Spring 2016

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Day/Time

Instructor

CLSC 3888 Narrating the Arab Spring
This course is an attempt to understand the Arab Spring, based on narratives of writers, filmmakers, artists, photographers, cartoonists, musicians, etc. We shall attempt to analyze the Arab Spring within its three essential time frames: before, during, and, especially, the aftermath. We shall examine causes and effects.
Tu, Th
2:00 – 4:45PM
Lakhous
HEJS 3298 Ethiopian Jews in Ethiopia and Israel: The Contested Nature of Ethnic Differences and Natural Belongings
The course covers topics such as Ethiopian Jewishness and religious boundaries in Ethiopia,  sociological literature on the making of ethnic and racial categorization, and immigration & contemporary social problems in Israel.
MWF
10:10 – 11:00AM
 Zawdu
POLS 2998 Political Islam
An exploration of the fundamental nature of political conflicts on the national and international levels of Islam.
M
6:00 – 8:00PM
Eyadat
POLS 3402 Contemporary International Politics
Problems in international relations with emphasis on changing characteristics of international politics.
Tu, Th
11:00AM – 12:15PM
Pressman
POLS 3464W The Arab-Israeli Conflict
Political relations between Arabs and Israelis with an emphasis on war and diplomacy.
Tu, Th
2:00 – 3:15PM
Pressman
SOCI 3998 Ethiopian Jews in Ethiopia and Israel: The Contested Nature of Ethnic Differences and Natural Belongings
The course covers topics such as Ethiopian Jewishness and religious boundaries in Ethiopia,  sociological literature on the making of ethnic and racial categorization, and immigration & contemporary social problems in Israel.
MWF
10:10 – 11:00AM
 Zawdu