Courses

Methodology

  • Proseminar
  • Math for Political Scientists
  • Quantitative Methods I
  • Introduction to Casual Inference
  • Introduction to Bayesian Statistics
  • Maximum Likelihood Estimation and Generalized Linear Models
  • Qualitative Research Methods
  • Qualitative Research Methods II
  • Field Research Methods

Constitutional Studies

  • International Law
  • Comparative Constitutional Law
  • Judicial Politics
  • Islamic Law and Constitutions
  • The Freedom of Speech
  • American Constitutional Theory and Development
  • Lincoln

International Relations

  • International Political Economy
  • Theories of International Relations
  • International Security
  • Climate Change and Conflict
  • The Politics of Reconciliation
  • Realism
  • Religion and Global Politics
  • International Institutions, Norms, and Organizations

American Politics

  • American Political Institutions
  • American Political Behavior
  • Immigration and Ethnicity
  • State Politics and Policy
  • Political Psychology
  • Race, Representation, and Politics

Comparative Politics

  • Comparative Field Seminar
  • The State
  • The Logic of Political Violence
  • Comparative Authoritarianism
  • Comparative Political Institutions
  • Comparative Research on Democratization
  • Political Protests, Social Movements, and Revolution
  • Comparative Political Behavior
  • Comparative Political Economy

Political Theory

  • Political Theory Field Seminar
  • Critics of Liberalism
  • Arendt and Heidegger
  • Political Science Fiction: Shelley to Ishiguro​​​​​​
  • Marx, Nietzsche, Weber
  • Critical Theory
  • Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics
  • Aristotle’s Constitutionalism
  • Hobbes and Spinoza
  • Rousseau
  • Locke
  • Democratic Theory
  • Augustine and Political Thought
  • Locke, Rousseau, and Wollstonecraft

Course Descriptions