Social Movements in a Changing Africa IS 825 (4)
From peasant uprisings and student protests to armed insurrections, this course explores the range of African social movements and assesses their role in shaping Africa's future. Key themes include the role of ethnicity and religion, the impact of urbanization, economic inequality, gender politics, and trends in international solidarity and engagement. Students with credit for IS 808 under the title "Social Movements in a Changing Africa" may not take this course for further credit. Students with credit for IS 325 may not take this course for further credit.