PSCI 100(F) Asia and the World (Same as Asian Studies 201)*

PSCI 100(S) Politics and Freedom

PSCI 101(F,S) (Section 01) First Year Seminar: Moral and Political Reasoning

PSCI 101 (Section 2) Politics of the Death Penalty (Not offered 1998-99)

PSCI 201(F,S) (formerly 110) Power, Politics, and Democracy in America

PSCI 202(F,S) (formerly 120) World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations

PSCI 203(F) (formerly 130) Introduction to Modern Political Philosophy

PSCI 204(S) (formerly 140) Introduction to Comparative Politics: Dodging the Apocalypse in South Africa*

PSCI 207 Political Elections (Not offered 1998-99; to be offered 1999-2000)

PSCI 208(F) The Politics of Family Policy

PSCI 209 Poverty in America (Not offered 1998-99; to be offered 1999-2000)

PSCI 210(S) Cyberpolitics 1999 (and Beyond): The Politics of the Internet (Offered 1998-99 only)

PSCI 211 Public Opinion and Political Behavior (Not offered 1998-99; to be offered 1999-2000)

PSCI 212(S) Mass Media in American Politics

PSCI 213 Theory and Practice of Civil Rights Protest (Not offered 1998-99; to be offered 1999-2000)*

PSCI 214 (formerly 313) Congressional Politics Today (Not offered 1998-99; to be offered 1999-2000)

PSCI 215(F) Campaigns and Elections (Offered 1998-99 only)

PSCI 216(S) Urban and Ethnic Politics and Policies (Offered 1998-99 only)*

PSCI 217(S) Money and Politics

PSCI 218(S) Presidential Politics

PSCI 219 Constitutional Law (Not offered 1998-99; to be offered 1999-2000)

PSCI 220(S) The Future of World Politics

PSCI 221(F) The Causes of War

PSCI 222(S) The Cold War and After: American Foreign Policy Since 1945

PSCI 223 (formerly 322) International Law and Organization (Not offered 1998-99; to be offered 1999-2000)

PSCI 224(F) Ethnic Conflict in World Politics*

PSCI 225(S) (formerly 329) Refugees and Humanitarian Disasters

PSCI 226 International Environmental Politics (Same as Environmental Studies 226)(Not offered 1998-99)

PSCI 227(S) Ethics and Interests in Foreign Policy

PSCI 228 Politics of Global Tourism (Not offered 1998-99; to be offered Spring 2000)

PSCI 229(F) Arab-Israeli Relations*

PSCI 230(F) American Political Thought (Offered 1998-99; not offered 1999-2000)

PSCI 231(S) Ancient Political Philosophy (Same as Philosophy 231)

PSCI 232 Modern Political Philosophy (Same as Philosophy 232) (Not offered 1998-99)

PSCI 234 Democracy (Not offered 1998-99; to be offered 1999-2000)

PSCI 235(S) Multiculturalism and Political Theory

PSCI 236(S) Continental Philosophy: From Hegel to Post-Structuralism (Same as Philosophy 201)

PSCI 237(F) Feminist Political Theory (Same as Women's and Gender Studies 237)

PSCI 239 Political Thinking About Race: Resurrecting the Political in Contemporary Texts on the Black Experience (Not offered 1998-99; to be offered 1999-2000)*

PSCI 244(S) Middle East Politics: State Formation and Nationalism*

PSCI 245(S) The German Question in European Politics

PSCI 246(S) Contemporary Mexican Politics*

PSCI 247(F) Political Power in Contemporary China*

PSCI 249(F) Latin American Politics*

PSCI 250(F) The Philosophy and Politics of Higher Education (Same as EXPR 250 and Philosophy 250)

PSCI 300(F) Research Design and Methods

PSCI 306 Practicing Feminism: A Study of Political Activism (Same as ArtS 306 and Women's and Gender Studies 306) (Not offered 1998-99)

PSCI 308 Environmental Policy (Same as Environmental Studies 308) (Not offered 1998-99; to be offered 1999-2000)

PSCI 309 Comparative Constitutionalism (Not offered 1998-99; to be offered 1999-2000)

PSCI 310 Political Psychology (Same as Psychology 345) (Not offered 1998-99; to be offered 1999-2000)

PSCI 312 Southern Politics (Not offered 1998-99; to be offered 1999-2000)*

PSCI 315 American Political Parties (Not offered 1998-99; to be offered 1999-2000)

PSCI 316 Public Policymaking in the U.S. (Not offered 1998-99; to be offered 1999-2000)

PSCI 317(F) Environmental Law (Same as Environmental Studies 317)

PSCI 318 The Voting Rights Act and the Voting Rights Movement (Not offered 1998-99)*

PSCI 319 The First Amendment (Not offered 1998-99; to be offered 1999-2000)

PSCI 331T(F) Non-Profit Organization and Community Change

PSCI 332(F) Fugitive Identities: Slavery and the Boundaries of American Politics*

PSCI 333(F) Analytical Views of Political Economy (Same as Economics 301 and Political Economy 301)

PSCI 336 Morality and Law (Same as Philosophy 206) (Not offered 1998-99)

PSCI 337 The Politics of Contemporary Theory: Power and Political Imagination (Not offered 1998-99; to be offered 1999-2000)

PSCI 338 American Legal Philosophy (Not offered 1998-99; to be offered 1999-2000)

PSCI 341(S) The Politics of the Global Economy: Wealth and Power in East Asia

PSCI 342 Intolerance and Political Tolerance (Not offered 1998-99; to be offered 1999-2000)

PSCI 344 Rebels and Revolution in Latin America (Not offered 1998-99; to be offered 1999-2000)*

PSCI 349T Cuba and the United States (Not offered 1998-99; to be offered 1999-2000)*

PSCI 397(F), 398(S) Independent Study

PSCI 410(F) Seminar in American Politics: Women, Men, and the American Political System

PSCI 420(F) Senior Seminar in International Relations: Sovereignty

PSCI 430(F) Senior Seminar in Political Theory: What Should Political Theory Be Now?

PSCI 440(S) Senior Seminar in Comparative Politics: Nation, State, and Economy in Historical and Global Perspective

PSCI 481(F)-W033-482(S) Advanced Study in American Politics

PSCI 491(F)-W030, W030-492(S) Senior Essay (Honors Route One)

PSCI 493-W031-494 Senior Thesis (Honors Route Two)

PSCI 495-W032, W032-496 Individual Project

PSCI 497, 498 Independent Study