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SIS-080
Proseminar: Theory, Resch, Pol
Restriction: International Relations (PhD).
OPEN
001
00.00
Weiner,S
Books
W
03:00PM
04:30PM
TBA
TBA
01/18/17
01/18/17
W
03:00PM
04:30PM
TBA
TBA
02/01/17
02/01/17
W
03:00PM
04:30PM
TBA
TBA
02/15/17
02/15/17
W
03:00PM
04:30PM
TBA
TBA
03/01/17
03/01/17
W
03:00PM
04:30PM
TBA
TBA
03/22/17
03/22/17
W
03:00PM
04:30PM
TBA
TBA
04/05/17
04/05/17
W
03:00PM
04:30PM
TBA
TBA
04/19/17
04/19/17
SIS-091
Internship in Int'l Affairs
Permission: SIS Graduate Advising Office.
OPEN
001
00.00
Cogburn,D
Books
SIS-099
Maintain Matriculation
Permission: SIS Graduate Advising Office.
OPEN
001
00.00
Books
SIS-600
Int'l Affairs Stats & Methods
OPEN
001
03.00
Hart,A
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
OPEN
002
03.00
King,J
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
OPEN
003
03.00
King,J
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
OPEN
004
03.00
Spath,A
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
SIS-602
AU-Univ for Peace Exchange
OPEN
001
01.00-12.00
Books
SIS-606
Culture, PCR: Alt to Violence
OPEN
001
03.00
Eralp,D
Books
TH
11:20AM
02:10PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
SIS-608
AU-University for Peace Prog
Permission: SIS Program Development Office.
OPEN
001
01.00-12.00
Books
SIS-611
International Negotiation
CANCELLED
001
03.00
Books
TH
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
OPEN
002
03.00
Nuamah,K
Books
T
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
SIS-613
Reconciliation and Justice
OPEN
001
03.00
Gamaghelyan,P
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
SIS-616
International Economics
Prerequisite: ECON-603.
OPEN
001
03.00
Brunel,C
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
OPEN
002
03.00
Porzecanski,A
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
OPEN
004
03.00
Brunel,C
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
SIS-619
Special Studies in Int'l Pol
OPEN
001
Energy Security & Geopolitics
03.00
Benes,K
Books
M
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Energy Security and the Geopolitics of Energy (3) This course looks at the risks to global energy security, how particular countries view their energy challenges and strengths, and how these perceptions impact their foreign policy and security strategies. It also looks at the security considerations attached to different sources of energy and the key issues impacting the geopolitics of energy in different regions of the world. Among the subjects examined are how the major emerging economies expect to meet their energy needs, European dependence on Russian natural gas, Saudi oil policy, the impact of the U.S. energy revolution, the potential impact of natural gas discoveries in the Eastern Mediterranean, the so-called resource curse and the Arctic. By the end of the course, students should be able to define the major energy security issues facing the world and how this might evolve given economic shifts, technology trends, climate concerns, and geopolitical dynamics.
OPEN
002
Gender, Peace and Security
03.00
Wien,B
Books
T
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Gender, Peace and Security (3) Women's right to participate in policy making on peace and security is a central need of the human race. Moreover, multiple forms of violence against women, from the home to the global system of militarism and sex trafficking, must be a central focus of national security. Militarized security depends on gender inequality, gender inequality is a form of structural violence, and war disproportionately impacts women. These reinforcing cycles of violence can be transformed with research, knowledge, mass participation, mobilization and skills. This course reconceptualizes international relations through a gender lens and "feminist curiosity".by studying gendered theories of power and nonviolent struggle, and exploring cutting-edge strategies for transforming cultural attitudes, norms, and institutions in order to build a more just, humane, and peaceful world order.
OPEN
003
Peacebuilding Theory/Organiztn
03.00
Call,C
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Peacebuilding Theory and Organization (3) This course addresses the theory and organization of building peace in war-torn societies. It covers many of the core readings on peacebuilding. Students learn different conceptual approaches to peacebuilding and related concepts
OPEN
004
DDR,Justice & Security Reform
03.00
Gallaher,C
Books
TH
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Disarmament, Demobilization, Reintegration (DDR)and Justice and Security Reform (3) This course examines how countries are rebuilt after war. Students examine how armed groups are disarmed, demobilized, and reintegrated in society. The course also considers the various ways that states rebuild their security sectors.
OPEN
005
Economics of Violence & Peace
03.00
Nuamah,K
Books
W
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Economics of Violence and Peace (3) This course examines political economic issues concerning war and peace, including civil war, terrorism, and insurgency. Taking a broad view which emphasizes the interaction between economic and non-economic factors, including religion and culture, it discusses economic causes of wars, focusing on economic grievances, resources, environmental problems, and poverty; economic consequences of wars; and economic measures for conflict prevention and resolution, as well as post-conflict reconstruction.
OPEN
006
Human Rights and Conflict
03.00
Gamaghelyan,P
Books
TH
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Human Rights and Conflict (3) This course explores the increasingly relevant intersection of international human rights and conflict. It introduces students to many of the ethical and operational issues that policymakers, diplomats, human rights and humanitarian aid workers, soldiers, peace-keepers and civilian police face in responding to today's conflicts. In so doing, the course also provides students with basic understanding of humanitarian law. The class explores human rights as a cause or consequence of violent conflict; holding militaries and paramilitaries responsible for violations; peace negotiations and human rights advocacy; the truth vs. justice debate in truth commissions and war crimes trials; civil society as human rights safeguard; human rights implications of the war on terrorism; and the human rights of refugees and displaced people.
OPEN
007
Youth and Conflict
03.00
Cromwell,A
Books
M
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Youth and Conflict (3) This course examines the relationship between youth and conflict, starting with an exploration of varying definitions of youth as a biological, cultural, and political category. The class discusses youth and children both as victims of conflict and as perpetrators of violence, as well as youth and nation, the effect of conflict on educational systems, the special concerns of girls, the efforts of international child protection agencies and NGOs, children's testimonies of violence, and youth-sponsored peace-building activities internationally.
OPEN
008
Peacebuilding in Africa
03.00
Nuamah,K
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Peacebuilding in Africa (3) This course examines problems of peace and security in Africa in the post-independence period, focusing on the past 15 years. It analyzes cases from different subregions of the continent, including Liberia, Sudan, and the Congo, and assesses the efforts of regional institutions, the United Nations and outside powers to find peaceful solutions.
OPEN
009
Environmental Peacemaking
03.00
Bruch,C
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Environmental Peacemaking (3) The focus of the emerging interdisciplinary field of environmental peacemaking is to identify ways that the environment, natural and human, provides opportunities for building bridges of collaboration between conflicting parties. In this course, students deal with concepts from ecopolitics, environmental security studies, international relations, and conflict resolution and develop an understanding of the theoretical framework informing the emerging environmental peacemaking paradigm. It also touches upon the nascent field of environmental peacebuilding, with its focus on relationship-building between conflict actors. The course examines the interactions among violence, conflict, peace, security, and the natural environment. It is structured to create the context for students to address questions including what impact violent conflict has on the environment; is environmental degradation itself a source or trigger of violent conflict; and how environmental cooperation can be used to promote peace and sustainable development.
OPEN
010
Security and Insecurity
03.00
Atzili,B
Books
W
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Security and Insecurity: Conflict and Politics in a Global Era (3) This course examines some of the main factors that have played a role in enhancing security or creating insecurity in the past, and examines the degree to which they have evolved in today's world. It addresses questions such as whether states fight more today than in the past; do they fight in different places and in different ways; have the dynamics, the institutions, and the actors that influenced conflict and war in the past changed in recent decades, or are they similar to past conflicts; and which fundamental concepts of security studies are still relevant today and which should be re-thought. The course considers, among other issues, alliances, territorial conflicts, civil-military relations, military doctrines, deterrence, nuclear weapons, and terrorism. Students examine these topics through the lenses of past and present cases of war and conflict, from World War I through conflicts of the twenty-first century.
OPEN
011
Evol/Prac of Insurgent Movmnts
03.00
Belding,W
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
The Evolution and Practice of Insurgent Movements (3) Insurgencies are altering the international order on a scale not seen in centuries. Politicians, academics, and military leaders are debating whether this is a passing phenomenon or whether national borders and regional stability are threatened with irreversible change. Non-state actors are the driving force in this dynamic shift. Through case studies of specific conflicts, this course examines the historical arc of asymmetric conflicts in the three most impacted geographic regions: the Middle East, Africa and Asia. The class searches for common elements among these movements in order to develop an understanding of how current insurgencies are likely to end and future actions will arise.
OPEN
012
Comparative Peace Processes
03.00
Wanis-St. John,A
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Comparative Peace Processes (3) Peace processes are far more complex than any other kind of international or intergroup negotiation and involve bargaining between the principal conflict parties and among their own internal factions and constituencies, and sometimes involve outside interveners who want to mediate among the parties. While classic approaches to peace processes tend to either emphasize the internal and external political contexts to explain success or failure, or test the theories of international relations related to the termination of war, this course looks at peace processes as complex negotiations that should lead to the end of armed conflict and continue into implementation and the reconstruction of peaceful social and political relations. The course examines peace processes that have failed, those that appear to be succeeding, and those whose outcome remains unclear. Students gain an understanding of the options for structuring such a negotiation, the issues that need to be resolved, the trade-offs and tensions that are involved, and the dangers and challenges along the way. Cases from the last three decades of peace negotiations are analyzed in depth to identify the dynamics, patterns, and factors involved.
OPEN
013
Foundations of Global Govern
03.00
Gutner,T
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Foundations of Global Governance (3) As transnational challenges intensify, the question of whether states and societies can cooperate effectively has become central. An array of formal international and regional organizations and less formal governance efforts have developed as a response. This course examines the complex interactions among these governance efforts and national governments, individuals and civil society. It considers the challenges and constraints facing global governance and multilateralism and identifies newer and emerging forms that are more attuned to the needs and demands of the twenty-first century.
OPEN
016
Foundations of Global Security
03.00
Metelits,C
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Foundations of Global Security (3) This foundation course provides students with a survey of the main theories and concepts related to international security and considers a range of historical and contemporary cases.
CANCELLED
017
U.S.-China Relations
03.00
Zhao,Q
Books
T
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
U.S.-China Relations (3) This course begins with an overview of U.S.-China relations from historical and theoretical perspectives, providing the background necessary to comprehend the domestic foundations of foreign policy. It then examines politics and foreign policies of China and the United States, and interactions between the two powers. Includes security, economic, and diplomatic relations as well as their impact on international relations in Asia-Pacific including Japan, South Korea, and Southeast Asia. The course also introduces a variety of perspectives as analytical tools for research, and analyzes significant controversies as a way of participating in the field's theoretical and policy debates.
OPEN
018
Foundations of Global Security
03.00
Ohls,D
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Foundations of Global Security (3) This foundation course provides students with a survey of the main theories and concepts related to international security and considers a range of historical and contemporary cases.
OPEN
019
Transnational Crime/Terrorism
03.00
Schneider,D
Books
W
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Transnational Crime and Terrorism (3) Transnational criminals and terrorists interact, particularly in conflict regions and regions of frozen conflict. Terrorists in many regions of the world depend on organized crime to finance their activities and provide them logistical support. This course examines the diverse forms of interaction of transnational crime and corruption, with the relationship of these different groups to the state a central part of the analysis. The class looks at the security, human rights, and social consequences of this interaction.
CANCELLED
020
Latin America Pol Econ
03.00
Taylor,M
Books
F
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Latin America Political Economy (3) Over the past century, Latin America has been a fertile testing ground for a variety of economic and political theories of development. Economic experiments have ranged from liberalism through socialism, passing through various forms of state-led capitalism along the way. Political experimentation has included everything from populist authoritarianism to military rule, and from hybrid democracies to vibrant multiparty presidential democracies. The remarkable variation in these forms of economic and political organization has been matched by the breadth of actors and ideologies present in the fabric of Latin American states. Drawing on the rich toolbox of comparative political science, this course examines how political and economic organization influence each other, the foundations of the ideas and beliefs that underpin political and economic institutions, and the evolution of Latin American states and economies since World War II.
OPEN
021
History of Global Politics
03.00
Banks,D
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
History of Global Politics (3) This course provides historical context on change and continuity in the global political system. It examines the rise, fall, and evolution of the political units that have comprised the system, including city-states, empires, and socio-cultural political units such as world religions as well as the modern nation-state and addresses how each of these different forms of political units have affected the practice of global politics across the centuries. The course compares parallel sub-global systems of politics common before the contemporary era of interconnected global politics, particularly politics within the European state system to those in Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Finally, the course takes a historical perspective on change and continuity in the variety of actors and organizing structures in global politics to assess how conceptions of global society, norms, and values as well as power and self-interest have shaped peace, conflict, prosperity, and development across history. Restriction: International Affairs: Global Governance, Politics, and Security (MA). Meets with SIS-619 121.
(Meets with SIS 619 121)
CANCELLED
022
Regional Orgs: Security & Gov
03.00
Acharya,A
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Regional Organizations: Security and Government (3) This course compares major regional organizations in the world as well as examines how organizations promote regional cooperation in security and governance and a collective identity through a more detailed study of regionalism in Southeast Asia.
OPEN
023
How Terrorism Ends
03.00
Cronin,A
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
How Terrorism Ends (3) This seminar examines the long-standing experience of how terrorist campaigns end in order to encourage a strategic approach to reducing this form of violence. Among other things, the class discusses the political and historical context for today's terrorist threat; how the threat of terrorism is likely to evolve and how terrorists innovate; why some terrorist organizations eventually transform into more peaceful political movements or disappear; the international experience in responding to a terrorist threat; what are effective strategies for preventing terrorism from arising in the first place; and, especially, how do terrorist campaigns end.
