During the last decades, we have seen a resurgence of conflicts going on within states. This class aims to explore why some states have suffered from internal conflicts, which conditions contribute to internal revolts, and how these conflicts have developed.The course's approach is both theoretical and empirical. It will introduce students to theoretical debates regarding intrastate conflicts and political violence, providing empirical evidence and case studies along the way. During this course, students will obtain in-depth knowledge about selected topics, specifically recent conflicts around the world, including political protests in the Middle East and Latin America, violent conflicts in Africa, and social unrest in Europe, North America, and Asia.This course aims to provide analytical tools for the investigation and explanation of conflict, collective action, and social movements.
Die Veranstaltung wurde 4 mal im Vorlesungsverzeichnis SoSe 2021 gefunden: