|1.||Demonstrate an understanding of the historical, ethnic, religious, and cultural diversity of the Middle East upon which contemporary political complexity is based;|
|2.||Interpret Orientalism and/or post-colonialism, and how it shaped the ways in which Western audiences view the Middle East;|
|3.||Apply an understanding of the relationship between democracy, nationalism and self-determination; causes of migration movements; and|
|4.||Explore civil society with particular reference to political opposition, feminism, and other political movements.|
|Test||In-class source analyses x 3||12%|
|Test||In-class source analyses x 7||28%|
A History of the Modern Middle East, Sixth Edition,
Cleveland, William L., 2016
Westview Press, Boulder, CO
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