PoliticsPOLI 190Q Theorizing Modernity

Introduces central categories and material implications that underwrite discourses on modernity since the late 18th century. Students read across the disciplines in fields such as political theory, postcolonialism, history, science studies, anthropology, and feminist criticism.


Prerequisite(s): any two of the following courses: POLI 105A, POLI 105B, POLI 105C, POLI 105D. Enrollment is restricted to senior politics and Latin American and Latino studies/politics combined majors during first and second pass enrollment.




Vanita Seth