OPEN
024
Migration and Security
03.00
Rudolph,C
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Migration and Security (3) Few issues pose as significant a challenge to states as international migration does, affecting nearly all critical aspects of governance. The myriad ways that immigration and refugee flows affect state interests, both material and idealistic, creates highly contentious politics where domestic interests clash and defining a national interest is an elusive quest for the state. This course offers students a broad overview of migration and refugee dynamics, and identifies those aspects most challenging to state governance. This includes understanding the factors that generate migration and refugee flows, as well as the politics they generate, both international and domestic. The course examines the security implications (broadly defined) of global migration and refugee flows, including defense, homeland security, and economic and societal dimensions. It also considers carefully the human rights implications of these dynamics. The course also examines policy development over the past half-century in a comparative perspective with an eye towards identifying new challenges and generating questions for future research.
CANCELLED
025
Grand Strategy
03.00
Cronin,A
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Grand Strategy (3) This course uses the traditional tools of history and political theory to analyze the concept of grand strategy. Grand strategy is the highest and most complex level of strategy, involving all the resources of the state (political, cultural, military, economic, etc.), and integrating all the tools of the government (diplomacy, economic aid, military force, trade, and so forth) to achieve the objectives of policy. The course begins by analyzing Thucydides' history of the Peloponnesian War, then examines China during the warring states period and Machiavelli's Florence in the sixteenth century. From there, the course addresses war and statecraft throughout the modern era, including Clausewitz and the French Revolution, World War I, World War II, the Cold War, nuclear strategy, decolonization and insurgency, and finally the so-called Global War on Terrorism, and finally considering if grand strategy is looking beyond war to the nature of peace, what that can tell us about war and peace in the twenty-first century.
OPEN
026
Seminar in Int'l Affairs
03.00
Nimer,M
Books
T
11:20AM
02:10PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Seminar in International Affairs (3) This course introduces students to, establishes a theoretical foundation of knowledge in, and provides exposure to experts in the main fields of concentration available in the graduate programs of the School of International Service: international politics, international law and organizations, international peace and conflict resolution, comparative and regional studies, international communication, international economic relations, international development, global environmental politics, and U.S. foreign policy. The course improves students' understanding of these fields of study through experiential education and active learning; immerses students in both the theory and practice of these areas through meetings with experts and site visits to relevant agencies and organizations; explores relevant career opportunities and prepares students to pursue professional careers in these fields; and develops academic and professional skills relevant to these subject areas. Restriction: Graduate Professional Studies (GPS) Program.
CANCELLED
027
Human Rights for Business/Dev
03.00
Richardson,J
Books
T
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Managing Human Rights for Business and Development (3) This course addresses the emerging field of human rights and business, looking at the roles and responsibilities of business enterprises, states, and various international institutions with respect to protecting the human rights of individuals and their communities impacted by business development.
CLOSED
028
Cyber/Terror/Espionage/Crime
03.00
Novotny,E
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Cyber Warfare, Terrorism, Espionage, and Crime (3) Cyberspace plays an increasingly important role in diplomacy and global conflict. This course examines the issues and controversies surrounding the use of cyberspace for warfare, terrorism, espionage, and cybercrime. Students gain a thorough knowledge of the core concepts, issues, policy options, and potential futures of conflict in cyberspace. Note: Technical knowledge of digital media and networks is not required.
OPEN
029
Conflict, Memory & Peacebldng
03.00
Smith,M
Books
TH
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Conflict, Memory and Peacebuilding: Dealing with the Past (3) Memory in the wake of war powerfully links personal and political agendas. Overcoming personal trauma, handling the need for acknowledgement, finding justice, and developing leadership in creating a new social vision are all endeavors where memory is central to the enterprise. Yet memory is elusive, and easily subject to manipulation. This course explores how much memory, and under what circumstances, a grieving society can handle; what kind of memory does a grieving person need; whether there are times when it is better to forget; and how better tools for processing memory can be designed to further individual and societal healing after war.
CANCELLED
030
The United Nations
03.00
Schroeder,M
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
The United Nations (3) This course explores the birth, evolution, and performance of the United Nations. Students also examine how (and how well) the UN has addressed specific issues through cases studies in areas that include peacekeeping, environment, poverty reduction, and humanitarian assistance.
OPEN
031
Unpackng Intrvntn in Civil War
03.00
Campbell,S
Books
T
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Unpacking Intervention in Civil War (3) Western scholars and policymakers often draw stark distinctions between peacekeeping, peacemaking, conflict prevention, peacebuilding, development, and humanitarian intervention. In conflict-affected countries, however, these distinctions are blurred, as single organizations, such as UN peace operations, attempt simultaneously to build peace, prevent violence, save lives, and create the foundations for sustainable development. This course takes an actor-centric perspective, focusing on the political, legal, and organizational causes of the behavior of international organizations, non-governmental organizations, states, and private contractors during civil war. Students assess the behavior and potential effectiveness of key international interveners engaged in peacekeeping, conflict-sensitive development, peacebuilding, and humanitarian intervention.
CANCELLED
033
Adaptation under Fire
03.00
Barno,D; Bensahel,N
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Adaptation under Fire (3) This course examines the role of adaptation in war to help students understand the difficulties of accurately forecasting the nature of future conflicts, and how militaries must rapidly adjust to unexpected circumstances. The course highlights the challenges confronting militaries that enter conflicts with unproven theories and then must adjust those approaches to the painful realities of a new battlefield, or fail. Students study eight modern wars to examine how militaries adapted their doctrine, use of technology and leadership in order to become more effective. The course also highlights the viewpoints and experiences of individual service members in combat in dealing with fear and stress.
OPEN
035
Human Rights in Middle East
03.00
Mokhtari,S
Books
W
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Human Rights in the Middle East (3) This course facilitates a critical assessment of the state of human rights and human rights advocacy in the Middle East. It considers the variety of factors which contribute to human rights violations in the region including the pervasiveness of authoritarian regimes which rely on elaborate security apparatuses repress dissent, social hierarchies, and Islamist politics. The course then examines the various responses of Middle Eastern governments to internal and international charges of human rights violations ranging from deploying anti-imperialist discourses intended to discredit the framework to co-opting it by signing international human rights treaties and creating domestic human rights institutions. The course devotes considerable attention to effective advocacy strategies, touching upon debates surrounding the appropriate role of Western actors, and whether and to what extent advocacy initiatives such as those promoting women's rights should deploy Islamic discourses. Finally, the course considers several contemporary case studies including shifting human rights dynamics spurred by the post-September 11th era and subsequently by Iran's Green Movement in 2009 and the 2011 Arab Uprisings. The course concludes by assessing whether the human rights paradigm has lived up to its emancipatory promise in the Middle East and considering the future of human rights conditions, consciousness and advocacy in the region.
OPEN
039
Int'l Law & the Global Order
03.00
Bates,S
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
International Law and the Global Order (3) This course focuses on the role of international law in interstate relations and global order; analyzes the contribution of different international institutions in making of international law; and examines the effectiveness of international law in maintaining order in important areas of global affairs with emphasis on cases, treaties, and other documents.
OPEN
121
History of Global Politics
03.00
Banks,D
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
History of Global Politics (3) This course provides historical context on change and continuity in the global political system. It examines the rise, fall, and evolution of the political units that have comprised the system, including city-states, empires, and socio-cultural political units such as world religions as well as the modern nation-state and addresses how each of these different forms of political units have affected the practice of global politics across the centuries. The course compares parallel sub-global systems of politics common before the contemporary era of interconnected global politics, particularly politics within the European state system to those in Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Finally, the course takes a historical perspective on change and continuity in the variety of actors and organizing structures in global politics to assess how conceptions of global society, norms, and values as well as power and self-interest have shaped peace, conflict, prosperity, and development across history. Meets with SIS-619 021.
(Meets with SIS 619 021)
SIS-620
Stds in Global Envirn Politics
OPEN
001
Building a Post-Carbon World
03.00
Nicholson,S
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Building a Post-Carbon World (3) For a host of pressing reasons, the world needs to wean itself from fossil fuels. The need is clear, but the path less so. This practice-oriented course examines the options available for constructing a post-carbon world. The class spends significant time looking at different prescriptions for a post-carbon energy system and economy, and examining the different policy instruments and other actions by which such large-scale transition can be made real. The course is also project-based, and is built around engagement with real-world examples of individuals and institutions moving beyond carbon.
OPEN
002
The Future of Environmentalism
03.00
Wapner,P
Books
W
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
The Future of Environmentalism (3) This course explores how to best understand and respond to global environmental problems as well as cutting-edge thinking about ethics, politics, and philosophical underpinnings of contemporary environmental efforts in order to discern the most promising trajectories of environmental engagement.
OPEN
003
Politics of Conservation
03.00
Freeman,S
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Politics of Conservation (3) How is the world to respond to increasing losses of biodiversity and habitats? This course looks at the environmental and human impacts of conservation interventions. By considering parks and protected areas to more recent measures such as forest preservation through carbon financing, students examine the grounded effects of interventions in order to design and implement more socially and ecologically sound responses.
OPEN
004
Urban Political Ecology
03.00
Ranganathan,M
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Urban Political Ecology (3) The twenty-first century is an urban century; for the first time in history more than half of the world's population lives in cities. While urban activities fuel capitalism, cities are also key arenas for struggles around social justice, resources, infrastructure, and space. This course draws primarily from urban political ecology and associated critical theories to unpack the power relations underlying society-nature interactions and the political and policy impulses that seek to alter them. Topics include infrastructure privatization, informality, disasters, race and pollution, derived from cases both in the North and the South.
CANCELLED
005
Intro to Environmental Econ
03.00
Brunel,C
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Introduction to Environmental Economics (3) This course provides an overview of the uses of economics in the context of environmental issues and of the key topics in environmental policy today. The course introduces the market forces that affect the environment and discusses the relative merits of different methods of pollution control such as taxes or cap-and-trade. Students learn how to value the benefits and costs of an improvement in air quality or of the protection of a natural park. This knowledge is then applied to policy topics such as the links between economic growth and the environment, or the question of environmental justice. Prerequisite: ECON-603.
SIS-627
Int'l Finance/Emerging Markets
Prerequisite: SIS-666 or ECON-672 or IBUS-700.
OPEN
001
03.00
Porzecanski,A
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
SIS-628
Advanced Topics in Int'l Comm
OPEN
001
Managing Int'l/Intrcultrl Prog
03.00
Aw,F
Books
S
09:00AM
05:30PM
TBA
TBA
01/21/17
01/28/17
S
09:00AM
05:30PM
TBA
TBA
02/18/17
02/18/17
S
09:00AM
05:30PM
TBA
TBA
03/04/17
03/04/17
S
09:00AM
05:30PM
TBA
TBA
03/25/17
03/25/17
Managing International/Intercultural Programs/Exchanges (3) This course examines the cultural, political, and economic dimensions of managing international and intercultural programs in the context of internationalization of university and college campuses. It includes international student and scholar programs and services, study abroad initiatives, and curriculum transformation. Students conduct related research including the use of case studies, and various assessment tools and models. Restriction: Intercultural & International Communication (MA).
(Meets with SIS 628 009)
OPEN
002
Intercultural Leadership
03.00
Sachs,N
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Intercultural Leadership (3) This course examines global leadership in cross-cultural contexts in order to develop enhanced understanding of key leadership research and best practices and the characteristics of interculturally competent global leaders. Questions such as why leaders who are successful in domestic settings sometimes fail dramatically in international/intercultural contexts, and what is different about global/intercultural leadership, are addressed.
OPEN
003
Global Persp on Pub Diplomacy
03.00
Kelley,J
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Global Perspective on Public Diplomacy (3) This course provides an introduction to the conceptual and theoretical foundations for public diplomacy programs, new media public diplomacy initiatives, and how media outlets are used by international actors to influence global public opinion. The course covers issues and theories related to soft power, strategic communication, and media-based international relations. It reviews contemporary debates on U.S. public diplomacy and the public diplomacy initiatives of other nation-states and non-state actors. The course is a comprehensive inquiry into assumptions that continue to justify and define the evolving range of policies related to public diplomacy and strategic communication. Meets with SIS-628 901.
(Meets with SIS 628 901)
CANCELLED
004
Comm, Culture & Int'l Conflict
03.00
Venturelli,S
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Communication, Culture and International Conflict (3) The course examines the deeper sociocultural and communication drivers of conflict as seen in multiple regions of the world such as the Middle East, Eastern Europe, Asia and Africa. The course examines the communication struggle for the hearts and minds of the population by key players in conflict environments, the evolution of insurgent networks, the sociocultural capabilities of security organizations in fighting the insurgency and winning the population's trust, the cultural beliefs, identities and interests of local populations, civilian governance and leadership in conflict zones, the role of international intervention and international organizations, the information, communication and media environment, the battle of narratives and narrative strategies, the challenge of strengthening national identity, intercultural relations, security and governance capabilities through aid and assistance, and sociocultural lessons for future conflicts.
OPEN
005
Race in Int'l Relations
03.00
Persaud,R
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Race in International Relations (3) This course examines the enormous impact that racialized thought and practices have had on all aspects of international relations since the sixteenth century. Particular attention is paid to the racialization of conquest and empire building, state formation, national and international security, the conduct of wars, foreign policy, immigration, civilizations, and economic progress. The intersection of race with gender is also studied. Significant use is made of the postcolonial literature. The course is grounded in historical, semiotic, and discursive forms of analysis and students conduct primary source research.
CLOSED
007
Crisis Mgmt/Comm in Int'l Work
03.00
Leki,R
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Crisis Management and Communication in International Work (3) This course provides students anticipating international careers with advanced competencies for dealing with a variety of crises overseas. The responsibilities for the success of an organization and the wellbeing of its people can be challenging in any context. In international environments, particularly in the developing world, the match between reliable resources for crisis mitigation and the vulnerabilities faced can become untenable. Learning to negotiate and navigate through these challenges is a prerequisite for international success. Content topics in this course include crisis management and communication, personal and organizational safety and security, an overview of the landscape of contemporary international threats, contingency planning, resource maximization, and risk management theory and practice.
