D'Amour College of Liberal Arts and SciencesGovernment, Law Enforcement & PoliticsPolitical Science

POL- 338 Nationalism and Fascism

Credits: 3

POL 338 NATIONALISM AND FASCISM This course has as its focus the nation, as a unique form of political organization, and nationalism as the unique movement which gives that form its primary expression. Distinctions will be drawn between moderate and patriotic forms of nationalism and that extreme form known as fascism. It will analyze the rise of major manifestations of nationalism in the 19th and 20th centuries as well as the 21st century challenges posed to the sovereignty of the nation by multinational corporations, intergovernmental organizations, terrorism, transnational bodies (the EU), and even individuals.