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Courses Related to Peace Studies, Spring 2017

AMST 1601 / AIIS 1110 - Indigenous Issues in Global Perspectives

3 CR    LEC 001         MW 11:15-12:05         T. Richardson

Plus one of 3 discussion sections

 

ASRC 3220 / GOVT 3223 / NES 3223 - Was US Intervention in Libya To Remove Gaddafi a Mistake?

4 CR    SEM 101         MW 8:40-9:55             S. Grovogui

 

ASRC 3333 / PHIL 2941 - Ethics and Society: Aid and Its Consequences

4 CR    SEM 101         TR 10:10-11:25           O. Taiwo

 

CLASS 1576 - FWS: War, Politics and Human Nature: The History of Thucydides

3 CR    SEM 101         MW 2:55-4:10             J. Rusten

 

DSOC 2050 / SOC 2206 - International Development

3 CR    LEC 001         MW 10:10-11:00         P. McMichael

Plus discussion section, Instructor Consent Required

            Juniors and Seniors may choose to take course for 1 additional credit if selected from applicant pool during first week of class. To earn 1 additional credit student must attend ADDITIONAL section meeting on Friday immediately following regular class discussion time. All students must initially enroll in LEC 1, DIS 1 for 3 credits. If course full, contact ct259@cornell.edu to be placed on waitlist. This does NOT guarantee enrollment.

 

DSOC 4820 / NTRES 4820 / PMA 4820 - Agents of Change: Community Organizing for the Public Good

3 CR    LEC 001         M 1:25-4:25                S. Alfred / B. Levitt / S. Peters

Instructor Consent Required

 

DSOC 6820 - Community Organizing and Development

3 CR    SEM 101         T 1:25-4:25                  S. Peters

 

ENGL 2580 / COML 2580 / JWST 2580 - Imagining the Holocaust

4 CR    LEC 001         TR 10:10-11:25                       D. Schwarz

 

ENGL 2890 - Expository Writing – The Epic Western

4 CR    SEM 104         MW 7:30-8:45 pm       L. Harmon

 

ENGL 3755 / COML 3024 - Literature, Trauma, and Culture

4 CR    SEM 101         MW 255:-4:10             C. Caruth

 

FGSS 3400 / AMST 3420 / GOVT 3401 - Refugees and the Politics of Vulnerability: Intersections of Feminist Theory and Practice

4 CR    SEM 101         MWF 10:10-11:00      J. Juffer

 

GOVT 1101 - FWS: Power and Politics

Topic: FWS: Contemporary Political Protest

3 CR    SEM 101         TR 8:40-9:55               M. Valdez Tappata

Topic: FWS: Women and Political Violence

3 CR    SEM 103         MW 2:5-4:10               M. Barnes

 

GOVT 1313 - Introduction to Comparative Government and Politics

4 CR    LEC 001         TR 10:10-11:25           N. van de Walle

Plus one of 9 discussion sections

 

GOVT 1615 / PHIL 1920 - Introduction to Modern Political Theory

4 CR    LEC 001         MWF 11:15-12:05      J. Frank

Plus one of 6 discussion sections

 

GOVT 3553 - Issues Behind the News

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

 

GOVT 3675 / AMST 3678 / CLASS 3675 - Democracy and its Discontents

4 CR    LEC 001         TR 8:40-9:55               A. Livingston

 

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

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

Plus one of 4 discussion sections

 

GOVT 3897 - Human Rights at War

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

Plus one of 3 discussion sections

 

GOVT 3999 - How Do You Know That?

4 CR    LEC 001         TR 1:25-2:40               C. Way

Plus one of 3 discussion sections

 

GOVT 4000 - Major Seminar: Gender, Nationalism & War

4 CR    SEM 104         M 1:25-4:25    M. Evangelista

Government Seniors/Juniors given preference. This course fulfills the Government seminar requirement.

 

GOVT 4967 - The Collapse of the Soviet Union

4 CR    SEM 101         W 10:10-12:05            U. Bergmane

 

GOVT 6897 - International Security

4 CR    SEM 101         T 4:30-6:30                  S. Ward

 

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

4 CR    LEC 001         MW 10:10-11              R. Weil

Plus one of 5 discussion sections

 

HIST 1575 - History Goes to Hollywood

4 CR    LEC 001         MWF 11:15-12:05      P. Von Eschen

 

HIST 1600 - History of Law: Great Trials

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

Plus one of 10 discussion sections

 

HIST 1970 / ASRC 1790 - Pirates, Slaves, and Revolutionaries: A History of the Caribbean from Columbus to Louverture

4 CR    LEC 001         MW 2:30-3:20             E. Bassi Arevalo

Plus one of 4 discussion sections

 

HIST 2181 - States and Failed States

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

 

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 one of 4 discussion sections

 

HIST 2750 - History of Modern India

4 CR    LEC 001         MWF 9:05-9:55          D. Ghosh

Plus one of 4 discussion sections

 

HIST 2791 - International Humanitarianism

4 CR    LEC 001         TR 12:10-1:10             J. Weiss

Plus one of 4 discussion sections

 

HIST 3790 - The First World War

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

Plus one of 2 discussion sections

 

HIST 4175 / AMST 4175 / NES 4675 - The First Age of Globalization

4 CR    SEM 101         R 12:20-2:15               N. Maggor

 

HIST 4460 - Strategy in World War II

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

Instructor Consent Required.

 

LAW 6791 - Public International Law

3 CR    LEC 001         MTW 11:15-12:10     J. Ohlin

January 23 - April 28, 2017

Department Consent Required

 

LAW 7015 - Law and Social Movements

3 CR    SEM 101         R 4:15-5:55                 G. Torres

January 23 - April 28, 2017

Department Consent Required

 

LAW 7321 - International Criminal Law

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

January 23 - April 28, 2017

Department Consent Required

 

LAW 7801 - Asylum and Convention Against Torture Appellate Clinic

4 CR    CLN 301         W 2:00-4:00                E. McKee / S. Yale-Loehr

January 23 - April 28, 2017

Department Consent Required

 

NES 2670 / ASRC 2670 / GOVT 2673 / HIST 2672 - The History and Politics of Modern Egypt

3 CR    LEC 001         TR 2:55-4:10               Z. Fahmy

 

NES 2728 / COML 2728 / JWST 2728 - Introduction to Modern Middle East Literature

3 CR    LEC 001         MWF 11:15-12:05      D. Starr

 

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

4 CR    LEC 001         MWF 3:35-4:25          I. Gocheleishvili

 

NES 4525 / NES 6525 / JWST 4525 - Palestinians in Israel

4 CR    SEM 101         W 2:30-4:25                D. Starr

 

PHIL 1901 / GOVT 1901 / SOC 1900 - Discussions of Justice

1-2 CR             The New Presidency and Its Problems

                        SEM 101         W 7:30-8:30    A. Boeglin, R. Miller

                        SEM 102         W 7:30-8:30    M. Valdez Tappata, R. Miller

                        SEM 103         W 7:30-8:30    M. Paskell, R. Miller

 

ROMS 4650 / ROMS 6650 / HIST 4655 / HIST 6655 - Revolution: An Intellectual History

4 CR    LEC 001         M 2:30-4:25                E. Traverso

 

SOC 3650 - Sociology of Disasters

3 CR    SEM 101         TR 2:55-4:10               B. Cornwell

 

STS 3181 - Living in an Uncertain World: Science, Technology, and Risk

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

Department Consent Required