CANCELLED
008
Glbl Soc Media: Identity/Youth
03.00
Karudapuram,S
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Global Social Media, Identity, Representation, and Youth Culture (3) This interactive course illuminates the ways multimedia and social media platforms are used to negotiate identity, especially among youth. The course concerns itself with the ways in which youth harness and are subject to social media power by focusing on the interrelations among social media, economic practices, cultural identity constructions, representations, and contestations. Through examinations of social media and multimedia sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and global counterparts in countries like China and India, the course employs critical approaches to explore the uses of social media in the professional, cultural, social, political, and personal life contexts of youth. Particular attention is paid to the intersections of gender and sexuality, race, ethnicity, and religion, social class, age, physical ability, and related identities. Topically, the course explores the power of social media to catalyze one's work life especially in a global economy; enhances or impairs education; promotes and limits cross-border cultural flows and cross-cultural communication through circulation of commodities, texts, and artifacts; opens up new avenues for public diplomacy as well as effective cross-cultural immersive experiences; and galvanizes or stymies civic engagement and social justice activities as older generations seek to reassert control over the threat of dissolution of tradition, conformity, and community. At a practical level, students are prepared to apply course knowledge and frameworks in professional contexts such as new public and cultural diplomacy, social entrepreneurship, arts management, conflict resolution and peacebuilding, cross-cultural training, and social justice activism in international and domestic contexts.
CLOSED
009
Managing Int'l/Intrcultrl Prog
03.00
Aw,F
Books
S
09:00AM
05:30PM
TBA
TBA
01/21/17
01/28/17
S
09:00AM
05:30PM
TBA
TBA
02/18/17
02/18/17
S
09:00AM
05:30PM
TBA
TBA
03/04/17
03/04/17
S
09:00AM
05:30PM
TBA
TBA
03/25/17
03/25/17
Managing International/Intercultural Programs/Exchanges (3) This course examines the cultural, political, and economic dimensions of managing international and intercultural programs in the context of internationalization of university and college campuses. It includes international student and scholar programs and services, study abroad initiatives, and curriculum transformation. Students conduct related research including the use of case studies, and various assessment tools and models. Meets with SIS-628 001.
(Meets with SIS 628 001)
OPEN
901
Global Persp on Pub Diplomacy
03.00
Kelley,J
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Global Perspective on Public Diplomacy (3) This course provides an introduction to the conceptual and theoretical foundations for public diplomacy programs, new media public diplomacy initiatives, and how media outlets are used by international actors to influence global public opinion. The course covers issues and theories related to soft power, strategic communication, and media-based international relations. It reviews contemporary debates on U.S. public diplomacy and the public diplomacy initiatives of other nation-states and non-state actors. The course is a comprehensive inquiry into assumptions that continue to justify and define the evolving range of policies related to public diplomacy and strategic communication. Restriction: International Arts Management (Graduate Certificate). Meets with SIS-628 003.
(Meets with SIS 628 003)
SIS-635
Adv Topics in Development Mgmt
OPEN
001
Soc Enterprise: Context/Pract
03.00
Tomasko,R
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Social Enterprise: Context and Best Practices (3) Focuses on the ecology and tool kit of the successful social entrepreneur. Provides exposure to techniques such as appreciative inquiry and asset-based planning, design thinking, small wins, positive deviance, systems thinking, and applied innovation diffusion theory. The basics of branding, positioning, and revenue-based business models are also considered in relation to social enterprises.
CLOSED
002
Development Management
03.00
Hirschmann,D
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Development Management (3) The problems of administering public programs in developing countries and the methods by which development projects are carried out. For foreign students who will be returning to developing countries as well as for Americans interested in international administration. Restriction: Development Management (MS). Meets with SIS-635 003.
(Meets with SIS 635 003)
CLOSED
003
Development Management
03.00
Hirschmann,D
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Development Management (3) The problems of administering public programs in developing countries and the methods by which development projects are carried out. For foreign students who will be returning to developing countries as well as for Americans interested in international administration. Meets with SIS-635 002.
(Meets with SIS 635 002)
OPEN
004
Rural Development
03.00
Heath,J
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Rural Development (3) This course provides a background to the problems of rural development theory and practice today. Readings explore specific rural dynamics and present the complexities of culture, environment, production, and social change in different settings. The course looks at how rural development has re-emerged as a focal point for development organizations and assesses whether much has changed.
OPEN
005
Human Trafficking in Glbl Soc
03.00
Samarasinghe,V
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Human Trafficking in Global Society (3) This course helps students get a better understanding of contemporary human trafficking and modern day slavery. The course discusses the root causes of human trafficking in a globalized world, which includes an analysis of the complex North/South issues of supply and demand, immigration, irregular migration, conflict, and refugee issues; identifies components of anti-trafficking frameworks adopted by the UN, regional bodies and states; and evaluates the challenges in combatting human trafficking in a global society.
CANCELLED
006
Food Security: Institutl Persp
03.00
Mendelson-Forman,J
Books
F
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Food Security: An Institutional Perspective (3) Food security is defined as the ability for all peoples at all times to have access to adequate and nutritious food Beyond the definition, ensuring food security in the United States and internationally requires a complex array of government, multilateral, and international organizations. It also engages the private sector and non-governmental organizations. Unpacking the way food security is managed is a complex task. This course walks students through the labyrinth of institutions, organizations, and individuals who ensure that the global vision of zero hunger, one of the main objectives of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, can be reached by 2030.
OPEN
007
Community Development
03.00
Healy,K
Books
TH
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Community Development (3) This course provides an overview of issues that affect development practices at the grassroots level. Its overall focus is based on a people-to-people approach. Instead of treating communities as target populations and passive beneficiaries in need of external help, it recognizes peoples' own initiatives, skills, and particular histories. Rather than a technical package for dealing with community development issues, the course nurtures analytic skills and learning abilities that can help would-be practitioners reach a critical, empathetic, and practical discernment of the problems faced in the field. The issues covered by the course enhance awareness of multiple aspects and levels of analysis involved in community development.
OPEN
009
Education and Developmentt
03.00
Darilek,R
Books
M
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Education and Development (3) This course addresses the role of education in development, different approaches to education management and reform, and the role of development in political change. The course introduces examples from developing countries and countries in transition from different regions to education systems, the politics behind education reform, and the social and political roles of education.
OPEN
011
Social Accountability
03.00
Fox,J
Books
T
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Social Accountability (3) This course addresses the challenges involved in promoting pro-poor institutional change. Despite the proliferation of elected governments around the world, accountable governance remains elusive for many. Governance refers to how public, civil society and private sector organizations make decisions, while accountability refers to the processes through which actors are held responsible for their decisions. The study of the relationship between governance and accountability sheds light on the classic question of "who gets what, how and why." This course focuses on institutional innovations that attempt to make development policy more publicly accountable, across a wide range of countries, actors, issue areas and institutions. The course analyzes who is, or should be, accountable to whom, as clients become citizens and bureaucrats become public servants. Cases include both state and society-led change initiatives, including experiences with state-society partnerships. The course's core concepts draw from interdisciplinary institutional analysis, and research strategies studied include the comparative method, institutional ethnography and semi-experimental approaches.
OPEN
012
NGO/Social Enterprise Mgmt
03.00
Fischer,S
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
NGO/Social Enterprise Management (3) This course for students who plan on, or are considering, a career in nonprofit service-providing or advocacy organizations, gives students an opportunity to apply management best practices to the challenges of running a non-governmental organization (NGO). Students acquire the knowledge needed to organize an effective NGO from the ground up. Equal emphasis throughout the course is given to practicalities of management that keep an organization afloat, and the dynamics of leadership that move it forward. The course covers goal setting, fundraising, strategy formulation, governance, and organization design, and the techniques used to identify opportunities, motivate colleagues, build momentum, use power, and win hearts-and-minds. Special emphasis is given to the emerging practices used by social entrepreneurs and how they can be applied in a broad range of NGOs.
CLOSED
013
Food Security: Institutl Persp
03.00
Mendelson-Forman,J
Books
TH
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Food Security: An Institutional Perspective (3) Food security is defined as the ability for all peoples at all times to have access to adequate and nutritious food Beyond the definition, ensuring food security in the United States and internationally requires a complex array of government, multilateral, and international organizations. It also engages the private sector and non-governmental organizations. Unpacking the way food security is managed is a complex task. This course walks students through the labyrinth of institutions, organizations, and individuals who ensure that the global vision of zero hunger, one of the main objectives of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, can be reached by 2030.
SIS-636
Micropolitics of Development
OPEN
001
03.00
Dixon,M
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
SIS-637
International Development
OPEN
001
03.00
Freeman,S
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
OPEN
002
03.00
Collins,E
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
SIS-649
Environment and Development
OPEN
001
03.00
Broad,R
Books
W
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
SIS-650
Global Econ & Sustainable Dev
Prerequisite: SIS-637 (may be taken concurrently).
CANCELLED
001
03.00
Broad,R
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
SIS-653
Topics in U.S. Foreign Policy
OPEN
001
National Security Resources
03.00
Kosiak,S
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
National Security Resources (3) This course examines in detail how the federal government determines the budgets for defense, foreign policy, homeland security, and intelligence. It also analyzes how the executive and congressional processes for allocating national security resources affect national security itself.
CANCELLED
002
President, Congress & For Pol
03.00
Books
M
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
President, Congress, and Foreign Policy (3) Who really makes U.S. foreign policy? This course assesses the foreign policy roles of the president and Congress, focusing on the power that each branch wields and how relations between them shape U.S. policy. The class examines cooperation and disputes between Congress and the president on issues such as treaties, the use of military force, trade agreements, and the funding of foreign policy programs.
OPEN
003
Continuity & Change in USFP
03.00
Snyder,S
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Continuity and Change in U.S. Foreign Policy (3) This course examines continuities and incongruities in U.S. foreign policy since 1789, with the greatest emphasis on the Cold War and post-Cold War periods. It includes extensive use of primary documents.
OPEN
004
Diplomatic Practice
03.00
Quainton,A
Books
M
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Diplomatic Practice (3) This seminar studies diplomacy in theory, history, and practice, as a political process and as an instrument of foreign policy. It covers diplomats' relations with their own governments as well as the countries in which they serve; how they use information on the politics, economics, and society of their host nation; the origin and costs of mistakes; and the future of diplomacy in an era of globalization and instant communication. It seeks to illustrate approaches to diplomacy through historical examples and contemporary case studies, linking diplomatic practice to current events.
OPEN
005
Issues in Intelligence
03.00
Keeley,G
Books
T
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Issues in Intelligence (3) Changes in technology, law, society, and governance are changing the business and possibilities of intelligence. On one hand, states and non-state actors have powerful new tools for surveillance, analysis, and disruption. On the other, formerly successful institutional forms find themselves unable to adjust, and public scrutiny of clandestine activities has never been greater. This course examines the theory and history of intelligence to establish a context for understanding these trends, and then explores recent events and likely developments to gain insight into the future of intelligence as a tool of state policy and a factor in international affairs.
OPEN
006
Transatlantic Security
03.00
Martin,G
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Transatlantic Security (3) This course examines the evolution of trans-Atlantic security policy and defense planning. It begins with a review of the formation of NATO and of trans-Atlantic defense policy and military force planning through the Cold War to the breakup of the Soviet Union. The course then focuses in some detail on the transformation that trans-Atlantic security relations have undergone, in particular the shift of NATO's focus from defense of European territory to expeditionary operations outside its boundaries and the European Union's assuming a strong role in defense planning.
OPEN
007
Bioterror in the 21st Century
03.00
Gerstein,D
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Bioterror in the Twenty-first Century This course examines the potential for bioterror attack. In this twenty-first century globalized world, the proliferation of biotechnology and a new wave of terror have combined to set the conditions for an increasingly likely attack using weapons of mass destruction (WMD) including biological weapons. The course also introduces the science behind biological weapons, examines U.S. government efforts to prepare for and respond to a bioterror attack, and investigates the policy implications of this emerging threat.
OPEN
008
U.S. Counterterrorism Policy
03.00
Moriarty II,J
Books
W
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
U.S. Counterterrorism Policy since 9/11 (3) After a brief overview of counterterrorism literature and theories, this course surveys the way in which the United States addressed terrorism prior to 9/11 and the policy challenges it confronted in the aftermath of the attacks. The course explores the development of counterterrorism policies by the Bush and the Obama administrations and analytically evaluates their effectiveness. Students develop a comprehensive understanding of what part counterterrorism plays in national security and what the outlook is for countering these threats.
OPEN
011
National Security & Civil Wars
03.00
Young,J
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
National Security and Civil Wars (3) Arguably, one of the greatest threats to international security is civil war. This form of political violence tends to spill across borders, spark conflicts in other regions, last for many years, and influence millions of lives. This course examines why civil wars start, the process of how they build, and how and why they end.
OPEN
012
Grand Strategy
03.00
Cronin,A
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Grand Strategy (3) This course uses the traditional tools of history and political theory to analyze the concept of grand strategy. Grand strategy is the highest and most complex level of strategy, involving all the resources of the state (political, cultural, military, economic, etc.), and integrating all the tools of the government (diplomacy, economic aid, military force, trade, and so forth) to achieve the objectives of policy. The course begins by analyzing Thucydides' history of the Peloponnesian War, then examines China during the warring states period and Machiavelli's Florence in the sixteenth century. From there, the course addresses war and statecraft throughout the modern era, including Clausewitz and the French Revolution, World War I, World War II, the Cold War, nuclear strategy, decolonization and insurgency, and finally the so-called Global War on Terrorism, and finally considering if grand strategy is looking beyond war to the nature of peace, what that can tell us about war and peace in the twenty-first century.
