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Political Theory

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeEnrol **Syllabus
POL200Y1YPolitical Theory: Visions of the Just/Good SocietyL5101BalotAH 100W
18:00 -
20:00
POL200Y1YPolitical Theory: Visions of the Just/Good SocietyL0101OrwinBT 101R
14:00 -
16:00
POL320Y1YModern Political ThoughtL5101CarvounasBR 200W
18:00 -
20:00
P
JPP343H1FWomen in Western Political ThoughtL0101NedelskySS 2106R
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL355Y1YTopics in Classical Political Thought: Virtue and PoliticsL0101RabinowitzSS 2108W
16:00 -
18:00
P
POL373H1FEmotions in Political TheoryL0101KingstonUC 179T
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL402Y1SProblems in the Political Thought of the Socratic SchoolL0101OrwinNF 235T
16:00 -
20:00
P*
POL412H1FHuman Rights and International RelationsL0101WongSK 222W
16:00 -
18:00
P*
POL432H1SFeminist Theory: Challenges to Legal and Political ThoughtL0101NedelskyUC 248R
14:00 -
16:00
P*
JPD439Y1YPost-Modern and Contemporary ThoughtL0101CookEM 205M
10:00 -
12:00
P*
POL446H1S20th-Century Political ThoughtL0101KohnUC 55R
10:00 -
12:00
P*
POL457Y1YMarkets, Justice and the Human GoodL0101CarensUC 65T
14:00 -
16:00
P*
POL460H1SStudies in Modern Political TheoryL0101BalotUC 248W
10:00 -
12:00
P*
POL461H1FStudies in Civic RepublicanismL0101BalotUC 255W
10:00 -
12:00
P*
POL469H1FEthics and International RelationsL0101BertoldiUC 148R
12:00 -
2:00
P*
POL471H1SUrban Revolution: Contemporary Constellations of Spatial PoliticsL0101StrenOI 2281T
16:00 -
18:00
P*
POL484H1FTopics in Political Thought I: Recent Works in Political TheoryL0101CarensLA 340R
12:00 -
14:00
P*
POL485H1FTopics in Political Thought II: Plutarch's Political ThoughtL0101KingstonUC 257W
12:00 -
2:00
P*
POL485H1STopics in Political Thought II: Nietzsche's HeirsL0201BeinerLA 213F
10:00 -
12:00
P*

Canadian Government

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeEnrol **Syllabus
POL214Y1YCanadian Government and PoliticsL0101Craft,
Wiseman
AH 100M
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL224H1YCanada in Comparative PerspectiveL5101RheaultMS 3153T
18:00 -
20:00
P
POL312Y1YCanadian Foreign PolicyL0101KirtonGI TT
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL314H1FPublic Opinion and VotingL0101NevitteUC 163M
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL316Y1YContemporary Canadian FederalismL5101PondUC 179R
18:00 -
20:00
P
POL334H1SOntario and Quebec PoliticsL0101HaddowUC 179R
14:00 -
16:00
POL337Y1YThe Canadian ConstitutionL0101Hirschl,
McDougall
UC 161M
12:00 -
14:00
P
POL344H1SSocial Movements in Europe and North AmericaL0101BashevkinUC 163M
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL356H1FCanadian Political PartiesL0101WisemanSS 1072T
16:00 -
18:00
P
POL404Y1YPublic, Private and the Liberal StateL0101VipondUC 255R
10:00 -
12:00
P*
POL428H1FFederalism and Diversity in Canada (and beyond)L0101SchertzerLA 213W
12:00 -
14:00
P*
POL439H1FThe Canadian Welfare State in Comparative PerspectiveL0101HaddowUC 148R
14:00 -
16:00
P*
POL450H1FWomen and PoliticsL0101BashevkinUC 148M
10:00 -
12:00
P*
POL462H1SParties and Party Systems: A Canadian PerspectiveL5101CochraneUC 148T
18:00 -
20:00
P*
POL467H1SThe Politics of Immigration and Multiculturalism in CanadaL0101TolleyUC 248T
10:00 -
12:00
P*
POL473H1FAdvanced Environmental Politics and Policy in CanadaL0101OliveUC 67M
16:00 -
18:00
P*
POL474H1SPolitics and Policy AnalysisL0101CraftLA 340R
12:00 -
14:00
P*
POL484H1FTopics in Political Thought I: Recent Works in Political TheoryL0101CarensLA 340R
12:00 -
14:00
P*
POL490H1STopics in Canadian Politics I: Canada in Question: A Country Founded on Incomplete ConquestsL0101RussellTC 24R
16:00 -
18:00
P*
POL491H1FTopics in Canadian Politics II: Realignment and Dealignment in Canadian Electoral PoliticsL0101LeDucAH 204T
10:00 -
12:00
P*

