Courses

Fall 2013 Course Offerings

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Course # Course Title and Syllabus Day/Time Instructor Room
PS 004-01 First Year Tutorial: Plato's Republic 1 T
9:00–11:30
Evrigenis Eliot-Pearson Curriculum Room
PS 004-02 First Year Tutorial: Capitalism, For and Against
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G+ MW
1:30–2:45
Rasmussen Packard Hall Conference Room
PS 011 Introduction to American Politics E MWF
10:30–11:20
Glaser Feinleib Auditorium, Barnum Hall
  Recitation TA      
  PS 11 - Recitation A   F 12:00-12:50   Olin Language Arts Ctr. Room 116
  PS 11 - Recitation B   F 12:00-12:50   Barnum Hall Room 114
  PS 11 - Recitation C   F 9:30-10:20   Braker Hall Room 225
  PS 11 - Recitation D   F 9:30-10:20   Eaton Hall Room 203
  PS 11 - Recitation E   F 1:30-2:20   Eaton Hall Room 203
  PS 11 - Recitation F   F 1:30-2:20   Miner Hall Room 112
  PS 11 - Recitation G   R 10:30-11:20   Tisch Library Room 314
  PS 11 - Recitation H   R 10:30-11:20   Packard Hall Conference Room
PS 015 Sophomore Seminar: Politics in the City (M)
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0 M
9:00–11:30
Berry Packard Hall Conference Room
PS 021 Introduction to Comparative Politics F+ TR
12:00–1:15
Art Feinleib Auditorium, Barnum Hall
  Recitation TA      
  PS 21 - Recitation A   T 6:00–6:50   Bromfield-Pearson
Room 006
  PS 21 - Recitation B   R 6:00–6:50   Bromfield-Pearson
Room 006
  PS 21 - Recitation C   R 3:00–3:50   Olin Language Arts Ctr. Room 012
  PS 21 - Recitation D   W 6:00–6:50   Eaton Hall Room 203
  PS 21 - Recitation E   F 12:00–12:50   Eaton Hall Room 203
  PS 21 - Recitation F   T 4:30–5:20   Miner Hall Room 112
PS 041 Western Political Thought I D+
TR 10:30–11:45
Sullivan Pearson Hall Room 104
PS 061 Introduction to International Relations H+
TR I:30–2:45
Taliaferro ASEAN Auditorium, Cabot
  Recitation TA Time    
  PS 61 - Recitation A

 

R 6:00–6:50   Eaton Hall Room 203
  PS 61 - Recitation B   F 1:30–2:20   Bromfield-Pearson
Room 006
  PS 61 - Recitation C   F 1:30–2:20   East Hall Room 016
  PS 61 - Recitation D   T 4:30–5:20   Aidekman Arts Center Room 009
  PS 61 - Recitation E   T 4:30–5:20   Eaton Hall Room 203
  PS 61 - Recitation F   T 6:00–6:50   Eaton Hall Room 333
PS 099-01 Fieldwork in Politics ARR Gleason N/A
PS 100 Seminar: Politics of Immigration Policy in the United States 10 M
6:30–9:00
Masuoka Eaton Hall Room 204
PS 101 Presidency & the Executive Branch
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G+ MW
1:30–2:45
Berry Anderson Hall Room 212
PS 103-01 Political Science Research Methods (M)
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D+ TR
10:30–11:45
Schildkraut Tisch Library, Mark 4 PC Lab
PS 106 Racial and Ethnic Politics in the United States I+ MW
3:00–4:15
Masuoka Eaton Hall Room 203
PS 108 Public Opinion and U.S. Democracy (M)
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J+ TR
3:00–4:15
Schildkraut Eaton Hall Room 206
PS 118-03
*Cancelled
Topics in Amer. Politics: Politics & Economics of Water Policies L+ TR
4:30–5:45
Portney  
PS 121 Seminar: Political Culture in Comparative Perspective 11 T
6:30–9:00
Cruz Eaton Hall Room 204
PS 122 Soviet, Russian, and Post-Soviet Politics
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D+ TR
10:30–11:45
Shevel Lane Hall
Room 100A
PS 126 Chinese Politics
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H+ TR
1:30–2:45
Remick Jackson Hall Room 5
PS 127 Latin American Politics K+ MW
4:30–5:45
Cruz Eaton Hall Room 201 (Birch Room)
PS 129 African Politics G+ MW
1:30–2:45
Robinson Tisch Library Room 304 Auditorium
PS 135 Comparative Revolutions (M)
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D+ TR
10:30–11:45
Remick Eaton Hall Room 202
PS 138-08 Topics in Comparative Politics: Conflict and Natural Resources J+ TR
3:00–4:15
Minott Olin Language Arts Ctr. Room 002
PS 138-13 Topics in Comparative Politics: A World View of Race 8+ R
1:20–4:20
Robinson Aidekman Arts Center, Tisch Gallery
PS 139-02 Seminar in Comparative Politics: States, Nations, and the Politics of Citizenship Rules
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6 T
1:30–4:00
Shevel Packard Hall Conference Room
PS 139-05 Seminar in Comp. Pol.: War and Political Change in Europe 5+ M
1:20–4:20
(Time subject to change)
Art Eaton Hall Room 209
PS 144 The Meaning of America
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I+ MW
3:00–4:15
Rasmussen Bromfield-Pearson
Room 005
PS 155 The Social Contract L+ TR
4:30–5:45
Evrigenis Lane Hall
Room 100A
PS 172 U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East I+ MW
3:00–4:15
Russell Miner Hall Room 225
PS 188-03 Topics in IR: Gender Issues in World Politics E+ MW
10:30–11:45
Eichenberg Eaton Hall Room 202
PS 188-07 Topics in IR: The Utility of Force: The United States and the Changing Role of Force in International Politics L+ TR
4:30–5:45
Russell Packard Hall Conference Room
PS 188-11 Topics in IR: Political Foundation of Economic Prosperity G+ MW
1:30–2:45
Drezner Feinleib Auditorium, Barnum Hall
PS 188-12 Topics in IR: Chinese Foreign Policy J+ TR
3:00–4:15
Beckley Sophia Gordon Multipurpose Room
PS 188-13 Topics in IR: US Foreign Policy toward Asia L+ TR
4:30–5:45
Beckley Eaton Hall Room 206
PS 188-25 Topics in IR: Human Rights and Democracy Abroad: Wilson to Obama J+ TR
3:00–4:15
Smith Barnum Hall Room 114
PS 189-02 Seminar in IR: Global Environmental Politics 2 W
9:00–11:30
Tirrell Tisch Library Room 310
PS 189-03 Seminar in IR: International Relations of East Asia
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10 M
6:30–9:00
Fujihira Packard Hall Conference Room
PS 189-04 Seminar in IR: World Wars and the Nation State 1 T
9:00–11:30
Taliaferro Packard Hall Conference Room
PS 189-05 Seminar in IR: Turkish Foreign Policy 2 W
9:00–11:30
Mufti Packard Hall Conference Room
PS 189-06 Seminar in IR: Origins of Human Rights and Democracy Promotion in American Foreign Policy 7+ W
1:20–4:20
Smith Sci-Tech Center Room 135
PS 189-08 Seminar in IR: History of Financial Turbulence and Crisis 7 W
1:30–4:00
Psalidopoulos Paige Hall, Crane Room
PS 194-01 Politics of Environmental Policy in the U.S. L+ TR
4:30–5:45
Portney Eaton Hall Room 202
PS 198 Senior Honors Thesis (M)
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7 W
1:30–4:00
Eichenberg Paige Hall Room 201


(M) = Methodologically focused course