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History-Political Science 225‑3  Comparative European Governments A survey of the historical and political development of and contemporary politics, institutions, and societies in the United Kingdom, France, and Germany. Offered every other fall

interpreted by the Supreme Court. Topics include legislative-executive relations, electoral politics, property rights and due process, the Bill of Rights, privacy rights, and wartime powers. Offered every other spring

233-3 World Politics An examination of the history and practice of international politics, looking at conceptual approaches, war and peace, institutions of global governance and cooperation, and the structure and functioning of the global political economy. Offered every other spring

335-3 The European Union An inquiry into the background, structure, and politics of the European Union, covering the history of European integration, its institutions, and the theory, practice, and problems of the contemporary EU. Offered every other fall

301-2-4  Special Readings and Topics in U.S. Studies Individual and structured readings or topics in political science. With the department chair’s permission, this course can be repeated once if the topics differ sufficiently. 302-2-4  Special Readings and Topics in NonU.S. Studies Individual and structured readings or topics in political science. With the department chair’s permission, this course can be repeated once if the topics differ sufficiently. 311‑3  Federal Indian Policy An examination of the U.S. government’s policies toward the native peoples of North America. Topics covered include warfare, education and civilization programs, land cessions, Indian citizenship, the debate over tribal citizenship, the debate over tribal sovereignty, and the special concerns of non-reservation Indians. 314‑3  U.S. Constitutional Law I An exploration of how the powers delegated and rights protected in the U.S. Constitution are interpreted by the Supreme Court. Topics include federalism, taxing and spending powers, commerce, criminal justice, freedom of expression, and freedom of religion. Offered every other spring. Offered every other spring 316-3 U.S. Constitutional Law II An exploration of how the powers delegated and rights protected in the U.S. Constitution are 140

342‑3  American Foreign Policy An examination of the origins, history, and practice of American foreign relations from the Revolution through today, with an emphasis on recurring themes as well as the tensions between ideals and pragmatism. Offered every other fall 352-3  U.S. Political Economy This course investigates political economy, the interplay of politics and economics, focusing on U.S. domestic policymaking. It explores the evolution, structure, and politics of U.S. policymaking in the context of the national and global political economy. Offered every other fall. 362-3  The Politics of China This is a survey of Chinese history and politics from the earliest dynasties through today, covering Chinese political, economic, and social development, Sino-American relations, and the political structures and issues in the contemporary People’s Republic of China. Not open to students who have already taken Hist 262. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Offered every other spring. 368-3  The Politics of India This is a survey of Indian history and politics from its archaeological prehistory through today, covering Indian political, economic, and social development, Indo-American relations, and the political structures and issues in the contemporary Republic of India. Not open to students who have already taken Hist 268. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Offered every other spring

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