International Studies Approved Courses Fall 2007

Listed below are courses offered Fall 2007 that may be used to satisfy the International Studies major.

Political Economy

ANT 351WR: Sustainable Development: Anthropological Perspectives

ECON 231: Introduction to Global Trade and Finance
ECON 362: Economic Development
ECON 431: International Trade

POLS 385: Politics of Health and Education
POLS 385: Dictatorship and Development

SOC 266: Global Change
SOC 389/AFS 389: Economic Development in Africa

 

Conflict and Security

HIST 308: Revolutionary France, 1750-1815
HIST 385: Deconstructing the 'Doomed Continent': History of Violence and Conflict in Modern Africa
HIST 487SWR: History of International Relations

POLS 169/HIST 169/JS 169: The Arab-Israeli Conflict
POLS 311: International Conflict Resolution
POLS 316: Foreign Policy of the United States

 

State and Society

JS 371: Israeli Society and Constitution in the Prism of Law: History and Evolution

POLS 325: East European Politics
POLS 331: Latin American Politics
POLS 337: Islam and Politics
POLS 375: Contemporary Chinese Politics
POLS 385: Politics of Health and Education
POLS 385: Comparative Constitutional Politics
POLS 385: Comparative Public Opinion
POLS 385/JS 371/HIST 385: Israeli Politics: Institutions and Society
POLS 490S: Government and Opposition in Elections
POLS 490S: Democracy in Latin America
POLS 490S: Islamist Parties in Comparative Perspectives

 

Africa/Middle East

AFS 364/HIST 364/AAS 385: African Civilization in the Era of the Atlantic Slave Trade
AFS 490/HIST 489: Agents of Change: Traders and Missionaries in Early Colonial Africa, 1850-1914

HIST 369/MES 370/JS371: History of the Near East
HIST 385 / AFS 389: Deconstructing the 'Doomed Continent': History of Violence and Conflict in Modern Africa
HIST 489/MES 370/JS 370: Land of Israel 1882-1948: Sources, Narratives, Perspectives

JS 371: Israeli Society and Constitution in the Prism of Law: History and Evolution

MESAS 200: Interpreting the Middle East

POLS 169/HIST 169/JS 169: The Arab-Israeli Conflict
POLS 337: Islam and Politics
POLS 385/JS 371/HIST 385: Israeli Politics: Institutions and Society
POLS 490S: Islamist Parties in Comparative Perspectives

SOC 389/AFS 389: Economic Development in Africa


Asia

HIST 371: Medieval and Early Modern Japan
HIST 373: HIstory of Modern China

POLS 375: Contemporary Chinese Politics


Europe

HIST 308: Revolutionary France, 1750-1815
HIST 309: Europe in the Age of Empire, 1850-1918
HIST 314: Celtic Fringes: Ireland/Scotland/Wales to 1800
HIST 319: Imperial Russia
HIST 385: Hapsburg Monarchy, 1800-1918

POLS 325: East European Politics


Latin America and the Caribbean

HIST 360: Colonial Latin America
HIST 385/LAS 385: The History of Cuba, 1500-present
HIST 489/LAS 490: Piracy in the Caribbean

POLS 331: Latin American Politics
POLS 490: Democracy in Latin America

 

Advanced Seminars

POLS 490S: Government and Opposition in Elections
POLS 490S: Democracy in Latin America
POLS 490S: Islamist Parties in Comparative Perspectives
POLS 490S: How to do Experiments in Political Science

 

Electives

(All other courses on the main list may be used as electives)

None for Fall 2007


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