Modern Italian Political Thought
The class introduces students both to Italian contemporary history and political thought outlining the ideas of of some prominent political thinkers such as Benedetto Croce, Giovanni Gentile and Antonio Gramsci.
HIST 201 Italian Contemporary Political Thought - Politics and Political Theory in 20th Century Italian History
Instructor: Roberto Fineschi
The class introduces students both to Italian contemporary history and political thought by providing them with basic knowledge on different aspects (economic, cultural, social) of its development in the 20th century and outlining the ideas of some prominent political thinkers such as Benedetto Croce, Giovanni Gentile, and Antonio Gramsci.
No particular prerequisite. Familiarity with historical and political studies.
Course meets twice/week for a total of 45 contact hours.
Suggested credits: 3.
Student Learning Expectations
A deeper comprehension of contemporary Italy political thought and history.
Office Hour: by appointment
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