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Undergraduate Course Offerings for Fall/Winter 2017-18

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100-level courses

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeEnrol **Syllabus
POL101Y1YDemocracy, Dictatorship, War, and Peace: An IntroductionL0101Gilady,
Kingsbury
TBAM
12:00 -
2:00
XBC199Y1YFirst-Year Seminar: Ideologies and Social Movements in China's Modern TransformationL0351FalkenheimTBAT
3:00 -
5:00
SII199Y1YFirst-Year Seminar: Social Justice and the CityL0351EnrightTBAW
10:00 -
12:00
SII199Y1YFirst-Year Seminar: Utopias and DystopiasL0352CarensTBAM
2:00 -
4:00

200-level courses

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeEnrol **Syllabus
POL200Y1YPolitical Theory: Visions of the Just/Good SocietyL0101OrwinTBAR
2:00 -
4:00
POL200Y1YPolitical Theory: Visions of the Just/Good SocietyL5101BalotTBAW
6:00 -
8:00
POL201Y1YPolitics of Development: Issues and ControversiesL0101GnamoTBAT
2:00 -
4:00
POL203Y1YU.S. Government and PoliticsL5101HurlTBAW
6:00 -
8:00
POL207Y1YPolitics in EuropeL0101Arzheimer,
de Miguel Moyer
TBAM
12:00 -
2:00
POL208Y1YIntroduction to International RelationsL0101Campbell-Verduyn,
Gunitsky
TBAW
10:00 -
12:00
POL208Y1YIntroduction to International RelationsL5101Gunitsky,
Jurgensen
TBAT
5:00 -
7:00
POL214Y1YCanadian Government and PoliticsL0101Craft,
Wiseman
TBAM
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL215Y1YPolitics and Transformation of Asia-PacificL0101Bertrand,
Falkenheim
TBAT
10:00 -
12:00
POL224Y1YCanada in Comparative PerspectiveL5101RheaultTBAM
6:00 -
8:00
P

300-level courses

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeEnrol **Syllabus
POL301Y1YGovernment and Politics in AfricaL0101GnamoTBAM
4:00 -
6:00
P
JHP304Y1YUkraine: Politics, Economy and SocietyL0101MagocsiTBAT, R
10:00 -
11:00
P
POL312Y1YCanadian Foreign PolicyL0101KirtonTBAT
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL316Y1YContemporary Canadian FederalismL5101PondTBAR
6:00 -
8:00
P
POL320Y1YModern Political ThoughtL0101KingstonTBAW
12:00 -
2:00
P
POL326Y1YUnited States Foreign PolicyL0101JurgensenTBAM
12:00 -
2:00
P
POL328Y1YPolitics and Government in South AsiaL0101MuraliTBAR
2:00 -
4:00
P
POL330Y1YPolitics and MoralityL0101WilliamsTBAT
12:00 -
2:00
P
POL337Y1YThe Canadian ConstitutionL5101TBATBAT
6:00 -
8:00
P
POL340Y1YInternational LawL5101TBATBAM
6:00 -
8:00
P
POL345Y1YBecoming Israel: War, Peace, and the Politics of Israel's IdentityL0101AdlerTBAT
2:00 -
4:00
P
POL356Y1YCanadian Political PartiesL0101WisemanTBAT
4:00 -
6:00
P
JPR364Y1YReligion and PoliticsL0101MarshallTBAT
12:00 -
2:00
P*
POL380Y1YTopics in International Politics: International SecurityL0101GiladyTBAR
4:00 -
6;00
P
POL397Y1YResearch ParticipationL0101TBATBATBAE

400-level courses

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeEnrol **Syllabus
POL417Y1YGlobal South in International PoliticsL5101GnamoTBAT
6:00 -
8:00
P*
POL430Y1YComparative Studies in Jewish and Non-Jewish Political ThoughtL0101OrwinTBAT
4:00 -
7:00
P
JHP451Y1YThe People from NowhereL0101MagocsiTBAW
3:00 -
5:00
P*
JPF455Y1YCitiesL0101McCarneyTBAR
9:30 -
11:30
P
POL456Y1YThe G8, G20 and Global GovernanceL0101KirtonTBAR
10:00 -
12:00
P*
POL457Y1YMarkets, Justice and the Human GoodL0101CarensTBAT
2:00 -
4:00
P
POL478Y5YMoral Reason and Economic HistoryL0101DayTBAW
4:00 -
6:00
POL499Y1YSenior Thesis and Thesis SeminarL0101KingsburyTBAR
4:00 -
6:00
E

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

** P = Priority; E = Department's Permission; P* = Priority, with various capacity for the different enrolment controls.

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