International Studies Approved Courses Fall 2008

Listed below are courses offered Fall 2008 that may be used to satisfy the International Studies major.

Political Economy

ANT 352WR / WS 342SWR: Globalization & Transnational Culture

ECON 231: Introduction to Global Trade and Finance
ECON 362: Economic Development
ECON 432: International Finance

HIS 351 / ECON 351: Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade

SOC 190: Making Sense of Globalization
SOC 266: Global Change
SOC 389/AFS 389: Economic Development in Africa

 

Conflict and Security

HIST 335: U.S. Diplomatic History Since 1914
HIST 384: War & Society in Europe, 1792-1945
HIST 488: American Foreign Policy Tradition
HIS 489SWR / AFS 389SWR: Empires past and Present

POLS 311: International Conflict Resolution
POLS 316: Foreign Policy of the United States
POLS 385 / HIS 385 / JS 371: Making of the U.S.-Israeli Relationship
POLS 490SWR: Nuclear Weapons
POLS 490SWR / HIS 489SWR / JS 490SWR: Issues in Israeli National Security

SOC 337: Social Movements

 

State and Society

EAS 385 / SOC 389: Modernity and Social Change in East Asia

HIS 285 / LAS270 / IDS 385: A Comparative Survey of Plantation America
HIS 385: Leadership in Israeli History
HIS 487SWR: Nationalism in Europe

MESAS 190S: Global Islam in the 21st Century
MESAS 190S: Viewing Israel: Current Issues in Israeli Culture and Society

POLS 331 / LAS 385: Latin American Politics
POLS 375 / EAS 375: Contemporary Chinese Politics
POLS 385 / ASIA 370 / HIS385: South Asian Politics since 1945
POLS 385 / HIST 385 / JS371: History of Israeli Politics: Institutions & Society
POLS 490S / LAS490S: Democracy in Latin America
POLS 490S: Comparative Political Parties
POLS 490SWR: International Crime and Punishment

SOC 337: Social Movements

 

Africa/Middle East

HIS 221 / AFS 221: The Making of Modern Africa
HIS 351 / ECON351: Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
HIS 385: Leadership in Israeli History
HIS 489SWR: Begin and Ben-Gurion

POLS 385/JS 371/HIST 385: Israeli Politics: Institutions and Society
POLS 385 / HIS 385 / JS 371: Making of the U.S.-Israeli Relationship
POLS 490SWR / HIS 489SWR / JS 490SWR: Issues in Israeli National Security
POLS 490SWR: Egypt: Politics, Society and Culture

MESAS 190S / REL 190S: Global Islam in the 21st Century
MESAS 190S: Iraq from Sumer to Saddam: a Cultural and Religious History
MESAS 190S: Viewing Israel: Current Issues in Israeli Culture and Society
MESAS 200WR: Interpreting the Middle East

SOC 389 / AFS 389: Economic Development in Africa


Asia

ASIA 378/ JPN 378/ EAS 378: Postwar Japan Through Its Media
EAS 386R: Modernity and Social Change in East Asia

HIS 285 / EDS 260: Modern East Asian Civilization, 1500-2000
HIS 385: Central Asia Under Russian Domination 1863-1991
HIS 385SWR / CHN 471 / ASIA 375 / EAS 471: Tradition in Modern China
HIS489SWR: History of Western Medicine in China

POLS 375 / EAS 375: Contemporary Chinese Politics
POLS 385 / ASIA 370 / HIS 385: South Asian Politics since 1945


Europe

HIS 201 - Formation of European Society
HIS 202 - The Making of Modern Europe
HIS 306: The Italian Renaissance
HIS 318 / JS371: Modern Germany
HIS 376: European Intellectual History
HIS 385: War & Society in Europe, 1792-1945
HIS 385: Central Asia Under Russian Domination 1863-1991
HIS 385 / JS371: Eastern Europe to America: Jewish Immigration, 1881-1924
HIS 487SWR / JS 490SWR: Germany after 1945: Reconstruction & Memory
HIS 487SWR: Nationalism in Europe

POLS 490S: Comparative Political Parties


Latin America and the Caribbean

HIS 285 / LAS270 / IDS 385: A Comparative Survey of Plantation America
HIS 360: Colonial Latin American History

POLS 331 / LAS 385: Latin American Politics
POLS 490S / LAS 490S: Democracy in Latin America

 

Advanced Seminars

POLS 490S / LAS 490S: Democracy in Latin America
POLS 490S: Comparative Political Parties
POLS 490SWR: Egypt: Politics, Society and Culture
POLS 490SWR: International Crime and Punishment
POLS 490SWR: Nuclear Weapons
POLS 490SWR / HIS 489SWR / JS 490SWR: Issues in Israeli National Security

 

Electives

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

ANT 338 / GHCS 300S: Biosocial Approaches to Global Health
GHCS 102 / ANT 385: Introduction to Global Health
SOC 221: Culture and Society
SOC 311: Political Sociology


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