States, Citizens and Identity in Comparative Perspective
0.5 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 3

The course introduces students to major issues and perspectives in comparative politics. Its thematic approach will allow students to examine the challenges of the modern state formation, different types of political systems and their governing institutions, and the relationship between the state and citizens, and state and identity formation in an increasingly global world. A wide array of country/case studies will be examined in a way that will encourage students to use major concepts in comparative politics and engage in comparison of experiences of major (post)industrialized states in Europe and North America, with those in Latin America, Asia and Africa.

Additional Course Information
Registration status: senior student.
PO205, PO206, PO228.