GSSJ Electives

GSSJ Electives

NOTE: This list is not definitive, and excludes previously-offered courses no longer offered as of Spring 2018. Decisions about which electives count toward GSSJ depend on each individual major’s particular plan of study.

 

African American Studies

AAS 4500 Black Women and Mass Incarceration

 

Anthropology

ANTH 2250 Nationalism, Racism, Multiculturalism

ANTH 2320 Anthropology of Religion

ANTH 2375 Disaster

ANTH 2575 Migrants and Minorities

ANTH 2621 Culture, Gender and Violence

ANTH 2625 Imagining Africa

ANTH 3590, Indigenous Peoples and the State

ANTH 3700 Globalizing India

 

East Asian Languages, Literatures and Cultures

CHTR 3122 Sunzi and the Art of War

KRTR 3800 Seminar on Korea: Division North and South

JPTR 5559 Tales of the Samurai

 

Education

EDHS 3055 Development and Prevention of Youth Violence

EDLF 4620 International Human Rights Activism and Education

 

Engligh

ENLT 2555 The World Wars in European Lit

 

German

GETR 3390 Nazi Germany

GETR 3462 Neighbors and Enemies

GETR 3590 Reporters at War

GETR/HIEU 3692 The Holocaust

 

Global Studies

GSGS 3559 Religion, Violence, Strategy

GSGS 3559 Water Wars/Worlds

GSGS 4559 International Humanitarian Assistance

GSSJ 3559 Human Rights and the Refugee Crisis

GSSJ 4993 Independent Study

(other GS courses very often count as well)

 

History

HIAF 2002 Modern African History

HIEA 2031 Modern China

HIEA 3162 Historical China and the World

HIEA 3172 The Japanese Empire

HIEU 3442 European History, 1890-1954

HIEU 3695 The Holocaust and the Law

HIEU 3702 Russia as Multi-Ethnic Empire

HIEU 3752 Evolution of the International System 1815-1950

HIEU 4502 World War II

HIEU 5312 Era of the World Wars, 1914-1945

HILA 3051 Modern Central America

HILA 3111 Public Life in Modern Latin America

HILA 4501 The Mexican Revolution

HILA 4511 How to Tell Global Stories

HIME 2002 History of the Middle East and North Africa, ca. 1500 to the Present

HIME 2012 Palestine 1948

HIME 3571 Arab History at the Movies

HIME 5002 Seeking Justice in the Middle East

HIME 5052 World War I in the Middle East

HISA 2003 History of Modern India

HISA 3003 Twentieth-Century South Asia

HIST 2011/HIEU 4502 History of Human Rights

HIST 3162 War and Society in the Twentieth Century

HIST 3281 Genocide

HIST 3452 The Second World War

HIST 4591 Foundations of Strategic Thinking

HIUS 2052 America and War:1900 to the Present

HIUS 3172 America in Vietnam

HIUS 3456 History of U.S. Foreign Relations since 1914

HIUS 4501 The US and the End of the Cold War

HIUS 4591 Crises and the US Presidency

 

Media Studies

MDST 3402 War and the Media

MDST 3120 Global Media and Cybersecurity

 

Middle East Studies

MESA 2700 Recent Revolutions in the Islamic World

 

Pavillion Seminar

PAVS 4500 Humanitarianism

 

Philosophy

PHIL 2060 Philosophical Problems in Law

PHIL 3010 Darwin and Philosophy

PHIL 2770 Political Philosophy 

PHIL 5510 International Political Philosophy

 

Politics

PLAD 2222 Research Methods 

PLAD 2500 Research Group on Civil Wars

PLCP 2120 The Politics of Developing Areas

PLCP 3170 Development, Conflict, and Democracy in Latin America

PLCP 3350 Gender Politics in Comparative Perspective

PLCP 3410 Politics of the Middle East and North Africa

PLCP 3500 Grassroots Politics

PLCP 3630 Politics in India and Pakistan

PLCP 4060 State-Emergence and State-Building

PLCP 4140 Democracy and Dictatorship

PLCP 4180 Politics of the Holocaust

PLCP 4260 Origins of Legal Systems

PLCP 4400 Institutions and Democracy in Latin America

PLCP 4410 Nation-Building in Iraq

PLCP 4500 Power, Violence and Inequality in the Global South

PLCP 4500 Political Mayhem

PLCP 4810 Politics of Sub-Saharan Africa

PLIR 1010 International Relations

PLIR 2030 International Relations of East Asia

PLIR 3010 Theories of International Relations

PLIR 3060 Military Force in International Relations

PLIR 3240 Anti-Terrorism and the Role of Intelligence

PLIR 3310 Ethics and Human Rights in World Politics

PLIR 3400 Foreign Policy of the United States

PLIR 3500 Terrorism and Political Violence

PLIR 3650 International Relations of the Middle East

PLIR 3760 Russia/USSR in World Affairs

PLIR 4150 Economics and National Security

PLIR 4310 Global Health and Human Rights

PLIR 4320 Religion and War

PLIR 4350 Humanitarian Intervention and International Relations

PLIR 4430 Empire, Hegemony, Leadership

PLIR 4440 Domestic Politics and American Foreign Policy

PLIR 4450 The Clash of Ideas in World Politics

PLIR 4500 American-Russian Relations

PLIR 4500 Citizenship and Migration

PLIR 4630 Strategy, Conflict, and the Causes of War

PLPT 4050 Concepts of Law

 

Psychology

PSYC 2600 Introduction to Social Psychology

PSYC 4559 Human Nature and Genocide

PSYC 4559 Psychology of Police Investigations

 

Public Policy

PPOL 3240 Anti-Terrorism and the Role of Intelligence

PPOL 3295 Global Humanitarian Crises

PPOL 4500  The Globalized World

PPOL 4500  Legal Advocacy and Public Policy

 

Religious Studies

RELG 2300 Religious Ethics and Moral Problems

RELG 3559 The History of Evil

RELG 3559 Religion, Money and Terror

RELG 3605 Religion, Violence, Strategy

RELG 3950 Evil in Modernity: Banal or Demonic

RELG 4500 God, Politics and War

RELG 5559 Religion and Foreign Affairs

 

Slavic Languages and Literatures

RUTR 3340 Books Behind Bars

 

Sociology

SOC 2230 Criminology

SOC 2595 Immigration and Society

SOC 3056 Culture and Power

SOC 3410 Race and Ethnic Relations

SOC 3820 Social Movements

SOC 4750  Racism

SOC 3860 Religion and Secularization

SOC 4055 Sociology of Law

SOC 4059 Conflict

SOC 4559 Race, Crime and Punishment

SOC 4870 Immigration

SOC 5080 Comparative Historical Sociology

SOC 5140 Qualitative Methods

SOC 5400 Empires

 

Women, Gender & Sexuality

WGS 3130 Geographies of Desire

WGS 4050 Human Rights and Gender

WGS 4500 Violence -- Sexual Minorities

WGS 4559  Gender and Colonialism