Classes

The Rise of the Far Right in Europe

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2021

In this seminar, we will ask: first, how has the present wave of far-right parties in western and central Europe tapped into notions of national decline, instability, and changing demographics? Second, what can we learn about these movements by studying histories of European fascism in France, Germany, Spain, and Italy? And finally, how have these histories been obscured and rehabilitated in different ways in each of these countries? By moving from contemporary cases of resurgent nationalist sentiment to their interwar predecessors and back again, and through a consideration of novels, films, historical documents, speeches, and monuments, among other sources, the course will seek to uncover how anxieties of migration, race, and empire—as well as changing roles of religion, gender, and nationhood—shaped political animosities and allegiances within the European Far Right both a century ago and today.

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Equity and Opportunity: Gender and Sexuality in Context

Semester: 

Summer

Offered: 

2021
HGSE is offering a series of six core, limited-enrollment modules, each focusing on an aspect of identity in context. This module will focus specifically on gender and sexuality in context. Students in each Equity and Opportunity module will: (1) engage deeply with key concepts in equity, opportunity, inclusion, oppression, privilege, and power within the context of education; (2) connect and build meaningful relationships with others while recognizing the multiple intersecting identities, perspectives and differences people hold; and (3) make progress in understanding and reflecting...
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