Political Science : Inequality is often particularly durable between groups whose boundaries are based on assumed ancestry - e.g., the major ethnic categories in former European settler colonies, castes in South Asia. This course explores ongoing changes in the relationship between identity and social, economic and political inequality in some of these contexts.
Terms: Fall 2016
Instructors: Narendra Subramanian (Fall)
Prerequisite: 300 level course in comparative politics or related social science course.