HIST146BQ:
Readings Seminar in the Body and Revolution in Middle East History

About the Course:

How does the body become a political symbol in various moments of revolt and uprising? What can these experiences and representations tell us about the very possibility of change? What can it reveal about political economy, sex, gender, torture and brutality? This course seeks to answer these questions through a study of the histories of the body and revolution in the Middle East.  

Pre-requisites:

History 46 or 146 or 146T or 146FR and upper division standing. 

Documents:

View the course’s GauchoSpace page or the instructor’s page for documents: Sherene Seikaly   

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