POL448H5 • Protest and Social Movements in Comparative and Transnational Perspective

This course focuses on key threads of subaltern collective action in comparative and transnational perspective, with a focus on Latin America. It delves into revolutionary, feminist, solidarity, decolonial, anti-racist, body-centered, anti-extractivist struggles, among others, from the late 20th Century to the present day.

4.0 POL credits, including 1.0 POL credit at the 300-level
POL443Y5 (2018-2019; Winter 2020; 2020-2021; 2021-2022; 2023-2024)
Social Science
In Class
Political Science