International Relations

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeEnrol **Syllabus
POL208Y1YIntroduction to International RelationsL5101JurgensenAH 100M
18:00 -
20:00
POL208Y1YIntroduction to International RelationsL0101Jurgensen,
Wong
MS 2158W
10:00 -
12:00
POL312Y1YCanadian Foreign PolicyL0101KirtonGI TT
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL326Y1YUnited States Foreign PolicyL5101JurgensenUC 140T
18:00 -
20:00
P
POL340Y1YInternational LawL5101Kennedy,
Kolenda
UC 140R
18:00 -
20:00
P
POL345Y1YBecoming Israel: War, Peace, and the Politics of Israel's IdentityL0101AdlerUC 163W
14:00 -
17:00
P
POL370Y1YInternational Political EconomyL0101Carvalho,
Pauly
UC 163W
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL380Y1YTopics in International Politics: International SecurityL0101GiladyOI 4414R
16:00 -
18:00
P
POL412H1FHuman Rights and International RelationsL0101WongSK 222W
16:00 -
18:00
P*
POL413H1SGlobal Environmental PoliticsL0101HoffmannUC 148T
12:00 -
14:00
P*
POL456Y1YThe G8, G20 and Global GovernanceL0101KirtonTC 24R
10:00 -
12:00
P*
POL466H1STopics in International Politics III: International Relations of Ethnic ConflictL0101AhmadUC 148W
16:00 -
18:00
P*
POL469H1FEthics and International RelationsL0101BertoldiUC 148R
12:00 -
2:00
P*
POL477H1SAdvanced Topics in International Political Economy: Regionalism in a Small Power's Foreign Economic and Political Practice: Portugal's Experience with World Regions at Home and AbroadL0101ClarksonTBATBAE
POL481H1FGeopolitics of CyberspaceL0101DeibertUC 255T
14:00 -
16:00
P*
POL486Y1YTopics in International Politics I: The Changing Faces of Armed Conflict: From Interstate War to Asymmetric WarfareL0101GiladyUC 376W
12:00 -
14:00
P*
POL486H1STopics in International Politics I: Advanced Theory Workshop on Change in International RelationsL0101AdlerLA 340T
14:00 -
16:00
P*
POL486H1FTopics in International Politics I: Peace-buildingL0101MatthewsLA 213T
12:00 -
14:00
P*
POL487H1FTopics in International Politics II: The Dynamics of Global Regionalism in the International Political EconomyL0101ClarksonUC 248M
13:30 -
16:00
P*

