Summer Timetable

Undergraduate Course Offerings for Summer 2012

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200-level courses

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeEnrol **Syllabus
POL200Y1YPolitical Theory: Visions of the Just/Good SocietyL5101GrossBA 1130M, W
18:00 -
20:00
POL201Y1YPolitics of Development: Issues and ControversiesL0101LevinBT 101T
16:00 -
18:00
POL208Y1YIntroduction to International RelationsL0101HaineBA 1130T, R
14:00 -
16:00
POL214Y1YCanadian Government and PoliticsL5101DobersteinSS 2118T, R
18:00 -
20:00
POL215Y1YPolitics and Transformation of Asia-PacificL0101FalkenheimBA 1200M, W
10:00 -
12:00
POL242Y1YResearch Methods for SpecialistsL5101SealeyFE 36T, R
18:00 -
20:00

300-level courses

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeEnrol **Syllabus
POL300H1FTopics in Comparative Politics: Debating the Welfare StateL5101GordonSS 1073M, W
18:00 -
20:00
POL300H1STopics in Comparative Politics: Comparative Civil-Military RelationsL5101NasirzadehSS 1085M, W
18:00 -
20:00
POL300H1YTopics in Comparative Politics: Gender and Public Policy: Canadian and Comparative ApproachesL0101TungohanSS 1087W
12:00 -
14:00
JMC301Y1FState and Society in 20th Century ChinaL0101FalkenheimBA 1220M, T, W, R
14:00 -
16:00
POL301Y1YGovernment and Politics in AfricaL5101GnamoBA 1130T, R
18:00 -
20:00
POL305Y1YPolitics and Society in Latin AmericaL5101FonsecaBA 1200M, W
18:00 -
20:00
POL306H1SUrban Politics and Governance in CanadaL5101GibsonBA 1210M, W
18:00 -
20:00
POL320Y1YModern Political ThoughtL5101Banerjee,
Bercuson
LM 162M, W
18:00 -
20:00
POL321H1FEthnic Politics in Comparative PerspectiveL5101CavoukianAB 107M, W
18:00 -
20:00
POL326Y1FUnited States Foreign PolicyL0101JurgensenWI 1017M, T, W, R
12:00 -
14:00
P
POL351H1FGender, Politics, and Public Policy in Comparative PerspectiveL5101DokumaciBA 1220M, W
18:00 -
20:00
POL380H1FTopics in International Politics: Global SecurityL5101Greaves,
Zarnett
WI 523T, R
18:00 -
20:00
POL380H1STopics in International Politics: United Nations, Governance, and State-BuildingL5101SripatiBA 1200T, R
18:00 -
20:00
POL381H1FTopics in Political Theory: Tragedy: Approaches to Political TheoryL0101AtkisonWI 523M, W
16:00 -
18:00
POL381H1STopics in Political Theory: Politics and the Idea of HistoryL0101LaRoche,
Schwab-Pflug
SS 1069M, W
16:00 -
18:00
POL382H1FTopics in Canadian Politics: Canadian Diversity in Comparative PerspectiveL0101DuboisSS 1073T, R
16:00 -
18:00

400-level courses

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeEnrol **Syllabus
POL410H1STopics in Comparative Politics III: Peasants in the Global Political EconomyL0101GuthrieSS 2129M, W
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL417Y1YGlobal South in International PoliticsL0101GnamoSS 2129T, R
12:00 -
14:00
P
POL438H1FTopics in Comparative Politics I: Nations without States in Europe and North AmericaL0101JeramSS 2129M, W
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL482H1FThe Politics of Disease and EpidemicL0101HindmarchSS 2129T, R
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL487H1STopics in International Politics II: Human Rights and International RelationsL0101WongSS 2129T, R
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL495Y1FIndependent StudiesL0101TBATBATBAE
POL495Y1SIndependent StudiesL0101TBATBATBAE
POL495Y1YIndependent StudiesL0101TBATBATBAE
POL496H1FIndependent StudiesL0101TBATBATBAE
POL496H1SIndependent StudiesL0101TBATBATBAE
POL497H1FIndependent StudiesL0101TBATBATBAE
POL497H1SIndependent StudiesL0101TBATBATBAE

* 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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