Courses

Spring 2015 Course Offerings

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Course # Course Title and Syllabus Day/Time Instructor Room
PS 011 Introduction to American Politics
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F+ TTh 12-1:15 Deborah Schildkraut Nelson Auditorium, Anderson Hall 
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  Rec A JR Jennifer Brody Braker Hall, Room 223
  Rec B JR Keller Kai-Moritz Halligan Hall, Room 111B
  Rec C LR Jennifer Brody Bromfield-Pearson, Room 005
  Rec D LR Jonathan Ramteke Jackson Hall, Room 5
  Rec E FF Jonathan Ramteke Olin Language Arts Ctr, Rm 005
PS 021 Introduction to Comparative Politics J+ TTh 3-4:15 Nimah Mazaheri Barnum Hall, Room 008
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  Rec A IM Ches Thurber Eaton Hall, Room 203
  Rec D LT Ches Thurber Olin Language Arts Ctr, Rm 006
PS 042 Western Political Thought II H+ TTh 1:30-2:45 Robert Devigne Braker Hall, Room 001
PS 061 Introduction to International Relations
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E+ MW 10:30-11:45 Richard Eichenberg Barnum Hall, Room 008
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  Rec A LT Ivan Rasmussen Eaton Hall, Room 124
  Rec B NT Ivan Rasmussen Eaton Hall, Room 204
  Rec C IW Phoebe Randel Olin Language Arts Ctr, Rm 005
  Rec D KW Phoebe Randel Eaton Hall, Room 204
  Rec E FF Irina Chindea Eaton Hall, Room 124
  Rec F EF Irina Chindea Eaton Hall, Room 124
PS 099 Fieldwork in Politics ARR Shin Fujihira ARR
PS 100 Seminar: Politics of U.S. Immigration Policy 12 W 6:30-9 Natalie Masuoka Packard Hall Conference Room
PS 102 Congress, Bureaucracy, and Public Policy
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G+ MW 1:30-2:45 Jeff Berry Anderson Hall, Room 312
PS 103 Political Science Research Methods (M) K+ MW 4:30-5:45 Natalie Masuoka Tisch Library, Mark 4 PC Lab
PS 104 Seminar: New Media, New Politics (M)
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0 M 9-11:30 Jeff Berry Packard Hall Conference Room
PS 105 Constitutional Law
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K+ MW 4:30-5:45 Teresa Walsh Tisch Library, Room 316
PS 118-06 Topics in American Politics: Community Organizing 8 Th 1:30-4 Daniel LeBlanc Eaton Hall, Room 204
PS 118-07 Topics in American Politics: First Amendment Law
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D+ TTh 10:30-11:45 Teresa Walsh Paige Hall, Terrace Room
PS 120 Seminar: Power and Politics in China
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7 W 1:30-4 Elizabeth Remick Packard Hall Conference Room
PS 124 Seminar: Comparative Political Economy Of Advanced Industrial Democracies (M) 10 M 6:30-9 Shin Fujihira Eaton Hall, Room 204
PS 129 African Politics
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I+ MW 3-4:15 Pearl Robinson Eaton Hall, Room 207
PS 130 Seminar: African Political Economy (M)
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8+ Th 1:20-4:20 Pearl Robinson Packard Hall Conference Room
PS 134 Comparative Politics of the Middle East
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E+ MW 10:30-11:45 Malik Mufti Tisch Library, Room 316
PS 138-02 Topics in Comparative Politics: Political Violence in State & Society
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P+ MW 7:30-8:45 Consuelo Cruz Miner Hall, Room 112
PS 138-14 Topics in Comparative Politics: Making States: Theory and Practice
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M+ MW 6-7:15 Consuelo Cruz Miner Hall, Room 112
PS 139-06 Seminar in Comparative Politics: Poverty and Public Policy 11+ T 6-9 Nimah Mazaheri Eaton Hall, Room 124
PS 142 Ethics and International Relations E+ MW 10:30-11:45 Kelly Greenhill and Ioannis Evrigenis Olin Language Arts Ctr, Rm 318
PS 144 The Meaning of America
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J+ TTh 3-4:15 Dennis Rasmussen Olin Language Arts Ctr, Rm 006
PS 148 Seminar: Political Thought of Montesquieu
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2 W 9-11:30 Vickie Sullivan Packard Hall Conference Room
PS 150 Plato's Socrates I+ MW 3-4:15 Ioannis Evrigenis Tisch Library, Room 316
PS 157 Seminar: Markets, Morals, and Religion: The Political Theory of David Hume and Adam Smith
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1 T 9-11:30 Dennis Rasmussen Packard Hall Conference Room
PS 158-09 Rise and Decay of the West N+ TTh 6-7:15 Robert Devigne Packard Hall Conference Room
PS 168 International Law
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M 2:00-4:20 Deepti Jayakrishnan Bromfield-Pearson, Room 101
PS 184 Seminar: Better Than The Truth: Extrafactual Information in International Politics (M) 10+ M 6-9 Kelly Greenhill Packard Hall Conference Room
PS 188-03 Topics in IR: Gender Issues in World Politics
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I+ MW 3-4:15 Richard Eichenberg Olin Language Arts Ctr, Rm 111
PS 188-12 Topics in IR: Chinese Foreign Policy
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J+ TTh 3-4:15 Michael Beckley Eaton Hall, Room 202
PS 188-19 Topics in IR: Human Rights and American Foreign Policy
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7+ W 1:20-4:20 Katrina Swett Tisch Library, Room 314
PS 188-20 Topics in IR: Environmental Negotiations 3 Th 9-11:30 Andrew Tirrell Eaton Hall, Room 123
PS 188-22 Topics in IR: Transnational Security Challenges: EU versus US Policy Responses
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K+ MW 4:30-5:45 Irina Chindea Jackson Hall, Room 5
PS 188-26 Topics in IR: Europe's Role in World Politics D+ TTh 10:30-11:45 Kostas Lavdas Paige Hall, Crane Room
PS 189-19 American Primacy
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11 T 6:30-9 Michael Beckley Olin Center, Room 318
PS 199 Senior Honors Thesis (M) ARR Natalie Masuoka ARR


(M) = Methodologically focused course