SISU-102
Natl Studnt Ldrshp Conf Topics
Restriction: National Student Leadership Conference (NSLC).
OPEN
001
Intelligence & Nat'l Security 
01.00
Ekmektsioglou,E 
 
 
 
Special Tuition Rate. Instructional Method: Online. Intelligence and National Security (1) This course introduces students to the role that intelligence plays in contemporary national security. The course begins with a discussion of what security actually means, followed by an overview of the concept of national security and the different ways they protect the United States. The course explores the nature of contemporary threats by focusing on what constitutes a threat in the first place and by discussing whether today's threats are different and more challenging than those of the past. Finally, the class investigates the tough choices policy-makers are forced to make on a daily basis. Threats, responses, and intelligence are rarely crystal-clear, necessitating a set of very high-stakes decisions by national leaders. The follow-on assignments allow students to explore these issues in greater depth in written format. Students finish the course with a deeper appreciation for the nuances of security studies, threat assessment, and intelligence practice.
OPEN
002
Intelligence & Nat'l Security 
01.00
Ekmektsioglou,E 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online. Intelligence and National Security (1) This course introduces students to the role that intelligence plays in contemporary national security. The course begins with a discussion of what security actually means, followed by an overview of the concept of national security and the different ways they protect the United States. The course explores the nature of contemporary threats by focusing on what constitutes a threat in the first place and by discussing whether today's threats are different and more challenging than those of the past. Finally, the class investigates the tough choices policy-makers are forced to make on a daily basis. Threats, responses, and intelligence are rarely crystal-clear, necessitating a set of very high-stakes decisions by national leaders. The follow-on assignments allow students to explore these issues in greater depth in written format. Students finish the course with a deeper appreciation for the nuances of security studies, threat assessment, and intelligence practice.
OPEN
003
Intl Diplomacy/Cross-Cltrl Neg 
01.00
Stanaitis,M 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online. International Diplomacy and Cross-Cultural Negotiation (1) Diplomacy, often called the second oldest profession, has been a significant form of interaction between sovereign entities since antiquity. In a time of tremendous social, political, and economic change, diplomacy persists as a prominent feature of international relations. It has been alternatively reviled as facilitating war and misperception, too antiquated to mitigate global issues, yet also praised as the only useful process for peace and effective communication. This course explores how scholars and practitioners have viewed diplomacy, offering arguments about its function, practice, limits, and response to change. The course provides a unique opportunity for students to work closely together, employing different learning methods and a variety of activities including student presentations, group work, small group discussion, research, and simulation.
OPEN
004
Intl Diplomacy/Cross-Cltrl Neg 
01.00
Stanaitis,M 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online. International Diplomacy and Cross-Cultural Negotiation (1) Diplomacy, often called the second oldest profession, has been a significant form of interaction between sovereign entities since antiquity. In a time of tremendous social, political, and economic change, diplomacy persists as a prominent feature of international relations. It has been alternatively reviled as facilitating war and misperception, too antiquated to mitigate global issues, yet also praised as the only useful process for peace and effective communication. This course explores how scholars and practitioners have viewed diplomacy, offering arguments about its function, practice, limits, and response to change. The course provides a unique opportunity for students to work closely together, employing different learning methods and a variety of activities including student presentations, group work, small group discussion, research, and simulation.
OPEN
005
Cross-Cltrl Comm for Int'l Bus 
01.00
Rossmiller,E 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online. Cross-Cultural Communication for International Business (1) Business is conducted in an increasingly globalized economy with diverse people, economic systems, and global forces. This course gives students the knowledge and skills necessary to thrive in a global economy. The course begins with an overview of global economics and trade, introducing international institutions that influence international business. Next, the course conceptualizes culture and discusses its implications for business. Through case studies, simulations, and other activities, students develop cultural awareness in the areas of management, negotiations, and marketing.
OPEN
006
Cross-Cltrl Comm for Int'l Bus 
01.00
Rossmiller,E 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online. Cross-Cultural Communication for International Business (1) Business is conducted in an increasingly globalized economy with diverse people, economic systems, and global forces. This course gives students the knowledge and skills necessary to thrive in a global economy. The course begins with an overview of global economics and trade, introducing international institutions that influence international business. Next, the course conceptualizes culture and discusses its implications for business. Through case studies, simulations, and other activities, students develop cultural awareness in the areas of management, negotiations, and marketing.
OPEN
007
Cross-Cltrl Comm for Int'l Bus 
01.00
