Graduate Subjects: Spring 2020

Subject number/name

Professor

Time/Place

17.000J/24.611J
Political Philosophy

Zacka

W 1:30-3:30
E53-438

17.006J/17.007J/24.237J/WGS.301J
Feminist Thought

Wood

M,W 2:30-4
14E-310

17.100J/14.781J/15.678J
Political Economy I: Theories of the State and the Economy

Berger & Piore

T 3-5
E62-550

17.198
Current Topics in Comparative Political Economy

Schneider & Thelen

W 3:30-5:30
E53-438

17.202
American Political Institutions

Caughey

R 11-1
E53-485

17.210
American Political Behavior II

Berinsky

T 1-3
E53-485

17.252/17.251
Congress and the American Political System I

Stewart

T,R 11-12:30
24-121

17.310J/IDS.412JJ/STS.482J
Science, Technology and Public Policy

Oye & Selin

M,W 1:30-3
E25-111
Rec: TBA

17.424
International Political Economy of Advanced Industrial Societies

Singer

M 9-11
E53-485

17.426
Empirical Methods in International Relations

Nielsen

T 11-1
E53-485

17.430
Research Seminar in International Relations

Oye

W 9-12
E51-390

17.446/17.445
International Relations Theory in the Cyber Age

Choucri

M 1-3
E53-485

17.482/17.483
US Military Power

Posen

T 1-3
E51-085
Rec-TBA

17.582
Civil War

Christia

T 3-5
E53-485

17.584
Civil-Military Relations
Petersen W 3:30-5:30
E53-485
17. 802
Quantitative Research Methods II: Causal Inference
Hidalgo T, R 9:30-11
E51-057
Rec: TBA
17.806
Quantitative Research Methods IV: Advanced Topics
Kim T, R 9:30-11
E53-438
Rec: TBA
17.962
Second Year Paper Workshop
Charnysh M 3-5
E53-485
17.S950
Religion and Politics
Christia R 3-5
E53-485
17.S951
Advanced Topics in Nuclear Proliferation and Strategy
Narang M 11-1
E53-485
17.S953
Formal Approaches to Political Institutions
Magazinnik W 9-11
E53-485
17.955
War and Identity in the Balkans
Petersen T 11-1
5-231