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PSCI0202A-S14

African Politics

African Politics
This course surveys the challenges and possibilities that Sub-Saharan Africa presents in our era of globalization. We will look at the process of state formation to appreciate the relationships between historical legacies and political and economic development. Themes include state formation, democratic governance, sustainable development, and Africa in world affairs. Topics such as colonial rule and national responses, authoritarian rule, ethnic politics, the debt burden, the HIV/AIDS pandemic, and natural resource politics will be discussed. Case studies from English-, French-, and Portuguese-speaking Africa will be used to illuminate such relationships. 3 hrs lect/disc. (Comparative Politics)/
Course Reference Number (CRN):
21259

Course

PSCI0202

All Sections in Spring 2014

Spring 2014

PSCI0202A-S14 Lecture (Horning)
PSCI0202Y-S14 Discussion (Horning)
PSCI0202Z-S14 Discussion (Horning)