SIS-658
Financial Issues in Latin Amer
Prerequisite: ECON-601.
CANCELLED
001
03.00
Wolfe,A
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
SIS-662
AU-Peruvian Diplomatic Acad
Permission: SIS Program Development Office.
OPEN
001
01.00-12.00
Books
SIS-666
Int'l Financial Relations
Prerequisite: SIS-616.
OPEN
001
03.00
Henning,R
Books
T
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
SIS-672
Theories of Comp & Int'l Stds
OPEN
001
03.00
Metelits,C
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
SIS-673
Comparative Political Economy
OPEN
001
03.00
Hwang,B
Books
W
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
SIS-676
Sel Topics in Cross-Natl Study
CANCELLED
001
Contemporary Latin America
03.00
Giraudy,M
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Contemporary Latin America (3) This seminar provides an overview of the major contemporary themes debated in the Latin American politics scholarly literature. Students gain substantial empirical knowledge on the region's political systems, models of economic development, political institutions, welfare regimes, indigenous movements, political parties, and social actors, among others. They study both broad trends and cross-country diversity through the study of select cases, including Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Venezuela, among others. In addition, students become familiar with the major analytical debates and approaches to the study of Latin American politics and society. The seminar provides students with empirical, theoretical, and analytic tools to critically assess the unfolding of past, current, and future economic, social, and political events in Latin America.
OPEN
002
SE Asia, US & Regional Powers
03.00
Heng-Blackburn,P
Books
M
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Southeast Asia, United States, and Regional Powers (3) This course examines the roles and impact of the United States, Japan and China, and other regional powers on the transformation of security and economic frameworks in East and Southeast Asia from the end of the Second World War to the present. The security analysis treats developments during the Cold War, the Vietnam War, and issues in the post-Cold War era, particularly those pertaining to militant Islamic movements and non-traditional/human security challenges such as transnational labor flows, trafficking in persons, environmental degradation and natural disasters. The economic dimension highlights the impact of globalization on the region, and the emergence and evolution of regional economic cooperation. A major theme is the manner in which growing Chinese political influence and trade initiatives in recent years have impacted on long-standing American security and commercial interests, as well as on Japanese economic interests in the region.
OPEN
003
Bridging the Great Divide
03.00
Ahmed,A
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Bridging the Great Divide (3) No two religions are closer together than Judaism and Islam, and yet ironically, no two religions are further apart. This innovative course creates an interfaith dialogue necessary for understanding critical issues in today's world. It explores the history, culture, and theology of Muslims and Jews, reflecting both on similarities and differences, as well as the major challenges. Assisted by leading scholars in the United States and Europe, the course also offers strategies for building bridges between the communities and thus for bridging the political divide in world affairs.
OPEN
004
Empire: Past and Present
03.00
Zhang,Y
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Empire: Past and Present (3) Having governed the world for millennia, the empire is still alive. This seminar examines historic and contemporary empires such as America, Britain, China, Japan, Rome, and Russia, with a focus on empires in Asia. It covers essential components of empire building, including military expansion, indirect rule, unequal exchange, ideological hegemony, colonial policies, and ruling strategies. Even though most empires perished in the twentieth century, their political, economic, and cultural legacies persist in the post-colonial period. This course therefore provides empire as a useful perspective for understanding contemporary regional and global powers, which inherit, incorporate, and reinvent imperial institutions and strategies.
OPEN
005
Russia: State and Society
03.00
Savranskaya,S
Books
TH
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Russia: State and Society (3) This course focuses on Russian political structures and processes such as government institutions, elections, political actors, and civil society. The course closely follows the dynamics between the state and society, protest movements, and public discourse in contemporary Russia.
CANCELLED
006
Policing/Race Riots:US/Europe
03.00
Schneider,C
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Policing and Race Riots in U.S. and Europe (3) This course provides a comparative analysis of societal responses to police violence in Europe and the United States. It examines the relationships between the state and urban minorities and asks under what conditions do fractious relationships turn into riots. Topics include the role of social movements, when and how police tactics enforce racial boundaries, and the importance of access to the judicial system.
OPEN
007
Comp Pol of Mid East/N. Africa
03.00
Hardig,C
Books
T
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Comparative Politics of the Middle East and North Africa (3) This course introduces students to the dynamic politics of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. Students examine the region's various political systems and societal structures, as well as aspects of the political economy and role of external actors. Students are also introduced to key theoretical approaches to explaining politics in the region, including theories on democratization and social movement formation. Through historical and contemporary case studies, the course covers a wide range of topics, including the colonial legacy, authoritarian persistence, Islamist politics, civil society and social movement formation, rentier states, and sub- and supra-national identity politics.
CANCELLED
008
Contemp Islamist Movements
03.00
Books
M
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Contemporary Islamist Movements (3) This course examines the evolution of modern Islamist political and social movements using a historical and comparative lens. Students gain an empirically grounded understanding of contemporary Islamist movements as well as the analytical tools necessary to explain their ideologies and behavior.
CANCELLED
009
South Asia: Foreign Policy
03.00
Lalwani,S
Books
W
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
South Asia: Foreign Policy Challenges (3) South Asia hosts one-fifth of humanity, two nuclear powers, episodic U.S. engagement, several insurgencies, and enduring inter-state rivalries. This course provides a historical and contemporary understanding of the international politics of South Asia, its security challenges, and U.S. policy towards the region. The course explores major explanatory variables--structural, institutional, organizational, and ideational--to understand the causes, dynamics, and consequences of foreign policy challenges in South Asia.
OPEN
010
Dem Decay & Authoritarianism
03.00
Schneider,C
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Democratic Decay and Authoritarianism in the West (3) It is often assumed that once a country achieves a certain level of economic and political development, absent a cataclysmic event, democratic consolidation is permanent. However, recent trends in American and European politics call this into question. This course looks at the causes and consequences of the erosion of democracy, paying particular attention to both warning signs and effective resistance efforts.
SIS-682
Foreign Pol: Institutions/Proc
CANCELLED
001
03.00
Tama,J
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
OPEN
002
03.00
Moriarty II,J
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
SIS-686
Proseminar:Int'l Affairs I
Restriction: MIS program.
OPEN
001
03.00
French,E
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Restriction: International Service (MIS): Online.
(Meets with SIS 686 301)
CLOSED
002
03.00
Floyd,P
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Restriction: International Service (MIS): Online.
(Meets with SIS 686 302)
CANCELLED
101
03.00
French,E
Books
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Instructional Method: Online.
CANCELLED
102
03.00
Floyd,P
Books
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Instructional Method: Online.
OPEN
301
03.00
French,E
Books
Instructional Method: Online.
(Meets with SIS 686 001)
CLOSED
302
03.00
Floyd,P
Books
Instructional Method: Online.
(Meets with SIS 686 002)
SIS-687
Proseminar:Int'l Affairs II
Restriction: MIS program.
CANCELLED
001
03.00
Hofmann,C
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
SIS-689
Foreign Pol: Theor Decisn Mkng
CLOSED
001
03.00
Murray,S
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
SIS-690
Ind Study in Int'l Studies
Permission: instructor and SIS graduate studies office.
CLOSED
001
Internet of Things in India
01.00-06.00
Novotny,E
Books
CLOSED
002
US and China Policy of DPRK
01.00-06.00
Zhao,Q
Books
CLOSED
003
Sovereign Risk Assessment
01.00-06.00
Porzecanski,A
Books
CLOSED
004
Nonviolence and Negotiation
01.00-06.00
Wanis-St. John,A
Books
CLOSED
005
Anthropology and Islam
01.00-06.00
Ahmed,A
Books
CLOSED
006
Terrorists With Nukes
01.00-06.00
Moriarty II,J
Books
CLOSED
007
Cross Cultural Training: SA
01.00-06.00
Taylor,A
Books
CLOSED
008
Diving for Sustainable Tourism
01.00-06.00
Fischer,S
Books
CLOSED
009
Diving Into Coral Protection
01.00-06.00
Freeman,S
Books
CLOSED
010
US Military Music Policy
01.00-06.00
Venturelli,S
Books
CLOSED
011
Intercultural Mobile App Desig
01.00-06.00
Taylor,A
Books
OPEN
012
Cyber 912 Student Challenge
01.00-06.00
Novotny,E
Books
SIS-691
Internship in Int'l Affairs
Permission: internship coordinator and SIS graduate studies office.
OPEN
001
01.00-06.00
Cogburn,D
Books
Instructional Method: Online.
OPEN
002
01.00-06.00
Schneider,D
Books
Instructional Method: Online.
OPEN
003
01.00-06.00
Shapiro,J
Books
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
CLOSED
004
01.00-06.00
Schneider,D
Books
SIS-693
Action Research in Devel Mgmt
Restriction: Development Management (MS). Permission: instructor.
OPEN
001
01.00-06.00
Hirschmann,D
Books
SIS-694
AU-Ritsumeikan Exchange
Permission: SIS dean's office.
OPEN
001
01.00-12.00
Books
SIS-696
Selected Topics:Non-Recurring
OPEN
001
Methods of Social Innovation
01.00
Meade,E
Books
SU
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/22/17
01/22/17
SU
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/05/17
02/05/17
SU
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/26/17
02/26/17
SU
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
04/02/17
04/02/17
SU
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
04/23/17
04/23/17
Methods of Social Innovation (1) This course introduces a wide range of social innovation methodologies that are important to the practice of social enterprise. Students relate these to social issues they plan to address in their career, and use them to broaden their professional toolkit and increase their capacity for effective action. Restriction: Social Enterprise (MA).
SIS-697
AU-Korea University Exchange
OPEN
001
01.00-12.00
Books
SIS-698
AU-Sciences Po Exchange,Paris
OPEN
001
01.00-09.00
Books
SIS-710
Colloquium in Int'l Relations
OPEN
002
Advanced International Law
03.00
Williams,P
Books
W
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Advanced International Law (3) Students pursue special projects associated with the role of law in peace negotiations and the development of post-conflict constitutions. Permission: instructor.
SIS-730
Skills Inst in Int'l Affairs
OPEN
001
Program Dsgn, M&E, Learning
01.00
Roberts,C
Books
F
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/17/17
02/17/17
S
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/18/17
02/18/17
SU
09:00AM
03:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/19/17
02/19/17
Program Design, Monitoring and Evaluation and Learning (1) This course introduces methods and skills used in evaluating international development programs with a focus on planning and design. The course introduces students to the evaluation process and various evaluation designs, as well as methods for data collection and analysis. The course has a practical focus as it prepares students for performing work funded by international organizations, bilateral aid agencies, philanthropic foundations, or other global development donors. Students develop a broad understanding of program evaluation and how to apply tools and templates to monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) activities. The primary skills include how to develop a theory of change, a results framework, and learning plan; how to differentiate among the many approaches to evaluation, such as performance, impact, developmental, utilization-focused, etc., and develop an understanding regarding when and how each should be used; the ability to use information and communications technology (ICT) tools for surveys; and an understanding of approaches required to communicate results in an accessible manner.
(Meets with SIS 730 201)
OPEN
002
Crowdfunding
01.00
Tuomi,K
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/21/17
01/22/17
Crowdfunding (1) Crowdfunding is a potentially groundbreaking way of financing and promoting ideas. Moreover, new forms, platforms and laws are being developed all the time. This skills institute covers the following topics: an overview of the crowdfunding world; a comparison of the different types of crowdfunding and the types of projects that each supports; a comparison of the main US platforms; as well as some of the niche ones (DC's equity eats, etc); the practical steps to a successful fundraising campaign; the tools to be a wise investor; and an analysis of what to do after a campaign either in the event of failure/success.
(Meets with SIS 730 203)
OPEN
003
Contemporary Public Diplomacy
01.00
Weil,L
Books
S
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/28/17
02/04/17
Contemporary Public Diplomacy: Changes and Challenges (1) Contemporary U.S. public diplomacy is done in an ever-increasing variety of ways, including interaction between students, entertainers, educators and activists. Public diplomacy professionals today need to be digitally literate as well as sensitive to how social media are used differently from country to country. They must be prepared to stay on top of emerging trends and meet the shifting priorities of national security. This course combines recent readings on public diplomacy topics, discussion of a variety of U.S. public diplomacy programs in the public and private sectors, and practical exercises to help students manage the changing landscape of contemporary public diplomacy. Students learn about the latest issues and how they affect the field, delve into the main challenges faced in carrying out public diplomacy programs and build a toolkit for managing today's challenges.
OPEN
004
Theory of Change
01.00
Gray,J
Books
F
06:00PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/27/17
01/27/17
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/28/17
01/29/17
Theory of Change (1) This course introduces students to Theory of Change (ToC), a systems-change project design, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation framework which has become a mainstream approach for many bi- and multi-lateral institutions and foundations including USAID, USDA, DFID, Gates, Packard, and others. Students are introduced to the theory behind the ToC framework and the ToC development processes, and gain practical experience working with the framework through the design of a project based on a USAID project solicitation. Students gain a strong understanding of the theory behind, and application of, the framework in project design, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and learning.; become familiar with how the framework is being mainstreamed in donor solicitations, the challenges and opportunities in designing and implementing project's based on ToC; and become practiced in using a ToC to develop a project design; monitoring evaluation and learning plan, and adaptive management plan for program implementation.
CLOSED
005
Building Resilience
01.00
Burke,K
Books
F
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/03/17
02/03/17
S
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/04/17
02/04/17
SU
09:00AM
03:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/05/17
02/05/17
Building Resilience (1) This course provides students with practical strategies for developing resilience when working in high-threat environments, such as humanitarian, aid, or diplomatic work. Students look at the neurobiological effect of stress on human physiology; explore how to enhance their stress and self-management skills; and learn new practical methods to improve their ability to mitigate stress. Students can put these skills to use during their continued education to improve performance and interactions, establish their own sustainability habits, create a resilient base for their careers, and bring an intrapreneurial mindset to the organizations they join.
