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PSCI 370: Seminar: Courageous Resistance to Injustice

Individuals, communities, and organizations have found ways to address even the most egregious state abuses of human rights and other injustices. Using comparative analysis, this course considers cases and theories of nonviolent personal and political resistance and the factors that appear to contribute to people taking action and to successful responses. Students research and analyze cases of their choosing in light of the literature.
Prerequisites: PSCI 220 and at least one course in the subfield or permission of instructor.

American Studies

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...Music History PSCI 111 American Politics PSCI 211...History (American Topics) HIST 370 American Seminar HIST...

Management Studies

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...Ethics PSCI 220 Analyzing Politics and Policies PSCI...275 Environmental History HIST 370 American Seminar (with...

Race and Ethnic Studies

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...Justice PSCI 244 Race and American Politics PSCI...Holocaust and History) HIST 370 American Seminar (when...