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Courses Related to Peace Studies, Fall 2016

AMST 3785 / GOVT 3785 - Civil Disobedience

4 CR    LEC 001         TR 10:10-11:25           A. Livingston

plus one of 2 discussion sections

 

ASIAN 2208 - Introduction to Southeast Asia

3 CR    LEC 001         TR 11:15-12:05           C. Formichi

plus one of 2 Friday discussion sections

 

ASRC 3607 / GOVT 3603 - US Peacekeeping in Africa: From Congo to South Sudan

4 CR    LEC 001         MW 2:55-4:10 S. Grovogui

 

ECE 2750 / ENGRG 2750 / INFO 2750 / STS 2751  - Ethical Issues of Intelligent Autonomous Systems

3 CR    LEC 001         TR 2:55-4:10   P. Doing

Prerequisite: a Freshman Writing Seminar.

 

ENGL 6635 - Literature of the Civil War and Reconstruction

4 CR    SEM 101         T 10:10-12:05              S. Samuels

 

ENGL 7850 - Reading for Writers: Everywhere is War: The Iliad and the Poetics of Violence

4 CR    SEM 101         R 2:30-4:25     I. Hutchinson

 

GOVT 1817 - Introduction to International Relations

4 CR    LEC 001         TR 1:25-2:40   P. Katzenstein

plus one of 11 discussion sections

 

GOVT 3293 / DSOC 3290 - Comparative Politics of Latin America

4 CR    LEC 001         TR 11:40-12:55           K. Roberts

plus one of 4 discussion sections

 

GOVT 3867 - The Causes of War

4 CR    LEC 001         MW 2:55-4:10 S. Ward

plus one of 2 Thursday discussion sections

 

GOVT 4496 / GOVT 6496 - Power

4 CR    SEM 101         T 10:10-12:35              J. Frank / P. Katzenstein

Instructor consent required

 

GOVT 4877 / ASIAN 4475 / CAPS 4870 / GOVT 6877 - China and Asian Security

4 CR    SEM 101         W 10:10-12:05            A. Carlson / J. Weiss

 

GOVT 6067 - Field Seminar in International Relations

4 CR    SEM 101         M 10:10-12:05 J. Kirshner

 

HIST 1630 - The International Laws of War

4 CR    LEC 001         11:15-12:05     I. Hull

plus one of 2 Tuesday discussion sections

 

HIST 2163 - History of the United Nations

4 CR    SEM 101         TR 2:55-4:10   J. Weiss

 

HIST 2665 / AMST 2665 - The American Revolutionary Era

4 CR    LEC 001         MW 11:15-12:05         J. Parmenter

plus one of 6 Friday discussion sections

 

HIST 2860 / FREN 2860 - The French Revolution

4 CR    LEC 001         TR 10:10-11:00           P. Friedland

plus one of 6 discussion sections

 

HIST 2970 - Imperial Russia: Peter the Great to the Revolution of 1917

4 CR    LEC 001         MW 11:15-12:05         C. Verhoeven

plus one of 4 discussion sections

 

HIST 3300 / ASIAN 3335 - Japan from War to Prosperity

4 CR    LEC 001         WF 1:25-2:15  J. Koschmann

plus one of 2 Monday discussion sections

 

HIST 3626 / GOVT 3726 - Revolution

4 CR    LEC 001         TR 11:40-12:55           J. Frank / C. Robcis

plus one of 4 discussion sections

 

HIST 3710 - World War II in Europe

4 CR    LEC 001         TR 10:10-11:25           J. Weiss

plus one of 4 Wednesday discussion sections

 

HIST 3920 / FREN 3920 - Totalitarianism: History and Theory

4 CR    SEM 101         TR 2:55-4:10   E. Traverso

 

HIST 4601 - Toward a Prehistory of Terrorism

4 CR    SEM 101         T 2:30-4:25      O. Falk

plus      DIS 201          R 3:35-4:25

 

HIST 6626 - Narratives of the French Revolution

4 CR    SEM 101         W 4:40-6:25    P. Friedland

 

NES 2674 / ASRC 2674 / GOVT 2747 / HIST 2674 - History of the Modern Middle East

3 CR    LEC 001         MW 10:10-11:00         Z. Fahmy

plus one of 6 Friday discussion sections

 

NES 3600 / HIST 3700 / JWST 3700 - History of the Holocaust

4 CR    LEC 001         TR 1:25-2:40   S. Gutman

 

NES 3655 / JWST 3655 - Minorities in the Middle East

4 CR    LEC 001         TR 1:25-2:40   D. Starr

 

NES 3697 / GOVT 3977 / JWST 3697 / SOC 3970 - History of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

4 CR    LEC 001         TR 10:10-11:25           R. Brann

plus one of 6 Friday discussion sections

 

NES 4672 / ASRC 4672 / GOVT 4339 / HIST 4667 / NES 6672 - Nationalism(s) in the Arab World

4 CR    SEM 101         W 2:30-4:25    Z. Fahmy

 

PHIL 2430 / GOVT 2432 - Moral Dilemmas in the Law

4 CR    LEC 001         TR 10:10-11:25           A. Marmor

 

SHUM 4601 / NES 4601 - Gender, Islamicized Armenians, and the Collective Memory of the Armenian Genocide

4 CR    SEM 101         M 2:30-4:25    E. Semerdjian

Limited to 15 students.