Sun, July 26, 2020 12:00 AM - Sat, August 8, 2020, 12:00 AM UBC Vancouver Campus. This course is part of the UBC Future Global Leaders Pre-University Program for high school students ages 15-18, and is offered at UBC Vancouver. This program offers the option to stay in a UBC student residence during the program or commute daily.
In this era of globalization, nationalism is supposed to be dead; instead, identification with and loyalty to a nation-state is resurging all over the world. This course introduces students to the study of nationalism, with an emphasis on the following questions: How are national identities formed? Are there “good” and “bad” nationalisms? How does nationalism manifest in our everyday lives? Explore how and why nationalism is rising in an era of globalization, and what it means to be a national and global citizen in the 21st century.
You’ll be encouraged to draw on your own national experiences and responses to help illuminate our discussions.
Who should take this course?
This course is ideal if you’re interested in politics, history or the social sciences.
PHEROZE UNWALLA, PhD, is an instructor with the UBC Department of History and Vantage College at the University of British Columbia. He teaches courses on Middle Eastern history and politics as well as comparative courses on war, conflict and trauma.
For more information, call 604-822-1444 or visit https://extendedlearning.ubc.ca/programs/future-global-leaders