Political Science 110DA, Winter 2011

POLI 110DA
Winter 2011
MWF 9:00-9:50

Professor Adam Gomez
ajgomez@ucsd.edu, Office Hours: WF 10:00-11:00, SSB 447

Teaching Assistant:
Justin Gottschalk: jgottschalk@ucsd.edu, Office Hours: Friday, 12:00-2:00, Sequoyah 101

SYLLABUS

Paper 1 (DUE 1/28)
Paper 2 (DUE 2/25)

01 Introduction, Yeats (1/3)
02 Weber 1 (1/5)
03 Weber 2 (1/7)
04 Schmitt 1 (1/10)
05 Schmitt 2 (1/12)
06 Schmitt 3 (1/14)
07 Lenin 1 (1/19)
08 Lenin 2 & essay requirements (1/21)
09 Gandhi (1/24)
10 King (1/26)
11 Fanon 1 (1/28)
12 Fanon 2 (2/2)
13 Fanon 3 (2/4)
14 Camus 1 (2/7)
15 Camus 2 (2/9)
16 Camus 3 (2/11)
17 Beauvoir 1 (2/14)
18 Beauvoir 2 (2/16)
19 Beauvoir 3 (2/18)
20 Oakeshott (2/21)
21 Rawls (2/23)
22 Marcuse 1 (2/25)
23 Marcuse 2 (2/28)
24 Marcuse 3 (3/2)
25 Marcuse 4 (3/4)
26 Genet 1 (3/7)
27 Genet 2 (3/9)
28 Conclusion (3/11)

Online Texts
William Butler Yeats, “The Second Coming”

Lenin, “What Is To Be Done?” (from Marxists Internet Archive)

Mahatma Gandhi, Satyagraha in South Africa, chapter XI, XII, XIII; The “Quit India” Speeches

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, “I Have a Dream” speech (video); Letter From Birmingham Jail
Statement by Alabama Clergymen (the statement that prompted King’s letter)

Albert Camus, “Neither Victims Nor Executioners”

Antonio Gramsci, excerpts from Selections From the Prison Notebooks
pp. 55-61, 125-136, 157-168, 210-218, 228-238, 257-264, 326-343, 365-366

Fyodor Dostoevsky, “The Grand Inquisitor” (from The Brothers Karamazov)

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