William E. Granara
The course examines the major intellectual, political and sociocultural trends in the Arab world, from the anti-colonial struggle to self-determination. Topics include Arab nationalism, political reform, cultural production, economic development, and the emergence of the Arabian Gulf. Note: Bi-lingual sectioning will be provided for students who may select to read primary sources either in Arabic or English. Note: Course has additional hour to be arranged.
Enrollment Limited: No
Open to BTI Students: No
Jointly offered as Modern Middle East 170
Mon Wed 10am-11am
Course location to be announced.
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