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Political Theory

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeSyllabus
POL2000Y1YCore Course: Comparative Studies in the History of Political ThoughtL0101Balot,
Orwin
SS 3130W
14:00 -
16:00
POL2019Y1FMoral Reason and Economic HistoryL0101DayKN 132T, W
16:00 -
18:00
POL2025H1FEnlightenment and its CriticsL0101OrwinAH 206T
16:00 -
19:00
POL2026H1FTopics in Political Thought I: Recent Works in Political TheoryL0101CarensAH 302T
14:00 -
16:00
POL2027H1SProblems in the Political Thought of the Socratic SchoolL0101BalotUC 148W
10:00 -
12:00
POL2027H1STopics in Political Thought II: Social JusticeL0101KohnLA 212T
10:00 -
12:00
POL2027H1STopics in Political Thought II: Plutarch's Political ThoughtL0201KingstonUC 65R
14:00 -
16:00
POL2028H1FApproaches to Political TheoryL0101CarensLA 340M
14:00 -
16:00
JPJ2029H1FReligion and the Liberal State: The Case of IslamL0101FadelLW P363T
10:30 -
12:20
POL2037Y1YPost-Modern and Contemporary ThoughtL0101CookEM 205M
10:00 -
12:00
POL2040H1SHorizons of Political ReflectionL0101BeinerLA 213F
10:00 -
12:00
JPR2058H1SPostsecular Political Thought: Religion, Radicalism and the Limits of LiberalismL0101MarshallJH 317T
16:00 -
18:00
POL2226H1FEthics and International RelationsL0101BertoldiUC 148R
12:00 -
14:00
POL2371H1SUrban Revolution: Contemporary Constellations of Spatial PoliticsL0101EnrightUC 148T
14:00 -
16:00
RLG3622H1SMaimonides and His Modern InterpretersL0101GreenUC B203M
14:00 -
16:00
RLG3622H1HAdvanced Topics in Judaism: MaimonidesL0101TBATBAR
14:00 -
16:00

Canadian Government

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeSyllabus
POL2100Y1YCore Course: Government of CanadaL0101Bashevkin,
Cochrane
UC 248T
14:00 -
16:00
POL2128H1FFederalism and Diversity in Canada (and beyond)L0101SchertzerLA 213W
12:00 -
14:00
POL2167H1FThe Politics of Immigration and Multiculturalism in CanadaL0101TolleySS 2123T
12:00 -
14:00
POL2314Y1YPublic, Private and the Liberal StateL0101VipondUC 255R
10:00 -
12:00
POL2316H1FWomen and PoliticsL0101BashevkinUC 148T
10:00 -
12:00

International Relations

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeSyllabus
JPJ2037H1FInternational Trade RegulationL0101TrebilcockFA 2T
14:00 -
16:00
JPJ2037H1HInternational Trade RegulationTBATBAT
2:00 -
4:00
JPJ2037H1YInternational Trade RegulationL0101TBATBAT
14:00 -
16:00
JPJ2046H1SLaw, Institutions and DevelopmentL0101Mota Prado,
Trebilcock
VC 101T
14:00 -
16:00
JPJ2048H1SInternational Human Rights LawL0101TBAJ 230T, R
9:00 -
10:30
POL2200Y1YCore Course: International PoliticsL0101Bernstein,
Gunitsky
SS 3130T
9:30 -
12:00
POL2205Y1YTopics in International Politics I: The Changing Face of Armed Conflict: From Interstate War to Asymmetric WarfareL0101GiladyUC 376W
12:00 -
14:00
POL2205H1FTopics in International Politics I: Peace-buildingL0101MatthewsLA 214T
12:00 -
14:00
POL2211H1FInternational Political Economy of FinanceL0101NorrlofLA 214T
16:00 -
18:00
POL2213H1SGlobal Environmental PoliticsL0101NevilleLA 214M
12:00 -
14:00
POL2216Y1YThe Military Instrument of Foreign PolicyL0101BraunTC 24M
10:00 -
12:00
POL2226H1FEthics and International RelationsL0101BertoldiUC 148R
12:00 -
14:00
POL2240H1FGeopolitics of CyberspaceL0101DeibertUC 67T
14:00 -
16:00
POL2256Y1YThe G8, G20 and Global GovernanceL0101KirtonTC 24R
10:00 -
12:00
POL2335H1SBusiness and Politics: Power in a Global WorldL0101RenckensUC 148T
12:00 -
14:00

Comparative Politics

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeSyllabus
JHP1289Y1YTwentieth Century UkraineL0101MagocsiUC 53W
15:00 -
17:00
POL2307H1SPolitical Economy of Technology: From the Auto-Industrial to the Information AgeL0101WolfeUC 67W
14:00 -
16:00
POL2314Y1YPublic, Private and the Liberal StateL0101VipondUC 255R
10:00 -
12:00
POL2316H1FWomen and PoliticsL0101BashevkinUC 148T
10:00 -
12:00
POL2318Y1YCore Course: Comparative Public PoliciesL0101Skogstad,
White
SS 3130M
14:00 -
16:00
JRA2321H1FTopics in Comparative Politics V: Welfare Capitalism in Western EuropeL5101BeltranUC 376R
18:00 -
20:00
JRA2321H1STopics in Comparative Politics V: Western and Central Europe in the 20th CenturyL0101HansenTC 24R
14:00 -
16:00
POL2321H1FTopics in Comparative Politics I: Poverty and PoliticsL0101WongLA 340M
10:00 -
12:00
POL2321H1STopics in Comparative Politics I: Politics of IdentityL0101JungUC 67T
12:00 -
14:00
POL2321H1FTopics in Comparative Politics I: Parties and Party Systems in Comparative PerspectiveL0201de Miguel MoyerUC 67T
12:00 -
14:00
POL2322H1STopics in Comparative Politics II: The Foundations of Political Economy: Theories of State and MarketL0201BreznitzUC 44R
10:00 -
12:00
POL2322H1STopics in Comparative Politics II: Globalization, Democracy and GrowthL0101MangerLA 340M
10:00 -
12:00
POL2322H1FTopics in Comparative Politics II: Natural Resources and InequalityL0101BertrandTC 24M
14:00 -
16:00
POL2326H1SDemocracy and DictatorshipL0101WayLA 214M
16:00 -
18:00
POL2335H1SBusiness and Politics: Power in a Global WorldL0101RenckensUC 148T
12:00 -
14:00
JRA2337H1FGovernment, Law and Politics in RussiaL0101SolomonUC 255W
12:00 -
14:00
POL2338H1FInnovation and GovernanceL0101BatheltUC 148T
16:00 -
18:00
POL2345H1SPolitics of Growth in Developing CountriesL0101MuraliTC 22R
14:00 -
16:00
POL2361H1SGlobalization and Indigenous PoliticsL0101KuokkanenTC 24R
12:00 -
14:00
POL2371H1SUrban Revolution: Contemporary Constellations of Spatial PoliticsL0101EnrightUC 148T
14:00 -
16:00
POL2372H1FThe Comparative Political Economy of Industrial SocietiesL0101HaddowUC 148R
14:00 -
16:00
POL2391H1STopics in Comparative Politics III: Asian Authoritarianism in Comparative PerspectiveL0201OngLA 340M
14:00 -
16:00
JRA2391H1STopics in Comparative Politics VI: The Politics of Immigration in Europe and North AmericaL0101HansenUC 65T
14:00 -
16:00
POL2391H1FTopics in Comparative Politics III: Political Foundations of Development: Elites, Revenue, Conflict and AidL5101PrichardLA 214M
17:00 -
19:00
POL2391H1STopics in Comparative Politics III: Democracy and Responsiveness in EuropeL0101DonnellyUC 148W
12:00 -
14:00
POL2392H1STopics in Comparative Politics IV: State and Society in Central Asia and AfghanistanL0201SchatzAH 304W
14:00 -
16:00
POL2700Y1YCore Course: Comparative PoliticsL0101Murali,
Vipond
SS 3130M
10:00 -
12:00

