Social Movements and Social Problems in Contemporary Spain

HISTORY 353A

Course offers a critical, comprehensive and panoramic approach to the study of fundamental social problems of contemporary Spanish society (inequalities, marginalization and exclusion, social risks, unemployment, housing, education, economic and political crisis, gender equality, etc.) that affect its various institutions (family, work, city, State, etc.). The approach will be twofold: on one hand, it will be carried out from a Sociology and Applied Anthropology theoretical perspective; on the other, it will familiarize students with the point of view of the citizens’ movements with regular encounters with activists and leaders of these organizations. Offered through Duke in Madrid program. Instructor: Staff
Curriculum Codes
  • CCI
  • EI
  • FL
  • SS
Cross-Listed As
  • SOCIOL 346A
  • SPANISH 342A
Typically Offered
Fall and/or Spring