OPEN
006
Data Analytics for Fin Inclusn
01.00
Menajovsky,J
Books
F
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/10/17
02/10/17
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/11/17
02/12/17
Data Analytics for Financial Inclusion (1) This course focuses on the development of skills to analyze data and support decision making in financial inclusion programs using statistical software. Students are exposed to basic statistical concepts and applications through hands-on exercises on real data from a country representative survey that targets users and non-users of digital financial services in Kenya. Additionally, students are exposed to socio-economic and poverty indicators that are widely used by global NGOs, microfinance institutions, social businesses and the multilateral development banks (MDBs).
(Meets with SIS 730 206)
OPEN
007
Sustainable Peacebuilding
01.00
Lynne,J
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/11/17
02/12/17
Sustainable Peacebuilding: Using Social Enterprise for Social Change (1) This course explores opportunities for social change, development, and peacebuilding using social enterprise models. Using case studies and real world experiences to examine different ways social enterprise can work inside and outside the existing humanitarian and development frameworks, students gain working knowledge of why and how social enterprises can effectively impact development through interactive exercises, and individual and group work. Students develop skills for employing social enterprises, understanding the when, why, where, and who, and impact in a creative, lively, and collaborative environment.
(Meets with SIS 730 207)
OPEN
008
Art and Post-War Healing
01.00
Gregorian,H
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/18/17
02/19/17
Art and Post-War Healing (1) The humanities are a rich, if an inexplicably muted color in the peacebuilding palette. Revealing a traumatic experience induces feelings of shame as well as a threat to self-survival. This course examines forms of self-expression that can help to restore self-stability and proceeds on the assumption that individual healing is one good path to community recovery and resilience. Students are exposed to various arts-based healing techniques and learn about the current practices in the use of the arts for post-conflict healing, as well as the effects of traumatic events on the body and mind and strategies for practitioner self-care.
(Meets with SIS 730 208)
CLOSED
009
Policy Briefing
01.00
Schmall,C
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/25/17
02/26/17
Policy Briefing (1) This course gives students the tools and confidence to handle a briefing at any level in the policy world with a combination of presentations and group discussion on the art of proper preparation, real-life examples of policy briefings, and challenging practical exercises. Students learn how to develop and present a relevant, tailored, and effective briefing by crafting the briefing to account for the policymaker's level of knowledge, biases, and needs; understanding an issue's place in the policy process and how that impacts the presentation; utilizing graphics to make the complex easy to understand; writing talking points to guide the briefing; being flexible; and dealing with demanding or hostile audiences.
(Meets with SIS 730 209)
OPEN
010
Accounting for Develop Pract
01.00
Robilliard,M
Books
F
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/24/17
02/24/17
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/25/17
02/26/17
Accounting Comes Alive for Development Practitioners (1) This course looks at the principles of accounting, finance, and business and their application to the development environment. Using the graphical Color Accounting learning system, the course establishes a logical and linguistic foundation for accounting. With a solid reporting framework in place, case studies of real business situations are examined. Students learn to use balance sheets, income statements and cash flow statements to analyze the performance of reporting entities. The challenges of financial management and control are explored, along with practices for auditing and mitigating those challenges. The key issues of generally-accepted accounting practice are covered, along with abuses thereof so that the students can test the veracity of information they receive.
(Meets with SIS 730 210)
OPEN
011
Strategic Planning
01.00
Meade,E
Books
F
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
03/03/17
03/03/17
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
03/04/17
03/05/17
Strategic Planning (1) This course prepares students to work with organizations in need of strategic planning. The course gives students basic tools to help organizations find their way. Students learn to detect mission drift, map their ecosystem, construct a theory of change, diagnose sustainability, and more. These key skills are applicable to government entities and NGOs, to large and small organizations. The course is taught via case studies and simulations based on actual recent strategic planning projects.
(Meets with SIS 730 211)
OPEN
012
Analytic Writing
01.00
Armstrong,F
Books
F
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
03/24/17
03/24/17
S
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
03/25/17
03/25/17
SU
09:00AM
03:00PM
TBA
TBA
03/26/17
03/26/17
Analytic Writing (1) This course introduces students to analytic writing as it is used in intelligence, policy, and nonprofit work. Policy-focused careers in Washington, DC often require familiarity with concise, direct, and terse prose that puts the bottom line up front. Through a series of conversations and exercises, students learn to present their ideas in a writing style recognized by the policy community.
(Meets with SIS 730 212)
OPEN
013
Understanding the Military
01.00
Bensahel,N
Books
SSU
08:30AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
04/01/17
04/02/17
Understanding the Military (1) What could be called "A Field Guide to Silver Eagles and Trained SEALs," this course is designed to familiarize students with the structure, processes, jargon and culture of the US Defense Department and the different Services (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines). The objective is that students will leave the course better able to work with military personnel in their future assignments, whether as government employees, academics, policy analysts, or representatives of NGOs or IOs. The course methodology focuses on lecture and discussion, with outside video and guest speakers to expand on concepts. In addition to assigned readings and classroom participation, each student writes and presents a short analysis of an outside work that illustrates the ideas covered in the course.
(Meets with SIS 730 213)
CANCELLED
014
Driving Change Within an Org
01.00
Londono Villa,R
Books
F
06:00PM
08:30PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
S
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
SU
09:00AM
03:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Driving Change from within an Organization (1) The role of innovators within large organizations, the dynamics of how they drive change from positions in the middle or margins of their organization, find resources, win hearts and minds of their supporters, overcome resistance, and bounce-back from set-backs. This highly participative took-kit oriented course is based on research done by the League of Intrapreneurs.
OPEN
015
Devel Budget Models: Intl Prog
01.00
Dunsmore,L
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
04/01/17
04/02/17
Developing Budget Models for International Programs (1) This course presents a number of different funding models and provides students with the skills needed to construct a viable financial plan for developing an international program initiative. It includes how to construct financial models in support of an international educational initiative, how to build a budget model for an exchange program, dual/joint degree program, or study abroad models and leverage existing institutional resources in support of the initiative.
(Meets with SIS 730 215)
OPEN
016
Design for Development
01.00
Ragan,K
Books
F
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
03/03/17
03/03/17
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
03/04/17
03/05/17
Design for Development (1) Students learn how to apply design-thinking principles to a real-world development problem such as access to healthcare, financial exclusion, and economic inequality. The course includes an introductory workshop and special guest lectures from experts who use design-thinking principles to create user-centered processes, partnerships, approaches, and innovations that address critical development gaps in emerging markets. Students work in teams to research, prototype, and design a solution to a challenge and then pitch their innovation to a panel of judges who provide feedback.
(Meets with SIS 730 216)
OPEN
017
Smartphone Media Production
01.00
Engel,L
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/18/17
02/19/17
Smartphone Media Production (1) This course helps students self-document events, research, fieldwork, and other real-world encounters using nothing more than their smartphone. Students learn how to make best use of the tools they already have to preserve key audio and visual information, and how to turn that information into a compelling story for their project. The course discusses the basics of visual storytelling in photography and video, skill sets in creating compelling images and scenes, and the basics of editing. Students also add hardware and software to their smartphone and learn to work with small camcorders. Students need a fully-charged smartphone and a laptop, and are encouraged to also bring other cameras.
(Meets with SIS 730 217)
OPEN
018
Technology for Peacebuilding
01.00
Lopez,G
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
03/25/17
03/26/17
Applications of Technology for Peacebuilding (1) The advent of new and rapidly evolving technologies has fundamentally changed the capacity for processing and exchanging information in the twenty-first century. Citizens, NGOs, governments, and companies are just beginning to understand the potential that these tools and systems can have in analyzing and addressing a range of social problems. This course explores how technology is being used to foster learning and collaboration, transform conflicts, fight diseases, monitor elections, distribute food, design better economic development measures, and much more. It also considers some of the key challenges related to access, implementation, scale, and evaluation that working with technology presents. Through a hands-on and interactive learning approach that draws from a number of real world examples, students develop a practical set of strategies and skills that will prepare them to apply new technologies to social change work in a rapidly evolving landscape.
(Meets with SIS 730 218)
OPEN
019
Driving Change Within an Org
01.00
Londono Villa,R
Books
F
06:00PM
08:30PM
TBA
TBA
04/07/17
04/07/17
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
04/08/17
04/09/17
Driving Change from within an Organization (1) The role of innovators within large organizations, the dynamics of how they drive change from positions in the middle or margins of their organization, find resources, win hearts and minds of their supporters, overcome resistance, and bounce-back from set-backs. This highly participative took-kit oriented course is based on research done by the League of Intrapreneurs.
(Meets with SIS 730 214)
OPEN
020
Peacekeeping/Negotiatn: Africa
01.00
Feingold,R
Books
SSU
09:00AM
01:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/25/17
02/26/17
SSU
09:00AM
01:00PM
TBA
TBA
03/04/17
03/05/17
Peacekeeping and Negotiation in Africa (1) This course explores the post-1994 conflicts in the Great Lakes Regions of Africa from the perspective of the former U.S. Special Envoy to the region. Students learn about international conflict resolution efforts as well as the implications these activities have for the region, legal accountability, international peacekeeping, and the conduct of American foreign policy.
(Meets with SIS 730 220)
OPEN
101
Real World Strategic Planning
01.00
Meade,E
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Real World Strategic Planning (1) This course prepares students to work with organizations in need of strategic planning. The course gives students basic tools to help organizations find their way. Students learn to detect mission drift, map their ecosystem, construct a theory of change, diagnose sustainability, and more. These key skills are applicable to government entities and NGOs, to large and small organizations. The course is taught via case studies and simulations based on actual recent strategic planning projects. Restriction: International Relations (MA) or International Service (MIS): Online.
CANCELLED
102
Grant Writing
01.00
Reaud,B
Books
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Instructional Method: Online. Grant Writing: Proposal Writing and Funding Resources (1) This highly-interactive course introduces students to the how-tos of researching funding opportunities and grant writing. Students can use the techniques and methods they learn in this course to craft funding proposals for potential donors that are accurate, creative, and client-centered. Through readings, discussion, and team-based simulations, students learn how to compare and contrast different types of funding sources and acquisition mechanisms; analyze a USAID call for proposals and synthesize research to prepare an informed response; and apply best practices in proposal design and preparation. Restriction: International Relations (MA) or International Service (MIS): Online.
OPEN
103
Program Budgeting
01.00
Reaud,B
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Program Budgeting (1) While less than 1 percent of the U.S. federal budget is dedicated to foreign assistance, roughly 100 countries, or about half the number of countries globally, receive it. This course provides students with hands-on, interactive skills to analyze how U.S. foreign assistance works, how funds are requested and appropriated, the sectors that receive this assistance and the interaction of assistance and country-specific revenue generation. The course uses case studies, from the examination of agency budget requests and appropriations to country-specific case studies, to analyze and understand the fundamentals of U.S. foreign assistance. Restriction: International Relations (MA) or International Service (MIS): Online.
OPEN
104
Skills/Tech for Consulting
01.00
Fischer,S
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Skills and Techniques for Successful Consulting (1) This course equips students with skills and perspectives to make positive change from the vantage point of an outside consultant as well as from within organizations. Students learn the basics of consulting, from understanding the needs of clients and developing a scope of work, to building trust and credibility with clients and delivering recommendations that create impact. The course includes case studies, hands-on practice, and speakers who bring the tools and skills to life. Restriction: International Relations (MA) or International Service (MIS): Online.
OPEN
201
Program Dsgn, M&E, Learning
01.00
Roberts,C
Books
F
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/17/17
02/17/17
S
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/18/17
02/18/17
SU
09:00AM
03:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/19/17
02/19/17
Program Design, Monitoring and Evaluation and Learning (1) This course introduces methods and skills used in evaluating international development programs with a focus on planning and design. The course introduces students to the evaluation process and various evaluation designs, as well as methods for data collection and analysis. The course has a practical focus as it prepares students for performing work funded by international organizations, bilateral aid agencies, philanthropic foundations, or other global development donors. Students develop a broad understanding of program evaluation and how to apply tools and templates to monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) activities. The primary skills include how to develop a theory of change, a results framework, and learning plan; how to differentiate among the many approaches to evaluation, such as performance, impact, developmental, utilization-focused, etc., and develop an understanding regarding when and how each should be used; the ability to use information and communications technology (ICT) tools for surveys; and an understanding of approaches required to communicate results in an accessible manner. Meets with SIS-730 101.
(Meets with SIS 730 001)
CANCELLED
202
Crowdfunding
01.00
Tuomi,K
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Crowdfunding (1) Crowdfunding is a potentially groundbreaking way of financing and promoting ideas. Moreover, new forms, platforms and laws are being developed all the time. This skills institute covers the following topics: an overview of the crowdfunding world; a comparison of the different types of crowdfunding and the types of projects that each supports; a comparison of the main US platforms; as well as some of the niche ones (DC's equity eats, etc); the practical steps to a successful fundraising campaign; the tools to be a wise investor; and an analysis of what to do after a campaign either in the event of failure/success. Meets with SIS-730 002.
OPEN
203
Crowdfunding
01.00
Tuomi,K
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/21/17
01/22/17
Crowdfunding (1) Crowdfunding is a potentially groundbreaking way of financing and promoting ideas. Moreover, new forms, platforms and laws are being developed all the time. This skills institute covers the following topics: an overview of the crowdfunding world; a comparison of the different types of crowdfunding and the types of projects that each supports; a comparison of the main US platforms; as well as some of the niche ones (DC's equity eats, etc); the practical steps to a successful fundraising campaign; the tools to be a wise investor; and an analysis of what to do after a campaign either in the event of failure/success. Meets with SIS-730 002.
