2017-2018 Catalog 
    
    Jun 18, 2018  
2017-2018 Catalog

Courses


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Government

   •  GOVT130 CM - Presidential Primaries, Nominations, and Elections
   •  GOVT131 CM - Heroes, Villains, and Clowns
   •  GOVT132 CM - Development Aid in Practice
   •  GOVT132E CM - Politics and Economics of Natural Resource Policy in Developing Countries
   •  GOVT133 CM - India in Asia: Democracy and Development in India, China, and Pakistan
   •  GOVT133E CM - Democratic Politics and the Military in Latin America
   •  GOVT134 CM - Mexican Government and Politics
   •  GOVT134E CM - Democratization, Violence and Change: Mexico's Political Transformation
   •  GOVT135 CM - Comparative Politics of the Middle East
   •  GOVT136 CM - The Politics of Radical Movements in America
   •  GOVT138 CM - Religion, Politics, and Change in Latin America
   •  GOVT139 CM - Development, Power, and Globalization
   •  GOVT140 CM - International Politics of Nuclear Weapons
   •  GOVT140C CM - Made in India: Economy and Society of India
   •  GOVT141 CM - The Politics and Craft of International Journalism
   •  GOVT141B CM - East Asian Political Economy
   •  GOVT142 CM - International Political Feature Writing
   •  GOVT142A CM - Regionalism in East Asia: History and Its Prospects
   •  GOVT142E CM - Chinese Politics
   •  GOVT143C CM - International Political Economy of Money and Finance
   •  GOVT144A CM - Sixties Movements
   •  GOVT144B CM - Comparing Social Movements Across the World
   •  GOVT144D CM - Democracy in Developing Countries
   •  GOVT145 CM - Globalization and East Asian Capitalism
   •  GOVT145E CM - Security Studies
   •  GOVT146 CM - Chinese Foreign Policy
   •  GOVT148 CM - Leadership in Politics and Diplomacy
   •  GOVT149 CM - Foreign Relations of the United States
   •  GOVT150 CM - U.S. National Security Policy
   •  GOVT150E CM - Diplomacy and Military Power in U.S. Foreign Policy
   •  GOVT151 CM - The United States, Israel, and the Arabs
   •  GOVT151C CM - Nations, Nationalism, and State-Building in the Middle East
   •  GOVT152 CM - U.S. Policy in Asia
   •  GOVT154 CM - Policymaking in International Organizations
   •  GOVT156C CM - War
   •  GOVT156E CM - War II: Film
   •  GOVT157S CM - Special Topics in International Relations
   •  GOVT160 CM - Statesmanship and Leadership
   •  GOVT161 CM - The Natural Law
   •  GOVT163 CM - Democracy in Crisis: the Statesmanship of Abraham Lincoln
   •  GOVT164 CM - Political Rhetoric
   •  GOVT165 CM - Political Philosophy and History
   •  GOVT166C CM - The Politics of the Gig Economy: Entrepreneurship, Technological Innovation, and Politics
   •  GOVT167 CM - The American Founding
   •  GOVT168 CM - Black Intellectuals: Debating Race in the Age of Obama
   •  GOVT169 CM - American Political Thought I
   •  GOVT170 CM - American Political Thought II
   •  GOVT171 CM - From Theocracy to Democracy
   •  GOVT171C CM - Religion and Liberalism: Enlightenment Approaches to Comparative Constitutional Secularism
   •  GOVT172 CM - Political Philosophy and Foreign Policy
   •  GOVT173C CM - Russian Politics
   •  GOVT174 CM - Topics in Political Philosophy
   •  GOVT174C CM - Politics, Philosophy, and War: Xenophon’s Political Philosophy
   •  GOVT175C CM - Psychoanalysis and Politics
   •  GOVT177 CM - The English-Irish-American Political Triangle
   •  GOVT178 CM - International Law
   •  GOVT180A CM - Political Reading and Writing I
   •  GOVT180B CM - Political Reading and Writing II
   •  GOVT181 CM - Crime and Public Policy
   •  GOVT182 CM - Church and State in American Constitutionalism
   •  GOVT185 CM - The Supreme Court and Criminal Procedure
   •  GOVT186 CM - the Death Penalty Debate in Philosophy, Religion, Law, and Popular Culture
   •  GOVT187 CM - Women and the Law
   •  GOVT189 CM - Seminar in Legal Studies
   •  GOVT191 CM - Public Policy Since the New Deal
   •  GOVT192 CM - Liberalism and Conservatism
   •  GOVT193 CM - Presidential War Powers
   •  GOVT196 CM - International Human Rights
   •  GOVT199 CM - Independent Study in Government

History

   •  HIST017 CH - Chicano/Latino History
   •  HIST025 CH - All Power to the People!
   •  HIST028 CH - Revolution and Intervention
   •  HIST031 CH - Colonial Latin American History
   •  HIST032 CH - Latin America Since Independence
   •  HIST034 CH - History of Mexico
   •  HIST040 AF - History of Africa to 1800
   •  HIST041 AF - History of Africa from 1800
   •  HIST050A AF - African Diaspora in the United States to 1877
   •  HIST050B AF - African Diaspora in the United States since 1877
   •  HIST051 CM - Modern South Asian History through its Literature, 1700 to the Present
   •  HIST052 CM - South Asian History: An Introduction
   •  HIST053 CM - Everyday Life in South Asia, 1700 to the Present
   •  HIST054 CM - Bread and Circuses: The Politics of Roman Private Life
   •  HIST055 CM - The Middle East: From Muhammad to the Mongols
   •  HIST056 CM - The Middle East: From the Ottomans to the Present
   •  HIST059 CM - Civilizations of East Asia
   •  HIST061 CM - The New Asia: China, Japan, and Indonesia in the Modern Era
   •  HIST068 CM - Disasters in the Ancient Mediterranean
   •  HIST071 CM - The Making of Medieval Europe: 800-1300 CE
   •  HIST072 CM - The Making of Early Modern Europe, 1300-1800
   •  HIST073 CM - The Rise of Modern Europe, 1750 to the Present
   •  HIST078 CM - Museums and Leadership: Past, Present, Future
   •  HIST080 CM - Early America: From Invasion to Civil War
   •  HIST081 CM - Modern America, 1865 to Present
   •  HIST090 CM - Early American Capitalism: From the Market Revolution to the Gilded Age
   •  HIST095 CM - Introduction to Latin American Cultures
   •  HIST096 CM - The Amazon: From Cannibals to Rainforest Crunch
   •  HIST097 CM - Human Rights in Latin America: Testimonies
   •  HIST098 CM - The Americas: Cultural History of Transnational Relations
   •  HIST100 CM - Freshman Honors Seminar
 

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