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215     Social Differentiation and Inequality (D)         335      National Diversity and Change: United                 350        Introduction to Italian Literature
        Fall, Spring, Summer. 4(4-0)                               States (N)                                                       Fall. 3(3-0) P:M: (ITL 330)
Types, causes and consequences of stratification in                Fall, Spring, Summer. 4(4-0) P:M: (ISS 210            Italian literature from its origins to the present. Read-
human societies. Age, class, gender, race and other                or ISS 215 or ISS 220 or ISS 225) SA: ISS             ing and discussion in Italian of representative works
factors which define social position. Education,                   335A                                                  from all genres.
occupation, political economy.                            Racial, ethnic, class, gender, and other forms of
                                                          diversity in the United States. Systems of dominant-           355    Italian Literature in English Translation
220     Time, Space and Change in Human                   minority relations and forms of prejudice and dis-                    Spring of even years. 3(3-0) R: Not open to
        Society (D)                                       crimination. Scope of and responses to group ine-                     freshmen.
        Fall, Spring, Summer. 4(4-0)                      qualities.                                                     Representative works and themes of Italian litera-
Evolutionary, ecological, and spatial theories of                                                                        ture.
adaptation and change. Cultural evolution from            336     Canada: Social Science Perspectives (I)
prehistoric foraging to the post-industrial age. Conti-           Spring. 4(4-0) P:M: (ISS 210 or ISS 215 or             360        Topics in the Italian Language and
nuity and change in the emergence and develop-                    ISS 220 or ISS 225) SA: ISS 335B                                  Culture
ment of contemporary ways of life.                        Canadian political, economic, and social institutions.                    Summer. 3(3-0) Summer: Florence, Italy. A
                                                          Ethnic and other forms of diversity in Canada. North                      student may earn a maximum of 6 credits in
225      Power, Authority, and Exchange (D)               American national comparisons.                                            all enrollments for this course. P:M: (ITL
         Fall, Spring, Summer. 4(4-0)                                                                                               330)
Power, authority, and exchange in organizing socie-                                                                      Aspects of Italian culture or language as manifested
ties. Costs and limitations of power. Institutionaliza-                                                                  in art, literature, music, and film.
tion of authority. Systems of exchange: planned vs.
market economies.                                         ITALIAN                                             ITL        490      Independent Study
                                                                                                                                  Fall, Spring. 1 to 4 credits. A student may
310     People and Environment (I)                                                                                                earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enroll-
        Fall, Spring, Summer. 4(4-0) P:M: (ISS 210        Department of French,                                                   ments for this course. R: Not open to fresh-
        or ISS 215 or ISS 220 or ISS 225)                     Classics, and Italian                                               men or sophomores. Approval of depart-
Contemporary issues related to the interaction of                                                                                 ment.
socio-cultural and ecological systems. Global, re-        College of Arts and Letters                                    Special projects arranged by an individual student
gional, national and local environmental problems                                                                        and a faculty member in areas supplementing regu-
and responses.                                            101      Elementary Italian I                                  lar course offerings.
                                                                   Fall, Spring. 4(4-1) RB: No previous experi-
315     Global Diversity and Interdependence (I)                   ence in Italian or approval of department.
        Fall, Spring, Summer. 4(4-0) P:M: (ISS 210        Practice in using and understanding Italian to de-
        or ISS 215 or ISS 220 or ISS 225)                 velop listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills.
Contemporary issues in global political economy.          Pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, and cultural
Social forces and competing ideologies in a world         topics.
context. Global resource distribution and develop-
ment strategies. National identities and transnational    102      Elementary Italian II
linkages. First and Third World dichotomies.                       Fall, Spring. 4(4-1) P:M: (ITL 101)
                                                          Further practice in using and understanding Italian
320     World Urban Systems (I)                           to develop listening, speaking, reading, and writing
        Fall, Spring, Summer. 4(4-0) P:M: (ISS 210        skills. Pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, and                JAMES MADISON                                     MC
        or ISS 215 or ISS 220 or ISS 225)                 cultural topics.
