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Fall 2018 Electives for International Public Policy Concentrators

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Fall 2018 Electives for International Public Policy Concentrators

ANTH 20100 - Cross-Cultural Perspectives

ANTH 24600 - Peoples of the Middle East

ANTH 25500 - Anthropology of Health and Healing

ANTH 31126 - Women of Color and the Politics of Experience

ANTH 31127 - Global Lockdown: Gender, Race, and Prisons

ANTH 32200 - Immigrant and Refugee Movements and Cultures

ANTH 32300 - Islamic Cultures and Issues

ANTH 32400 - Violation of Human Rights

ANTH 35000 - Race and Racism

 

ASIA 20200 - Contemporary Asia

ASIA 31127 - Cultural Identity in East Asia

 

BLST 31127 - Psy and Black Experience

BLST 31155 - Race, Class, and Power

BLST 31159 - Ethnic Minority Groups

BLST 31161 - The Diasporas of Brazil

BLST 31163 - Women of Color and the Politics of Experience

BLST 31164 - Global Lockdown: Gender, Race, and Politics

BLST 33300 - Women in the African Diaspora

 

ECO 20350 - Intermediate Macroeconomics

ECO 21350 - International Business Environment

ECO 32150 - International Finance

ECO 33450 - International Trade Theory

 

HIST 28200 - Modern and Contemporary Latin America

HIST 31354 - Decolonization: Africa and the Caribbean

HIST 31448 - Social and Political History of the Middle East

HIST 31824 - History of Human Rights

HIST 35400 - Conservatism and the New Right

 

INTL 31178 - Peoples of the Middle East

INTL 31179 - Violation of Human Rights

INTL 31180 - Immigration and Refugee Movements

INTL 31181 - Islamic Cultures and Issues

INTL 31408 - Research for Model UN

INTL 31617 - Global Inequality

 

IAS 24200 - Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies

IAS 31140 - Africa in World History

IAS 31216 - Women and Work

 

LALS 31119 - Migration and Law

LALS 31132 - Blancas, Negras, y Morenas: Gender and Race in Another America

LALS 31136 - Migration, Gender, and Health in Latinx Communities

 

PHIL 30900 - Social and Political Philosophy

PHIL 31125 - Philosophy and Afrofuturism

PHIL 34600 - Feminist Philosophy

 

PSC 23000 - Contemporary Comparative Politics

PSC 24700 - Foreign Policy Decision Making

PSC 24800 - Middle East Politics and Government

PSC 25000 - Contemporary International Politics

PSC 25300 - International Law

PSC 27300 - Classical Political Thought

PSC 27400 - Modern Political Thought: Up to 1848

PSC 27500 - Contemporary Political Thought

PSC 27700 - Political Ideologies

PSC 31124 - Political Economy of Development

PSC 31134 - Democratic Theory

PSC 31169 - Migration and Law

PSC 31178 - Comparative Constitutionalism

PSC 31304 - Reinventing Freedom

PSC 31808 - Globalization and Global Governance

PSC 35500 - Environmental Politics: Comparative and Global Perspectives

PSC 39900 - Peacemaking and Negotiations

 

PSY 33300 - Enculturation, Immigration, Acculturation

 

SOC 23700 - Foundations of Sociological Theory

SOC 29000 - Immigration

SOC 31112 - Race, Class, and Power

SOC 31114 - The Hispanic Urban Child

SOC 31117 - Global Inequality

SOC 31132 - Blancas, Negras y Morenas: Gender and Race in Another America

SOC 31141 - Globalization  

SOC 31146 - Soc Psy Racsm Prejud

SOC 31153 - Migration, Gender, and Health in Latinx Communities

SOC 38103 - Race and Ethnicity in International Perspective

SOC 38209 - Sociology of Sexualities

SOC 38210 - Sociology of Gender

 

WS 31115 - Global Lockdown: Gender, Race, and Prisons

 

 

CONTACT INFORMATION

Dr. Sarah Muir, Director, International Studies Program

smuir@ccny.cuny.edu

Spring 2018 Office hours: 
Tuesdays 2:00-4:00pm / Wednesdays 9:00-11:00am / Thursdays 12:30-2:00pm 
(or by appointment)

North Academic Center 7/114
160 Convent Avenue
New York, NY 10031