Social Movements in Europe and North America
A comparative examination of the development of a variety of social movements and their engagement with state institutions. Among the activist movements examined are civil rights, women's rights, sexual orientation rights, environmental and Indigenous rights mobilization.
Suzanne Staggenborg and Howard Ramos, Social Movements (Third Edition)
Format and Requirements
One two-hour lecture per week. Course requirements TBA.
One full course on 20th century politics or history of Europe, U.S., or Canada / one full course on gender or sexuality
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