[POLS 248] Contemporary African Politics
Guides students through the struggle for democratization and economic development from the post-independence era to the present day. Examines the major factors that shape African politics—the state; social groups; politics of identity [gender/ethnicity/class]; international donors; and financial institutions.
Contemporary African Politics
Prerequisite: Political Science 130 or 160 or consent of instructor.
Offered even years, spring semester.