Patterns of urbanization in various areas of the                                                                         COLLEGE
world over time. Linkage within and between urban         201      Second-Year Italian I
centers. Economic, political and social/behavioral                 Fall. 4(4-0) P:M: (ITL 102)
accommodation and adaptation to urban growth and          Intermediate-level review and development of aural             James Madison College
change.                                                   comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing
                                                          skills. Topics in Italian culture.                             111      Identity and Community: An Approach to
325      War and Revolution (I)                                                                                                   Writing I
         Fall, Spring, Summer. 4(4-0) P:M: (ISS 210       202       Second-Year Italian II                                        Fall. 3(3-0) R: Open only to students in
         or ISS 215 or ISS 220 or ISS 225)                          Spring. 4(4-0) P:M: (ITL 201)                                 James Madison College.
Social conflict, wars and revolutions. Patterns of        Further review and development of aural compre-                Identity and community in American and cross-
individual and collective action. Violence and conflict   hension, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Topics         cultural contexts. Influences of family, education,
resolution.                                               in Italian culture.                                            work, religion, gender, race, class and/or sexuality
                                                                                                                         on identity and community. Focuses on critical read-
                                                          290      Independent Study                                     ing and analytical writing.
330A   Africa: Social Science Perspectives (I)                     Fall, Spring. 1 to 4 credits. A student may
       Fall, Spring, Summer. 4(4-0) P:M: (ISS 210                  earn a maximum of 4 credits in all enroll-            112       Identity and Community: An Approach to
       or ISS 215 or ISS 220 or ISS 225)                           ments for this course. R: Approval of de-                       Writing II
Comparative study of geography, cultures, politics,                partment.                                                       Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) P:M: (MC 111) RB:
and economies of Africa. Diversity and change.            Special projects arranged by an individual student                       or approval of college. R: Open only to stu-
                                                          and a faculty member in areas supplementing regu-                        dents in James Madison College.
                                                          lar course offerings.                                          Identity and community in American and cross-
330B   Asia: Social Science Perspectives (I)                                                                             cultural contexts in selected historical eras. Recon-
       Fall, Spring, Summer. 4(4-0) P:M: (ISS 210         320     Advanced Grammar and Composition                       structing images of self and society in time of stress
       or ISS 215 or ISS 220 or ISS 225)                          Fall. 3(3-0) P:M: (ITL 202)                            or transition. Emphasis on history, narrative, litera-
Comparative study of geography, cultures, politics,       Composition in a variety of styles and modes. Re-              ture, film, art, politics. Principles of research, docu-
and economies of Asia. Diversity and change.              view of grammar. Extensive practice in writing.                mentation, persuasive writing and speaking.

                                                          330      Italian Culture and Civilization                      201      Introduction to the Study of Public
330C    Latin America: Social Science                              Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) Summer: Florence,                       Affairs I (D)
        Perspectives (I)                                           Italy. A student may earn a maximum of 6                       Fall. 4(4-0) R: Open only to students in
        Fall, Spring, Summer. 4(4-0) P:M: (ISS 210                 credits in all enrollments for this course.                    James Madison College
        or ISS 215 or ISS 220 or ISS 225)                          P:M: (ITL 202)                                        Interdisciplinary exploration of enduring issues and
Comparative study of geography, cultures, politics,       Diverse aspects of political, social, economic, intel-         conflicts in American and international public affairs.
and economies of Latin America. Diversity and             lectual, artistic, and literary life of Italy. Class discus-   Historical, social science, and comparative ap-
change.                                                   sion in Italian of readings, films, television programs,       proaches.
                                                          and musical selections.




