International Studies: General Major Tracks


[Conversion table: JSIS course numbers in effect through Sum 2012]

(For separate regional majors return to JSIS Undergraduate Study)


CANADA TRACK

Take three of the following:
JSIS A 321 / POL S 341 Government and Politics of Canada
JSIS A 356 Canadian Society
JSIS A 375 / HSTAA 377 History of Canada
JSIS A 422 / AIS 465 First Nations Filmmaking in Canada
JSIS A 426 / AIS 461 First Nations Government & Politics in Canada
JSIS A / FRENCH 441 Quebecois Literature
JSIS A 498 Seminar in Canadian Problems
JSIS 482 Special Topics Canada
GEOG 370 Problems in Resource Analysis
See Adviser: Additional special topics courses may be approved.

CHINA TRACK

Required:  
JSIS A/HSTAS 454 History of Modern China
Plus two of the following:
JSIS A/GEOG 236 Development and Challenge in Greater China
JSIS A /ANTH 370 Han Chinese Society and Culture
JSIS A 403 /ANTH 444 Politics of Representation in Modern China
JSIS A 404 Religion in China
JSIS A /ANTH  406 China's Environment
JSIS A 408/POL S 442 Government and Politics of China
JSIS A /HSTAS 456 Topics in Chinese Social History
JSIS A 459/POL S 419 U.S. China Relations
JSIS A 467 China's Rise & its Global Implication
JSIS A /ANTH 470 Minority Peoples of China
   
JSIS B 469 Law & Rights in Authoritarian Regimes (w/ LSJ & POL S)
   
ANTH 447  Anthropology of Chinese Religion
ECON 493 Economy of Modern China
GEOG 435
Industrialization and Urbanization in China
GWSS/HSTAS 459 Gender Histories of Modern China, 18th-20th Centuries

DEVELOPMENT TRACK

Required:  
JSIS B 310/POL S 320 State-Society Relations in the Third World
JSIS B 331 Political Economy of Development
Plus two of the following (no more than one regional development course):
ECON 448 Population and Development
GEOG 330 Latin America: Landscapes of Change
GEOG 331 Global Poverty and Care
GEOG 336 Development and Challenge in China
GEOG 370 Problems in Resource Management
GEOG 371 World Hunger and Agricultural Development
GEOG 430 Contemporary Development Issues in Latin America
GEOG 431 Geography and Gender
JSIS A 339 Social Movements in Contemporary India
JSIS A 346/HSTAS 348 Alternative Routes to Modernity
JSIS A/SOC 355 Social Change in Latin America
JSIS A 417 Political Economy of India
JSIS A 431/ SOC 434 Demographic Issues in Asia
JSIS A 438/GEOG 436 Political Geographies of South Asia
JSIS A 446 Political Development in East Asia
JSIS B 315 Law, State and Society
JSIS B 324 Immigration
JSIS B/GEOG 335 Geography of the Developing World
JSIS B 344 Migration in the Global Economy
JSIS B/ANTH/GWSS 345 Gender and International Economic Development
JSIS B 365 World Cities
JSIS B 385 Industry and the State
JSIS B/ENVIR 433 Environmental Degradation in the Tropics
JSIS D 372 Asian Sustainable Development
JSIS D 429 International Population
JSIS D 435/SOC 432 Population and Modernization
JSIS D/ SOC 450 Political Economy of Women and Family in the Third World
POL S 449 Politics of Developing Areas

* NOTE: This track requires four courses but JSIS B 310 or JSIS B 331 can double as one of the three required core courses (4 track/2 core).


