International & Comparative Policy Studies

International and Comparative Policy Studies 470 - Thesis

Full course for one year.

The following courses are not offered every year; students should check current course listings and consult faculty advisors when planning their program of study.

Courses in each discipline not listed below may satisfy ICPS Major requirements; please consult the ICPS chair or relevant committee member.

ICPS Courses that have satisfied ICPS Major Requirements

Anthropology (catalog)

Anthropology 201 - Anthropology of Global Health
Anthropology 201 - Global Political Ecology
Anthropology 320 - Social Movements, Protests, and Historical Change in South Asia
Anthropology 343 - African Temporalities
Anthropology 355 - Anthropology of Colonialism
Anthropology 357 - Comparative Fascisms
Anthropology 360 - Country and City in Latin America
Anthropology 361 - The Middle East: Culture and Politics
Anthropology 362 - Gender and Ethnicity in China and Tibet
Anthropology 364 - The Anthropology of Global Tibet
Anthropology 365 - The Anthropology of Development in Post-Mao China
Anthropology 366 - Black, Indian, and Other in Brazil
Anthropology 377 - Labor, Value, and Land in India
Anthropology 387 - African Bodies: Medicine, Labor, Modernity
Anthropology 391 - Legal Anthropology
Anthropology 395 - Globalization
Anthropology 398 - Race and Migration
Anthropology 413 - Protean Sovereignties

Economics (catalog)

Economics 342 - International Macroeconomics
Economics 366 - Jobs, Technology, and Trade
Economics 382 - Economics of Development
Economics 383 - International Trade
Economics 385 - Asian Economies in Transition
Economics 392 - Health in Poor Countries

History (catalog)

History 221 - From Treaty Ports to Megacities: Chinese Urban History
History 256 - Migration Histories in the British Imperial World
History 307 - War and Peace in Europe, 1700–1914
History 335 - Development: An Imperial History
History 336 - The Aftermath of World War I in the British Empire
History 342 - Legalizing Europe: Church, State, Society and “The Rule of Law,” 1200–1600
History 370 - The Tragedies of American Diplomacy: U.S. Foreign Policy since 1893
History 380 - Europe and North Africa in the Long Nineteenth Century
History 389 - Labor in Modern Latin America
History 396 - International Law and Human Rights in Global History

Political Science (catalog)

NB - old course numbers are in parentheses

Political Science 220 - Introduction to Comparative Politics
Political Science 240 - Introduction to International Relations
Political Science 260 - Introduction to American Politics + Public Policy
Political Science 310 - Networks and Social Structure
Political Science 322 (342) - Social Movements and Politics
Political Science 324 (357) - Politics, Violence, and Human Rights in Latin America
Political Science 327 (347) - The Politics of Poverty in Developing Countries
Political Science 343 - Torture in Wars
Political Science 344 (372) - International Environmental Politics
Political Science 358 - Strategy, War, and Politics
Political Science 359 - Weapons, Technology, and War
Political Science 362 (331) - State and Local Politics
Political Science 363 (381) - Constitutional Law and Judicial Politics
Political Science 368 (338) - Environmental Politics and Policy
Political Science 442 (422) - Nuclear Politics
Political Science 444 - Global Risk Politics
Political Science 469 (420) - Food Politics and Policy

Political Science 220, 240, or 260 may be used as one of the additional ICPS-political science courses if Political Science is used as an ICPS primary field.

Sociology (catalog)

Sociology 280 - Social Movements
Sociology 326 - Science and Social Difference
Sociology 337 - The Collapse of Communism
Sociology 340 - American Capitalism
Sociology 344 - Race, Group Mobilization, and Institutions
Sociology 348 - Race, Economy, Public Policy
Sociology 351 - Financialization and the Sociology of Finance
Sociology 355 - Economic Sociology
Sociology 380 - Networks and Social Structure
Sociology 401 - Institutional Analysis