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International Relations

  • IR 355L  The European Union (B)

    Description:
    This course focuses on the political, economic, and social trends affecting national and intra-regional developments within various countries, as well as on the institutions and processes of the European Union as an emerging supranational entity. Also covered: The European Union's external relations, with particular attention to US-European issues. IR 355L and POLSCI 355L are the same course.   More Info

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  • IR 376L  Religion and International Relations

    Description:
    The course seeks to acquaint students with the roles of religion in the interactions of states. These roles include the states' sense of self and "other," the construction and subversion of international norms, the shaping of human consciousness for domination (oppression) and liberation, and in the fashioning of visions and processes by which human communities have sought to journey from local to more universal associations. IR 376L and POLSCI 376L and RELSTY 376L are the same course.   More Info

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  • IR 499L  Seminar in International Relations (B)

    Description:
    A research seminar designed for two categories of students: a) political science majors with an interest and strong background in international relations; and b) students completing the International Relations Program (for whom the seminar will provide the context and guidance to carry out a "Senior Project" aimed at integrating their study of international relations). In either case, students spend most of their time researching, writing, and presenting a substantial paper. IR 499L and POLSCI 499L are the same course.   More Info

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