International Studies Approved Courses Spring 2008

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

Political Economy

ECON 231-Introduction to Global Trade and Finance
ECON 351/HIST 351-Topics in Non-US Economic History: The Israeli Economy
ECON 351/HIST 351/MESAS 370-Topics in Non-US Economic History:
The International Oil Market and the Political Economy of the Middle East
ECON 390SWR/AFS 389SWR-Development Issues for Africa
ECON 431-International Trade
ECON 432-International Finance

POLS 312-International Law
POLS 319-International Political Economy
POLS 385WR/ENVS 377WR-International Environmental Policy
POLS 385/ASIA 375-Political Economy of Development
POLS 385/AFS 389-Political Economy of African Development

Conflict and Security

HIST 375-The Pacific War: 1941-1945
HIST 385-World War II in Europe
HIST 385-Why We Fight: America Chooses War and Peace in the 20th Century
HIST 385-The International History of the End of the Cold War, 1977-1992

POLS 332 / LAS 385-Latin American Revolutions
POLS 374-War and Politics
POLS 385-U.S.-China Relations
POLS 385WR-Nuclear Weapons

State and Society

POLS 190-Postcommunism & Everyday Life
POLS 317-Global Human Rights
POLS 326-Western European Politics
POLS 385/ASIA 370- South Asian Politics since 1945
POLS 490S-Comparative Political Public Opinion
POLS 490S-Identities, Organizations and Political Action
POLS 490S-Gender, Islam and Politics
POLS 490S-Judicial Politics
POLS 490S-Political Communication: Comparative and International Perspectives
POLS 490SWR/HIST 489SWR-Contemporary Issues in Israeli Politics

Africa/Middle East

AFS 221/HIST 221- The Making of Modern Africa
AFS 389SWR/ECON 390SWR - Development Issues for Africa

ECON 351/HIST 351- Topics in Non-US Economic History: The Israeli Economy
ECON 351/HIST 351/MESAS 370- Topics in Non-US Economic History: The International Oil Market and the Political Economy of the Middle East

HIST 241-History and Text: Africa and the Atlantic Slave Trade

POLS 385/AFS 389 - Political Economy of African Development
POLS 490 - Gender, Islam and Politics
POLS 490SWR/HIST 489SWR- Contemporary Issues in Israeli Politics

Asia

CHN 375- Goa and Globalization, 1500-1800

HIST 372- History of Modern Japan
HIST 375- The Pacific War: 1941-1945

POLS 385-U.S.-China Relations
POLS 385/ASIA 375 - Political Economy of Development
POLS 385/ASIA 370- South Asian Politics since 1945

Europe

HIST 311 - Europe since 1945
HIST 378- Modern Italy
HIST 385- World War II in Europe

POLS 326- Western European Politics
POLS 490S - Identities, Organizations and Political Action
POLS 490S - Political Communication: Comparative and International Perspectives
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Latin America and the Caribbean

HIST 361 - Latin America Since Independence
HIST 385/LAS 385/IDS 385- Sugar and Rum

LAS 270/HIST 211- The Making of Modern Latin America: Coerced Labor in Latin America: Slavery and Draft Labor
LAS 270/HIST 211- The Making of Modern Latin America

POLS 332 / LAS 385 - Latin American Revolutions

Advanced Seminar

POLS 490S - Gender, Islam and Politics
POLS 490S - Identities, Organizations and Political Action
POLS 490S - Comparative Public Opinion
POLS 490S - Judicial Politics
POLS 490S - Political Communication: Comparative and International Perspectives
POLS 490SWR/HIST 489SWR- Contemporary Issues in Israeli Politics

Electives

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

None for Spring 2009

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