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Courses

Fall 2020

Course descriptions by subfield can be found below the weekly schedule, or click the following links directly:
American Politics
Comparative Politics
International Relations
Political Theory
Public Policy
General Courses
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 MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursday
11:45-1:45
2:00-4:00Writing Politics I
Peter Beinart (G/WP)
PSC 79001
Class #
RM

Campaigns & Elections
Keena Lipsitz (AP)
PSC 82001
Class #
RM

The United Nations and changing
World Politics

Thomas Weiss (IR)
PSC 76203
Class #
RM

Democratic Socialism
Susan Buck-Morss (PT)
PSC 80603
Class #
RM
Global Political Theory
Uday Mehta (PT)
PSC 80607
Class #
RM

African Politics
Zachariah Mampilly (CP)
PSC 77908
Class #
RM

Dissertation Proposal Workshop
Robyn Marasco (G)
PSC 89100
Class #
RM

Comparative Revolutions: from the English Revolutions of 1688 to the Arab Spring
Helena Rosenblatt (PT)
PSC 71902
Class #
RM
Crosslist HIST 71000/MALS 78500
4:15-6:15Basic Theories and Concepts in CP
Susan Woodward (CP)
PSC 77901
Class #
RM

Ethnography of Public Policy
John Mollenkopf/Robert Smith (PP)
PSC 72510
Class #
RM
Crosslist with SOC

Africana Philosophy
Charles Mills (PT)
PSC 71907
Class #
RM
Crosslist PHIL 70500
Civil Liberties
Thomas Halper (AP)
PSC 72310
Class #
RM

Women, Work & Public Policy
Janet Gornick (PP)
PSC 73901
Class #
RM
(Crosslist with SOC #, WSCP 81000)

Critical Social Theory
Carol Gould (PT)
PSC 71904
Class #
RM
(Crosslist with PHIL #)
Political Theory of Police
Leonard Feldman (PT)
PSC 80608
Class #
RM

Research Design in Political Science
Jorge Alves (G)
PSC 79100
Class #
RM
PROGRAM EVENTS
6:30-8:30Urban Public Policy
Alan DiGaetano (PP)
PSC 72500
Class #
RM



Neofascism: from the New Right to the Alt-Right

Richard Wolin (PT)
PSC 71908
Class #
RM
Crosslist HIST 72800



Applied Quantitative Research II
Till Weber(G)
PSC 85509
Class #
RM

M.A.. Core Course
Michael Fortner (G)
PSC 71000
Class #
RM


Basic Theories & Concepts in International Relations

George Andreopoulos (IR)
PSC 76000
Class #
RM

Democratization and Regime Transitions
Desmond Arias (CP)
PSC 87800
Class #
RM

The American Presidency
Ruth O'Brien (AP)
PSC 72001
Class #
RM

American Politics


PSC 72001 – 3 credits
Topic: The American Presidency (AP)
Faculty: O’Brien  
Cross list:
Day/Time: Thursday 6:30pm-8:30pm
Course Description: TBA

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PSC 72310 – 3 credits
Topic: Civil Liberties (AP)
Faculty: Halper  
Day/Time: Tuesday 4:15pm-6:15pm
Course Description: TBA

 

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PSC 82001 – 4 credits
Topic: Campaigns & Elections in the U.S. (AP)
Faculty: Lipsitz
Day/Time: Monday 2:00pm–4:00pm
Course Description: TBA

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Comparative Politics


PSC 87800 – 4 credits
Topic: Democratization and Regime Transitions (CP)
Faculty: Arias
Day/Time: Wednesday 6:30pm-8:30pm
Course Description: TBA

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PSC 77901 – 3 credits
Topic: Basic Theories & Concepts in Comparative Politics I (CP)
Faculty: Woodward
Day/Time: Monday, 4:15pm-6:15pm
Course Description: TBA

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PSC 77908 – 3 credits
Topic: African Politics (CP)
Faculty: Mampilly
Day/Time: Wednesday, 2:00pm-4:00pm
Course Description: TBA

