Courses: Social Change (SOCLH252B01)

Spring 2009

This seminar examines the sociological literature on states & processes of state formation from a number of disciplinary perspectives, considering how distinct historical paths of state formation have led to various kinds of institutional configurations we call "states." We will look at how states have been transformed in the contemporary globalizing world.

Prerequisites: Sociology 155a or b, or consent of instructor.

Fulfills: SO SJ I

Department

Sociology (Web site)

Taught By

Besnik Pula (Profile)

Meeting Times

MW 2:30-4:00