|Undergraduate Course Details|
|Title||Politics of Nationalism|
This course explores the role of nationalism and ethnic identity in politics. It examines how Americans and others define the political arena, the nation, and the state and the impact of these different definitions. The course will also examine case studies, primarily in Western Europe, where differences in ethnic identity impact national politics. Readings focus on the theoretical aspects of nationalism as well as case studies. Three lecture hours per week.
This course is designed to record the student's direct supervised involvement in the many aspects of Departmental theatre production. This course provides the application of the basic principles and practices addressed in the theatre courses THE101 Introduction to Theatre Arts, THE102 Stage Technology I, and/or THE110 Movement for the Stage. The pass/fail grade will be based on the successful completion of assigned cast or crew positions for Departmental Productions. Production Positions earning Theatre Participation non-degree credits are listed and explained in the Theatre Handbook and are available in the Department Office. Does not give degree credits and has no impact on GPA.