Resistance and Revolt: Political Struggle and Liberal Capitalism
0.5 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 3

A discussion of the relations between power, political struggle and revolt in contemporary societies, with an emphasis on the liberal and capitalist Nation-State. Through the lens of resistance, revolt, riot and revolution, the course investigates the ways in which contemporary political identities are formed and transformed and discusses the shapes assumed by these spaces we define as "political". 

Additional Course Information
SY207 (or SY203*) or SY210.
CT455, SOJE455, SY309b.