Common Challenges of Competing Regionalisms (TÜ)

The course will focus on the multifaceted nature of regionalism in different geographical and geo-political contexts in Europe and Eurasia and on its conceptual and theoretical definition by looking at the relevant cleavages in contemporary societies and at the fluid and ever changing nature of inter- and intra-state interaction and supranational/intergovernmental trends of integration. Historical and institutional comparative perspectives will allow students to practically assess the developments in the European and Eurasian regions and to investigate their impact on specific cases.

  • Maht 16 tundi (iseseisev töö 52 tundi)
  • Koolituskrediidi kohti 20
  • Tasulisi kohti 0 (0€)
  • Kursus on inglise keeles
  • Algus 26. aprill 2021
  • Registreeruda saab kuni 22. aprill 2021
Kursuse läbinu:

At the end of the course, students will have a solid understanding of the nature, foundation, history, and overtime institutional and political developments of the process of European and Eurasian integration. They will have a clear understanding of the theoretical perspectives and conceptual aspects of regionalism and they will have an opportunity to apply that to concrete cases in a comparative fashion.

Maili Vilson, Andrey Makarychev, Kristel Vits, Stefano Braghiroli, Anna Beitane, Shota Kakabadze,Iryna Maksymenko, Ala Leukavets, Reina Shehi (Zenelaj), Nikoleta Dukanovic, Mari-Liis Sulg

The MOOC takes place in the Moodle online environment.

MOOC is free of charge.

Õppevorm: E-kursus

In order to pass successfully, students need to complete all compulsory assignments and meet at least the minimum passing threshold criteria (51 points from the overall grade).

Kursuse kontaktisik:
Anna Beitane (