Theodore G. Antikas
Politics and society of Greece from War of Independence to the present. Emergence and development of the Greek state; Greece in the world wars; civil war and post-war politics; military dictatorship; transition to democracy; recent developments. No prior study of Greece assumed. Offered: jointly with HSTEU 364.
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Student learning goals
General method of instruction
Lectures, power-points, debates, group work, thought papers (once per week). Each week's subject will be displayed electronically. Required books and additional
Two to three hours of studying per day.
Class assignments and grading
One "thought paper" per week. Debate assignments. One midterm paper (essay containing five subjects/questions of which three are answered). Finals follow the same path. In total, there will be 8 thought papers, plus two major papers (midterms and finals)
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