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Courses related to peace studies, Spring 2016

ENGL 1111 – FWS: Writing Across Cultures: Dictators and Dictatorships

3 CR    SEM 102         MWF 12:20-1:10        V. Popa

 

ENGL 2040 / AMST 2040 - Introduction to American Literature: Civil War to the Present

4 CR    LEC 001         TR 11:40-12:55           G. Hutchinson

 

FREN 4850 / FREN 6850 - Women, War and Terror in Francophone Cinema

4 CR    SEM 101         T 12:20-2:15    M. Flood

 

GOVT 1101 – FWS: Power and Politics - Politics in Whoville—U.S. Politics in Children's Literature

3 CR    SEM 103         TR 1:25-2:40   J. Meyer-Gutbrod

 

GOVT 3021 / AMST 3021 - Social Movements in American Politics

4 CR    LEC 001         TR 10:10-11:25           M. Sanders

Plus 2 discussion sections F 10:10-11:00 and 11:15-12:05.

 

GOVT 3443 / ASIAN 3343 - Southeast Asian Politics

4 CR    LEC 001         TR 2:55-4:10   T. Pepinsky

Plus 4 discussion sections M 10:10-11:00, T 1:25-2:15, F 11:15-12:05, F 1:25-2:15.

 

GOVT 3553 - Issues Behind the News

2 CR    LEC 001         T 2:55-4:10      C. Way

 

GOVT 3809 / AMST 3809 – Politics of ‘70s Films

4 CR    LEC 001         MW 2:55-4:10             J. Kirshner

Plus 2 discussion sections W 11:15-12:05 and R 9:05-9:55.

 

GOVT 3827 / ASIAN 3327 / CAPS 3827 – China and the World

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

Plus 2 discussion sections, F 10:10-11:00 and 11:15-12:05.

 

GOVT 3837 / HIST 3837 - The Cold War

4 CR    LEC 001         MWF 11:15-12:05      M. Evangelista

Plus three sections, T 12:20-1:10, F 10:10-11:00 and F 1:25-2:15.

Please contact the instructor if you are interested in an optional extra-credit Russian-language section.  [This is RUSSA 3312 (see below).]

 

GOVT 4000 - Major Seminar

4 CR    SEM 101         W 10:10-12:05            J. Wallace        Authoritarianism

4 CR    SEM 102         W 12:20-2:15              L. Hintz           Turkey and the Middle East

4 CR    SEM 105         R 10:10-12:05             S. Ward           American Grand Strategy

 

GOVT 4414 / ASIAN 4414 / CAPS 4414-Politics, Violence, and the Study of Cambodia

4 CR    SEM 101         W 2:00-4:25    A. Mertha

 

GOVT 4827 / ASIAN 4448 / CAPS 4827 / GOVT 6827 - Unifying While Integrating: China in the World

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

 

GOVT 4847 / GOVT 6847 - Realist Theories of International Relations

4 CR    SEM 101         T 2:30-4:25      J. Kirshner

 

GOVT 6202 / AMST 6202 / ANTHR 6102 /HIST 6202 / SOC 6200 - Political Culture

4 CR    SEM 101         M 5:00-7:00    R. Bensel

 

GOVT 6867 - International Law, War, and Human Rights

4 CR    SEM 101         R 2:30-4:25     M. Evangelista

 

HIST 1137 - FWS: The Vietnam War in Film

3 CR    SEM 101         MWF 1:25-2:15          R. Townsend

 

HIST 1321 - FWS: Post-World War II America: Crisis and Continuity

3 CR    SEM 101         TR 2:55-4:10   K. King-O’Brien

 

HIST 1511 - The Making of Modern Europe, from 1500 to the Present

4 CR    LEC 001         W 11:15-12:05            R. Weil

Plus 4 discussion sections, W 2:30-3:20 and F 10:10-11:00, 11:15-12:05, and 12:20-1:10.

 

HIST 1600-History of Law: Great Trials

4 CR    LEC 001         12:20-1:10       H. Case, C. Verhoeven

Plus ten R and F discussion sections.

 

HIST 2063 / LATA 2063 - Anarchism: History, Theory, Practice

4 CR    SEM 101         MW 7:30-8:45             R. Craib

 

HIST 2180 - Seminar on Genocide

4 CR    SEM 101         MS 2:55-4:10  I. Hull

 

HIST 2315 / ASIAN 2258 - The Occupation of Japan

4 CR    SEM 101         MW 7:30-8:45             K. Roebuck

 

HIST 2321 / CLASS 2687 - Introduction to Military History

4 CR    SEM 101         MW 2:55-4:10             B. Strauss

 

HIST 2543 / ASRC 2543 - In the Crossfire of Empires: Africa and World War II

4 CR    LEC 001         TR 2:55-4:10   J. Byfield

 

HIST 2571 / ASIAN 2257 / CAPS 2570 - China Encounters the World

4 CR    LEC 001         TR 11:40-12:55           J. Chen

 

HIST 2676 / CLASS 2676 - Periclean Athens

4 CR    LEC 001         MWF 9:05-9:55          J. Rusten

Plus two discussion sections, T 11:15-12:05 and W 12:20-1:10.

 

HIST 2680 / AMST 2682-The United States in the 1960s and 1970s

4 CR    LEC 001         MW 10:10-11:00         J. Kohler-Hausmann

Plus four discussion sections, M 11:15-12:05, 12:10-1:10 (twice each).

 

HIST 3080 - History of Post-War Germany, from 1945 to the Present

4 CR    LEC 001         MWF 10:10-11:00      I. Hull

Plus two discussion sections T 12:20-1:10.

 

HIST 3140 / AMST 3140 / CAPS 3140 – U.S. in the World

4 CR    LEC 001         MW 11:15-12:05         P. VonEschen

Plus 4 discussion sections T 11:15-12:05, 1:25-2:15 (two each).

 

HIST 4376 / GOVT 4367 / STS 4621 - Geopolitics on Ice: Resources, and War in the Polar Regions

4 CR    SEM 101         M 12:20-2:15  D. Berry

 

HIST 4662 / AMST 4301 – Treaties and Indigenous Rights in North American History (The Rabinor Seminar)

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

 

ILRIC 4330 / GOVT 3303 - Politics of the Global North

4 CR    LEC 001         MW 11:40-12:55         L. Turner

 

LAW 7321 - International Criminal Law

3 CR    SEM 101         M 4:15-5:55    M. Ndulo

 

NES 3519 / HIST 3519 - History of State and Society in Modern Iran (Through Literature and Film)

4 CR    LEC 001         MWF 2:30-3:20          I. Gocheleishvili

 

NES 3537 / GOVT 3537 / JWST 3537 / RELST 3537 - Zionism and Its Discontents

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

 

RUSSA 3312 - Reading about the Cold War

1 CR    SEM 101         TBA    R. Krivitsky

            Permission Note - Enrollment limited to: students enrolled in GOVT 3837.

            Prerequisites/Corequisites Prerequisites: High Intermediate to advanced knowledge of Russian; for non-native speakers, RUSSA 3303 or higher is recommended.