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GVPT459Q

Seminar in Comparative Politics; Nationalism: Past, Persistence, and Prospects

An exploration of the political impact of nationalism. The course examines the nature and origins of nationalism, change and variation between civic forms of nationalism and both ethnic and religious nationalism, and how nationalism shapes and is shaped by domestic and foreign politics. The course will also explore the relationship between nationalism and populism in contemporary society.

Sister Courses: GVPT459A, GVPT459B, GVPT459C, GVPT459D, GVPT459E, GVPT459F, GVPT459G, GVPT459H, GVPT459I, GVPT459J, GVPT459K, GVPT459L, GVPT459M, GVPT459N, GVPT459O, GVPT459P, GVPT459R, GVPT459T, GVPT459U, GVPT459V, GVPT459W, GVPT459X, GVPT459Y

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Average GPA: 3.20 between 20 students

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