EAST ASIA (GENERAL) TRACK

Three of the following, or courses from the Japan or China Tracks:
HSTAS 482 History of Modern Korea
JSIS A 405/ANTH 449 Social Change in East Asia
JSIS A/ANTH 407 Global Futures in East Asia
JSIS A 431/SOC 434 Demographic Issues in Asia
JSIS A/POL S 439 Politics of Divided Korea
JSIS A/ANTH 448 Modern Korean Society
JSIS A 471 New Orders in East Asia
JSIS A 478 Japanese Business Technology
JSIS B 469 Law & Rights in Authoritarian Regimes (w/ LSJ & POL S)
JSIS D 372 Asian Sustainable Development
JSIS D 443/ANTH 446 Class and Culture in East Asia
GEOG 438 Cities of East Asia: Geography and Development
   

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES TRACK

Take one from the following:
JSIS B/SCAND 350/ENVIR 360 Environmental Norms in International Politics
JSIS B/ENVIR/SMA 433 Environmental Degradation in the Tropics
ENVIR/POL S 384 Global Environmental Politics
Take two of from the following list:
AAS / ANTH 314 Culture, Environment, and Identity of Island Southeast Asia 
ANTH 362 Anthropology of Tourism
ANTH/ENVIR 371
Anthropology of Development
ANTH 452 Explorations in Biopower
ANTH 457 Ecological Anthropology
ANTH 458 Ethnobiology
ANTH/ENVIR 459 Culture, Ecology and Politics
ANTH 487 Cultures & Politics of Environmental Justice
ANTH 488 Agroecology
BIO A/ ENVIR 475 Environmental Impacts of Small-Scale Societies
CEP 302 Environmental Response  
ECON 435 Natural Resource Economics. (prereq. ECON 300)
ECON 436 Economics of the Environment. (prereq. ECON 300)
ENVIR/ECON 235 Introduction to Environmental Economics
ENVIR/POL S 385 Political Ecology of the World Food System
ENVIR / M E 415 Sustainability and Design for Environment
ENV H 311 Introduction to Environmental Health
ENV H 472 Environmental Risk and Society   
ESRM 423 International Trade, Marketing, & the Environment
GEOG 270 Geographies of Int'l Development & Environmental Change
GEOG 280 Introduction to the Geography of Health and Health Care  
GEOG 371 World Hunger and Resource Development  
GEOG 480 Environmental Geography, Climate, and Health  
HSTAA 221 Environmental History of the U.S. (prereq. 201, or SIS 202)
POL S 422 International Environmental Politics Seminar  
JSIS A /HSTAS 303 Divided Lands/Divided Lives: An Environmental History of South Asia
JSIS A /ANTH 406 China's Environment
JSIS A/SCAND 429 Eco-Capitalism
JSIS A 431 /SOC 434 Demographic Issues in Asia. (Joint with SOC 434)
JSIS D/GEOG 372 Asian Environment and Development 
JSIS D 429 International Population
JSIS D 435/SOC 432 Population and Modernization  

*Special topics courses in Jackson School can count when the topic has something to do with Environmental Issues. 

 

ETHNICITY AND NATIONALITIES TRACK

Students are required to take three of the following:
*At least one of these courses is required.
*JSIS B/POL S 337 Collective Violence and the State
*ANTH 428 Anthropological Perspectives on Ethnicity
*JSIS B/POL S 436 Ethnic Politics and Nationalism
*SOC 456 Political Sociology (Ethnicity and Nationalism)
*SOC/AES 461 Comparative Race and Ethnic Relations in the Americas
*JSIS B 525 Special Topics in Race Ethnicity and Nationalism
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ANTH 464/LING 464 Language Policy and Cultural Identity
JSIS A 427/ANTH 425 Anthropology of Post-Soviet States
JSIS A/ANTH 470 Minority Peoples of China
JSIS B 324 Immigration
JSIS B 344 Migration in the Global Economy
JSIS B 407 Political Islam & Contemporary Islamist Movements
JSIS B 441 Forced Migrations
JSIS B 446 History, Memory and Justice
JSIS B /HIST 467 Nations and States in the Modern World
JSIS C /HSTEU 465 The Jews of Eastern Europe
JSIS D 468 Deeply Divided Societies
GEOG 401 Culture, Capital & The City
HIST 260 Slavery in History: A Comparative Study
POL S 493 Language and Politics
SOC/AES 362 Race Relations

 

To help you choose among the courses of the Ethnicity and Nationalities Track, some additional information about the courses is presented below.  You should also feel free to contact the faculty members who offer these courses to discuss their fit with your interests.

