Each paper should engage: 2-3 readings on power and privilege from class (different readings required for each of the three papers) 2-3 readings on your chosen subtopic, readings that you’ve found on your own as you research your subtopic (different readings required for each of the three papers)
Each paper should try to do the following, in some way or another: specify and summarize clearly and explicitly an idea(s) about power and privilege from the readings, with proper citations specify and summarize clearly and explicitly the international/global context within which you are thinking about.
Analyse power and privilege (i.e. talk about your subtopic clearly and explicitly) make connections between our shared readings on power and privilege on the one hand.
What context is provided by the readings?
E.g. Should states act in the trade context like Kennan says they should in the foreign aid context?
Do humanitarian organizations capitalize on “self-discipline” in their treatment and regulation of refugees, just as banks do in the context of working-class debt?
How do patriarchal power structures, like those discussed in McClintock, infuse contemporary conversations about nuclear proliferation.
Each paper should cite sources properly and provide a bibliography.
The extent to which you create a formal narrative here, the extent to which you have a solid argument, the extent to which you incorporate personal reflections is all up to you.
you will read outside articles and make connection with some i will provide some others reading