(Meets with SIS 730 002)
CLOSED
206
Data Analytics for Fin Inclusn
01.00
Menajovsky,J
Books
F
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/10/17
02/10/17
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/10/17
02/12/17
Data Analytics for Financial Inclusion (1) This course focuses on the development of skills to analyze data and support decision making in financial inclusion programs using statistical software. Students are exposed to basic statistical concepts and applications through hands-on exercises on real data from a country representative survey that targets users and non-users of digital financial services in Kenya. Additionally, students are exposed to socio-economic and poverty indicators that are widely used by global NGOs, microfinance institutions, social businesses and the multilateral development banks (MDBs). Meets with SIS-730 006.
(Meets with SIS 730 006)
OPEN
207
Sustainable Peacebuilding
01.00
Lynne,J
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/11/17
02/12/17
Sustainable Peacebuilding: Using Social Enterprise for Social Change (1) This course explores opportunities for social change, development, and peacebuilding using social enterprise models. Using case studies and real world experiences to examine different ways social enterprise can work inside and outside the existing humanitarian and development frameworks, students gain working knowledge of why and how social enterprises can effectively impact development through interactive exercises, and individual and group work. Students develop skills for employing social enterprises, understanding the when, why, where, and who, and impact in a creative, lively, and collaborative environment. Meets with SIS-730 007.
(Meets with SIS 730 007)
OPEN
208
Art and Post-War Healing
01.00
Gregorian,H
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/18/17
02/19/17
Art and Post-War Healing (1) The humanities are a rich, if an inexplicably muted color in the peacebuilding palette. Revealing a traumatic experience induces feelings of shame as well as a threat to self-survival. This course examines forms of self-expression that can help to restore self-stability and proceeds on the assumption that individual healing is one good path to community recovery and resilience. Students are exposed to various arts-based healing techniques and learn about the current practices in the use of the arts for post-conflict healing, as well as the effects of traumatic events on the body and mind and strategies for practitioner self-care.
(Meets with SIS 730 008)
CLOSED
209
Policy Briefing
01.00
Schmall,C
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/25/17
02/26/17
Policy Briefing (1) This course gives students the tools and confidence to handle a briefing at any level in the policy world with a combination of presentations and group discussion on the art of proper preparation, real-life examples of policy briefings, and challenging practical exercises. Students learn how to develop and present a relevant, tailored, and effective briefing by crafting the briefing to account for the policymaker's level of knowledge, biases, and needs; understanding an issue's place in the policy process and how that impacts the presentation; utilizing graphics to make the complex easy to understand; writing talking points to guide the briefing; being flexible; and dealing with demanding or hostile audiences.
(Meets with SIS 730 009)
OPEN
210
Accounting for Develop Pract
01.00
Robilliard,M
Books
F
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/24/17
02/24/17
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/25/17
02/26/17
Accounting Comes Alive for Development Practitioners (1) This course looks at the principles of accounting, finance, and business and their application to the development environment. Using the graphical Color Accounting learning system, the course establishes a logical and linguistic foundation for accounting. With a solid reporting framework in place, case studies of real business situations are examined. Students learn to use balance sheets, income statements and cash flow statements to analyze the performance of reporting entities. The challenges of financial management and control are explored, along with practices for auditing and mitigating those challenges. The key issues of generally-accepted accounting practice are covered, along with abuses thereof so that the students can test the veracity of information they receive. Meets with SIS-730 010.
(Meets with SIS 730 010)
OPEN
211
Strategic Planning
01.00
Meade,E
Books
F
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
03/03/17
03/03/17
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
03/04/17
03/05/17
Strategic Planning (1) This course prepares students to work with organizations in need of strategic planning. The course gives students basic tools to help organizations find their way. Students learn to detect mission drift, map their ecosystem, construct a theory of change, diagnose sustainability, and more. These key skills are applicable to government entities and NGOs, to large and small organizations. The course is taught via case studies and simulations based on actual recent strategic planning projects. Meets with SIS-730 011.
(Meets with SIS 730 011)
CLOSED
212
Analytic Writing
01.00
Armstrong,F
Books
F
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
03/24/17
03/24/17
S
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
03/25/17
03/25/17
SU
09:00AM
03:00PM
TBA
TBA
03/26/17
03/26/17
Analytic Writing (1) This course introduces students to analytic writing as it is used in intelligence, policy, and nonprofit work. Policy-focused careers in Washington, DC often require familiarity with concise, direct, and terse prose that puts the bottom line up front. Through a series of conversations and exercises, students learn to present their ideas in a writing style recognized by the policy community. Meets with SIS-730 012.
(Meets with SIS 730 012)
CLOSED
213
Understanding the Military
01.00
Bensahel,N
Books
SSU
08:30AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
04/01/17
04/02/17
Understanding the Military (1) What could be called "A Field Guide to Silver Eagles and Trained SEALs," this course is designed to familiarize students with the structure, processes, jargon and culture of the US Defense Department and the different Services (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines). The objective is that students will leave the course better able to work with military personnel in their future assignments, whether as government employees, academics, policy analysts, or representatives of NGOs or IOs. The course methodology focuses on lecture and discussion, with outside video and guest speakers to expand on concepts. In addition to assigned readings and classroom participation, each student writes and presents a short analysis of an outside work that illustrates the ideas covered in the course. Meets with SIS-730 013.
(Meets with SIS 730 013)
CLOSED
214
Driving Change Within an Org
01.00
Londono Villa,R
Books
F
06:00PM
08:30PM
TBA
TBA
04/07/17
04/07/17
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
04/08/17
04/09/17
Driving Change from within an Organization (1) The role of innovators within large organizations, the dynamics of how they drive change from positions in the middle or margins of their organization, find resources, win hearts and minds of their supporters, overcome resistance, and bounce-back from set-backs. This highly participative took-kit oriented course is based on research done by the League of Intrapreneurs. Meets with SIS-730 014.
(Meets with SIS 730 019)
OPEN
215
Devel Budget Models: Intl Prog
01.00
Dunsmore,L
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
04/01/17
04/02/17
Developing Budget Models for International Programs (1) This course presents a number of different funding models and provides students with the skills needed to construct a viable financial plan for developing an international program initiative. It includes how to construct financial models in support of an international educational initiative, how to build a budget model for an exchange program, dual/joint degree program, or study abroad models and leverage existing institutional resources in support of the initiative.
(Meets with SIS 730 015)
CLOSED
216
Design for Development
01.00
Ragan,K
Books
F
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
03/03/17
03/03/17
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
03/04/17
03/05/17
Design for Development (1) Students learn how to apply design-thinking principles to a real-world development problem such as access to healthcare, financial exclusion, and economic inequality. The course includes an introductory workshop and special guest lectures from experts who use design-thinking principles to create user-centered processes, partnerships, approaches, and innovations that address critical development gaps in emerging markets. Students work in teams to research, prototype, and design a solution to a challenge and then pitch their innovation to a panel of judges who provide feedback. Meets with SIS-730 016.
(Meets with SIS 730 016)
OPEN
217
Smartphone Media Production
01.00
Engel,L
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/18/17
02/19/17
Smartphone Media Production (1) This course helps students self-document events, research, fieldwork, and other real-world encounters using nothing more than their smartphone. Students learn how to make best use of the tools they already have to preserve key audio and visual information, and how to turn that information into a compelling story for their project. The course discusses the basics of visual storytelling in photography and video, skill sets in creating compelling images and scenes, and the basics of editing. Students also add hardware and software to their smartphone and learn to work with small camcorders. Students need a fully-charged smartphone and a laptop, and are encouraged to also bring other cameras. Meets with SIS-730 017.
(Meets with SIS 730 017)
CLOSED
218
Technology for Peacebuilding
01.00
Lopez,G
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
03/25/17
03/26/17
Applications of Technology for Peacebuilding (1) The advent of new and rapidly evolving technologies has fundamentally changed the capacity for processing and exchanging information in the twenty-first century. Citizens, NGOs, governments, and companies are just beginning to understand the potential that these tools and systems can have in analyzing and addressing a range of social problems. This course explores how technology is being used to foster learning and collaboration, transform conflicts, fight diseases, monitor elections, distribute food, design better economic development measures, and much more. It also considers some of the key challenges related to access, implementation, scale, and evaluation that working with technology presents. Through a hands-on and interactive learning approach that draws from a number of real world examples, students develop a practical set of strategies and skills that will prepare them to apply new technologies to social change work in a rapidly evolving landscape.
(Meets with SIS 730 018)
OPEN
220
Peacekeeping/Negotiatn: Africa
01.00
Feingold,R
Books
SSU
09:00AM
01:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/25/17
02/26/17
SSU
09:00AM
01:00PM
TBA
TBA
03/04/17
03/05/17
Peacekeeping and Negotiation in Africa (1) This course explores the post-1994 conflicts in the Great Lakes Regions of Africa from the perspective of the former U.S. Special Envoy to the region. Students learn about international conflict resolution efforts as well as the implications these activities have for the region, legal accountability, international peacekeeping, and the conduct of American foreign policy. Meets with SIS-730 020.
(Meets with SIS 730 020)
SIS-731
Economic Development
Prerequisite: ECON-603.
OPEN
001
03.00
Poole,J
Books
TH
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
OPEN
002
03.00
Poole,J
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
SIS-734
Int'l Peace & Confl Res Sem II
Restriction: International Peace and Conflict Resolution (MA) or Ethics, Peace, and Global Affairs (MA).
OPEN
001
03.00
Gregorian,H
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
OPEN
002
03.00
Alpher,D
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
OPEN
003
03.00
Eralp,D
Books
T
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
SIS-750
Res/Prof Meth in Int'l Affairs
OPEN
001
Proj Design, Monitoring & Eval
03.00
Heath,J
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Project Design, Monitoring, and Evaluation (3) This course helps students develop a thorough understanding of qualitative and basic quantitative tools and approaches to international program evaluation. With needs, priorities, and agendas contested across political scales and economic sectors, evaluation is not only a technically demanding exercise; it is an intensely political process. Students develop skills in understanding methodological as well as epistemological and ontological underpinnings of program evaluation and how these influence research design and data interpretation; designing research for evaluative purposes and critically assessing its validity, reliability, efficiency, and effectiveness; reading and coding data, developing report outlines, and presenting findings in appropriate formats. In addition to skill development, the course also challenges students in their roles as development practitioners to identify ethical dilemmas in the context of evaluation and to reflect on appropriate responses. The course includes brief lectures, in-class exercises, problem sets, a real world case study, and discussion in groups and plenary.
CLOSED
002
International Policy Analysis
03.00
Jain,A
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
International Policy Analysis (3) This course provides an introduction to the theory and practice of public policy analysis in international affairs, focusing on the methods used to analyze and evaluate policy, the various issues associated with policy formation, and the application of these methods to different policy areas.
OPEN
003
Political Risk Analysis
03.00
Richardson,J
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Political Risk Analysis (3) Political risk analysis techniques allow practitioners to gauge the political conditions that would be beneficial or harmful to investment and other activities. This methodology course covers approaches to political risk analysis and applications.
OPEN
004
Big Data & Text Mining
03.00
Cogburn,D
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Big Data and Text Mining in International Affairs Research (3) This course helps students understand the tools and techniques used in contemporary analysis of large-scale unstructured textual data with applications for international affairs and a range of social science research topics. While the concept of Big Data is relative, and how it is defined varies from field to field, text-based data is perhaps the largest single source of data available to the modern investigator. This includes numerous genres of textual data, from email archives, websites, twitter feeds and other social media, blog posts, speeches, annual reports, published articles, and much more. In the aggregate, these sources can easily run into thousands and thousands of discrete items. This form of Big Data is particularly challenging to the analyst using only traditional forms of content analysis. In this course, students learn techniques to help them begin to see the power of computational approaches to the large-scale analysis of unstructured text-based data. Essentially, this course helps to find the proverbial needle in the international affairs data haystack.
CANCELLED
005
Int'l Affairs Stats & Meth II
03.00
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
International Affairs Statistics and Methods II (3) This course is a continuation of SIS-600 International Affairs Statistics and Methods. It covers advanced topics in linear regression analysis and extensions of the classic linear model with a focus on the analysis of longitudinal and panel data. The course also introduces students to regression models for categorical and limited dependent variables. Prerequisite: SIS-600.
CANCELLED
006
Proj Design, Monitoring & Eval
03.00
Books
TH
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Project Design, Monitoring, and Evaluation (3) This course helps students develop a thorough understanding of qualitative and basic quantitative tools and approaches to international program evaluation. With needs, priorities, and agendas contested across political scales and economic sectors, evaluation is not only a technically demanding exercise; it is an intensely political process. Students develop skills in understanding methodological as well as epistemological and ontological underpinnings of program evaluation and how these influence research design and data interpretation; designing research for evaluative purposes and critically assessing its validity, reliability, efficiency, and effectiveness; reading and coding data, developing report outlines, and presenting findings in appropriate formats. In addition to skill development, the course also challenges students in their roles as development practitioners to identify ethical dilemmas in the context of evaluation and to reflect on appropriate responses. The course includes brief lectures, in-class exercises, problem sets, a real world case study, and discussion in groups and plenary.
CANCELLED
009
Qual Methods & Methodology
03.00
Hardig,C
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Qualitative Methods and Methodology (3) This course examines three leading qualitative approaches to the production of knowledge about world politics: comparative case studies, participant observation, and the analysis of social networks. It considers theoretical and application issues, as well as reading and discussing exemplary work in each of these different approaches. The course provides students with a "toolkit" for the analysis of questions and issues not amenable to quantification.
CANCELLED
010
Proj Design, Monitoring & Eval
03.00
Books
TH
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Project Design, Monitoring, and Evaluation (3) This course helps students develop a thorough understanding of qualitative and basic quantitative tools and approaches to international program evaluation. With needs, priorities, and agendas contested across political scales and economic sectors, evaluation is not only a technically demanding exercise; it is an intensely political process. Students develop skills in understanding methodological as well as epistemological and ontological underpinnings of program evaluation and how these influence research design and data interpretation; designing research for evaluative purposes and critically assessing its validity, reliability, efficiency, and effectiveness; reading and coding data, developing report outlines, and presenting findings in appropriate formats. In addition to skill development, the course also challenges students in their roles as development practitioners to identify ethical dilemmas in the context of evaluation and to reflect on appropriate responses. The course includes brief lectures, in-class exercises, problem sets, a real world case study, and discussion in groups and plenary.