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International Relations


PSC 76000 – 3 credits
Topic: Basic Concepts & Theories in International Relations (IR)
Faculty: Andreopoulos 
Day/Time: Wednesday 6:30pm-8:30pm
Course Description: TBA

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PSC 76203 – 3 credits
Topic: The United Nations and changing World Politics (IR)
Faculty: Weiss 
Day/Time: Tuesday, 2:00pm–4:00pm
Course Description:  TBA

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Political Theory

PSC 80603 – 4 credits
Topic: Democratic Socialism (PT)
Faculty: Buck-Morss
Day/Time: Tuesday 2:00pm–4:00pm
Course Description: TBA

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PSC 80607 – 4 credits
Topic: Global Political Thought (PT)
Faculty: Mehta
Day/Time: Wednesday 2:00pm–4:00pm
Course Description: TBA

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PSC 80608 – 4 credits
Topic: Political Theory of Police (PT)
Faculty: Feldman 
Day/Time: Wednesday, 4:15pm-6:15pm
Course Description: TBA

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Public Policy


PSC 72510 – 3 credits
Topic: Ethnography of Public Policy (PP)
Faculty: Mollenkopf & Smith
Crosslist: SOC 82800
Day/Time: Monday 4:15pm–6:15pm
Course Description: TBA

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PSC 73101 – 3 credits
Topic: Women, Work & Public Policy (PP)
Faculty:  Gornick
Crosslist: SOC ,  WSCP 81000
Day/Time: Tuesday 4:15pm–6:15pm
Course Description: TBA

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PSC 72500 – 3 credits
Topic: Urban Public Policy (PP)
Faculty: DiGaetano 
Day/Time: Monday 6:30pm-8:30pm 
Course Description: TBA

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General and Cross-field

PSC 79001 – 3 credits
Topic: Writing Politics I (G)
Faculty: Beinart
Day/Time: Monday 2:00pm–4:00pm
Course Description: Writing Politics II is the successor to Writing Politics I, although students may take it without taking the predecessor. The biggest difference is that we will focus more on writing for publication. The goal will be for each student to publish at least one of the columns they write. We will start by coming up with a list of the publications that each student wants to target. We will then focus our reading on those publications, since in submitting to a particular publication, it is critical to understand its particular style and perspective. If a piece is ready for publication on the first draft, I will not ask for a rewrite. If the first draft suggests no hope of publication, I may suggest we choose a different topic rather than requesting a second draft.

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PSC 71000 – 3 credits
Topic: M.A. Core Course (G)
Faculty: Fortner 
Day/Time: Tuesday 6:30pm–8:30pm
Course Description: TBA

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PSC 89100 – 0 credits
Topic: Dissertation Proposal Workshop (G)
Faculty: Marasco 
Day/Time: Thursday 2:00pm-4:00pm
Course Description: TBA

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PSC 85509 – 4 credits
Topic: Applied Quantitative Research II (G)
Faculty: Weber
Day/Time: Tuesday 6:30pm–8:30pm
Course Description: TBA

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PSC 71907 (Crosslist PHIL 70500) – 3 credits
Topic: Africana Philosophy (PT)
Faculty: Mills 
Day/Time: Monday, 4:15pm-6:15pm
Course Description: TBA

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PSC 71908 (Crosslist HIST. 72800) – 3 credits
Topic: Neofascism: from the New Right to the Alt-Right (PT)
Faculty: Wolin
Day/Time: Monday 6:30pm–8:30pm
Course Description: TBA

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PSC 71904 (Crosslist PHIL 77700) – 3 credits 
Topic: Critical Social Theory (PT)

Faculty: Gould 
Day/Time: Tuesday 4:15pm–6:15pm
Course Description: TBA

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PSC 71902 (Crosslist with HIST 71000 & IDS MALS 78500) – 3 credits
Topic: Comparative Revolutions: from the English Revolutions of 1688 to the Arab Spring (PT)
Faculty: Rosenblatt 
Day/Time: Wednesday 6:30pm–8:30pm
Course Description: TBA

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