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Summary

Summary of Concentrations

100: African Perspectives on Justice, Human Rights, and Renewal
(Identities and Interests, & Governance & Conflict)

114: Constitutional Interpretation
(Institutional Politics, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

115: American Political Institutions and Processes
(Institutional Politics, & Identities and Interests)

117: Contemporary Political Freedom
(Identities and Interests & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

118: Law and Politics
(Institutional Politics, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

121: Moral Questions and Political Choice
(Identities and Interests, & Governance and Conflict)

122: Government and Politics in Global Perspective
(Institutional Politics, & Governance and Conflict)

125: States and Markets
(Institutional Politics, & Political Economy)

155: Women, Power, and Political Systems
(Identities and Interests, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

160: Politics of the Muslim World
(Identities and Interests, & Governance and Conflict)

165: Environmental Conflicts in Latin America
(Identities and Interests, & Political Economy)

171: International Politics
(Political Economy, & Governance and Conflict)

191: Western Political Theory
(Political Economy, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

200: Democracy and Democratization
(Institutional Politics, & Governance and Conflict)

204: Dynamics of East Asian Regionalism
(Institutional Politics, & Political Economy)

205: State-Society Relations in the Modern Middle East
(Governance and Conflict& Identities and Interests)

207: The State and Violence
(Governance and Conflict, & Institutional Politics)

209: Contemporary United States-Latin American Relations
(Political Economy, & Governance and Conflict)

211: American Parties and Elections
(Institutional Politics, & Identities and Interests)

212: Several Sides of the Cold War
(Institutional Politics, & Governance and Conflict)

214: Voice, Participation, and Liberty
(Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

215: Political Participation in the U.S.
(Institutional Politics, & Identities and Interests)

216: Constitutional Law: Balance of Powers
(Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies & Institutional Politics)

218: U.S. Environmental Politics and Policy
(Institutional Politics)

219: Social Movements in Latin America
(Institutional Politics, & Identities and Interests)

220: Gender, War, and Peace
(Identities and Interests, & Governance and Conflict)

221: International Law
(Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies, & Governance and Conflict)

222: International Political Economy
(Political Economy, & Governance and Conflict)

224: Politics of International Trade
(Institutional Politics, & Political Economy)

225: International Security
(Governance and Conflict, & Institutional Politics)

226: Constitutional Rights and Criminal Justice
(Institutional Politics, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

227: Judicial Power and Economic Policy
(Institutional Politics, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

228: Constitutional Freedoms
(Institutional Politics, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

229: Race and Civil Rights in Constitutional Interpretation
(Identities and Interests, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

230: The U.S. Congress
(Institutional Politics, & Identities and Interests)

231: Leaders and Leadership
(Institutional Politics, & Identities and Interests)

232: The Politics of Post-Communism
(Institutional Politics, & Identities and Interests)

233: Chinese Political Economy
(Institutional Politics, & Political Economy)

235: Black Women in the Americas
(Identities and Interests, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

238: Sexuality Movements
(Identities and Interests, & Institutional Politics)

240: Political Psychology
(Institutional Politics, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

243: Politics and Literature
(Identities and Interests, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

244: Political Imagination
(Identities and Interests, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

245: Democracy in the State and in the Home
(Identities and Interests)

246: American Political Thought
(Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

247: Transition and Transformation in Southern Africa
(Political Economy, & Governance and Conflict)

248: The Arctic: Politics, Economics, Peoples
(Political Economy, & Governance and Conflict)

249: Politics of Latin America(until Fall 2009)
(Institutional Politics, & Political Economy)

249: Politics of Latin America (beginning Fall 2010)
(Institutional Politics, & Identities and Interests)

250: Politics of Third World Development
(Institutional Politics, & Political Economy)

252: Religion and Politics in the Middle East
(Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies, & Governance and Conflict)

253: U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East
(Political Economy, & Governance and Conflict)

254: Religion and Politics in South Asia
(Identities and Interests)

255: Sex Matters? U.S. Women and Politics
(Institutional Politics, & Identities and Interests)

257: African American Women’s History and Social Transformation
(Institutional Politics, & Identities and Interests)