OPEN
101
Proj Design, Monitoring & Eval
03.00
Jantzi,T
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Project Design, Monitoring, and Evaluation (3) This course helps students develop a thorough understanding of qualitative and basic quantitative tools and approaches to international program evaluation. With needs, priorities, and agendas contested across political scales and economic sectors, evaluation is not only a technically demanding exercise; it is an intensely political process. Students develop skills in understanding methodological as well as epistemological and ontological underpinnings of program evaluation and how these influence research design and data interpretation; designing research for evaluative purposes and critically assessing its validity, reliability, efficiency, and effectiveness; reading and coding data, developing report outlines, and presenting findings in appropriate formats. In addition to skill development, the course also challenges students in their roles as development practitioners to identify ethical dilemmas in the context of evaluation and to reflect on appropriate responses. The course includes brief lectures, in-class exercises, problem sets, a real world case study, and discussion in groups and plenary. Restriction: International Relations (MA) or International Service (MIS): Online. Meets with SIS-750 102.
(Meets with SIS 750 102)
CLOSED
102
Proj Design, Monitoring & Eval
03.00
Jantzi,T
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Project Design, Monitoring, and Evaluation (3) This course helps students develop a thorough understanding of qualitative and basic quantitative tools and approaches to international program evaluation. With needs, priorities, and agendas contested across political scales and economic sectors, evaluation is not only a technically demanding exercise; it is an intensely political process. Students develop skills in understanding methodological as well as epistemological and ontological underpinnings of program evaluation and how these influence research design and data interpretation; designing research for evaluative purposes and critically assessing its validity, reliability, efficiency, and effectiveness; reading and coding data, developing report outlines, and presenting findings in appropriate formats. In addition to skill development, the course also challenges students in their roles as development practitioners to identify ethical dilemmas in the context of evaluation and to reflect on appropriate responses. The course includes brief lectures, in-class exercises, problem sets, a real world case study, and discussion in groups and plenary. Meets with SIS-750 101.
(Meets with SIS 750 101)
SIS-751
Int'l Political Economy
Prerequisite: SIS-616.
OPEN
001
03.00
Liou,Y
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
SIS-770
AU-Pontificia Univ Javeriana
Permission: SIS Program Development Office.
OPEN
001
01.00-12.00
Books
SIS-771
AU-Koc University, Turkey
Permission: SIS Program Development Office.
OPEN
001
01.00-12.00
Books
SIS-774
AU-St.Petersburg Univ, Russia
Permission: SIS Program Development Office.
OPEN
001
01.00-12.00
Books
SIS-775
AU-Norwegian Univ of Life Sci
Permission: SIS Program Development Office.
OPEN
001
01.00-12.00
Books
SIS-776
AU-Freie Universitat, Berlin
Permission: SIS Program Development Office.
OPEN
001
01.00-12.00
Books
SIS-779
AU-Peking University, Beijing
Permission: SIS Program Development Office.
OPEN
001
01.00-12.00
Books
SIS-780
Master's International
Permission: SIS Graduate Advising Office.
OPEN
001
01.00-06.00
Shinko,R
Books
SIS-782
AU-Graduate Institute, Geneva
Permission: SIS Office of International Programs.
OPEN
002
01.00-12.00
Books
SIS-793
Practicum in Int'l Affairs
Permission: SIS Graduate Advising Office.
OPEN
001
Climate Change Communication
03.00
Shapiro,J
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Climate Change Communication (3) This practicum focuses on climate change communication. Students work in teams with several partners including filmmakers reaching audiences in Taiwan and Washington, DC-based environmental NGOs reaching the American public to create content and message plans for a range of audiences.
(Meets with SIS 793 201)
CANCELLED
002
Activism Through Design
03.00
Kiechel,V
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Activism through Design (3) This local-scale design practicum focuses on creating a design process and product concept for sustainable, affordable housing, for local to global application.
OPEN
003
Institutional Culture Change
03.00
Morukian,M
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Affecting Institutional Culture Change for Intercultural Competence (3) Through this course student have opportunities to consult with diverse organizations seeking to implement significant cultural transformation in order to accommodate the needs and expectations of an increasingly diverse and multicultural workforce, customer base, and social and political climate. Students are exposed to concepts of organizational culture change management and organizational behavior change. They link these concepts to skills for building culturally competent and inclusive institutional cultures, both domestic and global. Students develop practical skills in service as professional consultants to organizations facing diverse challenges with their institutional cultures, including conducting organizational assessments, developing strategic communication plans, designing training programs for cultural competence, and evaluating culture change efforts.
OPEN
004
Global Health: Family Planning
03.00
Robinson,R
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Global Health: Family Planning (3) In this practicum students partner with Avenir Health to help develop tools to inform strategic policy and programmatic decision making related to family planning. Avenir Health provides technical assistance to governments and NGOs around the world in policy, planning, resource allocation and evaluation in the areas of HIV/AIDS, reproductive health, and maternal health. The Track20 Project implemented by Avenir Health monitors progress towards achieving the goals of the global FP2020 initiative (an additional 120 million modern contraceptive users between 2012 and 2020 in the world's 69 poorest countries).
OPEN
005
Intelligence Analysis
03.00
Deni,J
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Intelligence Analysis (3) The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) provides intelligence to the U.S. military and defense policymakers. This project seeks to fill a specific requirement in the DIA for information related to second and third order effects of the Syrian civil war. Students collectively research and write a substantial research report and an executive summary that describe and explain mechanisms the Lebanese government and the international community could employ to address the many economic, military, and political challenges facing Lebanon. The report includes recommendations on a variety of subtopics, such as the Lebanese military, politics and governance, economic policy, and counter-extremism. Students also deliver an oral presentation on their research and recommendations to officials from the DIA.
OPEN
006
Intelligence Analysis
03.00
Peritz,A
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Intelligence Analysis (3) The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) provides intelligence to the U.S. military and defense policymakers. This project seeks to fill a specific requirement in the DIA for information related to second and third order effects of the Syrian civil war. Students collectively research and write a substantial research report and an executive summary that describe and explain mechanisms the Lebanese government and the international community could employ to address the many economic, military, and political challenges facing Lebanon. The report includes recommendations on a variety of subtopics, such as the Lebanese military, politics and governance, economic policy, and counter-extremism. Students also deliver an oral presentation on their research and recommendations to officials from the DIA.
OPEN
007
Dangerous Decline of Democracy
03.00
Shelton-Colby,S
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
The Dangerous Decline of Democracy: What the U.S. Government Should Do (3) For over ten years, democracy has been rolling back all around the world. Not a single region of the world has remained untouched and even nations that had been held up as democratic models have regressed. In many countries populist and far-right parties with little commitment to civil liberties and democratic norms are gaining in popularity. Some authoritarian governments have witnessed growing clout and, some scholars argue, are even cooperating directly with each other to thwart democracy's progress. In many countries the middle class, long considered the linchpin to successful democratization, has turned against democracy. This practicum explores why the decline of democracy is happening, and develops recommendations as to what the U.S. government can do about it.
OPEN
008
Cent America Sec Challenges
03.00
Armstrong,F
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Central America Security Challenges and Opportunities (3) This practicum identifies, analyzes, and prioritizes the options that the incoming U.S. administration and Congress will have in dealing with Central America's pressing issues, which have profound implications for the United States including security, migration, stability, and quality of democracy.
OPEN
009
Conflict Transform & Peacebldg
03.00
Gregorian,H
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Conflict Transformation and Peacebuilding (3) This practicum increases familiarity with the practice of contemporary peacebuilding; specifically, on rebuilding, or building, social and political infrastructure in fragile and conflict prone states and communities. Students work with international non-governmental organizations, such as Partners Global and RESOLVE; civil society organizations, such as the Washington, DC-based Alliance of Concerned Men; government agencies, such as the U. S. Department of State; and for-profit clients such as Creative Associates International. Topics include civil society building, empowerment of youth and women, economic and political governance, rule of law, human rights, and countering violent extremism.
OPEN
010
Ldrshp/Mgmt of Peacebldg NGOs
03.00
Dambach,C
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Leadership and Management of Peacebuilding NGOs (3) This practicum focuses on key aspects of peacebuilding organizations, specifically on leadership, organization development and program strategies, staffing structures, financing and governance. Students work with international non-governmental organizations, such as the Alliance for Peacebuilding, Institute for Economics and Peace, and USAID prime contract agencies such as MSI and Creative Associates. Topics include strategic planning, budgeting, leadership concepts, and evaluation applied to peacebuilding organizations.
CANCELLED
011
Peace Crps: Bringng World Home
03.00
Wand,P
Books
W
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Peace Corps: Bringing the World Back Home (3) Three goals guide the Peace Corps: the first two, assist countries in meeting their needs for trained workers, and promote better understanding of Americans by the people served, are addressed in selecting, training, assigning, and supporting volunteers in host countries. The third goal, bring the world back home, has proven to be far more elusive. Consultancies in this practicum focus on aspects of third goal effectiveness and opportunities within the post-Peace Corps experience. Students work with the Peace Corps agency or the National Peace Corps Association (NPCA), which represents returned Peace Corps volunteers and the entire Peace Corps community. The course reviews the history of the Peace Corps and its diverse programs and examines the Peace Corps in the context of international development. The course is enriched by expert guest lecturers.
OPEN
012
U.S. Agricultural Policy
03.00
Graddy-Lovelace,T
Books
F
11:20AM
02:10PM
TBA
TBA
01/27/17
01/27/17
F
11:20AM
02:10PM
TBA
TBA
02/03/17
02/03/17
F
11:20AM
02:10PM
TBA
TBA
02/17/17
02/17/17
F
11:20AM
02:10PM
TBA
TBA
03/03/17
03/03/17
F
11:20AM
02:10PM
TBA
TBA
03/10/17
03/10/17
F
11:20AM
02:10PM
TBA
TBA
03/24/17
03/24/17
F
11:20AM
02:10PM
TBA
TBA
03/31/17
03/31/17
F
11:20AM
02:10PM
TBA
TBA
04/14/17
04/14/17
F
11:20AM
02:10PM
TBA
TBA
04/28/17
04/28/17
Instructional Method: Hybrid. U.S. Agricultural Policy (3) In this practicum, students partner with executive directors and community leaders of the Rural Coalition/Coalicion Rural and the National Family Farm Coalition to conduct original research on domestic and international impacts of U.S. agricultural trade policies (on small and medium scale growers in the U.S. and the trading partner countries). The course investigates social, economic, ecological, and political implications of the U.S. Farm Bill and agricultural trade agreements -- both on the domestic and international fronts. Students work with community partners and faculty leaders to design a series of interrelated original research projects, drawing on student's qualitative and quantitative research methods. There are three case studies: one looks at the impact of agricultural policy on farmworker labor conditions and migration; one analyzes civil rights lawsuits against the USDA and community mobilizations fighting discrimination in farm credit; and one gathers farmer responses to climate change and how certain agricultural practices are deemed 'climate smart' and why.
OPEN
013
Issues of Multinatl Enterprise
03.00
Bocskor,C
Books
T
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Issues of Multinational Enterprise (3) Students gain experience in the field of international business consulting by undertaking research projects for U.S. and foreign multinational enterprises, giving clients including Rosetta Stone, EchoStar (Dish Network), Freelusion, LLC, yummber, and LLC advice on real-life business and regulatory problems. The practicum emphasizes research, data presentation, and analytic skills, while teaching the students how to work together as a team. Students learn how to manage the clients' demands and expectations while working closely with high-level business executives who take a personal interest in the student's' growth and learning experiences. Students also learn new oral and written presentation skills to enhance their resumes.
OPEN
015
U.S. Policy toward Egypt
03.00
Aftandilian,G
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
U.S. Policy toward Egypt (3) The practicum examines the intricacies of U.S. policy toward Egypt and the dilemmas U.S. policymakers face as they try to balance often contradictory interests in the strategic, political, economic and human rights spheres. The end result of the course is a student-prepared, major policy paper that is presented and briefed to the course's client--a State Department official who is policymaker on Egyptian affairs.
OPEN
016
Social Enterprise
03.00
Sachs,N
Books
SU
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Social Enterprise (3) Students undertake projects that meet the Social Enterprise Practicum Guidelines. Note: For Social Enterprise (MA) students and other SIS master's students with a social enterprise concentration and/or have had significant experience working in social enterprise.
OPEN
017
Human Rights & Nat'l Security
03.00
Bachman,J
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Human Rights and National Security (3) Partnering with Airwars.org, students complete a comparative analysis of Russian and Coalition airstrikes in Syria. Working with an event-specific multimedia archive, students help to determine whether there are any identifiable variables which might explain key differences in reported civilian deaths and injuries resulting from each belligerent's actions.
OPEN
019
Wrld Bank Edu Proj in MidEast
03.00
Breeding,M
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Designing a World Bank Education Project in the Middle East (3) Working with a World Bank Education team on a project in the Middle East, students experience what it is like to address issues related to public service delivery in education from the perspective of a multilateral institution. Students work on the design and early implementation stages of a $400 million sector-wide World Bank operation. The proposed project covers six areas of education, including early childhood development, teacher professionalism, student assessment, workforce development, school governance and management, and information and communications technology (ICT) in education.
