Unit: College of Arts and Sciences
Department: Department of Politics
Office location and address
1540 Jefferson Park AveCharlottesville, Virginia 22903
Mobilizing Citizenship? Community media and citizen-state engagement
Source: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
November 01, 2019 – April 30, 2022
Theoretical approaches to global development from anthropology, economics, environmental sciences, history, politics, and sociology, and analysis of selected case studies. Prerequisite: the student must be a GDS major in order to enroll. Instructor permission.
Analysis of selected issues and concepts in comparative politics.
Intensive analysis of selected issues and concepts in comparative government. Prerequisite: One course in PLCP or instructor permission.
This seminar offers an examination of the state, civil society, and citizens, focusing on the ways in which these actors and institutions interact to shape economic, human, and political development. The course introduces theories of the state, civil society, and citizenship, and examines the linkages between these spheres, applying these theories to substantive issues and policy arenas.
In this seminar, GDS majors complete their GDS research paper. Prerequisite: Instructor permission AND the student must be a GDS major in order to enroll.
Independent study, under faculty supervision, for intensive research on a specific topic. Prerequisite: Instructor permission.
Intensive analysis of selected issues and concepts that are relevant to all subfields of political science.
Special Topics in Comparative Politics