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202     Introduction to the Study of Public                 280      Social Theory and Social Relations                324A      Regional Politics, Cooperation, and
        Affairs II (I)                                               Fall. 4(3-0) R: Open only to sophomores or                  Conflict in the Middle East
        Spring. 4(4-0) P:M: (MC 201) RB: or ap-                      juniors or seniors in James Madison College                 Spring, Summer. 4(3-0) P:M: (MC 220 or
        proval of college.                                           or approval of college.                                     PLS 160) and completion of Tier I writing
Continued interdisciplinary exploration of enduring         Classical and contemporary theories of social struc-                 requirement. RB: (MC 221)
issues and conflicts in American and international          ture, intergroup process, inequality, and social           Sources of conflict and cooperation in the Middle
public affairs. Historical, social science, and com-        change. Class, ethnicity, race, gender, social stratifi-   East through case studies such as the Arab-Israeli
parative approaches.                                        cation, social mobility and conflict.                      conflict. Intrastate, regional, and global factors.

220     International Relations I: World Politics           281     Immigrants, Minorities, and American               324B     Regional Politics, Cooperation, and
        and International Security                                  Pluralism                                                   Conflict in Sub-Saharan Africa
        Fall. 4(3-0) R: Open only to sophomores or                  Spring. 4(3-0) Interdepartmental with His-                  Fall of even years. 4(3-0) P:M: (MC 220 or
        juniors or seniors in James Madison Col-                    tory. R: Open only to sophomores or juniors                 PLS 160) and completion of Tier I writing
        lege.                                                       or seniors in James Madison College or ap-                  requirement. RB: (MC 221)
Evolution of the contemporary international system.                 proval of college.                                 Domestic and international politics of sub-Saharan
Theories, explanations, and comparisons of actions          Comparative social history of American peoples,            African countries. Conflict and cooperation among
and interactions of state and non-state actors.             focused on immigrants and ethnic and racial minori-        states of the region. Government policies to promote
Causes of war and peace.                                    ties. Comparisons of patterns of adjustment, inter-        security, democracy, and growth.
                                                            group relations, and politics.
221      International Relations II: The Politics of                                                                   324C   Regional Politics, Cooperation, and
         International Economic Relations                   290      Special Topics                                           Conflict in Latin America and the
         Spring. 4(3-0) P:M: (MC 220) RB: or ap-                     Fall, Spring, Summer. 4(3-0) A student may               Caribbean
         proval of college. Not open to students with                earn a maximum of 8 credits in all enroll-               Fall of even years. 4(3-0) P:M: (MC 220 or
         credit in PLS 361.                                          ments for this course. R: Open only to                   PLS 160) and completion of Tier I writing
Theories and policy issues in international political                sophomores or juniors or seniors in James                requirement. RB: (MC 221) or approval of
economy. Analysis of trade, money and finance,                       Madison College or approval of college.                  college.
technology, transnational corporations, debt and            Selected topics in public affairs. Varied issues in        Domestic and international politics of Latin American
environment. Globalization, hegemonic power,                international relations, political economy, political      or Caribbean countries. Conflict and cooperation
international regimes.                                      theory and constitutional democracy, and social            among states of the region. Government policies to
                                                            relations.                                                 promote security, democracy, and growth.
240      Foundations of Political Economy
         Fall. 4(3-0) P:M: (EC 201 or concurrently or       295     Research Design and Quantitative                   324D     Regional Politics, Cooperation, and
         EC 251H or concurrently) R: Open only to                   Analysis in Public Policy                                   Conflict in Asia
         sophomores or juniors or seniors in James                  Fall, Spring. 4(3-0) RB: Completion of Uni-                 Fall of odd years. 4(3-0) P:M: (MC 220 or
         Madison College.                                           versity Mathematics requirement. Not open                   PLS 160) and completion of Tier I writing
Analytical exposition of main schools of thought in                 to students with credit in PLS 201 or SOC                   requirement. RB: (MC 221) or approval of
political economy. Evolution of political economic                  281.                                                        college.
ideas and institutions. Development, performance,           Design and execution of research in public policy          Sources and consequences of conflict and coopera-
and social imbeddedness of the business firm and            analysis and evaluation. Critical evaluation of data       tion in Asia. Conflict and cooperation among states
market.                                                     and arguments. Data collection, hypothesis testing,        of the region. Government policies to promote secu-
                                                            survey of measures of association and evaluation.          rity, democracy, and growth.