Development Studies

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeSyllabus
POL2321H1FTopics in Comparative Politics I: Parties and Party Systems in Comparative PerspectiveL0201de Miguel MoyerUC 67T
12:00 -
14:00
POL2321H1STopics in Comparative Politics I: Politics of IdentityL0101JungUC 67T
12:00 -
14:00
POL2321H1FTopics in Comparative Politics I: Poverty and PoliticsL0101WongLA 340M
10:00 -
12:00
POL2322H1STopics in Comparative Politics II: Globalization, Democracy and GrowthL0101MangerLA 340M
10:00 -
12:00
POL2322H1FTopics in Comparative Politics II: Natural Resources and InequalityL0101BertrandTC 24M
14:00 -
16:00
POL2322H1STopics in Comparative Politics II: The Foundations of Political Economy: Theories of State and MarketL0201BreznitzUC 44R
10:00 -
12:00
POL2326H1SDemocracy and DictatorshipL0101WayLA 214M
16:00 -
18:00
POL2345H1SPolitics of Growth in Developing CountriesL0101MuraliTC 22R
14:00 -
16:00
POL2361H1SGlobalization and Indigenous PoliticsL0101KuokkanenTC 24R
12:00 -
14:00
POL2391H1STopics in Comparative Politics III: Democracy and Responsiveness in EuropeL0101DonnellyUC 148W
12:00 -
14:00
POL2391H1STopics in Comparative Politics III: Asian Authoritarianism in Comparative PerspectiveL0201OngLA 340M
14:00 -
16:00
POL2391H1FTopics in Comparative Politics III: Political Foundations of Development: Elites, Revenue, Conflict and AidL5101PrichardLA 214M
17:00 -
19:00
POL2392H1STopics in Comparative Politics IV: State and Society in Central Asia and AfghanistanL0201SchatzAH 304W
14:00 -
16:00
POL2400H1FCore Course: Theories and Issues in the Politics of DevelopmentL0101TeichmanLA 214F
10:00 -
12:00
POL2408H1FThe Political Economy of International DevelopmentL0101SandbrookLA 340T
14:00 -
16:00

Public Policy

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeSyllabus
POL2167H1FThe Politics of Immigration and Multiculturalism in CanadaL0101TolleySS 2123T
12:00 -
14:00
POL2213H1SGlobal Environmental PoliticsL0101NevilleLA 214M
12:00 -
14:00
POL2307H1SPolitical Economy of Technology: From the Auto-Industrial to the Information AgeL0101WolfeUC 67W
14:00 -
16:00
POL2318Y1YCore Course: Comparative Public PoliciesL0101Skogstad,
White
SS 3130M
14:00 -
16:00
POL2338H1FInnovation and GovernanceL0101BatheltUC 148T
16:00 -
18:00
POL2376H1STopics in Public Policy: Narrative and PoliticsL0201BorinsLA 212W
12:00 -
14:00
POL2376H1STopics in Public Policy: Urban Policy and PolicymakingL0101HughesSS 1078T
12:00 -
14:00
HAD5011H1FCanada's Health System and Health Policy - Part ITBATBATBA
HAD5765H1SCase Studies in Health PolicyDeberTBATBA

Methods

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeSyllabus
POL2503H1FThinking Through Research DesignL0101NevitteUC 255W
10:00 -
12:00
POL2504H1FStatistics for Political ScientistsL0101ArigaSS 561R
10:00 -
12:00
POL2505H1SQualitative Methods in Political ResearchL5101MukherjeeSS 3130M
17:00 -
20:00
POL2578H1FTopics in Methods: Computational Text AnalysisL0101RheaultSS 561W
16:00 -
18:00
POL2810Y1YM.A. Research Seminar I: Exploring Political TransitionsL0101FalkenheimLA 212R
12:00 -
14:00
POL2811Y1YM.A. Research Seminar II: Exploring Political TransitionsL0101FalkenheimLA 340M
16:00 -
18:00
POL2812Y1YPhD Research DesignL0101Hoffmann,
Nevitte
TC 24T
12:00 -
14:00

* For an explanation of any course codes see Codes Used in Timetable Listings.

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