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Seminar in Comparative Politics; Revolutions and Revolutionary Movements

Prerequisite: GVPT280 or GVPT282. Restriction: Must be in Government & Politics program or Government & Politics: International Relations program. This course examines revolution as a means of political and social change. In the first part of the course, we will examine competing theories about the causes, processes, actors and outcomes of revolution. In the second part of the course, we will apply these theories and approaches to case studies of contemporary revolutions from the 19th century to the present.

Sister Courses: GVPT459A, GVPT459B, GVPT459C, GVPT459D, GVPT459E, GVPT459F, GVPT459G, GVPT459H, GVPT459I, GVPT459J, GVPT459K, GVPT459L, GVPT459M, GVPT459N, GVPT459O, GVPT459P, GVPT459Q, GVPT459R, GVPT459T, GVPT459U, GVPT459V, GVPT459X, GVPT459Y

Fall 2020

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Past Semesters

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Average rating: 5.00

Average GPA: 3.70 between 105 students

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