241      Politics and Markets                               299     Independent Study                                  324E     Regional Politics, Cooperation, and
         Spring. 4(3-0) P:M: (EC 201 or EC 251H)                    Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 4 credits. A stu-                Conflict in Europe
         and (MC 240 or MC 271) RB: or approval of                  dent may earn a maximum of 8 credits in all                 Summer. 4(3-0) Summer: Brussels, Bel-
         college. R: Open only to sophomores or jun-                enrollments for this course. R: Open only to                gium. P:M: (MC 220 or PLS 160) and com-
         iors or seniors in James Madison College.                  freshmen or sophomores in James Madison                     pletion of Tier I writing requirement. RB:
Comparative study of firm, market and government                    College. Approval of college.                               (MC 221) or approval of college.
relations. Variations in the institutions of the mixed      Individual reading and research under faculty direc-       Sources and consequences of conflict and coopera-
economy across countries. Normative principles for          tion.                                                      tion in Europe. Government policies to promote
evaluating state and market relations. Positive politi-                                                                security, democracy, and growth.
cal economic theories of government behavior in             300      Collaborative Study
market economies.                                                    Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 2 credits. A stu-      324F    Regional Politics, Cooperation and
                                                                     dent may earn a maximum of 4 credits in all               Conflict in North America
                                                                     enrollments for this course. R: Approval of               Summer of odd years. 4(3-0) P:M: (MC 220
270      Classical Republicanism                                     college.                                                  or PLS 160) and completion of Tier I writing
         Fall. 4(3-0) R: Open only to sophomores or         Group reading, research or simulations under faculty               requirement. RB: (MC 221) R: Approval of
         juniors or seniors in James Madison Col-           direction.                                                         College.
         lege.                                                                                                         Sources and consequences of conflict and coopera-
Theory and practice of popular government in clas-          320      Politics, Society and Economy in the              tion in North America. Government policies to pro-
sical Greece and Rome. Rebirth of such forms in the                  Third World                                       mote security, democracy and growth.
cities and monarchies of Medieval and Renaissance                    Fall. 4(3-0) P:M: (MC 221) and completion
Europe.                                                              of Tier I writing requirement.                    325     State and Society in Comparative
                                                            Politics of social and economic change. Policies and               Perspective
                                                            strategies of development and of state and nation                  Spring. 4(3-0) P:M: (MC 221 or MC 241 or
271     Constitutionalism and Democracy                     building in Third World countries. Impact of interna-              MC 271) and completion of Tier I writing re-
        Spring. 4(3-0) P:M: (MC 270) RB: or ap-             tional political, security and economic structures on              quirement. RB: or approval of college.
        proval of college.                                  the process of state and nation building in the Third      Comparison of political systems and social-
Origins and development of liberal constitutionalism        World.                                                     economic structures in capitalist and state-socialist
and its democratization. Theory and practice of the                                                                    societies. Political history, institutions, culture, and
modern state, especially the American variant.              323     Japanese Foreign Policy                            current policy issues.
                                                                    Spring of even years. 4(3-0) P:M: (MC 221)
                                                                    and completion of Tier I writing requirement.      326      U.S. Foreign Policy
272    Political Theory and Political Issues                        RB: (PLS 353)                                               Fall, Spring. 4(3-0) P:M: (MC 221) and
       Spring, Summer. 4(3-0) A student may earn            Evolution of Japanese foreign policy. Foreign policy                completion of Tier I writing requirement. RB:
       a maximum of 8 credits in all enrollments for        decision-making structures and processes and                        or approval of college. SA: MC 323A
       this course. R: Not open to freshmen.                domestic and international determinants of foreign         U.S. foreign policy decision-making structures and
Selected issues in political theory or specific political   policy.                                                    processes. Domestic and international determinants
problems. Topics vary.                                                                                                 of foreign policy. Evolution of U.S. foreign policy.




