POL 487 Individual Lives and International Politics (3) MPC

Students consider the ways in which personal lives are interwoven into the political lives of nations and the world. Through the use of autobiographies, political histories of 20th century world affairs, and primary documents, students explore the interaction of individual lives and international politics. Students construct their own political autobiographies in partial fulfillment of Capstone requirements.

Prerequisite: senior standing and at least one course in international or comparative politics in the Department of Political Science.

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