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ANTH210Haiti: Between Anthropology and Journalism
ANTH302Critical Perspectives on the State
ANTH316Critical Global Health
CEAS160Social and Political Changes in Korea
CEAS205Democracy and Social Movements in East Asia
CEAS385Legacies of Authoritarian Politics
CHIN206Intermediate Chinese II
CSS320Junior Economics Tutorial: China in the Global Economy
CSS330Junior Government Tutorial: Global Trends, National Responses
CSS340Junior History Tutorial: The Atomic Bombings of Japan
ECON212The Economics of Sustainable Development, Vulnerability, and Resilience
ECON241Money, Banking, and Financial Markets
ECON261Latin American Economic Development
ECON263China's Economic Transformation
ECON266The Economics of Developing Countries--Lower Level
ECON270International Economics
ECON310Environmental and Resource Economics
ECON316Urban Economics
ECON330The Multinational Enterprise
ECON331Open-Economy Macroeconomics
ECON357Topics in European Economic History
ECON361Development and Labor in Latin American Economies
GOVT270Comparative Politics of the Middle East
GOVT271Political Economy of Developing Countries
GOVT276Arab Spring and Aftermath
GOVT284Comparative Politics of Western Europe
GOVT297Chinese Politics
GOVT304Environmental Politics and Democratization
GOVT306Land and Conflict in a Global Perspective
GOVT314Public Opinion and Foreign Policy
GOVT324Africa in World Politics
GOVT325Solving the World's Problems: Decision Making and Diplomacy
GOVT331International Law
GOVT333International Organization
GOVT335Territory and Conflict
GOVT340Global Justice
GOVT355Political Theory and Transitional Justice
GOVT380Place and Politics
GOVT387Foreign Policy at the Movies
GOVT390Presidential Foreign Policy Decision Making
HEBR202Intermediate Hebrew II
HIST112Living the Latin American City: Urban History, Politics, and Culture
HIST116Environmental History: Telling Stories in Place
HIST186Introduction to History: The Raj (India and Britain)
HIST202Early Modern Europe
HIST212Modern Africa
HIST214The Modern and the Postmodern
HIST217Empires, Slavery, and Revolution: Africa to 1800
HIST219Russian and Soviet History, 1881 to the Present
HIST224Modern China: States, Transnations, Individuals, and Worlds
HIST226Queen Mothers, Unruly Women: Histories of Gender and Sexuality in Africa
HIST230Constantinople: From Rome to Istanbul
HIST234The Modern Middle East
HIST241From Romanus Pontifex (1454) to Black Lives Matter: Race and the Formation of the Modern World
HIST245Modern Latin America Since 1810
HIST247The Fall of Rome and Other Stories
HIST252Industrializations: Commodities in World History
HIST253Slavery, Race, and Indigeneity in Early America
HIST254Science in Western Culture
HIST260From Archipelago to Nation State: An Introduction to Japanese History and Culture
HIST262Seeing a Bigger Picture: Integrating Environmental History and Visual Studies
HIST263Inside Nazi Germany, 1933--1945
HIST268The Origins of Global Capitalism: Economic History, 1400--1800
HIST280The Industrial Revolution in Global Context: Economic History Since 1800
HIST285Modern South Asia
HIST297Mexican History and Visual Culture from Conquest to the Present
HIST307The Economy of Nature and Nations
HIST311Ethnicity and Religion in the Middle East and the Balkans
HIST319Crisis, Creativity, and Modernity in the Weimar Republic, 1918--1933
HIST334Social History of Islam in Africa
HIST371Fascism
HIST377Comparative French Revolutions
HIST381Japan's Nuclear Disasters
HIST386History of Science and Technology in Modern China
ITAL112Intermediate Italian II
JAPN206Intermediate Japanese II
LAST226Spanish American Literature and Civilization
RELI204Judaism(s): Religion, Power, and Identity in Jewish History
RELI205Dharma, Karma, and Living with the God/dess/es: Hindu Lives
RELI268Anthropology of Black Religions in the Americas