Rossmiller,E 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online. Cross-Cultural Communication for International Business (1) Business is conducted in an increasingly globalized economy with diverse people, economic systems, and global forces. This course gives students the knowledge and skills necessary to thrive in a global economy. The course begins with an overview of global economics and trade, introducing international institutions that influence international business. Next, the course conceptualizes culture and discusses its implications for business. Through case studies, simulations, and other activities, students develop cultural awareness in the areas of management, negotiations, and marketing.
OPEN
008
Cross-Cltrl Comm for Int'l Bus 
01.00
Rossmiller,E 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online. Cross-Cultural Communication for International Business (1) Business is conducted in an increasingly globalized economy with diverse people, economic systems, and global forces. This course gives students the knowledge and skills necessary to thrive in a global economy. The course begins with an overview of global economics and trade, introducing international institutions that influence international business. Next, the course conceptualizes culture and discusses its implications for business. Through case studies, simulations, and other activities, students develop cultural awareness in the areas of management, negotiations, and marketing.
OPEN
009
Global Public Health 
01.00
Bosco,L 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online. Global Public Health (1) This course approaches health care as much more than an individual- or local-level activity. Rather, it is embedded in a complex global system of health threats and responses. This arena, global public health, brings together scientific, economic, and political issues, and the outcomes eventually affect billions of lives. The course discusses the historical development of the field, the state of public health around the world, and the prospects for combating current and future health threats. The politics and advocacy movements around certain important issues (like HIV/AIDS) are a particular focus. Finally, this course is designed to be a college experience and emphasizes the critical analysis and other skills that are required for university-level work.
OPEN
010
Global Public Health 
01.00
Fawcett,E 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online. Global Public Health (1) This course approaches health care as much more than an individual- or local-level activity. Rather, it is embedded in a complex global system of health threats and responses. This arena, global public health, brings together scientific, economic, and political issues, and the outcomes eventually affect billions of lives. The course discusses the historical development of the field, the state of public health around the world, and the prospects for combating current and future health threats. The politics and advocacy movements around certain important issues (like HIV/AIDS) are a particular focus. Finally, this course is designed to be a college experience and emphasizes the critical analysis and other skills that are required for university-level work.
OPEN
011
Global Public Health 
01.00
Bosco,L 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online. Global Public Health (1) This course approaches health care as much more than an individual- or local-level activity. Rather, it is embedded in a complex global system of health threats and responses. This arena, global public health, brings together scientific, economic, and political issues, and the outcomes eventually affect billions of lives. The course discusses the historical development of the field, the state of public health around the world, and the prospects for combating current and future health threats. The politics and advocacy movements around certain important issues (like HIV/AIDS) are a particular focus. Finally, this course is designed to be a college experience and emphasizes the critical analysis and other skills that are required for university-level work.
OPEN
012
Global Public Health 
01.00
Bosco,L 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online. Global Public Health (1) This course approaches health care as much more than an individual- or local-level activity. Rather, it is embedded in a complex global system of health threats and responses. This arena, global public health, brings together scientific, economic, and political issues, and the outcomes eventually affect billions of lives. The course discusses the historical development of the field, the state of public health around the world, and the prospects for combating current and future health threats. The politics and advocacy movements around certain important issues (like HIV/AIDS) are a particular focus. Finally, this course is designed to be a college experience and emphasizes the critical analysis and other skills that are required for university-level work.
OPEN
013
Sustainable Devel & Design 
01.00
Lindsay,A 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online. Sustainable Development and Design (1) This course introduces the concept of sustainable design. Environmental scientists have an important role to play in addressing development challenges. The course examines what drives the need for environmentally and socially sustainable design, and explores possible solutions. Questions discussed include what it means to design products that are good for people and for the planet, how products are built without negative social and environmental impacts; and how engineers can apply their skills to address problems in developing countries. The course builds on field trips and workshops to explore sustainable engineering with a combination of design exercises, film excerpts, and lectures.
OPEN
014
Sustainable Devel & Design 
01.00
