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Spring 2023 Other Courses of Interest for Global Studies MA Students*

*Course listing is merely a selection of those courses previously taken by Global Studies MA students or otherwise shared with our program as they may suit the interests of our MA students. This list is not meant to be exhaustive or otherwise imply these are the only acceptable elective courses.


GLBL 413: Socialist and Decolonial Ecologies, Tuesday-Thursday, 11:00am-12:15pm, GEC 1009, Dr. Mark Driscoll 

GLBL 490: Destruction and Reconstruction of Cities in an Age of Crisis, Tuesday-Thursday, 3:30-4:45pm, GEC 3024, Dr. Elena Trubina 

GLBL 710: Monitoring and Evaluation for Peacebuilding Interventions, Fridays, 12:20pm-3:20pm, GEC 3024, Zumrat Salmorbekova 

AAAD 403 – Race and Gender in the Atlantic World

AAAD 487- Intellectual Currents in African and African Diaspora Studies

AAAD 487- Class, Race, and Inequality in America

ANTH 446- Poverty, Inequality, and Health

ANTH 461- Colonialism and Post-colonialism: History and Anthropology

ANTH 711- Feminist Ethnography

ANTH 850- Engaging Ethnography

ASIA 469- Asian Economic Systems

ASIA 471- Gender and Sexuality in Middle Eastern Literature

ASIA 538- The Middle East and the West

ASIA 730- The East Asian Anthropocene: Culture, Climate, and Colonialism in Japan and China

PLAN 663- Diversity and Inequality in Cities

GEOG 423- Social Geography

GEOG 428- Global Cities: Space, Power, and Identity in the Built Environment

GEOG 435- Global Environmental Justice

GEOG 437- Social Vulnerability to Climate Change

GEOG 453- Political Geography

HIST 466- Modern European Intellectual History

HIST 580- International Relations and Public History

POLI 433- Politics of the European Union

POLI 434- Politics of Mexico

POLI 438- Democracy and International Institutions in an Undivided Europe

POLI 448- The Politics of Multilevel Governance

POLI 457- International Conflict Processes

POLI 459- Trans-Atlantic Security

POLI 630- Political Contestation in Europe

POLI 631- European Security: The Enlarging European Union and the Trans-Atlantic Relationship

POLI 731- The Politics of Development and Change