HIST 380 - Introduction to the Arab Spring 001


Map of Countries Involved in Arab Spring Protests

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  • 3 Units

  • Writing Emphasis Course

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The revolutions and uprisings of the 2011 "Arab Spring" are undoubtedly the most significant democratic transformations since the fall of the Soviet Union.  The extent of such revolutions has yet to be realized, yet it is essential to understand their origins and developments.  This course will use "Arab Spring" as a lens for introducing students to the political systems, social issues, youth culture, new social media, international alliances, and cultural values of the Arab world.

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