Colonialism and Modern Social Theory
Module code: 021IRS
30 credits in spring semester
Teaching method: Seminar
Assessment modes: Coursework, Essay
Outline not currently available
Module learning outcomes
- Demonstrate a systematic understanding of the ways in which colonialism was central to the development of the traditions of modern social and political theory.
- Evaluate the thought of the different thinkers addressed in the module in the context of their time.
- Critically assess the strengths and limitations of modern social thought and its influence on contemporary constructions of relations, including international relations, among individuals, institutions, and wider society
- Clarify and critically discuss the concepts developed by selected theorists and theories