Selected Topics in Comparative and International Studies
Listing of recent 300-level Selected Topics in Comparative and International Studies courses.
Selected Topics courses are special courses that are not listed in the catalog, but which are offered by Politics faculty, usually on an irregular basis.
For the purposes of the international studies concentration in the major, and for the International Politics minor, selected topics courses are identified as either "theme" or "place" courses, as listed below:
POLT 34002 Pirates, Mercenaries & Missionaries: Sovereignty in the Int'l System Chip Gagnon
POLT 34003 Militarization of Everyday Life Kelly Dietz
POLT 34004 The Politics of Global Capitalism Don Beachler
POLT 34005 International Organizations Juan Arroyo
POLT 34006 Rebellions: Violence and Peace Patricia Rodriguez
POLT 34008 Classroom Working Beyond Borders: Identity, Justice, and Ethics Beth Harris, Peyi Soyinka-Airewele
POLT 34050 Politics in East Asia Kelly Dietz
POLT 34051 European Union Juan Arroyo
POLT 34052 Political Violence and Human Rights in Latin America Patricia Rodriguez
POLT 34053 Africa in World Politics Peyi Soyinka-Airewele
POLT 34054 Japanese Politics Lisa Sansoucy
POLT 34055 Politics of Security in East Asia Kelly Dietz