Identity as Property

POLS-Y 300 — Fall 2022 — Themester

Days and Times
MW 9:45 AM–11:00 AM
Course Description

“Identity as property” begins from the postulate that propriety, the normative basis and justification for property, is first and foremost about belonging, and only secondarily about possession or ownership. This course engages texts written in a number of different disciplines—literary theory, anthropology, philosophy, political theory—and written by authors who self-identify or are identified as either “European” or “non-European” or “hybrid” of both in order to investigate two cases of this belonging: nationality and cosmopolitanism; and authorship and authority.

Multiple course titles or topics are listed under this course number. Choose section 32358 with M. Weinman.

Instructor: Dr. Michael Weinman