Wheaton College Norton, Massachusetts
Wheaton College
Political Science

Academics

Political Science 225. Italian Politics

An examination of the dramatic changes in contemporary Italian politics that mark the transition to the Second Republic. Through a series of case studies and films, the course will focus on topics such as political culture and the myth of a “backward” Italy, feminism and the “youth question,” electoral reforms, immigration, bureaucracy and corruption, the fight against the Mafia, federalism and local government reform, and Italy and the European Union.

Connections:
Conx 20014 Modern Italy

Conx 23014 Film and Society