[POLS 386] Studies in Comparative Political Thought
Capstone course that examines a particular theme, applied to various thinkers and countries of the world across time and space. Students will develop their own major research paper on a particular thinker or country and will present that paper in class. Potential themes include: comparative dissent; anarchism as theory and movement; comparative utopian thought; Chinese political thought; and political ideology in fiction.
Studies in Comparative Political Thought
Fulfills Domain/Capstone Requirements
Prerequisite: junior or senior standing and 2 courses in political theory and/or comparative politics.