Comparative Politics

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeEnrol **Syllabus
POL203Y1YU.S. Government and PoliticsL5101HurlMP 203W
18:00 -
20:00
POL207Y1YPolitics in EuropeL0101De Miguel MoyerAH 100M
12:00 -
14:00
POL215Y1YPolitics and Transformation of Asia-PacificL0101Bertrand,
Falkenheim
SS 2106T
10:00 -
12:00
POL224H1YCanada in Comparative PerspectiveL5101RheaultMS 3153T
18:00 -
20:00
P
POL300H1STopics in Comparative Politics: Issues in Contemporary GreeceL5101KotsovilisUC 179M
18:00 -
20:00
P
POL300H1FTopics in Comparative Politics: Judaism and PoliticsL0301WaldUC 161R
12:00 -
14:00
P
POL300H1FTopics in Comparative Politics: Asia and the Global EconomyL0101WongUC 179T
12:00 -
14:00
P
POL300H1FTopics in Comparative Politics: Protest, Politics, and Power: Reshaping Global Environmental Governance from the Ground UpL0201NevilleUC 179W
16:00 -
18:00
P
POL301Y1YGovernment and Politics in AfricaL0101Handley,
Prichard
UC 161W
14:00 -
16:00
P
JHP304Y1YUkraine: Politics, Economy and SocietyL0101BilenkyUC 87T, R
10:00 -
P
POL305Y1YPolitics and Society in Latin AmericaL0101KingsburyUC 179M
16:00 -
18:00
P
POL314H1FPublic Opinion and VotingL0101NevitteUC 163M
10:00 -
12:00
P
JPS315H1FSexual Diversity PoliticsL5101Pereira MarsiajUC 163R
18:00 -
20:00
P
POL317H1FComparative Public PolicyL0101DonnellyUC 179W
12:00 -
14:00
P
POL324H1SPolitics of Europe and The European UnionL5101BaglioniUC 179W
18:00 -
20:00
P
POL328H1YPolitics and Government in South AsiaL0101MuraliUC 179M
14:00 -
16:00
P
POL344H1SSocial Movements in Europe and North AmericaL0101BashevkinUC 163M
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL345Y1YBecoming Israel: War, Peace, and the Politics of Israel's IdentityL0101AdlerUC 163W
14:00 -
17:00
P
POL349H1FGlobal Urban PoliticsL0101EnrightUC 163R
12:00 -
14:00
P
POL354H1FPolitics and Society in RussiaL0101SchwartzUC 161R
14:00 -
16:00
P
POL359Y1YEnlarging Europe: The European Union and Its ApplicantsL0101AustinUC 163T
14:00 -
16:00
P
JPR364Y1YReligion and PoliticsL0101MarshallJH 100M
12:00 -
14:00
P*
POL370Y1YInternational Political EconomyL0101Carvalho,
Pauly
UC 163W
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL371H1SThe Spatial Construction of the Political EconomyL5101BatheltUC 161M
18:00 -
20:00
P
JRA401H1STopics in Comparative Politics V: Welfare Capitalism in Western EuropeL5101BeltranLA 214R
18:00 -
20:00
P*
JRA401H1FTopics in Comparative Politics V: West European PoliticsL5101BeltranUC 376R
18:00 -
20:00
P*
POL404Y1YPublic, Private and the Liberal StateL0101VipondUC 255R
10:00 -
12:00
P*
POL408H1FInnovation and GovernanceL0101BatheltUC 148T
16:00 -
18:00
P*
POL410H1STopics in Comparative Politics III: Democracy and Responsiveness in EuropeL0101DonnellyUC 148W
12:00 -
14:00
P*
POL410H1FTopics in Comparative Politics III: Political Foundations of Development: Elites, Revenue, Conflict and AidL5101PrichardLA 340M
17:00 -
19:00
P*
POL429H1FDemocracy and Ethnic ConflictL0101BertrandLA 213M
12:00 -
14:00
P*
JRA437H1FGovernment, Law and Politics in RussiaL0101SolomonUC 255W
12:00 -
14:00
P*
POL438H1STopics in Comparative Politics I: Business and PoliticsL0101RenckensUC 148W
10:00 -
12:00
P*
POL438H1STopics in Comparative Politics I: Parties in Comparative PerspectiveL0201De Miguel MoyerLA 214T
16:00 -
18:00
P*
POL439H1FThe Canadian Welfare State in Comparative PerspectiveL0101HaddowUC 148R
14:00 -
16:00
P*
POL442H1FTopics in Latin American Politics: Constitutionalism and Democracy in the AndesL0101Baglioni,
Bejarano
UC 65W
14:00 -
16:00
P*
POL443H1FTopics in Comparative Politics II: Race and ViolenceL0101FujiiUC 148W
16:00 -
18:00
P*
POL443H1STopics in Comparative Politics II: The Foundations of Political Economy: Theories of State and MarketL0101BreznitzUC 148R
10:00 -
12:00
P*
POL445H1SPolitics of Growth in Developing CountriesL0101MuraliTC 24R
14:00 -
16:00
P*
POL450H1FWomen and PoliticsL0101BashevkinUC 148M
10:00 -
12:00
P*
POL451H1SContentious Politics and Social MovementsL0101FuUC 248W
14:00 -
16:00
P*
POL454H1SInnovation and Knowledge Transfer in City RegionsL0101WolfeUC 148W
14:00 -
16:00
P*
JPF455Y1YCitiesL0101McCarneyAR 203R
9:30 -
11:30
P*
POL462H1SParties and Party Systems: A Canadian PerspectiveL5101CochraneUC 148T
18:00 -
20:00
P*
POL471H1SUrban Revolution: Contemporary Constellations of Spatial PoliticsL0101StrenOI 2281T
16:00 -
18:00
P*
POL474H1SPolitics and Policy AnalysisL0101CraftLA 340R
12:00 -
14:00
P*
POL477H1SAdvanced Topics in International Political Economy: Regionalism in a Small Power's Foreign Economic and Political Practice: Portugal's Experience with World Regions at Home and AbroadL0101ClarksonTBATBAE
POL482H1FThe Politics of Disease and EpidemicL0101HandleyUC 65W
12:00 -
14:00
P*
POL492H1STopics in Comparative Politics IV: Theories of Comparative PoliticsL0201NevitteUC 255W
10:00 -
12:00
P*
POL492H1STopics in Comparative Politics IV: State and Society in Central Asia and AfghanistanL0101SchatzUC 255W
14:00 -
16:00
P*

