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Global & Area Studies|College of Arts and Sciences

International Studies Course Syllabi - Spring 2014

INST 1060/GEOG 1000 World Regional Geography - Roberta Webster

INST/BUSN 2000 Introduction to International Business - Cliff Asay

INST 2200 Study Abroad - Charles Cook

INST/AAST 2240 Introduction to African Studies - Marcus Watson

INST/POLS 2310 Introduction to International Relations - Nevin Aiken

INST 2350 Introduction to Global Studies - Adam Henne

INST/GEOG 3050 Economic Geography - Yi-Ling Chen

INST/POLS 3200 Comparative Political Cultures - Tom Seitz

INST 3400 Politics of Turkey - Jim Thurman

INST/ANTH 3420 Anthropology of Global Issues - Lin Poyer

INST/AAST 4050 Development, Africa, Culture - Marcus Watson

INST /NURS 4155 Women, War and Health - Tonia St. Germain

INST/WMST 4240 Global Sex Work and Trafficking - Susan Dewey

INST 4250 Economic Development in Asia - Yarong Ashley

INST/POLS 4340 International Organizations - Stephanie Anderson

INST/SOC 4370 Global Political Economy - Shiri Noy

INST/GEOG 4560 Global Cities - Yi-Ling Chen

INST/AMST/CHST/WMST 4650 Gender, Women and Migration - Lilia Soto

INST 4950 Capstone: Global Trends 2014 - Yarong Ashley/Ruth Bjorkenwall

INST 4990 Tp: Women and Islam - Marianne Kamp

INST 4990/5990 Tp: Environment and Society in Latin America -  Adam Henne

INST 4990/5990 Tp: Future of the Welfare State - Ruth Bjorkenwall

INST 4990/5990 Tp: American Foreign Policy - Marc Wall/Jean Garrison

INST 4990 Modern Arabic Poetry and Culture - Ali Raddaoui

 

 

 

Arabic Classes

ARBC 1020-02 First Year Arabic II - Mohamed Refat

ARBC 1020-02 First Year Arabic II - Ola Raddaoui

ARBC 2040 Second Year Arabic II - Ali Raddaoui

ARBC 3060 Arabic Writing - Ali Raddaoui

 


 

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