Graduate Subjects: Spring 2019

Subject number/name Professor Time/place
17.006J/17.007J/24.237J/WGS.301J
Feminist Thought
  M 7:00-10:00
Room 14E-310
17.100J/14.781J/15.678J
Political Economy I: Theories of the State and the Economy
Berger & Piore T 3:00-5:00
Room E51-385
17.262/17.261
Congress and the American Political System II

Stewart
W 3:00-5:00
Room E53-485
17.276
Public Opinion Research Training Lab
Berinsky

T 11:00-1:00
Room E53-485

17.310J/ESD.103J/STS.482J
Science, Technology, and Public Policy
Selin M,W 1:00-2:30
Room E25-111
rec-TBA
17.408
Chinese Foreign Policy
Fravel W 9:00-11:00
Room E53-485
17.424
International Political Economy of Advanced Industrial Societies
Singer M 9:00-11:00
Room E53-485
17.426
Empirical Methods in International Relations
Nielsen M 11:00-1:00
Room E53-485
17.448/17.447
Cybersecurity
Choucri M 1:00-3:00
Room E53-485
7.482/17.483
US Military Power

Posen

T 1:00-3:00
Room E51-085
rec-TBA

17.568
Comparative Politics and International Relations of the Middle East
Nielsen M 3:00-5:00
Room E53-485
17.582
Civil War
Petersen W 3:00-5:00
Room E53-438
17.802
Quantitive Research Methods II: Causal Inference
Hidalgo T, R 9:30-11:00
Room E51-361
rec-TBA
17.806
Quantitive Research Methods IV: Advanced Topics
Hidalgo M,W 1:30-3
Room E53-438
rec-tba
17.878
Qualitative Methods and Fieldwork
Lawson T 5:00-7:00
Room E51-385
17.962
Second Year Paper Workshop
Tsai R 11:00-1:00
Room E53-485
17.S950
South Asian Security
Narang T 11:00-1:00
Room E53-438
17.S951
Representation
Caughey T 1:00-3:00
Room E53-485