Courses

Number CCN Semester Level Title Sectionsort descending Instructor(s)
142A 77625 Summer 2015 Session D MIDDLE EAST POLITICS
001 14472 Summer 2019 Session D INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN POLITICS
225 32977 Spring 2017 Graduate Constructivism Ron Hassner
279 72101 Spring 2013 Graduate American Political Economy 0
147G 31298 Fall 2018 Undergraduate THE WELFARE STATE IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE Jonah Levy
150 76035 Summer 2012 Session D American Legal System 0 Sean Farhang
142A 49692 Summer 2016 Session D MIDDLE EAST POLITICS
279 72153 Fall 2014 Graduate Selected Topics in American Government: Race and Immigration Taeku Lee
138E 71745 Fall 2015 Undergraduate THE VARIETIES OF CAPITALISM: THE POLITICAL-ECONOMIC SYSTEMS OF THE WORLD Steven VOGEL
186 29184 Spring 2018 Undergraduate PUBLIC PROBLEMS Christopher Ansell
3 23009 Fall 2019 Undergraduate INTRODUCTION TO EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS AND QUANTITATIVE METHODS Jason Wittenberg
133 33507 Spring 2017 Undergraduate Special Topics in Quantitative Methods: Experimental Survey Research in Political Science
C236A 24496 Fall 2018 Graduate The Statistics of Causal Inference in the Social Science
375 72672 Fall 2013 Graduate Graduate Student Instructor Training Seminar
143A 20836 Fall 2016 Undergraduate NORTHEAST ASIAN POLITICS: CHINA Lowell DITTMER
138G 71766 Spring 2015 Undergraduate CRISIS AND CRASH, CLIMATE GLOBAL MARKETS, AND NATIONAL STRATEGIES: UNDERSTANDING WHO SUCCEEDS, WHO FAILS, AND WHY
5 71432 Fall 2012 Undergraduate Introduction To International Relations 0 Amy Gurowitz
215A 72261 Fall 2015 Graduate Approaches to Contemporary Political Theory Mark Bevir
116R 15754 Summer 2017 Session D Special Topics in Political Theory: "Is Justice Blind?"
222 32884 Fall 2018 Graduate Religion and IR Ron Hassner
171 71853 Fall 2013 Undergraduate California Politics 0 Ted Lempert
112B 20504 Fall 2016 Undergraduate HISTORY OF POLITICAL THEORY: EARLY MODERN TO FRENCH REVOLUTION Nathan Pippenger
216 72104 Fall 2012 Graduate Marx and Neoliberalism 0
123J 16126 Summer 2018 Session A SELECTED TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: Small Wars and Insurgency
291AS 23579 Fall 2019 Graduate COMPARATIVE POLITICS COLLOQUIUM Andrew Little

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