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327     The Comparative Analysis of Foreign              349    Economics of Legal Relationships in                   373      Constitutionalism: The Supreme Court
        Policy                                                  Comparative Perspective                                        Fall. 4(3-0) P:M: Completion of Tier I writing
        Spring. 4(3-0) P:M: (MC 326) and comple-                Fall. 4(3-0) P:M: (EC 201 or EC 251H) and                      requirement. RB: (MC 271) R: Open only to
        tion of Tier I writing requirement. RB: or ap-          completion of Tier I writing requirement.                      juniors or seniors in James Madison College
        proval of college. SA: MC 321 Not open to        Survey and comparison of major schools of legal-                      or approval of college.
        students with credit in PLS 362.                 economic thought, and their implications for policy.         Study of theory of constitutional democracy through
Concepts, processes and domestic and external            Economic impacts of law and legal institutions.              examination of selected Supreme Court cases.
determinants of foreign policy decision-making in                                                                     History of the Supreme Court and principles of
several foreign countries. Comparative public policy,    361     Political Economy and Comparative                    constitutionalism.
including security and foreign economic policies.                Public Policymaking
                                                                 Spring of odd years. 4(3-0) P:M: (MC 221 or          374     Constitutionalism: The Presidency and
                                                                 MC 241) and (EC 201 and EC 202) and                          Congress
328      Russian Foreign Policy                                  completion of Tier I writing requirement.                    Spring. 4(3-0) P:M: Completion of Tier I writ-
         Spring of even years. 4(3-0) P:M: Comple-       Use of political economy approaches to explain                       ing requirement. RB: and completion of Tier
         tion of Tier I writing requirement. RB: (MC     public policies and policymaking processes in com-                   I writing requirement. R: Open only to jun-
         220 or PLS 160) and (PLS 358) SA: MC            parative perspective.                                                iors or seniors in James Madison College or
         323B                                                                                                                 approval of college.
Evolution of Russian and Soviet foreign policy.          362     Public International Law                             The Presidency and Congress in American constitu-
Foreign policy decision-making structures and proc-              Spring of even years. 4(3-0) P:M: (MC 221)           tional democracy. Origins and development of the
esses and domestic and international determinants                Completion of Tier I writing requirement. SA:        executive in relation to Congress, constitutional
of foreign policy.                                               MC 322                                               issues, presidential practice.
                                                         Impact of international law on social, political and
                                                         economic change in the international system. Mili-           375      Contemporary Developments in
329     European Security: Challenges and                tary conflict and conflict resolution, economic pros-                 American Politics
        Strategies                                       perity and redistribution, human rights and ecology.                  Spring. 4(3-0) P:M: Completion of Tier I writ-
        Summer. 4(3-0) P:M: (MC 221) and comple-         Origin and operation of international laws.                           ing requirement. RB: and completion of Tier
        tion of Tier I writing requirement. RB: (PLS                                                                           I writing requirement. R: Open only to jun-
        356)                                             363      Global Governance                                            iors or seniors in James Madison College or
Evolution of challenges facing Europe in post-cold                Spring of odd years. 4(3-0) P:M: (MC 221)                    approval of college.
war period. Critical examination of alternative poli-             Completion of Tier I writing requirement. SA:       Contemporary developments related to persistent
cies and structures proposed in response to these                 MC 322 Not open to students with credit in          issues of American governance. Normative, empiri-
challenges.                                                       PLS 364.                                            cal, and historical inquiry into topics such as the role
                                                         Impact of international institutions on social, political,   of popular opinion, policy capacities and democratic
                                                         and economic change in the international system.             and deliberative practice. Examination of case stud-
340       Economic Growth                                Evolution and devolution of global governance in             ies. Selected policy problems.
          Fall, Spring. 4(3-0) P:M: (EC 202 or EC        international trade and finance, the environment,
          252H) and completion of Tier I writing re-     and military security.                                       377      Culture, Politics and Post-Colonialism(I)
          quirement. RB: or approval of college R:                                                                             Spring. 4(3-0) P:M: (MC 221 or MC 271)
          Open only to students in James Madison         364     Policy Evaluation                                             and completion of Tier I writing requirement.
