PSC300.2 Italian Politics: Laboratory of Populism (Fall, Spring)

Populism is one of the distinctive developments of 21st century politics. This course studies Italy as a crucial laboratory of different manifestations of populism. Populism already figured prominently in Italian politics in the  early 1990s, and has only grown in prominence, currently in the unique experience of populists in government. Course topics include the Italian political and constitutional system, political parties, populist movements, EU membership, and an in-depth analysis of the current populist turn in Italian politics.

Department: Political Science

Location: Florence

Semesters: Fall, Spring

Credits: 3