  • Courses dealing with race relations and racism:
    HIST 36l, SOC/AES 362, SOC/AES 461
  • Courses dealing with ethnic identity:
    ANTH 428, ANTH 464/LING 464, JSIS B/POL S 436, JSIS A/ANTH 470
  • Courses dealing with language:
    ANTH 464/LING 464, POL S 493
  • Courses focused on particular areas/peoples:
    SOC/AES 362 (Americas), JSIS D468 (Near East), JSIS A/ANTH 470 (China),
    JSIS C/HSTEU 465 (Jews/Eastern Europe)
  • Courses dealing with current policy issues:
    SOC/AES 362, JSIS D 468, ANTH 464/LING 464, POL S 493

FOREIGN POLICY, DIPLOMACY, PEACE AND SECURITY TRACK

Students must take 3 of the following:
HIST 345 War and Society
HSTAA 461 Diplomatic History of the United States, 1776-1901
HSTAA 462 Diplomatic History of the United States, 1901-Present
JSIS A 416 NATO
JSIS A 420 Post-Soviet Security
JSIS A 430 Security Affairs of Russia & Eurasia
JSIS A / POL S 434 International Relations of South Asia
JSIS A 459/POL S 419 United States-China Relations
JSIS A 471 New Orders in East Asia
JSIS B 301 War
JSIS B 311 The Myth of War
JSIS B 315 Law, State and Society
JSIS B 338 Biosecurity
JSIS B /SCAND 350 Environmental Norms in International Politics
JSIS B 421 National Security and International Affairs
JSIS B 422 International Trade & Security
JSIS B 423 Practicing American Foreign Policy
JSIS B 424 International Law & Arms Control
JSIS B 427 Weapons of Mass Destruction
JSIS B 428 The Media & Peace
JSIS B 469 Law & Rights in Authoritarian Regimes
POL S 321 American Foreign Policy
POL S 407 International Conflict
POL S 420 Soviet and Russian Foreign Policy
POL S 425 War and Deterrence
POL S 428 Military Intervention

GLOBAL HEALTH TRACK

Students must take two of the following:
ANTH 308 Anthropology of Women's Health and Reproduction
ANTH 375 Comparative Systems of Healing
ANTH 475 Perspectives in Medical Anthropology
GEOG 280 Introduction to the Geography of Health and Health Care
GEOG 380 Geographical Patterns of Health and Disease
JSIS B / GEOG 180 Introduction to Global Health (w/ GH 101)
And one additional course from below:
ANTH 361 Anthropology of Food
ANTH 374 Narrative, Literature, and Medical Anthropology
ANTH 457 Ecological Anthropology
ANTH 474 Social Difference and Medical Knowledge
ANTH 476 Culture, Medicine, and the Body
BIO A 465 Nutritional Anthropology
BIO A 476 Sociocultural Ecology and Health
GEOG 230 Urbanization &Development: Geographies of Global Inequality
GEOG 270 Geographies of Int'l Development & Environmental Change
GEOG 271 Geography of Food and Eating
GEOG 371 World Hunger and Agricultural Development
H SERV 480 Issues in Public Health
ENV H 451 Ecology of Environmentally Transmitted Microbiological Hazards
ENV H 452 Detection and Control of Environmentally Transmitted Microbiological Hazards
JSIS A 324 / LSJ 322 Human Rights in Latin America
JSIS A 431 / SOC 434 Demographic Issues in Asia
JSIS B 216 Science and Society
JSIS B SIS 441 Forced Migrations
JSIS C 320 Comparative Study of Death
JSIS D 429 International Population
MICROM 101 Microbes and Society
PHIL 411 / B H 474 Justice in Health Care
SOC 331 Population and Society
SOC W 527 Global and Local Inequalities: Critical Analyses of the Processes and Policies of Globalization

INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS TRACK

Required (students must take one of the following)
COM 321 Communications in International Relations
COM 322 Global Communications
Choose two of the following:
AAS 220 Asian American Stereotypes in the Media
COM 423 Communications & Social Change
COM 426 International Media Images
COM 427 International Communications Law and Policy
COM 428 The Media and Peace
COM 458 Reporting Global Health (prereq. COM 360)
COM 478 Intercultural Communications
JSIS A /COM 425 European Media Systems
JSIS B 419/COM 420 Comparative Media Systems (formerly CMU 420)
POL S 305 Politics of Mass Communication in America
NOTE: any relevant Special Topics (478-490) course offered by a program within the Jackson School may be counted as a track course for International Communications if the student obtains prior approval from the adviser.

 


INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS, LAW, STATE, & SOCIETY

Students must take 3 of the following:
ANTH 416 Comparative Social Movements: Mexico and the United States
ANTH 470 Minority Peoples of China
GWSS 305 Feminism in an International Context
JSIS A 245 Human Rights in Asia
JSIS A 324/ /LSJ 322 Human Rights in Latin America
JSIS A 408/POL S 442 Government & Politics of China
JSIS A/SOC 464 Contemporary Society in the People's Republic of China
JSIS A 465 International Humanitarian Law
JSIS A 488 Labor and Popular Movements in Latin America
JSIS B 310/POL S 320 State-Society Relations in the Third World
JSIS B SIS 315 Law, State and Society
JSIS B 334 The Place of Law in Multicultural Conflicts (w/ LSJ 336)
JSIS B 337 Collective Violence and the State
JSIS B / LSJ 362 Law and Justice: An Introduction to Social Theory
JSIS B /LSJ 366
Comparative Law, Societies, and Courts
JSIS B 436 Ethnic Politics and Nationalism
JSIS B 441 Forced Migrations
JSIS B 439 Law and Political Power
JSIS B 469 Law & Rights in Authoritarian Regimes (w/ LSJ & POL S)
JSIS C / HIST 269 The Holocaust: History& Memory
JSIS D 468 Deeply Divided Societies
PHIL 338 Philosophy of Human Rights
POL S 363 Law in Society
POL S 368/LSJ 320 The Politics an Law of International Human Rights
POL S 430 Civil-Military Relations in Democracies
SOC/AES 462 Comparative Race and Ethnic Relations
SOC 466 Economic Sociology
SOC 469 Balkan Societies
*TSMIN 311 International Human Rights
*TSMIN 421 Human Rights in Emerging Democracies: Eastern Europe & Latin America
*BLS 335 Human Rights in America
*BLS 353 Human Rights in Theory and Practice
*BLS 403 Washington D.C. Seminar on Human Rights

Additional electives may be approved with permission of International Studies adviser.

* These courses are offered at UW Tacoma or Bothell Campuses. Registration limited to period III only.


INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY TRACK

Option A:
Take three of the following (one of which must be JSIS B 332):
ECON/POL S 409 Undergraduate Seminar in Political Economy
ECON 448 Population and Development
ECON 471 International Trade
ECON 473 Topics in International Trade
ECON 475 Economics of the European Union
GEOG 349 Geography of International Trade
JSIS A 417 Political Economy of India
JSIS A 429 Eco-Capitalism
JSIS B 311 The Myth of War
JSIS B 331 Political Economy of Development
JSIS B 332 Political Economy of International Trade & Finance
JSIS B 333 Gender and Globalization
JSIS B 365 World Cities
JSIS B 385 Industry and the State
JSIS B 386 Law and Politics of International Trade
JSIS B 388 Political Economy of Industrialized Nations
JSIS B 404 Political Economy of Religious Institutions
JSIS B 476 Comparative International Political Economy
POL S 418 Japanese Trade Politics
POL S 427 International Political Economy
POL S 460 Political Economy of the European Union
SOC 451 Theory and Process of Social Change
SOC 466 Economic Sociology
Option B:
Take two of the following (one of which must be JSIS B 332):
ECON/POL S 409 Undergraduate Seminar in Political Economy
ECON 448 Population and Development
ECON 471 International Trade
ECON 473 Topics in International Trade
ECON 475 Economics of the European Union
GEOG 349 Geography of International Trade
JSIS A 417 Political Economy of india
JSIS A 429 Eco-Capitalism
JSIS A 478 Japanese Business & Technology
JSIS B 311 The Myth of War
JSIS B 331 Political Economy of Development
JSIS B 332 Political Economy of International Trade & Finance
JSIS B 333 Gender and Globalization
JSIS B 365 World Cities
JSIS B 385 Industry and the State
JSIS B 386 Law and Politics of International Trade
JSIS B 388 Political Economy of Industrialized Nations
JSIS B 404 Political Economy of Religious Institutions
JSIS B 476 Comparative International Political Economy
POL S 418 Japanese Trade Politics
POL S 427 International Political Economy
POL S 460 Political Economy of the European Union
SOC 451 Theory & Process of Social Change
SOC 466 Economic Sociology
Take two of the following:
IBUS 330 Business Environment in Developing Countries
IBUS 340 Business Environment in Industrial Countries
IBUS 440 Business in Asia
IBUS 470 Management of International Trade Operations
IBUS 480 Multinational Operations Management

Other I BUS 490 courses may be approved on a case by case basis

NOTE: Option B requires four courses, but JSIS B 331, 332, 388, or 404 can double as one of the three required core courses. (4 track + 2 core)


JAPAN TRACK

Required: One of the following:
JSIS A/HSTAS 241 Japanese Civilization (formerly HSTAS 341)
JSIS A 242 Introduction to Contemporary Japan
Plus two of the following:
ECON 494 Economy of Japan
JAPAN 323 Japan in Literature and Film: Modern Period
JSIS A / HSTAS 423 History of Modern Japan
JSIS A / HSTAS 424 Emergence of Postwar Japan
JSIS A / POL S 435 Japanese Government and Politics
JSIS A 436 Political Parties in Japan and East Asia
JSIS A 437 International Relations of Japan
JSIS A 449 / ANTH 443 Anthropology of Modern Japan
JSIS A 472 Science, Technology, & Innovation Policies in East Asia
JSIS A 473 Political Economy of Postwar Japan
JSIS A 474 Civil Society in Japan & East Asia
JSIS A 475 Japanese Society
JSIS A 477 Readings on Political Economy of Japan & Northeast Asia
JSIS A 478 Japanese Business and Technology
JSIS A 487 Japanese Trade Politics
JSIS E 478 Readings in Japanese on Japan Social Sciences

JEWISH STUDIES TRACK

Required:
JSIS C / HIST 250 Introduction to Jewish Cultural History
Plus two of the following:
JSIS A 458 Israel: Politics and Society
JSIS C / HIST 269 Thr Holocaust: History& Memory
JSIS C / HSTEU 368 Modern European Jewish History
JSIS C 325 Contemporary Judaism in a Global Context
JSIS C 358 Modern Jewish Thought
JSIS C / ECON 470 Economic History of the Jews
JSIS C 462 Anti-Semitism as a Cultural System
JSIS C / HSTEU 465 The Jews in Eastern Europe
JSIS C 489 Special Topics (see adviser for permission)
ENGL 311 Modern Jewish Literature
NEAR E 325 Modern Hebrew Literature in English
POL S 325 Arab Israeli Conflict

