POL385H1: Issues in Contemporary Greece


This course is designed to comprehensively explore the theoretical, conceptual and empirical dimensions through the political history of the Greek state from the 19th c. to the present, and, to provide students with the critical skills to follow, understand and systematically analyze contemporary Greek politics. The class will alternate between highlights of Greek political history, theoretical foundations of major themes in Comparative Politics, and their empirical application to the politics of the Modern Greek state.


POL300H1 (Topics in Comparative Politics: Issues in Contemporary Greece), offered in Fall 2014, Winter 2016, and Winter 2017

Distribution Requirements: 
Social Science
Breadth Requirements: 
Society and its Institutions (3)