Lindsay,A 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online. Sustainable Development and Design (1) This course introduces the concept of sustainable design. Environmental scientists have an important role to play in addressing development challenges. The course examines what drives the need for environmentally and socially sustainable design, and explores possible solutions. Questions discussed include what it means to design products that are good for people and for the planet, how products are built without negative social and environmental impacts; and how engineers can apply their skills to address problems in developing countries. The course builds on field trips and workshops to explore sustainable engineering with a combination of design exercises, film excerpts, and lectures.
OPEN
015
Sustainable Devel & Design 
01.00
Lindsay,A 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online. Sustainable Development and Design (1) This course introduces the concept of sustainable design. Environmental scientists have an important role to play in addressing development challenges. The course examines what drives the need for environmentally and socially sustainable design, and explores possible solutions. Questions discussed include what it means to design products that are good for people and for the planet, how products are built without negative social and environmental impacts; and how engineers can apply their skills to address problems in developing countries. The course builds on field trips and workshops to explore sustainable engineering with a combination of design exercises, film excerpts, and lectures.
OPEN
016
Sustainable Devel & Design 
01.00
Lindsay,A 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online. Sustainable Development and Design (1) This course introduces the concept of sustainable design. Environmental scientists have an important role to play in addressing development challenges. The course examines what drives the need for environmentally and socially sustainable design, and explores possible solutions. Questions discussed include what it means to design products that are good for people and for the planet, how products are built without negative social and environmental impacts; and how engineers can apply their skills to address problems in developing countries. The course builds on field trips and workshops to explore sustainable engineering with a combination of design exercises, film excerpts, and lectures.
OPEN
020
Global Public Health 
01.00
Bosco,L 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online. Global Public Health (1) This course approaches health care as much more than an individual- or local-level activity. Rather, it is embedded in a complex global system of health threats and responses. This arena, global public health, brings together scientific, economic, and political issues, and the outcomes eventually affect billions of lives. The course discusses the historical development of the field, the state of public health around the world, and the prospects for combating current and future health threats. The politics and advocacy movements around certain important issues (like HIV/AIDS) are a particular focus. Finally, this course is designed to be a college experience and emphasizes the critical analysis and other skills that are required for university-level work.
OPEN
021
Global Public Health 
01.00
Bosco,L 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online. Global Public Health (1) This course approaches health care as much more than an individual- or local-level activity. Rather, it is embedded in a complex global system of health threats and responses. This arena, global public health, brings together scientific, economic, and political issues, and the outcomes eventually affect billions of lives. The course discusses the historical development of the field, the state of public health around the world, and the prospects for combating current and future health threats. The politics and advocacy movements around certain important issues (like HIV/AIDS) are a particular focus. Finally, this course is designed to be a college experience and emphasizes the critical analysis and other skills that are required for university-level work.
OPEN
022
Global Public Health 
01.00
Fawcett,E 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online. Global Public Health (1) This course approaches health care as much more than an individual- or local-level activity. Rather, it is embedded in a complex global system of health threats and responses. This arena, global public health, brings together scientific, economic, and political issues, and the outcomes eventually affect billions of lives. The course discusses the historical development of the field, the state of public health around the world, and the prospects for combating current and future health threats. The politics and advocacy movements around certain important issues (like HIV/AIDS) are a particular focus. Finally, this course is designed to be a college experience and emphasizes the critical analysis and other skills that are required for university-level work.
OPEN
023
Global Public Health 
01.00
Bosco,L 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online. Global Public Health (1) This course approaches health care as much more than an individual- or local-level activity. Rather, it is embedded in a complex global system of health threats and responses. This arena, global public health, brings together scientific, economic, and political issues, and the outcomes eventually affect billions of lives. The course discusses the historical development of the field, the state of public health around the world, and the prospects for combating current and future health threats. The politics and advocacy movements around certain important issues (like HIV/AIDS) are a particular focus. Finally, this course is designed to be a college experience and emphasizes the critical analysis and other skills that are required for university-level work.
SISU-103
Community of Scholars Topics
Permission: department.
OPEN
001
Diplomacy and Dictators 
03.00
Martin,G 
 
