Courses

Number CCN Semester Level Title Sectionsort descending Instructor(s)
102 71480 Fall 2012 Undergraduate The American Presidency 0 Terri Bimes
143A 71724 Fall 2014 Undergraduate NORTHEAST ASIAN POLITICS: CHINA Lowell DITTMER
200B 32173 Spring 2019 Graduate Major Themes in Comparative Analysis: Research Design Jason Wittenberg
002 77530 Summer 2015 Session D INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE POLITICS M. Steven Fish
114A 71667 Spring 2013 Undergraduate Theories of Governance 0 Mark Bevir
226A 32705 Spring 2020 Graduate International Poltical Economy Ryan Brutger
271 19705 Fall 2017 Graduate American Government and Political Field Seminar Robert Van Houweling
3 22841 Fall 2018 Undergraduate INTRODUCTION TO EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS AND QUANTITATIVE METHODS Andrew Little
171 71853 Fall 2013 Undergraduate California Politics 0 Ted Lempert
109H 32434 Spring 2017 Undergraduate SELECTED TOPICS IN AMERICAN POLITICS: Politics in the States of the USA Rodney Hero
226A 72107 Fall 2012 Graduate International Political Economy 0 Vinod Aggarwal
150 49716 Summer 2016 Session A AMERICAN LEGAL SYSTEM
209A 72126 Fall 2014 Graduate COMPARATIVE POLITICAL ECONOMY Jonah Levy
123H 71622 Fall 2015 Undergraduate Topics in International Relations: Religion and Conflict Ron Hassner
211 19790 Fall 2017 Graduate Political Theory Workshop Sarah Song
141A 31248 Fall 2018 Undergraduate RUSSIAN POLITICS M. Steven Fish
147F 71784 Fall 2013 Undergraduate Comtemporary French Politics: The Republican Model in Transition 0 Jonah Levy
171 21236 Spring 2017 Undergraduate CALIFORNIA POLITICS Ted Lempert
105 71619 Spring 2012 Undergraduate The Politician 0
124M 22369 Fall 2016 Undergraduate SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT Michaela Mattes
111AC 71568 Spring 2015 Undergraduate THE POLITICS OF DISPLACEMENT Nadesan Permaul
209A 72092 Fall 2015 Graduate Comparative Political Economy Steven VOGEL
112C 39213 Spring 2018 Undergraduate History of Modern Political Theory
291AS 23468 Fall 2018 Graduate COMPARATIVE POLITICS COLLOQUIUM Leonardo Arriola
279 32981 Spring 2017 Graduate Selected Topics in American Government:Federalism and Territory in American Politics Paul Pierson

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