Identity and the Politics of Multiculturalism
Explores the theoretical implications of identity politics based on gender, race, ethnicity, sexuality. Considers the effects of these claims on liberty, justice, equal citizenship, political representation and participation. Readings cover liberalism, feminism, communitarianism and deliberative democracy.
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Coordinator(s) Associate Professor Katherine Smits
POLITICS 724: 15 points