Political Science | International Relations: Terrorism & Political Violence
Y669 | 26188 | Ganguly

Class meets at 825 E. 8th St. (Department of India Studies)

This section also meets with Y657

This course will critically examine the burgeoning theoretical
literature on terrorism and political violence. It will focus on the
formation of terror networks, the motivations of suicide terrorists,
the religious and ideological bases of terrorism and state responses
to terror. To that end it will draw on a range of competing
theoretical perspectives that seek to explain this social and
political phenomenon. All students will be expected to write a
substantial term paper with a significant theoretical corpus.