 
MTWTHF  09:00AM 12:00PM  SIS  333     07/10/17 07/21/17
 
Special Tuition Rate. Instructional Method: Hybrid. Diplomacy and Dictators: U.S. Foreign Policy in an Uncertain World (3) How does the U.S. government confront dictators, maintain allies, and protect the nation from international threats to national security? This course introduces the major departments, agencies, and actors within the government involved in foreign policy and national security. It explores how they operate in the new strategic environment by considering major threats and issues facing the United States today, from terrorists to rogue states to the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. The course also addresses the conflicting goals, agendas, and trade-offs present in any foreign and national security policy. Debating the range of policy options, students explore how the United States might best act to enhance U.S. national security and international position. Meets with SISU-103 002.
(Meets with SISU 103 002)
CLOSED
002
Diplomacy and Dictators 
03.00
Martin,G 
 
 
MTWTHF  09:00AM 12:00PM  SIS  333     07/10/17 07/21/17
 
Additional Class Fee: $1,625.00. Special Tuition Rate. Instructional Method: Hybrid. Diplomacy and Dictators: U.S. Foreign Policy in an Uncertain World (3) How does the U.S. government confront dictators, maintain allies, and protect the nation from international threats to national security? This course introduces the major departments, agencies, and actors within the government involved in foreign policy and national security. It explores how they operate in the new strategic environment by considering major threats and issues facing the United States today, from terrorists to rogue states to the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. The course also addresses the conflicting goals, agendas, and trade-offs present in any foreign and national security policy. Debating the range of policy options, students explore how the United States might best act to enhance U.S. national security and international position. Meets with SISU-103 001.
(Meets with SISU 103 001)
OPEN
003
Diplomacy and Dictators 
03.00
Combes,M 
 
 
MTWTHF  09:00AM 12:00PM  SIS  113     07/10/17 07/21/17
 
Additional Class Fee: $1,625.00. Special Tuition Rate. Instructional Method: Hybrid. Diplomacy and Dictators: U.S. Foreign Policy in an Uncertain World (3) How does the U.S. government confront dictators, maintain allies, and protect the nation from international threats to national security? This course introduces the major departments, agencies, and actors within the government involved in foreign policy and national security. It explores how they operate in the new strategic environment by considering major threats and issues facing the United States today, from terrorists to rogue states to the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. The course also addresses the conflicting goals, agendas, and trade-offs present in any foreign and national security policy. Debating the range of policy options, students explore how the United States might best act to enhance U.S. national security and international position.
(Meets with SISU 103 009)
OPEN
004
Conflt, Culture & Cooperation 
03.00
Morosini-Dominick,M 
 
 
MTWTHF  09:00AM 12:00PM  SIS  233     07/10/17 07/21/17
 
Special Tuition Rate. Instructional Method: Hybrid. Conflict, Culture and Cooperation: Worlds Apart, Worlds Together (3) Difference, particularly cultural difference, is the source of many conflicts in international relations. This course explores conceptual components and theories of conflict, culture, and conflict resolution, with a special focus on the role that culture plays in both starting as well as resolving conflicts. In-depth examinations of contemporary international conflicts are used as illustrative case studies. The course bridges the gap between interpersonal, group, and international conflicts by exploring strategies of conflict resolution and cross-cultural understanding. Meets with SISU-103 005.
(Meets with SISU 103 005)
OPEN
005
Conflt, Culture & Cooperation 
03.00
Morosini-Dominick,M 
 
 
MTWTHF  09:00AM 12:00PM  SIS  233     07/10/17 07/21/17
 
Additional Class Fee: $1,625.00. Special Tuition Rate. Instructional Method: Hybrid. Conflict, Culture and Cooperation: Worlds Apart, Worlds Together (3) Difference, particularly cultural difference, is the source of many conflicts in international relations. This course explores conceptual components and theories of conflict, culture, and conflict resolution, with a special focus on the role that culture plays in both starting as well as resolving conflicts. In-depth examinations of contemporary international conflicts are used as illustrative case studies. The course bridges the gap between interpersonal, group, and international conflicts by exploring strategies of conflict resolution and cross-cultural understanding. Meets with SISU-103 004.
(Meets with SISU 103 004)
OPEN
006
Conflt, Culture & Cooperation 
03.00
Banks,D 
 
