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Fall 2019 Course Offerings

Introductory Course:

  • CVS 0020/PHIL 0020/PS 0020: Introduction to Civic Studies (Brian Schaffer, Peter Levine)

A. Thinking about Justice

  • ENG 176/CVS 0110/PJS 176/ENV 176: Earth Matters (Elizabeth Ammons)
  • CVS 0018/PS 0041/PHIL 0041: Western Political Thought (Vickie Sullivan)
  • CVS 0015/REL 0001: Introduction to Religion (Joseph Walser)
  • PHIL 0092-03/Env 0095-01 Climate Change Ethics (George Smith)
  • PHIL 0191:03 Seminar: Race and Black Progress (Lionel McPherson)
  • SOC 188 Seminar: Du Bois's Sociological Dream (Freeden Oeur)

B. War and Peace

  • PS 0061: Introduction to International Relations (Malik Mufti)
  • PS 0138-01: Policing the US and Europe (David Art)
  • SOC 0011: Sociology of Race & Ethnicity (Daanika Gordon)
  • SOC 94-06: Sociology of Violence (Brett Nava-Coulter)
  • PS 135 Comparative Revolutions (Elizabeth Remick)
  • PS 188-02 Topics in International Relations: War, Politics, and Film (Frank Sobchak)
  • PS 176: Migration, Refugees, and Citizenship in a Globalized World (Kelly Greenhill and Oxana Shevel)

C. Violence and Peace in Culture

  • ANTH 144: Media of the Middle East (Amahl Bishara)
  • CVS 0129/ECON 144: Income Inequality, Poverty, and Economic Justice (Elizabeth Setren)
  • CVS 0121/SOC 113: Urban Sociology: Global Perspectives on Space, Inequality and Resistance (Anjuli Fahlberg)
  • PS 121: Seminar: Political Culture in Comparative Perspective (Consuelo Cruz)
  • HIST 109: Decolonization: Race, Empire, Archive (Kris Manjapra)
  • CVS 0132/CSHD 165: Families, Schools, and Child Development (Christine McWayne)
  • ENG 23/CVS 0031: Dissent & Democracy: American Literature to 1900 (Elizabeth Ammons or Nathan Wolff)
  • CVS 0033/REL 0042/HIST 125/AMER 15: Religion and Politics in American History (Heather Curtis)
  • CVS 0131/SOC 106: Political Sociology (Anjuli Fahlberg)
  • SOC 112: Criminology (Daanika Gordon)

D. Conflict Resolution

  • CVS 0183/UEP 0130/PJS 0131: Negotiation, Mediation, and Conflict Resolution (Robert Burdick)
  • ED 164: Education for Peace and Justice (Deborah Donohue-Keegan)
  • PHIL 0024: Intro to Ethics
  • PJS 50-01CVS 150-03 Special Topics: Science and Civic Action (Jonathan Garlick)
  • PJS 50-02CVS 150-04 Special Topics: Dialogue, Identity & Civic Action (Jonathan Garlick)

E. Creating Social Change

  • PS 118-02 Topics in American Politics: Organizing for Social Change (LeBlanc and Galdston)
  • CVS 170/CSHD 143-02: Developing Leaders Who Make a Difference: Leadership in Civic Context (Diane Ryan)
  • CVS 0147/CSHD 167: Children and Mass Media (Julie Dobrow)
  • ENV 170/CVS 0149: Environmental Data Analysis and Visualization (Kyle Monahan)
  • CVS 0145/ENV 120: Introduction to Environmental Fieldwork (Staff)
  • CVS 0049/PHIL 92-02: Philosophy for Children (Susan Russinoff)
  • CVS 150-01 Special Topics: Media, Civics, and Social Change (Anthony Rudel)
  • PS 118-02CVS 150-02 Topics in American Politics: Community Organizing (Danny LeBlanc and Kenneth Galdston)
  • CVS 170-01CSHD 143-02 Developing Leaders Who Make a Difference: Leadership in a Civic Context (Diane Ryan)
  • ELS 194-05 Special Topics: Philanthropy, Social Enterprise, and Community (Nancy Lippe)

Internship Seminar:

  • PJS/CVS 099: Internship for Social Change

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