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Graduate Program - Preliminary PhD Course Schedule

Spring 2006 (Last Updated December 23, 2005)
Syllabi for Previous Offerings of these Courses May Be Available at the Graduate Course Listings.

While this schedule is preliminary, it is the most up-to-date schedule available. If you find conflicts between this schedule and any other, you should assume that this schedule is correct. If you need to verify the time and place of any course, you can contact Carlos Rios by phone (212-998-8530) or email.

COURSE #

TITLE

DAY/TIME

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

G53.2125*

Quant II

M/W/F: 10-12

726 B'way
Rm 701

N. Beck

G53.2108*

Game Theory I

T: 11-12:20 W: 4-6

726 B'way
Rm 70
0

E. Dickson

G53.1400*

Political Economy

Th: 4-6

726 B'way
Rm 747

C. Hafer

G53.1700*

International Politics

M: 2-4

726 B'way
Rm 747

B. Bueno de Mesquita

G53.3100.001*

PTS: Political Epistemology

M: 2-4

Bobst
Rm 937

R. Hardin

G53.3100.002*

PTS: Justice

M: 4-6

726 B'way
Rm 700

R. Hardin

G53.3101.001*

PTS: Scottish Enlightenment

T: 2-4

726 B'way
Rm 700

D. Landa

G53.3500.001*

Comparative Politics Seminar

W: 4:10-6
726 B'way
Rm 746
T. Eggertsson

G53.3500.002*

Seminar in Political Economy:
Institutional Change

M/W: 2-4

726 B'way
Rm 747

A. Przeworski

G53.1500.001*

Comparative Politics

T: 4-6

726 B'way
Rm 700

M. Laver

G53.3400.001*

Political Development

T: 2-4

726 B'way
Rm 747

L. Wantchekon

G53.1300.001*

American Politics

Th: 2-4

726 B'way
Rm 700

R. Morton

G53.2106.001 Qualitative Methods Of Political And Social Analysis M: 6:20-8:20
726 B'way
Rm 700
B. Ollman
G53.2356.001 State, Law, and Politics W: 4:10-6
Furhman Hall
Rm 316
C. Harrington

G53.3700*

The Politics of Human Rights

F: 2-4

726 B'way
Rm 700

G. Downs

G53.2736.001 International Governance (Pre-Req: G53.1700)** M: 6:20-8:20
145F
Rm 206
J. Hsiung
G53.2750.001 US Foreign Policy (Pre-Req: G53.1700)** M: 6:20-8:20
Goddard
Rm D
D. Denoon

G53.2775*

International Political Economy

T: 2-4

726 B'way
Rm 701

D. Stasavage

G53.3501.001

Topics in Middle Eastern Politics

M: 4:10-7

Kevorkian

T. Mitchell

G53.2621.001

Politics of Latin America

M: 4:10-6

KJC
Rm 404W

C. Mitchell

*Course is generally not open to MA students, enrollment requires completion of pre-requisites and/or permission of instructor
**Pre-reqs can be waived by permission of instructor.