 
MTWTHF  09:00AM 12:00PM  SIS  355     07/10/17 07/21/17
 
Additional Class Fee: $1,625.00. Special Tuition Rate. Instructional Method: Hybrid. Conflict, Culture and Cooperation: Worlds Apart, Worlds Together (3) Difference, particularly cultural difference, is the source of many conflicts in international relations. This course explores conceptual components and theories of conflict, culture, and conflict resolution, with a special focus on the role that culture plays in both starting as well as resolving conflicts. In-depth examinations of contemporary international conflicts are used as illustrative case studies. The course bridges the gap between interpersonal, group, and international conflicts by exploring strategies of conflict resolution and cross-cultural understanding.
(Meets with SISU 103 010)
CANCELLED
007
Climate Change & Global Conf 
03.00
Diamond,A 
 
 
MTWTHF  09:00AM 12:00PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Special Tuition Rate. Instructional Method: Hybrid. Climate Change and Global Conflict: 21st Century Challenges (3) Today's most serious environmental challenges require global perspectives and global solutions. This course examines the social, political, and economic conditions and choices that drive environmental degradation, and the nature of effective responses to complex environmental crises. By examining various dimensions of climate change politics, students link local actions and activism to global outcomes. Meets with SISU-103 008.
(Meets with SISU 103 008)
CANCELLED
008
Climate Change & Global Conf 
03.00
Diamond,A 
 
 
MTWTHF  09:00AM 12:00PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Additional Class Fee: $1,625.00. Special Tuition Rate. Instructional Method: Hybrid. Climate Change and Global Conflict: 21st Century Challenges (3) Today's most serious environmental challenges require global perspectives and global solutions. This course examines the social, political, and economic conditions and choices that drive environmental degradation, and the nature of effective responses to complex environmental crises. By examining various dimensions of climate change politics, students link local actions and activism to global outcomes. Meets with SISU-103 007.
(Meets with SISU 103 007)
OPEN
009
Diplomacy and Dictators 
03.00
Combes,M 
 
 
MTWTHF  09:00AM 12:00PM  SIS  113     07/10/17 07/21/17
 
Special Tuition Rate. Instructional Method: Hybrid. Diplomacy and Dictators: U.S. Foreign Policy in an Uncertain World (3) How does the U.S. government confront dictators, maintain allies, and protect the nation from international threats to national security? This course introduces the major departments, agencies, and actors within the government involved in foreign policy and national security. It explores how they operate in the new strategic environment by considering major threats and issues facing the United States today, from terrorists to rogue states to the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. The course also addresses the conflicting goals, agendas, and trade-offs present in any foreign and national security policy. Debating the range of policy options, students explore how the United States might best act to enhance U.S. national security and international position. Meets with SISU-103 003.
(Meets with SISU 103 003)
OPEN
010
Conflt, Culture & Cooperation 
03.00
Banks,D 
 
 
MTWTHF  09:00AM 12:00PM  SIS  355     07/10/17 07/21/17
 
Special Tuition Rate. Instructional Method: Online. Conflict, Culture and Cooperation: Worlds Apart, Worlds Together (3) Difference, particularly cultural difference, is the source of many conflicts in international relations. This course explores conceptual components and theories of conflict, culture, and conflict resolution, with a special focus on the role that culture plays in both starting as well as resolving conflicts. In-depth examinations of contemporary international conflicts are used as illustrative case studies. The course bridges the gap between interpersonal, group, and international conflicts by exploring strategies of conflict resolution and cross-cultural understanding. Meets with SISU-103 006.
(Meets with SISU 103 006)
SISU-105 FA3
World Politics
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Sajjad,T 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online.
SISU-130 FA3
Intercultural Understanding
CANCELLED
001
 
03.00
 
 
 
W       11:20AM 02:30PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Restriction: Academic Accelerator Program.
CANCELLED
002
 
03.00
 
 
 
W       02:30PM 05:40PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Restriction: Academic Accelerator Program.
SISU-140 FA3
Cross-Cultural Communication
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Morosini-Dominick,M 
 
 
TTH     02:00PM 05:10PM  SIS  113     07/03/17 08/18/17
 
Restriction: Summer Transition Enrichment Program (STEP).
SISU-206
Intro to Int'l Studies Rsrch
Prerequisite: SISU-105. Restriction: International Studies major.
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Kelley,J 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online.
CANCELLED
002
 
