100-level and 200-level courses

POL S 101 – INTRODUCTION TO POLITICS *3 (3-0-0) – An introduction to major political concepts and to the study of politics.  Note:  Not open to students with credit in POL S 100 or 103.

Term

Class #

Section

Day

Time

Room

Instructor

Fall/16

53423

LEC A1

MWF

1000-1050

TB 95

Wineroither, David

Fall/16

59997

LEC A2

MWF

1100-1150

T1 93

Odoom, Isaac

Fall/16

53425

LEC A3

TR

0930-1050

TB 95

Church, John

Fall/16

65831

LEC A5

MWF

1300-1350

SAB 326

Odoom, Isaac 

Fall/16

65600

LEC X01

T1 93

1800-2100

W

McCoy, John 

Winter/17

77081

LEC B1

SAB 336

1000-1050

MWF

Church, John

Winter/17

80199

LEC B2

ED 254

1100-1150

MWF

Epp, Roger

Winter/17

73879

LEC B3

CAB 235

0930-1050

TR

Aitken, Rob

Winter/17

81831

LEC B4

T1 91

0900-0950

MWF

Knight, Andrew

Winter/17

83679

LEC B5

TBW 1

1300-1350

MWF

Urquhart, Ian

Winter/17

85496

LEC X50

T1 93

1800-2100

W

Spanner, Leigh

 

POL S 211 – INTRODUCTION TO HISTORY OF POLITICAL THEORY *3 (3-0-0) – Explores how texts from the history of western political theory, from ancient Greece to the 20th Century, help to deepen and diversify our understanding of themes like justice, freedom, equality, property, rights, and democracy.  Not to be taken by students with credit in POL S 210.  Prerequisite:  POL S 101 or consent of Department.

Term

Class#

Section

Room

Time

Day

Instructor

Fall/16

63341

LEC A1

T1 91

1230-1350

TR

Lopston, Kristjana 

Fall/16

63589

LEC A2

TB 96

1000-1050

MWF

Kellogg, Catherine

Fall/16

65818

LEC X01

T1 5

1800-2100

W

Blythe, Mark 

 

POL S 212 – INTRODUCTION TO CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL THEORY *3 (3-0-0) – Explores how texts in contemporary western political theory help to deepen and diversify our understanding of current political themes like war, climate change, sex, work, or democratic reform.  Not to be taken by student with credit in POL S 210.  Prerequisite:  POL S 101 or consent of Department.

Term

Class #

Section

Room

Time

Day

Instructor

Winter/17

83437

LEC B1

TL B 1

1000-1050

MWF

Heyes, Cressida, Kahane, David, Kellogg, Catherine

Winter/17

85497

LEC X50

T1 107

1800-2100

T

Beukian, Sevan 

 

POL S 224 – CANADIAN GOVERNMENT *3 (3-0-0) – Examines the constitutional and institutional foundations of Canadian government.  Not to be taken by students with credit in POL S 220.  Prerequisite:  POL S 101 or consent of Department.

Term

Class #

Section

Room

Time

Day

Instructor

Fall/16

63343

LEC A1

SAB 326

0930-1050

TR

Blythe, Mark 

Fall/16

63649

LEC A2

SAB 321

1230-1350

TR

Nath, Nisha

Fall/16

65821

LEC X01

T1 5

1800-2100

M

Wipf, Kevin 

Winter/17

83439

LEC B1

T1 93

1200-1250

MWF

Marshall, Nicole 

Winter/17

85603

LEC B2

SAB 331

0900-0950

MWF

Marshall, Nicole

Winter/17

85590

LEC X50

T1 103

1800-2100

W

Wipf, Kevin 

 

POL S 225 – CANADIAN POLITICS *3 (3-0-0) – Examines the context and dynamics of Canadian politics.  Not to be taken by students with credit in POL S 220.  Prerequisite:  POL S 101 or consent of Department.

Term

Class #

Section

Room

Time

Day

Instructor

Fall/16

63641

LEC A2

T1 107

1100-1220

TR

Brodie, Janine

Fall/16

65822

LEC X01

T1 105

1800-2100

W

Nath, Nisha 

Winter/17

83441

LEC B1

T1 103

1000-1050

MWF

Nath, Nisha

Winter/17

83443

LEC B2

SAB 325

0930-1050

TR

Marshall, Nicole

Winter/17

83685

LEC B3

T1 5

1100-1150

MWF

Nath, Nisha

Winter/17

85591

LEC X50

T1 103

1800-2100

R

Epperson, Brent

 

POL S 235 – INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE POLITICS *3 (3-0-0) – Examines the concepts and approaches used to compare political issues across countries and regions.  Not to be taken by students with credit in POL S 230 or 240.  Prerequisite:  POL S 101 or consent of Department.

Term

Class #

Section

Room

Time

Day

Instructor

Fall/16

63347

LEC A1

TBW 1

0930-1050

TR

Reynolds, Joan 

Fall/16

65895

LEC X01

T1 90

1800-2100

M

Okpanachi, Eyene 

Winter/17

83637

LEC B1

TB 38

1200-1250

MWF

Wineroither, David

Winter/17

85584

LEC X50

T1 103

1800-2100

M

Ageel, Ghada

 

POL S 250 – THE POLITICS OF GENDER *3 (3-0-0) – An examination of gender, diversity and relations of power in political life.  Prerequisite:  POL S 101 or consent of Department.

Term

Class #

Section

Room

Time

Day

Instructor

Winter/17

82543

LEC B1

T1 107

0930-1050

TR

Byrne, Siobhan

 

POL S 261 – INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS *3 (3-0-0) – An introduction to contemporary international relations that attempts to develop an understanding of political events at the international level.  The course covers the nature of foreign policy, the dynamics of interactions between states, the causes of war, imperialism and the role of non-state actors.  Not to be taken by students with credit in POL S 260.  Prerequisite:  POL S 101 or consent of Department.

Term

Class #

Section

Room     

Time

Day

Instructor

Fall/16

63349

LEC A1

HC L 3

1000-1050

MWF

Esarey, Ashley

Fall/16

63351

LEC A2

TB 38

1100-1220

TR

Smith, Malinda

Fall/16

63633

LEC A3

T1 107

1300-1350

MWF

Esarey, Ashley

Winter/17

85516

LEC B1

TBW 2

0930-1050

TR

Hasmath, Reza

Winter/17

83447

LEC B2

T1 93

1300-1350

MWF

Amidian, Hajar 

Winter/17

85551

LEC B3

CS 2 191

1100-1150

MWF

McCoy, John

Winter/17

85564

LEC X50

T1 91

1800-2100

R

Pourmokhtari, Navid 

 

POL S 299 – CITIZENSHIP FOR DEMOCRACY *3 (3-0-0) – Power, politics and political activism.  Approaches to participatory and democratic citizenship.

Term

Class #

Section

Room

Time

Day

Instructor

Fall/16

66574

LEC A1

T1 104

1230-1350

TR

Kahane, David