Contemporary Nonviolent Movements

Subject: 
Peace & Conflict Studies (PACS)
Catalog number: 
610
Unit weight: 
0.50
Meet type: 
SEM
Grading basis: 
NUM
Cross-listing(s): 
N/A
Requisites: 
N/A
Description: 
Through comparative case studies, this course examines contemporary nonviolent movements that illustrate pacifist and other nonviolent strategies for advancing social justice and other high-value political goals. Local, national and transnational campaigns that seek to shape the agenda for global change are examined alongside movements of more limited scope and ambition (e.g., national liberation movements, civil rights campaigns, struggles for democracy). Throughout, attention will be given to trends in practice and to debates concerning the effectiveness, ethical significance, and current relevance of nonviolent change methods.
Topic titles: 
N/A
Faculty: 
Conrad Grebel (CGC)
Academic level: 
GRD
Course ID: 
014159