The Graduate Programme - Nationalism and Ethno-Communal Conflict (MSc, MLitt, PhD) provides students with the theoretical and methodological tools to analyse conflict and settlement processes throughout the world. Course options cover areas such as theories of ethnicity, comparative ethnic conflict, nationalism and national identity, the politics of contention, theory and practice of consociationism, parallels between settlement processes and other forms of political transition, European regionalism, with possible specialisations in the study of conflict in Northern Ireland or in regions of Eastern Europe.
typically 2.1 in Politics or a cognate discipline
Recipient: University College Dublin
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