Comparative Politics

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Nationalism and Nation-Building Syllabus

Published: Mar 30, 2020 Contributor:Harris Mylonas

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This is a class on nationalism, ethnic conflict, and nation-building. The course is designed to provide you with an understanding of the most prominent explanations of the emergence of nationalism across the world, and the background knowledge and tools with which to evaluate them. We will discuss t

Nationalism Syllabus

Published: Mar 30, 2020 Contributor:Harris Mylonas

Content Type: Teaching Material

This is a class on the causes and the political effects of nationalism. The first half of the course is designed to provide you with an understanding of the most prominent explanations of the emergence of nationalism across the world, and the background knowledge and tools with which to evaluate the

Rise (and fall) of Democracy Around the World - Student's Choice Assignment

Published: Mar 30, 2020 Contributor:Shelley Rigger

Content Type: Teaching Material

This is an assignment from an upper-level undergraduate course on democratization. The students are offered a menu of options for presenting their work (podcast, video, infographic, etc.). There is also a rubric for assessment. democratization choice assignment rubric

Syllabus for world politics class

Published: Mar 31, 2020 Contributor:Victor Asal

Content Type: Teaching Material

This is a syllabus for teaching a class on world politics, both IR and comparative politics. keywords syllabus International Relations comparative politics

Public Speaking Preparation Assignment - Assessing a Political Figure

Published: Apr 03, 2020 Contributor:Mary Anne Mendoza

Content Type: Teaching Material

In this assignments, students are asked to watch a video clip of Belgian Member of the European Parliament (MEP) Guy Verhofstadt and his commentary on the Syrian situation in Aleppo. Any relevant speech could be used to be adjusted to the course content. There are a series of guiding question to he

Eurozone Crisis Policy Roundtable

Published: Apr 04, 2020 Contributor:William Winecoff

Content Type: Teaching Material

This exercise asks students to simulate the negotiation process of the eurozone sovereign debt crisis of 2010-2012. Students represent different countries and institutions involved in the crisis and seek to reach agreement. This follows two lectures on the subject, as well as several sets of reading

Politics of Disaster in the Middle East and Beyond Syllabus

Published: Apr 08, 2020 Contributor:Sarah Parkinson

Content Type: Teaching Material

This course examines the politics of natural and man-made disasters, including war, forced migration, drought, famine, earthquakes, tsunamis, storms, and epidemics. Focusing on the Middle East, it also presents comparative cases from Africa, South and Southeast Asia, and North America. In doing so,

Intro to Comparative Politics Syllabus

Published: May 11, 2020 Contributor:Colin Brown

Content Type: Teaching Material

This is a syllabus for an in-person, lecture-based introduction to comparative politics. It focuses more on topics than cases (with two weeks devoted to two case studies), and has several components designed to actively help students develop the skills to handle large amounts of reading for later po

US Foreign Policy in Sub Saharan Africa Project

Published: Aug 04, 2020 Contributor:David Monda

Content Type: Teaching Material

This resource was developed for APSA's Summer 2020 Virtual Teaching Workshop: Innovative Approaches to Online Teaching and is part of a collection of online teaching resources available through APSA Educate. This project will identify American foreign policy in Sub Saharan Africa over time. We wi

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