          College or approval of college.                        Spring. 4(3-0) P:M: (EC 201 or concurrently          International politics and power. Relations of coloni-
Theory and history of capitalist development. Alter-             or EC 251H or concurrently) and (EC 202 or           alism and post-colonialism. Contemporary repercus-
native models of economic growth, addressing                     concurrently or EC 252H or concurrently)             sions. History, literature, culture and political theory.
sectoral change, technology, income distribution,                and (SOC 281 or concurrently or MC 295 or
international trade and competitiveness. Social and              concurrently or PLS 201) and completion of
political determinants of economic growth.                       Tier I writing requirement. SA: MC 444 Not           378      Law and Social Groups
                                                                 open to students with credit in PLS 313.                      Spring of odd years. 4(3-0) P:M: Completion
                                                         Economic concepts and analytic techniques for the                     of Tier I writing requirement. R: Open only to
342     Employment, Production, and Income               design and evaluation of public policies. Political                   juniors or seniors in James Madison College
        Distribution                                     environment of policy formation and implementation.                   or approval of College.
        Spring. 4(3-0) P:M: (EC 201 or EC 251H)          Basic data analysis. Application of concepts and             Relationship between fundamental law and the
        and (EC 202 or concurrently or EC 252H or        techniques to selected government policies.                  activity of social groups in the American context.
        concurrently) and completion of Tier I writing                                                                Selected Supreme Court, Appellate and State Su-
        requirement. R: Open only to students in         370       Radical Challenges to Liberal Democracy            preme Court cases examined for their impact on the
        James Madison College or approval of col-                  Fall. 4(3-0) P:M: (MC 241 or MC 271) and           free exercise and equal protection of social groups.
        lege.                                                      completion of Tier I writing requirement. RB:
Labor market analysis of wages and employment.                     or approval of college.
Productivity, income distribution, and living stan-      Criticisms of constitutionalism and liberal democ-           380     Social Policy
dards. Systems of work organization. Impact of           racy. Theory and practice of 19th and early 20th                     Fall. 4(3-0) P:M: (MC 280 or MC 281) and
globalization and new technology. The changing role      century attempts to perfect or transcend bourgeois                   (EC 201 or concurrently or EC 251H or con-
of unions.                                               life through radical reform or revolution.                           currently) and (EC 202 or concurrently or
                                                                                                                              EC 252H or concurrently)and completion of
                                                         371       Beyond Liberal Democracy? New                              Tier I writing requirement. RB: Completion
347     Urban and Regional Development                             Directions in Political Theory                             of one semester methodology course.
        Spring of odd years. 4(3-0) P:M: (EC 201 or                Spring. 4(3-0) P:M: (MC 370) and comple-           Application of social theory and methods to analysis
        EC 251H) and completion of Tier I writing                  tion of Tier I writing requirement. RB: or ap-     of contemporary U.S. social policy. Competing
        requirement. SA: MC 343, MC 344                            proval of college.                                 explanations, current debates. Civil rights, educa-
Spatial dimensions of economic growth and devel-         The contemporary status of liberal democracy.                tion, employment, family, immigration, poverty,
opment. Socioeconomic structure of urban and             Theory and practice of late 20th century attempts to         social welfare.
metropolitan areas. Business location and economic       perfect, transcend, or undermine liberal democracy
development. Design and impact of public policies.       in light of crisis of rationalism.
                                                                                                                      381      American Politics and Equality
348     Educational Policy                                                                                                     Spring. 4(3-0) P:M: Completion of Tier I writ-
        Spring. 4(3-0) P:M: (EC 201 or EC 251H)          372      African American Political Thought                           ing requirement. R: Open only to juniors or
        and completion of Tier I writing requirement.             Spring. 4(3-0) P:M: Completion of Tier I writ-               seniors in James Madison College or ap-
Examination of alternative policies to improve K-12               ing requirement. R: Not open to freshmen.                    proval of college.
educational outcomes, including school finance,          Social and political theories of selected African            Controversies over equality in American thought,
educational standards, teacher professional devel-       American activists and scholars. Relationships of            politics, constitutional practice, and public policy.
opment, and school choice.                               African, European, and American value systems.               Case studies.