03.00
Boesenecker,A 
 
 
MW      05:30PM 08:40PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
SISU-210
Peace, Global Sec & Conflt Res
Prerequisite: SISU-105.
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Eralp,D 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online.
SISU-230
Analysis of US Foreign Policy
Prerequisite: SISU-105.
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Mislan,D 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online.
SISU-280
Comparative/Global Governance
Prerequisite: SISU-105.
CANCELLED
001
 
03.00
Gutner,T 
 
 
                                     CANCELLED
 
Instructional Method: Online.
CLOSED
002
 
03.00
 
 
 
 
Location: Madrid, Spain.
SISU-306
Adv Int'l Studies Research
Prerequisite: SISU-206.
OPEN
001
Case Study Research 
03.00
Boesenecker,A 
 
 
MW      05:30PM 08:00PM  SIS  355     05/15/17 06/07/17
 
Instructional Method: Hybrid. Case Study Research (3) After examining the foundations of case study research in the social sciences, students develop a research question, literature review, and research design for their own research projects As students research and refine their individual projects, they also examine examples of case study research from various substantive and geographical areas in international studies research. Students produce a substantial independent, scholarly research project, including an original research paper and a presentation, that should serve as the basis for future research, conference presentations, and even potential publication.
SISU-310
Topics Peace/Glb Sec/Con Res
Prerequisite: SISU-206 and SISU-210.
OPEN
001
Migration and Security 
03.00
Rudolph,C 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online. Migration and Security (3) How do security interests affect how states deal with international migration? Migration significantly affects various dimensions of security, including defense, homeland security, economic security, and societal security. This course examines how the security environment affects immigration, refugee, and border policies. Special emphasis is placed on explaining policy development in major advanced industrial immigrant-receiving countries, including the United States, Germany, France, and Great Britain. Students also have the opportunity to develop an independent research project dealing with policy development in a case not covered by the syllabus readings.
SISU-390
Ind Reading in Int'l Studies
Permission: instructor and SIS undergraduate studies office.
CLOSED
001
Topics in Int'l Studies Rsrch 
01.00-06.00
Knight,S; Seybert,L 
 
 
 
SISU-391
Internship in Int'l Studies
Permission: internship coordinator and SIS undergraduate studies office.
OPEN
001
 
01.00-06.00
Knight,S 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online.
SISU-419
Senior Capstone: Int'l Studies
Prerequisite: SISU-306. Restriction: International Studies (BA) and at least 75 credit hours.
OPEN
001
Ethnic Cleansing and Genocide 
03.00
Morosini-Dominick,M 
 
 
MW      05:30PM 08:00PM  SIS  333     05/15/17 06/29/17
 
Ethnic Cleansing and Genocide in Comparative Perspective (3) Designed as a comparative and interdisciplinary inquiry, this course looks at the ways historical context, political realities, and cultural components enable ethnic cleansing and genocide to happen. Cases studied include the Herero genocide, the Armenian genocide, the Rape of Nanking Massacre, the Holocaust, the Cambodian genocide, the Rwandan genocide, ethnic cleansing and genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the Sudan genocide.
CANCELLED
002
South Asian Diaspora 
03.00
Singh,M 
 
 
                                     CANCELLED
 
Instructional Method: Online. South Asian Diaspora : Identity, Culture and Citizenship (3) Thirty-six million South Asians live outside of their original homelands. Immigrants from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bhutan are spread globally. Their struggles to assimilate in Europe, US, and West Asia reflect narratives of economic success as well as of hate crimes. This course analyzes South Asian Diaspora communities to highlight complex issues of identity, culture, religion and citizenship.
SISU-496
Selected Topics: Non-Recurring
CLOSED
001
Israel: 50 Yrs Since 1967 War 
03.00
Ziv,G 
 
 
 
Additional Class Fee: $2,300.00. Travel Dates: May 31-June 18, 2017. Travel Location: Israel. Israel: Fifty Years Since the 1967 Arab-Israeli War (3) This course provides students with insight into Israel as a sovereign and international actor, and into the underlying dynamics of the country's unique political system, diversified culture, and myriad political, social, economic, and environmental issues. Through a combination of site visits and direct interaction with both governmental and non-governmental stakeholders (including academics, think tank scholars, and activists in NGOs), students gain a deeper understanding of the complex issues and key debates facing Israeli society. Permission: Instructor and SIS Study Abroad. Meets with SIS-603 003.
(Meets with SIS 603 003 SIS 603 203)