PHI406 Citizenship from Modernity to Globalization (Fall)

The concept of citizenship as a major crossroads of European political thought: how it has been elaborated by individual thinkers and schools of thought, its permutations throughout European history, and its relevance in contemporary societies dominated by supranational powers. Cross-listed with PSC 406.

Counts as a Critical Reflections course in the Liberal Arts Core for Syracuse Arts & Sciences students, dually enrolled A&S/Newhouse students, and dually enrolled A&S/Education students.

Department: Philosophy

Location: Florence

Semester: Fall

Credits: 3