PSCI 0450

Ethnic Conflict

Ethnic Conflict
Students will examine the phenomenon of ethnic conflict in the modern world. How important is "ethnicity" as opposed to politics, economics, or other factors in generating ethnic conflict? Is ethnic conflict inevitable? Why is it more prominent in some places than others? Can we move beyond ethnic conflict to social integration? We will consider these questions through a mix of theoretical readings and in-depth case studies of genocide, sectarian violence, state dissolution, riots, and racial tensions commonly considered ethnic conflict. 3 hrs. sem.
(Comparative Politics)/
Political Science
Political Science
Social Sciences
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Spring 2010

PSCI0450A-S10 Seminar (Bleich)

Spring 2008

PSCI0450A-S08 Seminar (Bleich)

Spring 2007

PSCI0450A-S07 Seminar (Bleich)

Spring 2006

PSCI0450A-S06 Seminar (Bleich)