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HIS (History)

CRS RIDCODETITLELOCATIONCREDITSSTART/END/BLDG/RM/ACT/TIME*INSTRUCTORCOMMENTS
35251HIS 3810 01ST:Arab Spring&Its AftermathAurora - Main Campus4.0005/06/13 05/25/13 DUNH 201 LEC MTWTH 08:30AM 12:30PMMartin Forward Description: This course explores the origins of the Arab Spring and its consequences for the contemporary Middle East (concentrating particularly, but not exclusively, upon Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Palestine and Israel). We shall explore these questions: how has the Arab Spring and its aftermath unfolded in countries of the Middle East; what has been the contribution of Islam and other religions to the events surrounding the Arab Spring?; is the linkage between religion and politics a positive or negative thing in the region?; what contributions are nationalism, secularism and liberalism making to the region?; why are the actions of the USA often seen by inhabitants of the Middle East in an overwhelmingly negative light? No prerequisites.
* The indicated start and end times refer to the general time frame in which the course is offered (most often a standard term). The actual first or last class for a particular course may not occur on the date indicated.

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