Faculty of Arts
Revolutions, Insurgencies and Counter-hegemonic Movements
Explores the theory and practice of subordinate group resistance to status quo politics. This includes both violent and non-violent forms of mass collective action, eg, urban and rural guerrilla warfare, passive resistance, civil disobedience, eco-terrorism, guerrilla theatre and other types of counter-hegemonic vehicles as well as other forms of anti-establishment politics.
Not taught in 2012
Coursework + exam
POLITICS 334: 15.0 points
30 points at Stage II in Political Studies; or 15 points from HISTORY 231, LATINAM 201, POLITICS 234, SPANISH 211, 213, 306