Nationalism in the Middle East as Idea and Practice

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MDES G6031, Fall 2006, Instructor: Joseph Massad

"This course intends to familiarize students with the most recent theories dealing with nationalism from a variety of angles and perspectives. In addition to covering the theoretical material, the course also examines two case studies on nationalism, Arab unionist nationalism and Zionist colonial—settler nationalism. The course will discuss issues of gender, law, sexuality, race, tradition, narration, in the context of studying the formation of national identities. Day/Time: Thursdays 4:10pm—6:00pm 3 points."

Official course description excerpted from colombia.edu website.

Diana Muir   8 08 06

MDES G6031, Fall 2006, Instructor: Joseph Massad

"This course intends to familiarize students with the most recent theories dealing with nationalism from a variety of angles and perspectives. In addition to covering the theoretical material, the course also examines two case studies on nationalism, Arab unionist nationalism and Zionist colonial—settler nationalism. The course will discuss issues of gender, law, sexuality, race, tradition, narration, in the context of studying the formation of national identities. Day/Time: Thursdays 4:10pm—6:00pm 3 points."

Official course description excerpted from colombia.edu website.

Diana Muir   8 08 06