RELI291From Jerusalem to Ground Zero: Muslim, Jewish, Christian, Sioux, and Hindu Notions of Sacredness
RELI373Religion, Science, and Empire: Crucible of a Globalized World
SOC240Comparative Race and Ethnicity
SOC270Urban Societies
SPAN112Intermediate Spanish II


Spring 2020 Courses Not Offered       Summer Session       Winter Session       Home       Archive       Search       CIR
AMST200Colonialism and Its Consequences in the Americas
ANTH210Haiti: Between Anthropology and Journalism
ANTH217Anthropology of Science
ANTH230Anthropology of Cities
ANTH259Development, Disasters, and Beyond
CEAS205Democracy and Social Movements in East Asia
CEAS206Korean Politics Through Film
CEAS385Legacies of Authoritarian Politics
ECON212The Economics of Sustainable Development, Vulnerability, and Resilience
ECON213Economics of Wealth and Poverty
ECON218Labor and Development Economics in Latin America
ECON224Regulation and Antitrust: Government and the Market
ECON263China's Economic Transformation
ECON270International Economics
ECON331Open-Economy Macroeconomics
ECON357Topics in European Economic History
ECON362Japanese Economy
ECON371International Trade
FREN112Intermediate French II
FREN224Cultural and Literary Mo(ve)ments: A Survey of 19th- and 20th-Century France
GOVT272South Asian Politics
GOVT276Arab Spring and Aftermath
GOVT278Nationalism
GOVT282African Politics
GOVT296Japanese Politics
GOVT302Latin American Politics
GOVT304Environmental Politics and Democratization
GOVT311United States Foreign Policy
GOVT314Public Opinion and Foreign Policy
GOVT322Global Environmental Politics
GOVT324Africa in World Politics
GOVT329International Political Economy
GOVT331International Law
GOVT333International Organization
GOVT335Territory and Conflict
GOVT381The Political Economy of Oil
GOVT385Women and Politics
GOVT388Democracy and Development in Latin America
HIST116Environmental History: Telling Stories in Place
HIST117Chinese Cities
HIST202Early Modern Europe
HIST203Modern Europe
HIST204Greek History
HIST207Japan Since 1868: Society and Culture in Modern Japanese History
HIST212Modern Africa
HIST221History of Ecology
HIST224Modern China: States, Transnations, Individuals, and Worlds
HIST225Pirates, Traders, and Colonial Settlers in Maritime East Asia
HIST242World History
HIST245Modern Latin America Since 1810
HIST252Industrializations: Commodities in World History
HIST253Slavery, Race, and Indigeneity in Early America
HIST254Science in Western Culture
HIST260From Archipelago to Nation State: An Introduction to Japanese History and Culture
HIST262Seeing a Bigger Picture: Integrating Environmental History and Visual Studies
HIST263Inside Nazi Germany, 1933--1945
HIST268The Origins of Global Capitalism: Economic History, 1400--1800
HIST269Modern Britain: From Empire to Quagmire, 1688-Present
HIST280The Industrial Revolution in Global Context: Economic History Since 1800
HIST285Modern South Asia
HIST311Ethnicity and Religion in the Middle East and the Balkans
HIST319Crisis, Creativity, and Modernity in the Weimar Republic, 1918--1933
HIST334Social History of Islam in Africa
HIST349Comparing Revolutions: The United States and Early Canada, 1774--1815
HIST377Comparative French Revolutions
HIST381Japan's Nuclear Disasters
HIST386China as Scientific Powerhouse
LAST241Asian Latino Encounters: Imagining Asia in Hispanic America
RELI205Dharma, Karma, and Living with the God/dess/es: Hindu Lives
RELI221Islam and Muslim Cultures
RELI228Classical Chinese Philosophy
RELI232Religions of China: The Ways and Their Power
RELI242Introduction to Buddhist Thought and Practice
RELI291From Jerusalem to Ground Zero: Muslim, Jewish, Christian, Sioux, and Hindu Notions of Sacredness
RELI301Jesus and the Gods: Christianity and the Religions of Antiquity
RELI373Religion, Science, and Empire: Crucible of a Globalized World
SOC240Comparative Race and Ethnicity
SOC270Urban Societies

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