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Fall 2006 Course Offerings

This schedule of Government courses will be updated as course changes occur.

Introductory Courses

Government 3 The American Political System
Winters
9S
Government 4.01 Comparative Politics
Carey
10
Government 4.02 Comparative Politics
Carey
11
Government 5.01 International Politics
Stam
2
Government 5.02 International Politics
S. Brooks
2A
Government 6 Political Ideas
Swaine
10A

First-Year Seminars

Government 7.01 Immigration, Asylum and Politics
Bohmer
2A
Government 7.02
Virtues of Teaching and Learning
Murphy
2

American Government

Government 30 American Elections and Voting Behavior
Lacy
2A
Government 32 American State Politics
Winters
11
Government 37 Public Opinion
D. Brooks
2A

Comparative Politics: Area

Government 49.05
     Identical to LACS 53
Protests and Parties in Latin America
Baldez
10A

International Relations

Government 50.01 International Relations of East Asia
Lind
10A
Government 50.02 What's So Civil and About War Anyway?  *New*
Coggins
11
Government 54 United States Foreign Policy
Mastanduno
11
Government 59 Foreign Policy and Decision Making
Strathman
2A

Political Theory and Public Law

Government 69
    Identical to NAS 50
Native Americans and the Law
Duthu
10A

Seminars

Government 81.02
The Politics of Memory
Lind
3A
Government 81.04
     Identical to PBPL 81.2
Lawyers and Public Policy
Bohmer
10A
Changing Narratives of Self-Interest in American Life, Politics and Foreign Policy *New*
Lebow
2A
Government 81.21
Democracy in America: Tocquesville and His Critics *New*
Murphy
11
Government 83.06 Political Communication
D. Brooks
3A
Government 83.19 American Political Behavior *New*
Lacy
10A
Government 85.14
    Identical to PBPL 83.2
Economics, Security, and U.S. Foreign Policy
S. Brooks
10A
Government 85.20 The Psychology of International Relations *New*
Strathman
10A
Government 86.01
Multiculturalism
Swaine
2A
Government 90-92 London Program FSP
Kasfir
N/A
Government 98 Honors Program
Carey/Valentino
3B

 

Last Updated: 10/15/08