topics in modern society. Through an examination of various theories and case studies, the historical, political, and cultural development of nationalism and citizenship will be explored in Latin America, Africa, Asia, and Eastern Europe. By looking at nationalism and citizenship from a more comparative perspective, an appreciation of how the subject affects political, social, and personal identity will be gained. Offered intermittently.