Development Studies

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeEnrol **Syllabus
POL201H1YPolitics of DevelopmentL0101GnamoHS 610T
14:00 -
16:00
POL215Y1YPolitics and Transformation of Asia-PacificL0101Bertrand,
Falkenheim
SS 2106T
10:00 -
12:00
POL300H1FTopics in Comparative Politics: Judaism and PoliticsL0301WaldUC 161R
12:00 -
14:00
P
POL300H1STopics in Comparative Politics: Issues in Contemporary GreeceL5101KotsovilisUC 179M
18:00 -
20:00
P
POL300H1FTopics in Comparative Politics: Asia and the Global EconomyL0101WongUC 179T
12:00 -
14:00
P
POL300H1FTopics in Comparative Politics: Protest, Politics, and Power: Reshaping Global Environmental Governance from the Ground UpL0201NevilleUC 179W
16:00 -
18:00
P
POL301Y1YGovernment and Politics in AfricaL0101Handley,
Prichard
UC 161W
14:00 -
16:00
P
POL305Y1YPolitics and Society in Latin AmericaL0101KingsburyUC 179M
16:00 -
18:00
P
POL317H1FComparative Public PolicyL0101DonnellyUC 179W
12:00 -
14:00
P
POL328H1YPolitics and Government in South AsiaL0101MuraliUC 179M
14:00 -
16:00
P
POL349H1FGlobal Urban PoliticsL0101EnrightUC 163R
12:00 -
14:00
P
JPR364Y1YReligion and PoliticsL0101MarshallJH 100M
12:00 -
14:00
P*
POL371H1SThe Spatial Construction of the Political EconomyL5101BatheltUC 161M
18:00 -
20:00
P
POL410H1FTopics in Comparative Politics III: Political Foundations of Development: Elites, Revenue, Conflict and AidL5101PrichardLA 340M
17:00 -
19:00
P*
POL410H1STopics in Comparative Politics III: Democracy and Responsiveness in EuropeL0101DonnellyUC 148W
12:00 -
14:00
P*
POL429H1FDemocracy and Ethnic ConflictL0101BertrandLA 213M
12:00 -
14:00
P*
POL442H1FTopics in Latin American Politics: Constitutionalism and Democracy in the AndesL0101Baglioni,
Bejarano
UC 65W
14:00 -
16:00
P*
POL443H1STopics in Comparative Politics II: The Foundations of Political Economy: Theories of State and MarketL0101BreznitzUC 148R
10:00 -
12:00
P*
POL443H1FTopics in Comparative Politics II: Race and ViolenceL0101FujiiUC 148W
16:00 -
18:00
P*
POL445H1SPolitics of Growth in Developing CountriesL0101MuraliTC 24R
14:00 -
16:00
P*
JPF455Y1YCitiesL0101McCarneyAR 203R
9:30 -
11:30
P*
POL482H1FThe Politics of Disease and EpidemicL0101HandleyUC 65W
12:00 -
14:00
P*
POL492H1STopics in Comparative Politics IV: State and Society in Central Asia and AfghanistanL0101SchatzUC 255W
14:00 -
16:00
P*