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382       Social Movements                                 395      Cultural Dimensions of Public Affairs             492     Senior Seminar in International Relations
          Fall of even years. 4(3-0) P:M: Completion                Fall, Spring. 4(3-0) P:M: (MC 112 and MC                  (W)
          of Tier I writing requirement. R: Open only to            202) and completion of Tier I writing re-                 Fall, Spring. 5(4-0) A student may earn a
          juniors or seniors in James Madison College               quirement. RB: or approval of College.                    maximum of 10 credits in all enrollments for
          or Women's Studies Program or approval of        Multiple interrelations between culture and public                 this course. P:M: Completion of Tier I writing
          college.                                         affairs in American and/or cross-cultural contexts.                requirement. R: Open only to seniors in the
Theories and case studies of social movements in           Uses literature, film, criticism, and history to illumi-           International Relations major. Approval of
comparative perspective. Origins, development,             nate issues of conflict, power, and social structure in            college.
membership, organizational dynamics, social con-           a variety of historical and geographical contexts.         Major issues and theories of international relations.
trol, political effects.
                                                           399      Advanced Independent Study                        494     Senior Seminar in Political Economy (W)
383     African American Politics                                   Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 4 credits. A stu-              Fall, Spring. 5(4-0) A student may earn a
        Fall. 4(3-0) P:M: Completion of Tier I writing              dent may earn a maximum of 8 credits in all               maximum of 10 credits in all enrollments for
        requirement. R: Not open to freshmen.                       enrollments for this course. P:M: Completion              this course. P:M: (MC 340) and (STT 315 or
Contemporary African American politics. National                    of Tier I writing requirement. R: Open only to            concurrently or STT 421)and completion of
and local politics, alternative political strategies and            juniors or seniors in James Madison Col-                  Tier I writing requirement. R: Open only to
public policies. Advancement of African-American                    lege. Approval of college.                                seniors in the Political Economy major or
community.                                                 Advanced individual reading and research under                     approval of college.
                                                           faculty direction.                                         Discussion of advanced readings and research
384      Metropolitan Society                                                                                         design. Students complete a substantial independ-
         Fall. 4(3-0) P:M: (MC 240 or MC 280 or MC         400     Field Experience                                   ent research project which is the basis for a seminar
         281) and (EC 201 or concurrently or EC                    Fall, Spring, Summer. 5 to 9 credits. R:           presentation and research paper. Seminar topics
         251H or concurrently) and (EC 202 or con-                 Open only to juniors or seniors in James           vary.
         currently or EC 252H or concurrently)and                  Madison College.
         completion of Tier I writing requirement. RB:     Practical internship experience with a public, private,    495H   Senior Honors Thesis
         or approval of college.                           or non-profit organization engaged in making, influ-              Fall, Spring. 4 credits. A student may earn
Restructuring of urban and metropolitan society and        encing, implementing, or analyzing policy relevant to             a maximum of 8 credits in all enrollments for
social relations in 20th century America. Contempo-        college program.                                                  this course. R: Open only to seniors in
rary patterns of social life, relations, and politics in                                                                     James Madison College. Approval of col-
post-industrial metropolis.                                401     Field Experience: Analysis and                            lege.
                                                                   Interpretation                                     Academic year-long thesis; topic related to student's
385     Comparative Race and Ethnic Relations                      Fall, Spring, Summer. 3 credits. P:M: Com-         field.
