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Spring 2018 Electives for International Relations Concentrators

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Spring 2018 Electives for International Relations Concentrators

ANTH 24000 - Peoples of Africa

ANTH 24300 - Peoples of Latin America

ANTH 38500 - Global Islamic Women

 

ASIA 20200 - Contemporary Asia

ASIA 31611 - Contemporary Japan

 

BLST 31151 - Globalization, Blackness and Under Development

BLST 31161 - The Diasporas of Brazil

BLST 31201 - Africa & Mod World

BLST 31502 - Peoples Of Africa

 

ENGL 39203 - The Political Novel

 

HIST B0303 - Europe, 1815-1914

HIST B0910 - Hist Of Human Rights

HIST B8009 - Socialism and Communism: Ideas, Movements, States

HIST 20400 - Early-Modern Europe

HIST 20600 - Modern Europe

HIST 27600 - Africa And The Modern World

HIST 31176 - War In Modern East Asia

HIST 31178 - Japanese-Chinese Relations

HIST 31184 - Blacks and Native Americans: Comparative Histories

HIST 35700 - History of Socialism

HIST 41201 - Law & Society In Medieval And Early Modern Europe

HIST 44904 - Power Race Culture

HIST 48600 - Arab-Israeli Conflict

 

ECO B7100 - International Economics

ECO 21350 - Intrntl Bus Envirmnt

ECO 32150 - International Finance

 

INTL 31108 - Transnational Feminisms

INTL 31121 - Latin American and Caribbean Civilizations

INTL 31129 - Language and Power

INTL 31406 - Model United Nations

INTL 31916 - Multilateral Responses to the Refugee Crisis

 

JWST 31171 - Literature Of The Arab -Israeli Conflict

 

PSC 12500 - Introduction to Public Policy

PSC 20200 - International Political Economy

PSC 22300 - United States Foreign Policy

PSC 23000 - Contemporary Comparative Politics

PSC 25200 - Theories of International Relations

PSC 25500 - Model United Nations

PSC 31108 - Fem Political Thought

PSC 31122 - Human Rights

PSC 31125 - Socl Contract Theory

PSC 31149 - Politics of Capitalism

PSC 31607 - Humanitarian Intervention

PSC 35600 - Contemporary World Conflict

 

SOC 31153 - Migration, Gender and Health in Latinx Communities

SOC 38107 - Justice, Law, and Society

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