LATIN AMERICA TRACK

Required: One of the following:
HSTAA 185 Introduction to Latin America
HSTAA 384 Latin America: Inter-American and Intra-Continental Relations
HSTAA 385 Colonial Society and the Negotiation of Rule in Latin America and the Caribbean
HSTAA 386 The Challenges of Post-Coloniality in Latin America and the Caribbean
Plus two of the following:
ANTH 418 Indian Heritage of Central America
GEOG 330 Latin America: Landscape of Change
GEOG 430 Contemporary Development Issues in Latin America
JSIS 480 Special Topics:  Latin America (see adviser for approval)
JSIS A/POL S 322 Political Economy of Latin America
JSIS A 324 Human Rights in Latin America
JSIS A/POL S 342 Government and Politics of Latin America
JSIS A/SOC 355 Social Change in Latin America
SISLA/SPAN 486 Latin American Photography & Cultural Studies
JSIS A 488 Labor & Popular Movements in Latin America (w/ HSTAA 480)
JSIS A 489 The Mexico-U.S. Border in Literature & Film
JSIS A 492 Latin American Studies Seminar
JSIS D/GEOG 451 The Cultural Geography of Latin America
*POL S 405 American Politics Seminar
*POL S 447 Comparative Politics Seminar

*Only when the topic is Latin America. See your adviser first.


MIDDLE EAST TRACK

Students must take at least one course from each of the following three groups:
Jackson School of International Studies:
ANTH 318 Peoples and Cultures of the Islamic Middle East
JSIS 487 Special Topics: Middle East (see adviser)
JSIS A 402 The Middle East in the Modern World
JSIS A 410/NEAR E 495 Trends in the Contemporary Middle East
JSIS A 458 Israel: Politics and Society
JSIS A 465 International Humanitarian Law
JSIS D 468 Deeply Divided Societies
History or Political Science:
HIST 161 Survey of Middle Eastern History
HIST 463 Modern Middle East History
HIST 465 Iran, Afghanistan and Central Asia, 1750-2001
HIST 498 Undergraduate Seminar - must be on a Middle East topic
JSIS B 406/POL S432 Political Islam
JSIS B 407 Political Islam & Contemporary Islamist Movements
POL S 325 Arab-Israeli Conflict
POL S 331 Government & Politics in the Middle East & N. Africa
POL S 431 International Relations in the Middle East
Humanities:
JSIS C/NEAR E 211 Islam
NEAR E 310 Modern Near Eastern Literature in English
NEAR E 432 Islamic Literature on Jurisprudence
NEAR E * A Near Eastern literature course in translation
(e.g., modern Hebrew literature in translation)

SOUTH ASIA TRACK

Take one of the following:
JSIS A/HSTAS 202 Introduction to South Asia History, 1500-present
JSIS A 206 Contemporary India & Pakistan
JSIS A / ANTH 316 Modern South Asia
 HSTAS 404 History of 20th Century India
Plus two of the following:
ANTH 371 Anthropology of Development
ANTH 412 South Asian Social Structure
HSTAS 403 History of Modern India to 1900
JSIS A 206 Contemporary India & Pakistan
JSIS A / HSTAS 303 Divided Lands/Divided Lives: An Environmental History of South Asia
JSIS A 339 Social Movements in Contemporary India
JSIS A/POL S 340 Government and Politics of South Asia
JSIS A/ANTH 341 Political Violence in Post-colonial South Asia
JSIS A/POL S 417 Political Economy of India
JSIS A/POL S 434 International Relations of South Asia
JSIS A/GEOG 436 Political Geographies of South Asia
JSIS B 331 Political Economy of Development
JSIS B /POL S 337 Collective Violence and the State
JSIS B /GWSS/ANTH 345 Women and International Economic Development
JSIS C 352 Hinduism
JSIS C 354 Buddhism
JSIS C 356/ANTH 342
Buddhism & Society: The Theravada Buddhist Tradition in South & Southeast Asia
JSIS B 406/POL S 432 Political Islam and Islamic Fundamentalism
JSIS B 407 Political Islam & Contemporary Islamist Movements
JSIS B/POL S 436 Ethnic Politics and Nationalism in Multi-Ethnic Societies
JSIS 485 Special Topics in South Asian Studies
   

