Course List Updates

As departments add new courses, some of these are added to the list of courses that can be used to satisfy PPL requirements. Please note that these courses can be used to satisfy requirements only when taken in the semester they are listed in below.

Spring 2017

HIST 281D: Europe Since 1500 (LEC)
HIST 285F: U.S. & Middle East (LEC)
HIST 374: China In The 20th Century
HIST 386C: Human Trafficking in History
PHIL 342: Hist-Social & Political Phil
PLSC 282A: Intro to Environmental Policy
PLSC 358: Russian & Post Soviet Politics
PPL 180A: Beyond Good Intentions
PPL 280C: Black Lives Matter
PPL 380D: Intro to Human Rts Thry & Prac
PPL 380E: Persuasion in Ancient Greece
PPL 487D: Queer Crit Legal Theory & Law
SOC 200: Foundations of Social Theory
SOC 358: Energy Power & Nature

Fall 2016

ANTH 280R: Law and Culture
CLAS 281E: Ancient Roman Economy
HIST 263: Sex in American History
HIST 275: 20th Century Middle East
HIST 280G: Capitalism in America
HIST 284E: Modern India 1757-2010
HIST 325: Red Phoenix: Revolution & USSR
HIST 347: Modern Israel
HIST 350: Revolution & The Founding
HIST 364: The American West
HIST 385K: Republic of Turkey
HIST 386F: Gender Genocide & Humanitarian Aid
HIST 485B: Sectarianism in the Middle East
HIST 486J: Human Rights and International Law
HIST 486S: Public Health, Society & State
LACS 304: EnviroActivism in LatAme/Carib
PPL 280B: Foundations of Civic Engagement
SOC 280A: Intro to Criminal & Social Justice
SOC 280B: Activism, Feminism & Social Justice
SOC 367: Food, People, and Resources
SOC 375: Economic Sociology
SOC 380C: Asian & Latin American Immigration
SOC 380D: Labor Politics in Contemporary America
SOC 380F: Contemporary Capitalism
SOC 432: War Crimes & Global War
WGSS 280B: Race and the Law

Spring 2016

ENVI 481B: Sustainable Comm: Theory & Prac
HIST 225: Imperial Russia
HIST 281D: Europe Since 1500
HIST 284G: Modern Japan Since 1800
HIST 286R: LGBT Movements & Global Perspectives
PHIL 480K: Kant's Metaphysics of Morals
PPL 380A: Law & Society
PPL 380B: Nationalism
PPL 380C: Legal History Sexuality US
PPL 380D: Intro to Human Rts Thry & Prac
PPL 480A: Social Structure of Policing
SOC 380H: Idea and Movement

Fall 2015

HIST 311: Race & Racism in Mod Europe
HIST 352: Politics & Society in Colonial America
HIST 374: China in the 20th Century (taught by Prof. Yi Wang)
HIST 381X: City in Modern Europe (taught by Prof. Heather DeHaan)
HIST 381Y: Renaissance Europe
LACS 304: EnviroActivism in LatAme/Carib
LACS 482B: Gender in Latin America
PHIL 480R: Philosophy of Education
SOC 280B: Activism, Femin &Social Justice
SOC 326: Global Criminal & Soc. Justice
SOC 368: Political Sociology
SOC 375: Economic Sociology
SOC 380D: Political Economy of Poverty
SOC 426: Global Social Movements

Spring 2015

HIST 281H: Europe, 1890-Present
HIST 281U: Wars of Religion
HIST 357: US Diplomatic History
HIST 365: US in the Depression & WWII
HIST 381G: The English Civil War
SOC 374: Oil Politics
SOC 380A: Contemporary Capitalism
SOC 380B: Comparative Revolutions
SOC 380H: Revolution: Idea and Movement
SOC 380K: The Politics of Terrorism

Fall 2014

HIST 312: Gender and Sexuality in Modern Europe
HIST 325: Red Phoenix: Revolution & USSR
HIST 350: Revolution & The Founding
HIST 364: The American West
HIST 381W: Europe, 1890-Present
HIST 385F: WWI and the Middle East
PAFF 225: Foundations of Civic Engagement
PHIL 480R: Philosophy of Education (as a cognate)
SOC 280B: Activism, Femin & Social Justice

Spring 2014

ECON 381L: Econ Analysis of Pub. Programs
HIST 381R: Citizenship & Empire Mod Britain
HIST 381V: Nat'lism, Antisemitism 1870-1920
HIST 484J: Democracy & Discontent in India
HIST 486A: History of Bioethics
SOC 326: Global Criminal & Soc. Justice
SOC 374: Oil Politics
SOC 380B: Comparative Revolutions
SOC 480B: Social Dynamics of Punishment
SOC 480C: Political Economy of East Asia

Fall 2013

ANTH 451: Political Ecology
ECON 103: Intro to Int'l Economy
ECON 314: Econ of Developing Countries
ECON 381L: Econ Analysis of Pub. Programs
ECON 433: Natural Resource Economics
ENVI 382M: Anthropology of Climate Change
ENVI 382S: Anthro of Developing Nations
HIST 311: Race & Racism in Mod Eur
HIST 350: Revolution & The Founding
HIST 385J: Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
HIST 426: Soviet Russia
JUST 484A: Jews and Crime
SOC 380C: Asian & LatAme Immigration to US
SOC 480B: War Crimes & Global War
SOC 480C: Prison Experiences
SOC 480D: State and Society

Last Updated: 10/31/16