Lecture 21 -- Is the World Becoming Non-National

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 6/13/11 Is the World Becoming Non-National? Monday, November 22
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6/13/11 Final Essay Questions 3-4 Pages Due in class, Friday, December 3
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6/13/11 1) In what ways has your understanding of nations and nationalism changed since the beginning of the course? The more you immerse your response in the readings, the stronger it will be.
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6/13/11 2) Drawing on both the readings for the last module and for the entire semester, assess the future of nations and nationalism. For good or bad, are they likely to continue to shape history? Or are they increasingly things of the past?
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6/13/11 3) Watch either Gillo Pontecorvo’s The Battle of Algiers (1966) or Richard Attenborough’s Gandhi (1982). To what extent do these films illustrate insights from the readings for this course? In addressing this question, make sure to discuss Fanon’s “On Violence” as well as at least two other readings. The more you can ground your discussion
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6/13/11 Module Introduction Is the world becoming non-national?
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