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2014-15 Courses in Government

 

Fall 2014

GOV 100 Introduction to Political Thinking

Four sections: Donald Baumer, Steven Goldstein, Alice Hearst, Gary Lehring

GOV 201 American Colnstitutional Interpretation

Alice Hearst

 

GOV 208 Elections in the Political Order

Howard Gold

GOV 209 Colloquium: Congress and the Legislative Process

Donald Baumer

GOV 212 Organized Labor and American Democracy

Jeremy Wolf

GOV 214 Colloquium: Free Speech in America

Marc Lendler

GOV 215 Colloquium: The Clinton Years

Marc Lendler

GOV 223 Russian Politics

Steven Goldstein

GOV 225 Ethnic Politics in Comparative Perspective

Kim Yi Dionne

GOV 228 Government and Politics of Japan

Dennis Yasutomo

GOV 241 International Politics

Brent Durbin

GOV 242 International Political Economy

Bozema Welborne

GOV 252International Organizations

Bryan Coutain

GOV 262 Early Modern Political Theory, 1500-1800

John Patrick Coby

SEMINARS:

 

GOV 304 Seminar in American Government: Inequality, Social Policy, and the Politics of Methods: Who Counts?

Jeremy Wolf

GOV 312 Seminar ni American Government: Political Behavior in the United States

Howard Gold

GOV 341 Seminar in International Politics: The Middle East in World Affairs

Bozena Welborne

GOV 343 Seminar in International Politics and Comparative Politics: Institutions and Political Change in Africa

Alfred Babo

GOV 348 Seminar in International Politics: Conflict and Cooperation in Asia

Dennis Yasutomo

 

Spring 2015

GOV 100 Introduction to Political Thinking

Two sections: John Patrick Coby and Jeremy Wolf

GOV 190 Empirical Methods in Political Science

Howard Gold

GOV 200 American Government

Donald Baumer

GOV 202 American Constitutional Law: The Bill of Rights and the Fourteenth Amendment

Alice Hearst

GOV 204 Urban Politics

Jeremy Wolf

GOV 206 The American Presidency

Marc Lendler

GOV 220 Introduction to Comparative Politics

Velma Garcia

GOV 224 Colloquium: Islam and Development

Bozena Welborne

GOV 230 Government and Politics of China

Steven Goldstein

GOV 237 Colloquium: Politics and the U.S./Mexico Border

Velma Garcia

GOV 238 Women and Politics

Bozena Welborne

GOV 241 International Politics

Mlada Bukovansky

GOV 244 Foreign Policy of the United States

Brent Durbin

GOV 251 Foreign Policy of Japan

Dennis Yasutomo

GOV 252 International Organizations

Mlada Bukovansky

GOV 265 Reacting to the Past: America's Founding

John Patrick Coby

GOV 266 Contemporary Political Theory

Gary Lehring

SEMINARS

 

GOV 304 Seminar in American Government: Pathologies of Power

Marc Lendler

GOV 305 Seminar in American Government: Strange Bedfellows: State Power and Regulation of the Family

Alice Hearst

GOV 306 Seminar in American Government: Politics and the Environment

Donald Baumer

GOV 323 Seminar in Comparative Government: Political Science Research in the Field

Kim Yi Dionne

GOV 344 Seminar on Foreign Policy of the Chinese People's Republic: Topic– China's Post-Mao Reform: Domestic and International Implications

Steven Goldstein

GOV 345 Seminar in International Politics: Foreign Policy Decision-Making

Brent Durbin

GOV 366 Seminar in Political Thery: The Political Theory of Michel Foucault

Gary Lehring