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3.00 credits | May be repeated for credit.
Prerequisites: ENGL 1007 or 1010 or 1011 or 2011.
Grading Basis: Graded
An exploration of the fundamental nature of political conflicts on the national and international levels.
Last Refreshed: 18-JUN-21 05.20.21.076640 AM
|1218 14593 1 001||Fall 2021||Storrs||In Person||Berghel, David||001||Reg||MoWe 4:40pm‑5:55pm
||19/19||Repression in a Digital Age. Topics include: ICTs, Mass Surveillance, Disinformation, and Censorship|
|1218 9104 1 002||Fall 2021||Storrs||In Person||Grande, Sandy||002||Reg||Tu 4:00pm‑6:30pm
|1218 9414 1 003||Fall 2021||Storrs||In Person||Richards, David||003||Reg||Th 5:30pm‑8:00pm
|1218 11775 1 004||Fall 2021||Storrs||In Person||Sylvester, Christine||004||Reg||TuTh 3:30pm‑4:45pm
||19/19||War is memorialized far more than other types of public action, surely more than activities we associate with peace. This course explores the politics or what is memorialized, where and how in the USA and internationally, and considers issues such as attacks on memorials and debates over reasons certain memorials exist and other meaningful events are not memorialized.|
|1218 12563 1 005||Fall 2021||Storrs||In Person||GERCEK, SALIH||005||Reg||Mo 4:00pm‑6:30pm
|1218 12850 1 Z81||Fall 2021||Stamford||Hybrid/Blended||Evers, Miles||Z81||Reg||Mo 4:40pm‑5:55pm
||19/19||This course will be taught as a blended course. The Monday sessions will meet in-person at the scheduled times. The Wednesday sessions will meet as online writing labs that students can complete individually or in groups.|