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Course Offerings Fall 2019


Core Course

Required IMS Classes Course title Course Number Schedule/Instructor
IMS International Migration       82800 Thursday
415-515pm
Foner/Alba
IMS Research Methods in International Migration       81100 Monday
630-830pm
Phil Kasinitz

Elective Courses

This is a non-exhaustive list of elective courses offered in Fall 2019.  Course offerings are subject to change.  IMS students wishing to take other classes should consult with the Program Director.
 

 
 
PRE Approved IMS Classes
 
 
 
 
Course title
 
 
Course number
 
 
Schedule
 
 
Topic
Anthropology Revolution & Counter Revolution in Latin America 73300 Tuesday 415-615 Latin America
Anthropology Anthro of Mid-East & Indian Ocean 73900 Friday
1115-1215
Mid-East/Asia
EES (Im)migration & the State 79903 Tuesday
2pm-4pm
Immigration
Spanish Contemporary Spanish & Mexican Cinema & Television 87000 Wednesday
630-830
Latin America
Urban Education Quantitative Research Methods in Urban Education 74100 Monday
630-830
Methods
History History of US Labor & Capitalism 75500 Thursday
415-615
History
History Rural History of Latin America & Caribbean 77300 Thursday
415-615
History
Political Science Urban Politics & Policy 72500 Monday
630-830
Politics of inequality
Political Science Comparative Politics & International Migration 87609 Wednesday
630-830
Migration
Political Science Public policy 83502 Monday
415-615
Urban studies core seminar II
Sociology Department Electives Course title Course Number Schedule Instructor
Soc Gender & Globalization 73200 Monday
2pm-4pm
 
Eisenstein
Soc Immigrant New York 82800 Tuesday
415-515pm
Tran
Soc Computer Mapping LA, NY & Global Cities 82301 Wednesday
630-830pm
Halle
Soc Voices of the City:
accessibility, reciprocity, and self-representation in place-based community research
82905 Thursday
2pm-4pm
Hum/Kanakamedala
Soc Doing Visual Research 81500 Tuesday
415-615
Luttrell
Soc Geo Social Demography & Demography of the Disadvantage 81100 Thursday
630-830pm
Porter
Soc Ethnography Methods & Research Design 81200 Thursday
630-830pm
Smith