258: Environmental Diplomacy
(Political Economy, & Governance and Conflict)

270: Human Rights in Comparative and International Perspective
(Institutional Politics, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

282: Rights and Identities
(Identities and Interests, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

290: Politics of Sub-Saharan Africa
(Institutional Politics, & Political Economy)

295: Reading Marx, Rethinking Marxisms
(Institutional Politics, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

296: Contract and Community
(Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies, & Governance and Conflict)

297: The Household and Political Theory
(Political Economy, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

298: Sexuality and the Politics of Difference
(Identities and Interests, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

305: Approaches to International Security
(Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies, & Governance and Conflict)

307: Historical Capitalism, Hegemonic Transitions
(Political Economy, & Governance and Conflict)

310: Public Opinion
(Identities and Interests, & Institutional Politics)

315: International Cooperation
(Political Economy, & Governance and Conflict)

320: Politics of Latin American Migrant Transnationalism
(Institutional Politics, & Identities and Interests)

325: Constitutional Rights and Social Change
(Institutional Politics, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

328: Representation in Theory and Practice
(Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

329: American Political Development
(Institutional Politics, & Political Economy)

329: Law, Gender, and Sexuality
(Identities and Interests, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

330: Courts as Institutions
(Institutional Politics, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

333: State Formation, State Development, State Collapse
(Institutional Politics, & Goverance and Conflict)

335: Democratic Transition
(Political Economy, & Governance and Conflict)

340: Democracy in South Africa
(Political Economy, & Institutional Politics)

344: Ethnicity and Conflict
(Identities and Interests, & Governance and Conflict)

345: NGOs and World Politics
(Identities and Interests, & Governance and Conflict)

346: Power and Protest
(Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies, & Governance and Conflict)

347: Gender and the State
(Identities and Interests, & Governance and Conflict)

348: Islam and Democracy
(Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies, & Governance and Conflict)

349: Indigenous Movements in Latin America
(Identities and Interests)

351: The Politics of Judicial Power
(Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies, & Institutional Politics)

376: National Identity and Foreign Policy
(Identities and Interests, & Governance and Conflict)

380: Climate Change and Public Policy
(Institutional Politics, & Political Economy)

389. Race and U.S. Women’s Movements
(Identities and Interests, & Institutional Politics)

390: Race and U.S. Women’s Movements
(Institutional Politics, & Identities and Interests)

394: Contemporary Liberalism and Democratic Action
(Political Economy, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

396: Poverty and Democracy
(Political Economy, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

423: Internships in Public Policy Research
(Institutional Politics)

s13: Immigration Reform
(Institutional Policies, & Identities and Interests)

s14: Gender and Tobacco
(Identities and Interests, & Political Economy)

s15: Unheard Voices and the Politics of Immigration
(Institutional Politics, & Identities and Interests)

s16: Arab and Iranian Film as Indicators of Social Change
(Identities and Interests, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

s17: Latin American Politics in Film
(Identities and Interests, & Governance and Conflict)

s18: Immigrant Rights, Theory, and Practice
(Identities and Interests, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

s19: Global and Local Political Economy of Food
(Political Economy)

s20: Spy Games: The Role of Espionage in International Affairs
(Institutional Politics, & Governance and Conflict)

s21: Politics and Community Service
(Institutional Politics)

s22: Religion and the American Constitution
(Institutional Politics, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

s22: Politics of Memory in Central and Eastern Europe
(Identities and Interests, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

s23: Simulating the Legislative Process
(Institutional Politics)

s24: Politics of Imagery in the Middle East
(Identities and Interests, & Governance and Conflict)

s27: Feminisms of the 1970s and 1980s
(Institutional Politics, & Identities and Interests)

s27: Political Conservation in Chile
(Institutional Politics, & Political Economy)

s28: International Law
(Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies, & Governance and Conflict)

s28: Sufi Saints and Muslim Missionaries
(Identities and Interests)

s29: Politics and the Essay
(Identities and Interests, & Philosophical, Literary and Legal Studies)

s32: Global Flows: Gender and Globalization
(Identities and Interests)


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