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Political Science Courses for Spring 2022

Courses are separated by Sub-Field Bold and * Indicates Course taught by Full-Time Faculty Member

 

American Government and Politics

Course Faculty Member
11000 American Gov't: Historical Introduction Tien (01),* Schram (02),* Karapin (03),* Brown (04), Faradj (05), Pysher (06), Mejia (07)
21600 Democracy and the Media Karapin (01 & HC1)*
21719 Poverty and Policy Abu-Hamdi
21900 Women and the Law Squillacote (01)
22100 Immigration Policy Newton (01)*
23800 The American Legal System Squillacote (01)
24000 The American Judiciary Bacher (01)
24400 Environmental Politics and Policy Erickson (01 & 02)*
31755 Landmark Supreme Court Decisions Finkelstein (01)
32000 Politics, Identity, and Representation Newton (01)*
34300 Criminal Law Bacher (01)
Comparative Politics
Course Faculty Member
25000 Comparing Countries Schwedler (01 & 02)*
25500 Gov't and Politics of Japan and Korea Silverman (01)
27233 State Formatiton and Corruption Brunette
37219 Catastrophe and Human Survival Kindervater (01)
International Relations
Course Faculty Member
11500 Intro to International Relations Roberts (01)*
27322 Politics of Int'l Human Rights Jenkins (01 & 02)*
28000 Women, War, and Peace Russo
28100 Drugs, Politics, and Public Policy Erickson (01)*
37500 International Law Shirkey (01)*
Political Theory
Course Name Faculty Member
20100 Ancient to Early Modern Political Thought Reynolds (01)
20200 Modern Political Thought Fortuno Bernier (01)
20300 Political Thought Since 1900 Crandall (01)
20900 Women and Gender in Western Political Thought Parks (01)
30478 Public Space Feldman (01 & 02)*
30900 Feminist Political Theory Parks (01)

Non-Field Courses Course Instructor
29401 Model UN McCallion (01)
49300 How to Research Schram (01)*