Methods

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeEnrol **Syllabus
POL222H1SIntroduction to Quantitative Reasoning IL0101ArigaUC 140W
12:00 -
14:00
P
POL222H1SIntroduction to Quantitative Reasoning IL5101ArigaUC 140W
18:00 -
20:00
P
POL222H1FIntroduction to Quantitative Reasoning IL0101ArigaUC 140M
12:00 -
14:00
P
POL222H1FIntroduction to Quantitative Reasoning IL5101ArigaUC 140M
18:00 -
20:00
P
POL232H1SIntroduction to Quantitative Reasoning IIL0101ArigaSS 561R
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL242Y1YResearch Methods for SpecialistsL5101WilsonSS 561R
18:00 -
20:00
P
POL242Y1YResearch Methods for SpecialistsL0101WilsonSS 561W
12:00 -
14:00
P
POL314H1FPublic Opinion and VotingL0101NevitteUC 163M
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL419H1SQuantitative Methods and Data AnalysisL0101ArigaSS 561F
10:00 -
12:00
P*

Quantitative Methods

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeEnrol **Syllabus
POL419H1SQuantitative Methods and Data AnalysisL0101ArigaSS 561F
10:00 -
12:00
P*

Diversity and Identity

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeEnrol **Syllabus
JPS315H1FSexual Diversity PoliticsL5101Pereira MarsiajUC 163R
18:00 -
20:00
P
POL344H1SSocial Movements in Europe and North AmericaL0101BashevkinUC 163M
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL428H1FFederalism and Diversity in Canada (and beyond)L0101SchertzerLA 213W
12:00 -
14:00
P*
POL432H1SFeminist Theory: Challenges to Legal and Political ThoughtL0101NedelskyUC 248R
14:00 -
16:00
P*
POL443H1FTopics in Comparative Politics II: Race and ViolenceL0101FujiiUC 148W
16:00 -
18:00
P*
POL443H1STopics in Comparative Politics II: The Foundations of Political Economy: Theories of State and MarketL0101BreznitzUC 148R
10:00 -
12:00
P*
POL450H1FWomen and PoliticsL0101BashevkinUC 148M
10:00 -
12:00
P*
POL467H1SThe Politics of Immigration and Multiculturalism in CanadaL0101TolleyUC 248T
10:00 -
12:00
P*
POL484H1FTopics in Political Thought I: Recent Works in Political TheoryL0101CarensLA 340R
12:00 -
14:00
P*

Indigenous Politics

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeEnrol **Syllabus
POL305Y1YPolitics and Society in Latin AmericaL0101KingsburyUC 179M
16:00 -
18:00
P
JPS315H1FSexual Diversity PoliticsL5101Pereira MarsiajUC 163R
18:00 -
20:00
P
POL337Y1YThe Canadian ConstitutionL0101Hirschl,
McDougall
UC 161M
12:00 -
14:00
P
POL344H1SSocial Movements in Europe and North AmericaL0101BashevkinUC 163M
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL349H1FGlobal Urban PoliticsL0101EnrightUC 163R
12:00 -
14:00
P

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