PSCI183 - AMERICAN POLIT THOUGHT

Whether America begins with the Puritans and the Mayflower Compact, or with the Declaration of Independence and the Revolution, it is founded in resistance to empire. In the generations between, Americans have desired, dreaded and debated empire. This course will focus on empire and imperialism in American political thought. We will read primary texts addressing empire: from the departure and dissent of the Puritans, and Burke's Speech on Conciliation with the Colonies, to twentieth and twenty-first century debates over America's role in the world. These texts will include political pamphlets and speeches, poetry, novels, policy papers and film.
Section 001 - LEC
TR 1030AM-1130AM
HIRSCHMANN, NANCY J.
STITELER HALL B6
Section 201 - REC
W 0200PM-0300PM
ROTHSTEIN, SIDNEY
WILLIAMS HALL 5
Section 202 - REC
R 1200PM-0100PM
ROTHSTEIN, SIDNEY
STITELER HALL B30
Section 203 - REC
R 0130PM-0230PM
ROTHSTEIN, SIDNEY
MCNEIL BUILDING 110
Section 204 - REC
R 0300PM-0400PM
DONNELLY, ELLEN A
STITELER HALL B30
Section 205 - REC
F 1000AM-1100AM
DONNELLY, ELLEN A
WILLIAMS HALL 741
Section 206 - REC
F 0100PM-0200PM
DONNELLY, ELLEN A
STITELER HALL B30
Section 207 - REC
W 0200PM-0300PM
RUSSELL, JANE M
WILLIAMS HALL 219
Section 789 - REC

University of Pennsylvania
208 S. 37th Street, Room 217
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6215
Phone: (215) 898-7641

Anne Norton Chair
Matthew Levendusky Graduate Chair
Marc Meredith Undergraduate Chair