SOUTHEAST ASIA TRACK

Take three of the following:
* At least one of these three courses is required.
*JSIS A 221 History of Southeast Asia
*ANTH/AAS 314 Ethnography, Transnationalism, & Community in Island Southeast Asia
*JSIS A/ANTH 315 Southeast Asian Civilization: Buddhist and Vietnamese
*JSIS A/POL S 343 Politics & Change in Southeast Asia
*JSIS C 356 / ANTH 352 Buddhism & Society: The Theravada Buddhist Tradition in South & Southeast Asia
JSIS A/HSTAS 265 The Vietnam Wars
JSIS A / HIST 367 Southeast Asian Activism & Social Engagement
JSIS A 419 Southeast Asian Knowledge & the Politics of Information
JSIS A / ANTH 447 Literature & Society in Southeast Asia (max. 5 cr)
JSIS A 462 / HSTAS 466 Islam, Mysticism, Politics, & Performance in Indonesian Culture
JSIS A 463 Topics in Southeast Asian History
JSIS C 354 Buddhism
JSIS C 407 Political Islam & Contemporary Islamist Movements
JSIS 486 Special Topics: Southeast Asian Studies (not language)
HSTAS 463 Southeast Asian History: 1800 to Present
SOC 470 Contemporary Southeast Asia

RUSSIA, EASTERN EUROPE & CENTRAL ASIA TRACK

Students are required to take ONE of the following:
JSIS A / HSTEU 445 the Rise & Fall of the Soviet Union
JSIS D / POL S 445 Politics and Society in Eastern Europe
POL S 441 Government and Politics of Russia
Plus two of the following:
ANTH 425/JSIS A 427 Anthropology of the Post-Soviet States
ECON 495 Economic Transformation of Russia and Eastern Europe
GEOG 333 Russia's Changing Landscape
HIST 465 Iran, Afghanistan and Central Asia, 1750-2001
HSTEU/JSIS A 444 Imperial Russia: 1700-1900
HSTEU 451 East-Central Europe Since 1342
HSTEU/JSIS B 440 The Communist Experience Around the World
JSIS A /SCAND 344 The Baltic States and Scandinavia
JSIS A /SCAND 345 Baltic Cultures
JSIS A 418 East Europe: the Political Economy of the Region
JSIS A 420 Post Soviet Security
JSIS A 430 Security Affairs of Russia & Eurasia
RUSS 323 Revolution: Twentieth Century Russian Literature and Culture
JSIS A/SCAND 455 Baltic States since 1991
POL S 420 Soviet and Russian Foreign Policy
POL S 421
Relations Among Communist & Post-Communist States
POL S 448 Politics of the European Community

WESTERN EUROPE TRACK

Students are required to take ONE of the following:
HSTEU 303 Contemporary European History Since 1815
JSIS A 301 Europe Today
POL S 324 Europe in World Politics
Plus two of the following:
JSIS A 302 The Politics and Cultures of Europe
JSIS A 416 North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
JSIS A/COM 425 European Media Systems (formerly CMU 425)
JSIS A 429 Eco-Capitalism (w/ SCAND)
JSIS A 442 /SCAND 445 War & Occupation in N. Europe: History, Fiction, Memoir
JSIS B/SCAND 350 Environmental Norms in International Politics
JSIS B 467 Nations and States in the Modern World
JSIS C 305 Religious Thought Since the Middle Ages
HSTEU 323 France Since 1814
HSTEU 334 Germany 1871-1989
HSTEU 413 Europe 1914-1945
HSTEU 414 History of Europe Since 1945
HSTEU 415 Europe in the Second World War
HSTEU 422 The French Revolution and Napoleon: 1789-1815
HSTEU 432 Germany 1914-1945
ECON 475 Economics of the European Union
POL S/SCAND 326 Scandinavia in World Affairs
POL S 346 Governments of Western Europe
POL S 437 Politics in Scandinavia
POL S 438 Politics in France
POL S 447 Comparative Politics Seminar (topics vary from year to year; students must obtain adviser's permission before enrolling.)
GERMAN 352 Literature and Society in Weimar and National Socialist Germany (Taught in English)
GERMAN 353 Germany: East and West--Literature and Culture (Taught in English)

 

Revised 3/20/2014

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