        Spring of even years. 4(3-0) P:M: (MC 220                  pletion of Tier I writing requirement. R: Open
        or MC 281)and completion of Tier I writing                 only to juniors or seniors in James Madison        497       Senior Seminar in Political Theory and
        requirement. RB: or approval of college.                   College.                                                     Constitutional Democracy (W)
Advanced theories, cross national comparisons, and         Analysis and interpretation of field experience,                     Fall, Spring. 5(4-0) A student may earn a
case studies of race and ethnic relations. Intergroup      sponsoring organization, or related policy issues                    maximum of 10 credits in all enrollments for
competition, conflict, dominance, accommodation,           under faculty direction.                                             this course. P:M: (MC 371) and completion
assimilation, creolization. Prejudice, stereotypes,                                                                             of Tier I writing requirement. R: Open only to
racism, ideologies, political and economic proc-           420      Islam and World Politics                                    seniors in James Madison College or ap-
esses.                                                              Spring of even years. 4(3-0) P:M: Comple-                   proval of college. SA: MC 495
                                                                    tion of Tier I writing requirement.               Selected problems in political theory and constitu-
386     Women and Power in Comparative                     Manifestations of political Islam within key Muslim        tional democracy. Relationship between theory and
        Perspective                                        countries such as Turkey, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Iran,       politics. Analysis of key thinkers. Case studies.
        Fall. 4(3-0) P:M: Completion of Tier I writing     and Pakistan. Use of political Islam by states and
        requirement. R: Open only to juniors or sen-       groups as an instrument to advance their interna-          498     Senior Seminar in Social Relations (W)
        iors in James Madison College or Women's           tional goals.                                                      Fall, Spring. 5(4-0) A student may earn a
        Studies Program.                                                                                                      maximum of 10 credits in all enrollments for
Application of feminist theory to questions of gender      421      Advanced International Political                          this course. P:M: (MC 380) and completion
and power in different economic and political sys-                  Economy                                                   of Tier I writing requirement. R: Open only to
tems and geographic areas.                                          Fall of even years. 4(3-0) P:M: (MC 221 and               seniors in James Madison College or ap-
                                                                    EC 340) or (MC 340 or concurrently) and                   proval of college.
387      Jews and Anti-Semitism                                     completion of Tier I writing requirement.         American social relations and policy. Theoretical
         Spring. 4(3-0) P:M: Completion of Tier I writ-    Application of political economy theory to North-          issues. Analysis of key thinkers. Case studies.
         ing requirement. R: Open only to juniors or       North relations. The effects of politics in a multipolar
         seniors in James Madison College or in the        international economy in North-South and South-
         Specialization in Jewish Studies.                 South relations.
Comparative history and sociology of modern Jew-
ish experiences. Anti-Semitism and intergroup rela-
tions; the Holocaust and responses to the Holo-            442     U.S. Industry and the World Economy
caust; assimilation and pluralism in the U.S.                      Fall. 4(3-0) P:M: (MC 221 and EC 340) or
                                                                   (MC 340 or concurrently) and completion of
390      Advanced Topics in Public Affairs                         Tier I writing requirement.
         Fall, Spring, Summer. 4(3-0) A student may        Role of manufacturing in economy-wide growth.              JAPANESE                                       JPN
         earn a maximum of 8 credits in all enroll-        U.S. competitiveness, globalization of production,
         ments for this course. P:M: Completion of         multinational corporations, foreign investment.
         Tier I writing requirement. R: Open only to       Technological change and employment. Industrial            Department of Linguistics and
         juniors or seniors in James Madison College       technology, employment training, trade policies.
         or approval of college.
                                                                                                                          Germanic, Slavic, Asian and
Issues in international relations, political economy,                                                                     African Languages
political theory and constitutional democracy, and         490H    Honors Independent Study                           College of Arts and Letters
social relations.                                                  Fall, Spring. 4 credits. A student may earn
                                                                   a maximum of 8 credits in all enrollments for      101     Elementary Japanese I
391   Selected Topics in Public Affairs                            this course. R: Open only to seniors in                    Fall. 5(5-0)
      Spring of even years. 3 to 4 credits. A stu-                 James Madison College or to Honors Col-            Beginning-level speaking, listening comprehension,
      dent may earn a maximum of 4 credits in all                  lege students. Approval of college. SA: MC         reading, writing, and grammar. Introduction to Hira-
      enrollments for this course. P:M: Completion                 499H                                               gana and Katakana writing systems and some Kanji.
      of Tier I writing requirement.                       Topic related to student's field.                          Aspects of culture. Emphasis on accurate communi-
Contemporary issues in public affairs.                                                                                cation.




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