Schedule of Classes Undergraduate and Graduate / Fall 2015 / Peace, Conflict, and Coexistence Studies

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Notes for Graduate Students

Continuation Class Please refer to the University Bulletin for specific details regarding registration. Students who should register for CONT 500a Full-time Graduate Research should use sage class #8728; students who should register for CONT 450a Part-time Graduate Research should use sage class #8828; students who should register for CONT 200a Extended Master's Research should print out the add/drop form, from http://www.brandeis.edu/registrar/forms/docs/forms/add_drop.pdf, use sage class #9662, obtain the program administrator's signature, and submit to the Registrar's Office Kutz 121. Part time master's students are not to enroll in CONT 200a, rather they should consult with the Registrar's Office. To view course description, please click on the course # link.

Notes for Undergraduate Students

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(1-99) Primarily for Undergraduate Students

Class # Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s) View Books
5322 PAX 89A 1 Internship in Peace, Conflict, and Coexistence Studies
[ wi ]
Instructor's Signature Required
See Course Catalog for prerequisites.
This is an experiential learning course.
Th 2:00 PM–3:50 PM
ASAC 212
Open
Consent Req.

8 / 999 / 0
Terris, Daniel S View Books
 

PAX Core Courses

Class # Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s) View Books
5322 PAX 89A 1 Internship in Peace, Conflict, and Coexistence Studies
[ wi ]
Instructor's Signature Required
See Course Catalog for prerequisites.
This is an experiential learning course.
Th 2:00 PM–3:50 PM
ASAC 212
Open
Consent Req.

8 / 999 / 0
Terris, Daniel S View Books
5324 SOC 119A 1 Deconstructing War, Building Peace
[ ss ]
This is an experiential learning course.
Block H
T,F 11:00 AM–12:20 PM
Schwartz Hall 112
Open
57 / 999 / 0
Fellman, Gordon A View Books
 

PAX Core Elective Courses

Class # Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s) View Books
6780 ENVS 18B 1 International Environmental Conflict and Collaboration
[ ss ]
Block P
T,Th 3:30 PM–4:50 PM
Mandel Ctr for HumanitesG12
Closed
30 / 30 / 0
Chester, Charles View Books
6326 HSSP 102A 1 Global Perspectives on Health
[ ss ]
This class is closed to first-year students. See Course Catalog for detailed description.
Contact HSSP Administrator (kathryn@brandeis.edu) for a consent code if seats become available.
Block N
T,Th 2:00 PM–3:20 PM
Lown Cntr for JudaicStudies201
Open
Consent Req.

21 / 25 / 0
Noble, Alice A View Books
9945 PHIL 119A 1 Human Rights
[ hum wi ]
See Course Catalog for Special Notes
Block V
T,Th 5:00 PM–6:20 PM
Mandel Ctr for HumanitiesG03
Open
87 / 90 / 0
Teuber, Andreas View Books
9909 POL 127B 1 Seminar: Managing Ethnic Conflict
[ ss wi ]
See Course Catalog for prerequisites.
Block G
T,F 9:30 AM–10:50 AM
Olin-Sang Amer Civ Ctr116
Open
14 / 999 / 0
Burg, Steven L. View Books
6266 POL 128A 1 The Politics of Revolution: State Violence and Popular Insurgency in the Third World
[ nw ss ]
Block P
T,Th 3:30 PM–4:50 PM
Golding Judaica Center109
Open
12 / 999 / 0
Thaxton, Ralph View Books
5470 SOC 153A 1 The Sociology of Empowerment
[ ss ]
See Course Catalog for Special Notes
Students need to attend first class meeting and if they want to enroll, must write a short paper and be interviewed first. Students are selected based on essay, interview, and random drawing.
Instructor's Signature Required
Will not participate in April Registration
This is an experiential learning course.
Block N
T,Th 2:00 PM–3:20 PM
Usdan Peace Room
Closed
Consent Req.

12 / 12 / 0
Fellman, Gordon A View Books
4470 WMGS 5A 1 Women, Genders, and Sexualities
[ ss ]
Block J
T,F 12:30 PM–1:50 PM
Golding Judaica Center101
Open
43 / 999 / 0
Singh, Harleen View Books
 

PAX Related Elective Courses

Class # Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s) View Books
6552 AAAS 126B 1 Political Economy of the Third World
[ nw ss wi ]
Block J
T,F 12:30 PM–1:50 PM
Mandel Ctr for HumanitiesG03
Open
47 / 999 / 0
Nyangoni, Wellington View Books
10007 ANTH 136A 1 Archaeology of Power: Authority, Prestige, and Inequality in the Past
[ nw ss ]
This section is for undergraduate students.
Block P
T,Th 3:30 PM–4:50 PM
Brown Social Science Center316
Open
18 / 999 / 0
Golden, Charles View Books
10686 ANTH 136A 2 Archaeology of Power: Authority, Prestige, and Inequality in the Past
[ nw ss ]
This section only open to graduate students. Course meets an additional hour on Thursdays 1-1:50pm.
Block P
T,Th 3:30 PM–4:50 PM
Brown Social Science Center316
Th 1:00 PM–1:50 PM
Schwartz Hall 110
Open
0 / 10 / 0
Golden, Charles View Books
10134 ANTH 156A 1 Power and Violence: The Anthropology of Political Systems
[ nw ss ]
This section is for undergraduate students.
Block J
T,F 12:30 PM–1:50 PM
Gerstenzang 124
Open
15 / 30 / 0
Ferry, Elizabeth Emma View Books
10688 ANTH 156A 2 Power and Violence: The Anthropology of Political Systems
[ nw ss ]
This section only open to graduate students. Course meets an additional hour Fridays 10-10:50am.
Block J
T,F 12:30 PM–1:50 PM
Gerstenzang 124
F 10:00 AM–10:50 AM
Brown Social Science Center224
Closed
12 / 10 / 0
Ferry, Elizabeth Emma View Books
10199 ECON 57A 1 Environmental Economics
[ ss ]
See Course Catalog for prerequisites.
M,W 8:00 AM–9:20 AM
Lemberg Academic Center 055
Open
33 / 40 / 0
Bui, Linda View Books
4242 POL 15A 1 Introduction to International Relations
[ ss ]
See Course Catalog for Special Notes
Block H
T,F 11:00 AM–12:20 PM
Olin-Sang Amer Civ Ctr101
Open
71 / 999 / 0
Art, Robert J View Books
10793 POL 144A 1 Latin American Politics I
[ nw ss ]
Fall 2015 focus: Democracy and Decay Introduces students to central puzzles of Latin American politics in three Latin American countries. What do we mean by democracy, and does it mean the same thing to Latin Americans as it does in the U.S. or in other developed countries? Does economic development foster authoritarianism or democracy? What explains the wave of democratization and more open market-based economic systems beginning in the 1980s? How well does democracy function now that it is fairly securely in place in most Latin American countries? How should we explain economic development and stagnation in the region? This course introduces students to central puzzles of Latin American politics in three Latin American countries. Does economic development foster authoritarianism or democracy? How well does democracy function now that it is fairly securely in place in most Latin American countries? How should we explain economic development and stagnation in the region?
Democracy and Decay:
Block E
M,W,Th 12:00 PM–12:50 PM
Olin-Sang Amer Civ Ctr212
Open
11 / 999 / 0
Fried, Brian View Books