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Course Offerings Fall 2018


Core Course

SOC 82800, International Migration (Profs. Kasinitz and Bozorgmehr, TH 4:15-6:15pm)


Elective Courses

This is a non-exhaustive list of elective courses offered in fall 2018.  Course offerings are subject to change.  IMS students wishing to take other classes should consult with the Program Director.
 
AFCP 73100, Introduction to Africana Studies: Social Inequality (Prof. Loperena, F 4:15-6:15pm)
 
ANTH 73800, Ethnographies of the Black Atlantic (Prof. Brown, TH 11:45am-1:45pm)
 
CL 80100/FRE 87200, Critical Refugee Studies: Crises in History and Law, Narrative, Poetry, and Film (Prof. Stanton, TU 4:15-6:15pm)
 
EES 79903, Geographies of Race and Ethnicity (Prof. Price, TU 4:15-6:15pm)
 
ENGL 86800, Global South and Decolonization in Literature and Theory (Prof. Hitchcock, W 4:15-6:15pm)
 
HIST 75700, Immigration and Citizenship in the US (Prof. Nasaw, M 4:15-6:15pm)
 
MALS 70200, Metropolis: A Political, Historical, and Sociological Profile of New York (Prof. Lobel, TU 4:15-6:15pm)
 
MES 74900, Islam, Media, and Politics in the Middle East (Prof. Yesil, W 6:30-8:30pm)
 
POL 80301, Race, Nation, and Narrative (Prof. Shulman, TH 2-4pm)
 
SOC 74400, Social Inequality (Prof. Battle, M 4:15-6:15pm)
 
SOC 81900, Methods in Demographic Analysis (Prof. Heiland, W 9:30-11:30am)
 
SOC 81900, Quantitative Research Methods (Prof. Porter, TU 6:30-8:30pm)
 
SOC 82201, Computer Mapping for LA, NY, and Global Cities (Prof. Halle, W 6:30-8:30pm)
 
SOC 82301, The Sociology of New York City (Prof. Helmreich, TH 2-4pm)
 
SOC 82800, New Immigrants and Their Religions (Prof. Min, TH 11:45am-1:45pm)
 
SOC 82800, The Ethnography of Public Policy (Profs. Mollenkopf and Smith, W 4:15-6:15pm)
 
SOC 83300, Gender and Crime (Prof. Mooney, TH 6:30-8:30p)
 
SOC 84505, Law and Society (Prof. Paik, TU 4:15-6:15pm)
 
SOC 84600, Social Movements (Prof. Hammond, W 6:30-8:30pm)
 
SPAN 80000, Language, Identity, and Political Economy (Prof. del Valle, TU 11:45am-1:45pm)
 
SPAN 80200, Teaching Spanish as a Heritage Language (Prof. Lado, TH 2-4pm)