Information on Undergraduate Seminars (Gov 94), Spring 2013
Concentrators in the class of 2014 thinking about being honors candidates must enroll in at least one undergraduate seminar (Government 94) in order to be eligible to write a thesis in the senior year. Every concentrator in the classes of 2015 and beyond is required to take one Government 94. Honors candidates in the classes of 2015 and beyond are required to take two Gov 94s. (Please note that, going forward, Gov 94 and Gov 98 will be equivalent. Juniors who have not yet taken a seminar and wish to write a thesis must take a Gov 94. Those who have already taken a Gov 98 have fulfilled the seminar requirement for thesis writers, but are welcome and encouraged to take a Gov 94.)
Syllabi for fall term Gov 94 seminars will be available online and at the Undergraduate Program Office as they become available. Please note that you must enter the lottery to take a Gov 94; every effort will be made to grant your first or second choice. Classes begin Monday, January 28 and Gov 94s will meet during this first week of classes. You should check the online course catalog for course changes (if any) and classroom locations. If a seminar is regularly scheduled to meet on Thursday or Friday (thus after the lottery deadline), there may be an informational meeting before the lottery; times and locations will be announced as they become available.
The Gov 94 lottery form must be submitted in hard copy to CGIS K151 by 12:00 noon on Thursday, January 31. Students who fail to submit a 94 lottery form on time will receive last priority in the assignment of seminars. Lottery results will be posted on the Undergraduate Program website by the evening of January 31. An e-mail will go out when results are posted. No results will be divulged before then. Your patience will be much appreciated!
|94al||Global Distributive Justice||Gallagher||F 11-1||Tuesday, Jan. 29, 4:15-5pm, K401|
|94at||Nationalism: Theory and Practice||Tivig||Th 2-4||Tuesday, Jan. 29, 5-6pm K262|
|94ch||Tactics and Ethics||Cherniss||W 7-9|
|94da||Democracy, Islam, and Alienation||Gest||W 2-4|
|94fg||Presidents, Governors, and Mayors||Diaz||W 7-9|
|94go||Religion and Politics||Soroka||Th 4-6||Tuesday, Jan. 29, 4-5pm K262|
|94gs||Globalization and Civil Society||Pharr||Th 3-5|
|94gz||International Human Rights: Law and Politics||Goldenziel||Tu 1-3|
|94hu||Human Rights Scholars Seminar||Creamer||Tu 2-4|
|94lw||Security and Development Interventions in Fragile States||Lewis||Tu 2-4|
|94ms||Contemporary European International Relations||Sarotte||W 4-6|
|94nm||Race and Representation||Platt||W 2-4|
|94oa||Inequality and American Democracy||Skocpol||Tu 2-4|
|94pr||Constitutionalism and the Principles of Democratic Government||Datta||W 4-6|
|94sl||Cycles of War and Peace||Ramirez||W 4-6|
|94sp||Future of War||S. Rosen||M 2-4|
|94ss||Women and U.S. Politics||Shames||M 4-6|
|EAS 121*||Global Cities in East Asia||Dillon||Tu 2-4|
*: Enrollment managed by East Asian Studies - do not enter the Gov lottery.