INTERNATIONAL SERVICE

SIS-676
Selected Topics in Cross-National Studies (3)

Course Level: Graduate

Topics vary by section, may be repeated for credit with different topic. Rotating topics, usually with a comparative or regional focus, include political economy of Africa; theories of nationalism; etc.

SIS-676
001
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
FALL 2016

Course Level: Graduate

Selected Topics in Cross-National Studies (3)

SIS-676
004
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
FALL 2016

Course Level: Graduate

Selected Topics in Cross-National Studies (3)

SIS-676
002
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
FALL 2016

Course Level: Graduate

Selected Topics in Cross-National Studies (3)

SIS-676
005
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
FALL 2016

Course Level: Graduate

Selected Topics in Cross-National Studies (3)

SIS-676
003
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
FALL 2016

Course Level: Graduate

Selected Topics in Cross-National Studies (3)

SIS-676
007
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
FALL 2016

Course Level: Graduate

Selected Topics in Cross-National Studies (3)

SIS-676
001
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
SPRING 2017

Course Level: Graduate

Selected Topics in Cross-National Studies (3)

SIS-676
002
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
SPRING 2017

Course Level: Graduate

Selected Topics in Cross-National Studies (3)

SIS-676
003
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
SPRING 2017

Course Level: Graduate

Selected Topics in Cross-National Studies (3)

SIS-676
004
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
SPRING 2017

Course Level: Graduate

Selected Topics in Cross-National Studies (3)

SIS-676
005
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
SPRING 2017

Course Level: Graduate

Selected Topics in Cross-National Studies (3)

SIS-676
007
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
SPRING 2017

Course Level: Graduate

Selected Topics in Cross-National Studies (3)

SIS-676
009
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
SPRING 2017

Course Level: Graduate

Selected Topics in Cross-National Studies (3)

SIS-676
107
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
FALL 2016

Course Level: Graduate

Selected Topics in Cross-National Studies (3)

Japan, China, U.S. & East Asia

Topics vary by section, may be repeated for credit with different topic. Rotating topics, usually with a comparative or regional focus, include political economy of Africa; theories of nationalism; etc.