Courses

Fall 2010 Course Offerings

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Course # Course Title and Syllabus Day/Time Instructor
PS 11 Introduction to American Politics
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Block E
MWF 10:30-11:20
Glaser
  Section TA Time  
  A   F 11:30-12:30  
  B   F 11:30-12:30  
  C   R 10:00-10:50  
  D   F 9:30-10:20  
  E   F 9:30-10:20  
  F   F 10:30-11:20  
PS 21 Introduction to Comparative Politics
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Block H+
TR 1:30-2:45
Shevel
  Section TA Time  
  A   F 10:30-11:20  
  B   F 12:00-12:50  
  C   R 6:00-6:50  
  D   W 6:00-6:50  
PS 41/
CLS 45/PHIL 41
Western Political Thought I
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Block L+
TR 4:30-5:45
Evrigenis
PS 43-01/
PHIL 43-01
Justice, Equality and Liberty Block I+
MW 3:00-4:15
Denby
  Section TA Time  
  A   R 9:30-10:20  
  B   F 12:00-12:50  
  C   F 10:30-11:20  
PS 59-02 Sophomore Seminar: Ethics and International Relations
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Block 11
T 6:30-9:00
Evrigenis
PS 61 Introduction to International Relations
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Block G+
MW 1:30-2:45
Mufti
  Section TA Time  
  A   T 12:00-12:50  
  B   R 12:00-12:50  
  C   F 1:30-2:20  
  D   F 2:30-3:20  
  E   F 10:30-11:20  
  F   F 3:30-4:20  
  G   F 3:30-4:20  
  H   F 1:30-2:20  
  I   F 12:00-12:50  
  J   F 12:00-12:50  
PS 99-01 Fieldwork in Politics Arr. Gleason
PS 121 SEM: Political Culture in Comparative Perspective
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Block 10
M 6:30-9:00
Cruz
PS 122 Soviet, Russian, and Post-Soviet Politics
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Block D+
TR 12:00-1:15
Shevel
PS 126 Chinese Politics
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Block G+
MW 1:30-2:45
Remick
PS 127-01 Latin American Politics
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Block I+
MW 3:00-4:15
Cruz
PS 129 African Politics
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Block G+
MW 1:30-2:45
Robinson
PS 135 Comparative Revolutions (M)
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Block E+
MW 10:30-11:45
Remick
PS 138-01 SEM: Authoritarianism in Comparative Perspective
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Block 7, W 1:30-4:00 Art
PS 138-06 Democracy and Dictatorship in Europe
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Block E+
MW 10:30-11:45
Art
PS 138-07 Democracy in Israel Block H+
TR 1:30-2:45
Blander
PS 138-08 Conflict and Natural Resources
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Block D+
TR 10:30-11:45
Gleason
PS 141 Shakespeare's Rome
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Block H+
TR 1:30-2:45
Sullivan
PS 144 Meaning of America
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Block D+
TR 10:30-11:45
Rasmussen
PS 146 Liberty, Morality and Virtue
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Block J+
TR 3:00-4:15
Devigne
PS 147 SEM: Political Philosophy of Nietzche
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Block 13
R 6:30-9:00
Devigne
PS 148 SEM: The Political Thought of Montesquieu
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Block 2
W 9:00-11:30
Sullivan
PS 149 Contemporary Political Theory
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Block J+
TR 3:00-4:15
Rasmussen
PS 158-05 Human Portraits Through the Ages
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TR 10:30-11:45 Blander
PS 158-06 Medieval Islamic Theories of Justice Block I+MW 3:00-4:15 London
PS 160 Force, Strategy, and Arms Control (M)
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Block D+
TR 10:30-11:45
Taliaferro
PS 166-01 SEM: Causes of Modern Interstate War (M)
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Block 6, T 1:30-4:00 Greenhill
PS 170-01 Understanding Civil Wars: Internal Wars and International Responses
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Block I+
MW 3:00-4:15
Greenhill
PS 181-01 Public Opinion and Foreign Policy (M)
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Block E+
MW 10:30-11:45
Eichenberg
PS 188-02 Neoconservatives and US Foreign Policy
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Block D+ TR 10:30-11:45 Smith
PS 188-04 Topics in IR: Encounters with the Middle East Block I+
MW 3:00-4:15
Finnegan
PS 188-06 Topics in International Relations: Global Environmental Politics
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Block H+
TR 1:30-2:45
Gleason
PS 188-23 Race, Ethnicity and US Africa Policy
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Block H+
TR 1:30-2:45
Robinson
PS 189-01 SEM: From Wilson to Obama
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Block 8
R 1:30-4:00
Smith
PS 189-04 SEM: World Wars and the Nation State
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Block 6
T 1:30-4:00
Taliaferro
PS 189-05 SEM: Turkish Foreign Policy
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Block 2
W 9:00-11:30
Mufti
PS 194 Politics of Environmental Policy in the US
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T & TH 8:05-9:20 Portney
PS 198-01/INTR 197-01 SEM: Senior Honors Thesis (M)
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Block 7+
W 1:20-4:20
Eichenberg


(M) = Methodologically focused course