Graduate Subjects: Fall 2021

Subject number/name Professor Time/place
17.100
Political Economy I: Theories of the State and the Economy
Schneider W 1:30-3:30pm
E53-438

17.154
Varieties of Capitalism and Social Inequality

Thelen

R 3-5pm
E53-485

17.200
American Political Behavior I

Campbell

T 11-1pm
E51-385

17.416
Theoretical Models in International Relations and Comparative Politics

Nielsen

W 3:30-5:30pm
E53-485

17.418
Field Seminar in International Relations Theory
Narang & Fravel T 1-3pm
E53-485

17.448/17.447
Cybersecurity

Choucri

M 1-3pm
E53-485

17.472
International Conflict in the Gray Space Between War and Peace

Brenner

T 3-5pm
E51-385

17.480
Understanding Modern Military Operations

Cote

R 1-3pm
E40-496

17.488
Simulating Global Dynamics and War

Samuels & Heginbotham

M 2-5pm
E53-438

17.506
Ethnic Politics

Charnysh & Lieberman

T 3-5pm
E53-485

17.524
State, Society, and Political Behavior in Developing Contexts

Tsai

R 5-7pm
E51-390

17.588
Field Seminar in Comparative Politics

Lawson

M 5-7pm
E53-485

17.800
Quantitative Research Methods I: Regression

Yamamoto

M,W 9:30-11am
E51-372
Rec-TBA

17.804
Quantitative Research Methods III: Generalized Linear Models and Extensions

Kim

M,W 9:30-11am
E53-438
Rec-TBA

17.850
Political Science Scope and Methods

Caughey

R 9-11am
E53-485

17.S950
Asian Security

Narang

M 11-1pm
E53-438

17.S951
Political Economy of Security
Grinberg T 11-1pm
E53-485
17.S953
Formal Approaches to Political Institutions
Magazinnik M 11-1pm
E53-485