OPEN
101
Refugee Workforce Placement
03.00
Agarwal,S
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Refugee Workforce Placement (3) One of the greatest challenges in refugee resettlement is job acquisition, a key to economic stability as well as the self-esteem and respect that comes with being a contributing member of society. Without social and professional networks and English language skills, newly resettled refugees are particularly at a disadvantage in their job seeking efforts, even when they have considerable skills and credentials. HIAS is interested in finding ways to increase refugees' success in getting jobs by identifying innovative ways to connect the key stakeholders (refugees, employers and HIAS Jewish community affiliates) in ways that would boost refugee job acquisition. Restriction: International Relations (MA) or International Service (MIS): Online. Meets with SIS-793 103.
(Meets with SIS 793 103)
OPEN
102
Sec Sustnbl Gains/Afghanistan
03.00
Dalzell,S
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Securing Sustainable Gains in Afghanistan (3) Fifteen years after the start of Operation Enduring Freedom, the path to stability and development in Afghanistan remains elusive. One particular challenge is connecting ongoing efforts to build government security capacity to parallel efforts to develop governance, infrastructure, and social services from the local to national level. Students support the Commander's Initiative Group of the Special Operations Joint Task Force-Afghanistan (SOJTFA) by researching international and interagency programs in the country and analyze the effects of programs and their impact on U.S. efforts to promote security in the country. Restriction: International Relations (MA) or International Service (MIS): Online. Meets with SIS-793 104.
(Meets with SIS 793 104)
OPEN
103
Refugee Workforce Placement
03.00
Agarwal,S
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Refugee Workforce Placement (3) One of the greatest challenges in refugee resettlement is job acquisition, a key to economic stability as well as the self-esteem and respect that comes with being a contributing member of society. Without social and professional networks and English language skills, newly resettled refugees are particularly at a disadvantage in their job seeking efforts, even when they have considerable skills and credentials. HIAS is interested in finding ways to increase refugees' success in getting jobs by identifying innovative ways to connect the key stakeholders (refugees, employers and HIAS Jewish community affiliates) in ways that would boost refugee job acquisition. Meets with SIS-793 101.
(Meets with SIS 793 101)
OPEN
104
Sec Sustnbl Gains/Afghanistan
03.00
Dalzell,S
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Securing Sustainable Gains in Afghanistan (3) Fifteen years after the start of Operation Enduring Freedom, the path to stability and development in Afghanistan remains elusive. One particular challenge is connecting ongoing efforts to build government security capacity to parallel efforts to develop governance, infrastructure, and social services from the local to national level. Students support the Commander's Initiative Group of the Special Operations Joint Task Force-Afghanistan (SOJTFA) by researching international and interagency programs in the country and analyze the effects of programs and their impact on U.S. efforts to promote security in the country. Meets with SIS-793 102.
(Meets with SIS 793 102)
CLOSED
201
Climate Change Communication
03.00
Shapiro,J
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Climate Change Communication (3) This practicum focuses on climate change communication. Students work in teams with several partners including filmmakers reaching audiences in Taiwan and Washington, DC-based environmental NGOs reaching the American public to create content and message plans for a range of audiences. Meets with SIS-793 001.
(Meets with SIS 793 001)
SIS-794
Substantial Res Paper w/ Crswk
Permission: department.
CLOSED
001
ODA and Climate Change
03.00
Brunel,C
Books
SIS-795
Master's Research Requirement
Permission: department.
CLOSED
001
Asymmetric Negotiate & Terror
01.00-03.00
Wanis-St. John,A
Books
CLOSED
002
Trauma Recovery Dignity & Iden
01.00-03.00
Eralp,D
Books
CLOSED
003
State-Centric Usfp in SW Asia
01.00-03.00
Gargano,T
Books
CLOSED
004
Substantial Research Paper
01.00-03.00
Martin,G
Books
OPEN
005
Policing and Gentrification
01.00-03.00
Gregorian,H
Books
CLOSED
006
Thailand's Sufficiency Economy
01.00-03.00
Auerbach,A
Books
CLOSED
007
Challenges Facing Internationa
01.00-03.00
Gargano,T
Books
CLOSED
008
Latin America's Post-Cold War
01.00-03.00
Gargano,T
Books
CLOSED
009
Women in U.S Congress
01.00-03.00
Tama,J
Books
CLOSED
010
Domestic Factors
01.00-03.00
Belding,W
Books
CLOSED
011
Learning From the Past:
01.00-03.00
Gargano,T
Books
CLOSED
012
Theo. Approach to Just Peace
01.00-03.00
Wanis-St. John,A
Books
CLOSED
013
Sattellite Imagery & Negotiati
01.00-03.00
Wanis-St. John,A
Books
CLOSED
014
Economic Sanctions to DPRK
01.00-03.00
Zhao,Q
Books
CLOSED
015
Trace Decline of World Order
01.00-03.00
Banks,D
Books
CLOSED
016
Marginalized Pops/Empowerm
01.00-03.00
Matlon,J
Books
CLOSED
017
Climate Change & Afghan Econom
01.00-03.00
Brunel,C
Books
CLOSED
018
Japan, Demographics & Immigrat
01.00-03.00
Schiff,J
Books
CLOSED
019
Law Enforcement Diplomacy CVE
01.00-03.00
Martin,G
Books
CLOSED
020
Yazidiz,Challenges,Prospects
01.00-03.00
Bachman,J
Books
OPEN
021
Amer Civ Rhts Mvmt & Blk Liv
01.00-03.00
Gargano,T
Books
CLOSED
022
Nonviolent Statebuilding
01.00-03.00
Wien,B
Books
OPEN
023
Climate Change Impact Suppply
01.00-03.00
Gargano,T
Books
CLOSED
024
Social Media and New Diplomacy
01.00-03.00
Quainton,A
Books
OPEN
025
Substantial Research Paper
01.00-03.00
Gargano,T
Books
CLOSED
026
Security Wildlife Conv. Africa
01.00-03.00
Freeman,S
Books
CLOSED
027
Oceans in Climate Policy
01.00-03.00
Nicholson,S
Books
CLOSED
028
State & Defense: Diplom & Dev
01.00-03.00
Murray,S
Books
CLOSED
029
U.S. Sub-National Climate Pol
01.00-03.00
Nicholson,S
Books
CLOSED
030
Nationalism in Modern Ukraine
01.00-03.00
Darden,K
Books
OPEN
031
Politics of Exclusion
01.00-03.00
Darden,K
Books
CLOSED
032
Post-Genocide Rwanda
01.00-03.00
Smith,M
Books
CLOSED
033
Syria: the Forgotten Red Line
01.00-03.00
Tama,J
Books
CLOSED
034
The U.S. and Abe's New Army
01.00-03.00
Zhao,Q
Books
CLOSED
035
Bringing the World Back Home
01.00-03.00
Wand,P
Books
CLOSED
036
Conflict Response & Developmen
01.00-03.00
Lambright,G
Books
CLOSED
037
Gender-Based Violence: DRC
01.00-03.00
Bergoffen,D
Books
CLOSED
038
The Religion of Racial Justice
01.00-03.00
Mensah,S
Books
CLOSED
039
Brexit and Financial Services
01.00-03.00
Egan,M
Books
CLOSED
040
The 2015 Myanmar Ceasefire
01.00-03.00
Schneider,C
Books
CLOSED
041
Representation Male Refugees
01.00-03.00
Sajjad,T
Books
CLOSED
042
International Coercive Measure
01.00-03.00
Tankel,S
Books
CLOSED
043
Jokowi & Indonesia Foreign Pol
01.00-03.00
Heng-Blackburn,P
Books
CLOSED
044
US-Japan Alliance to China
01.00-03.00
Zhao,Q
Books
CLOSED
045
Austerity and the Arts
01.00-03.00
Varela,X
Books
CLOSED
046
Peace Corps: Third Goal
01.00-03.00
Wand,P
Books
CLOSED
047
Water Access Refugee Camp: Jor
01.00-03.00
Ranganathan,M
Books
CLOSED
048
Cuba After Raul: Now What?
01.00-03.00
Brenner,P
Books
CLOSED
049
Pakistan's Karakoram Highway
01.00-03.00
Eralp,D
Books
CLOSED
050
Externalities of Intolerance
01.00-03.00
Hardig,C
Books
CLOSED
051
Human Rights & Reconciliation
01.00-03.00
Gamaghelyan,P
Books
CLOSED
052
Okinawa Reversion Agreement
01.00-03.00
Murray,S
Books
CLOSED
053
Investor-State Arbitration
01.00-03.00
Kahler,M
Books
CLOSED
054
Best Practices in Global ETS
01.00-03.00
Brunel,C
Books
CLOSED
055
Invasives in Arctic Islands
01.00-03.00
Shapiro,J
Books
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
CLOSED
056
Recovering What Was Lost
01.00-03.00
Venturelli,S
Books
CLOSED
057
Chinese Direct Invest in Peru
01.00-03.00
Shapiro,J
Books
CLOSED
058
Counter-Globalization and Usfp
01.00-03.00
Tama,J
Books
CLOSED
059
Investor-State Dispute Settlem
01.00-03.00
Egan,M
Books
CLOSED
060
Assessing the Jihadist Threat
01.00-03.00
Quainton,A
Books
CLOSED
061
Waste Management in Benin
01.00-03.00
Diamond,A
Books
OPEN
062
S Korea Media & N Korea Defect
01.00-03.00
Taylor,A
Books
CLOSED
063
Women's Life Expectancy
01.00-03.00
Samarasinghe,V
Books
CLOSED
064
US-China Relations
01.00-03.00
Lee,J
Books
CLOSED
065
Youth & Development in Rwanda
01.00-03.00
Guyot-Diangone,J
Books
CLOSED
066
Why No IIO?
01.00-03.00
Bernhofen,D
Books
CLOSED
067
Memory of Lebanese Civil War
01.00-03.00
Smith,M
Books
CLOSED
068
International Uranium Trade
01.00-03.00
Benes,K
Books
OPEN
069
Nuclear Disarmament Debate
01.00-03.00
Atzili,B
Books
OPEN
070
US NUCLEAR MODERNIZATION
01.00-03.00
Weiner,S
Books
OPEN
071
Effects of Mexico City Policy
01.00-03.00
Metelits,C
Books
OPEN
072
Medieval Church As Int'l Org.
01.00-03.00
Banks,D
Books
OPEN
073
Neuropsych & Peacebuilding
01.00-03.00
Smith,M
Books
CANCELLED
074
Pltcs Water Access Rfugee Camp
01.00-03.00
Ranganathan,M
Books
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
OPEN
075
Comp Inst Change: Us & Nigeria
01.00-03.00
Nuamah,K
Books
OPEN
076
Japan: Insecurity & Migration
01.00-03.00
Sajjad,T
Books
OPEN
077
Zoning in
01.00-03.00
Ranganathan,M
Books
OPEN
079
Rel. Actors & Securitization
01.00-03.00
Shepler,S
Books
SIS-797
Master's Thesis Supervision
Permission: department. May be taken SP/UP only.
CLOSED
001
Case Study From Brazil
01.00-06.00
Heath,J
Books
CLOSED
002
Environment & Mileage Taxes
01.00-06.00
Brunel,C
Books
CLOSED
003
The Commodification of Nature
01.00-06.00
Wapner,P
Books
CLOSED
004
Iran's Policy Towards GCC
01.00-06.00
Spath,A
Books
CLOSED
005
Native Americans' Contemp Narr
01.00-06.00
Eralp,D
Books
OPEN
008
Unaccompanied Minors
01.00-06.00
Shepler,S
Books
SIS-803
Adv Seminar in Int'l Relations
Restriction: International Relations (PhD).
OPEN
001
03.00
Kahler,M
Books
T
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
SIS-804
Soc Theory Comp & Int'l Persp
Restriction: International Relations (PhD).
OPEN
001
03.00
Shepler,S
Books
TH
11:20AM
02:10PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
SIS-807
Qual Methods in Intl Relations
Restriction: PhD in International Relations.
OPEN
001
03.00
Gallaher,C
Books
T
11:20AM
02:10PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
SIS-890
Doctoral Independ Study in IR
Permission: instructor and PhD program director.
CLOSED
001
Political Violence
01.00-06.00
Young,J
Books
CLOSED
002
Critical Security
01.00-06.00
Persaud,R
Books
CLOSED
003
Nuclear Disarmament
01.00-06.00
Weiner,S
Books
SIS-896
Selected Topics:Non-Recurring
Restriction: PhD program.
OPEN
001
Security in Asia-Pacific Reg
03.00
Lee,J
Books
M
11:20AM
02:10PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Security in the Asia-Pacific Region (3) The focus of this course for doctoral students interested in deepening their knowledge of East Asian security issues is on conducting independent research on East Asian international relations, using various social science research methods. The course challenges students to evaluate some of the most prominent international relations (IR) concepts and theories against rich empirical evidence from East Asian security dynamics and history. In so doing, it introduces students to the new waves of research in the field. Permission: instructor.
SIS-898
Doctoral Continuing Enrollment
Restriction: PhD students. Permission: program director.
OPEN
001
01.00-09.00
Weiner,S
Books
SIS-899
Doctoral Dissertation
Grading: SP/UP only. Restriction: doctoral students who have advanced to candidacy. Permission: program director.
OPEN
001
01.00-09.00
Weiner,S
Books
OPEN
002
01.00-09.00
Gallaher,C
Books
OPEN
003
01.00-09.00
Silvia,S
Books
OPEN
004
01.00-09.00
Rudolph,C
Books
OPEN
005
01.00-09.00
Conca,K
Books
OPEN
006
01.00-09.00
Jackson,P
Books
OPEN
007
01.00-09.00
Broad,R
Books
OPEN
008
01.00-09.00
Schneider,C
Books
OPEN
009
01.00-09.00
Acharya,A
Books
OPEN
010
01.00-09.00
Abu-Nimer,M
Books
OPEN
011
01.00-09.00
Atzili,B
Books
OPEN
012
01.00-09.00
Darden,K
Books
OPEN
013
01.00-09.00
Robinson,R
Books