Instructor, George Washington University, Spring 2023 Political Violence and the Jihadist Movement, Department of Political Science, PSC 2993 (please email for syllabus)
Instructor, George Washington University, Spring 2022 Political Violence in the Middle East, Department of Political Science, PSC 2993 (please email for syllabus) Instructor Rating: 4.8/5 This course provides an introduction to various forms of political violence, including substate violence surrounding civil war, insurgency, terrorism, climate change, gender, and nationalist conflict. Case materials are drawn primarily from the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). The first class of each week is designed to introduce students to different theories within the political violence literature. The second class of the week is more applied, taking an in-depth look at specific empirical cases throughout the MENA region. As a result, this course aims to provide students with knowledge about and apply theories in the political violence literature to different conflicts and armed groups in numerous regional countries, including Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Israel, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Syria, and Yemen.
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