2010-2011

2010-2011 Schedule

Autumn Quarter 2010

Course Number, Course Title, Time, Professor
Courses are 5 credits unless otherwise listed.
  • BPOLST 583A /BCULST 593C, Issues in Environmental Policy, Meeting time T/Th 10:30-11:50 am (UW Seattle) or independent study (offered through BPOLST 598 or BCULST 598), Dolsak course flyer
  • BPOLST 592A /BCULST 592A, Topics in Policy Research: Strategies & Practices/ Topics in Cultural Research: Strategies & Practices (Qualitative Inquiry), M 5:45-10 pm, Carlisle course flyer
  • BPOLST 576, Education Policy and Politics, M/W 5:45-7:45 pm, Nitta course flyer
  • BCULST 587, Topics in Arts & Cultural Practice: Visual Storytelling, W 5:45-10 pm, Yum course flyer
  • BCULST 593B, Topics in Cultural Studies: Power and Practice, W 5:45-10 pm, Roberts course flyer
  • BPOLST 500*, Policy Process, T 5:45-10 pm, Dolsak
  • BCULST 510**, Capstone Design & Portfolio Seminar, T 5:45-10 pm, Gardner
  • BCULST 500**, Formations of Cultural Studies, T/TH 5:45-10 pm, Harewood/Krabill
  • BPOLST 506*, Capstone Research, (Meetings and faculty to be arranged)
  • BPOLST 520/BCULST 520, Internship Policy Studies prerequisites: BPOLST 500 and BPOLST 502; Cultural Studies prerequisites: BCULST 500, (Meetings and faculty to be arranged)
  • BPOLST 598/BCULST 598, Directed Research, (Meetings and faculty to be arranged)
  • BPOLST 591/BCULST 591, Research Colloquium - 1 credit (Meets three Tuesdays: 10/5 3:30 - 5:30 pm; 11/2 4:00 - 5:30 pm; 12/7 4:00 - 5:30 pm) Speaker lineup - 10/5: Diane Gillespie Human Rights from the Bottom Up: How Culture Matters; 11/2: Dan Jacoby and Keith Nitta Teachers Unions and the Current Challenges of Educational Reform; 12/7: Ron Krabill, Angelica Macklin, and Georgia Roberts My World Cup

 *MAPS required course
**MACS required course

Other courses that may be of interest:

  • HUM 595A: Poverty, Democracy, and Public Scholarship. Instructors: Katharyne Mitchell and Victoria Lawson (Geography), with Ananya Roy (UC Berkeley). 1 credit (C/NC). Course flyer Time schedule
  • HUM 595B/L ARCH 598N/ G H 590H: Now Urbanism. Instructor: Michael Powe (Landscape Architecture). 3 credits. Course flyer Time schedule
  • HUM 597A: Robin D.G. Kelley: Cultural Politics and Social Movements. Instructor: Louis Chude-Sokei (English). 1 credit (C/NC). Course flyer Time schedule 
  • B EDUC 522: Education and the American Dream W 4:30-7:00 pm UW2-221, Jane Van Galen Time schedule

Winter Quarter 2011

Course Number, Course Title, Time, Professor
  • BCULST 511**, Capstone Research & Portfolio Seminar (Meetings and faculty to be arranged)
  • BPOLST 502*, Statistics for Policy Studies T 5:45-10 pm, Hillyard
  • BPOLST 504*, Management & Organizations T 5:45-10 pm, Nitta
  • BCULST 501**, Cultural Studies Research Practices  T 5:45-10 pm, D. Gillespie
  • BCULST 584, Media & Representation W 5:45-10 pm, Harewood course flyer 
  • BPOLST 593A/BCULST 593A, Non-Profit Organizations W 5:45-10 pm, Thomas course flyer 
  • BPOLST 593B/BCULST 589, Development & Globalization W 5:45-10 pm, Gardner course flyer 
  • BPOLST 585/BCULST 593B, Health Policy TH 5:45-10 pm, Stone
  • BCULST 582, Approaches to Performance-based Methods, TH 5:45-10 pm, K Kochhar-Lindgren course flyer 
  • BCULST 598, Topics in Global Cultural Studies: Culture and Resistance in the Americas, T/TH 11 am - 1 pm, Shayne course flyer 
  • BPOLST 520/BCULST 520, Internship, Policy Studies prerequisites: BPOLST 500 and BPOLST 502; Cultural Studies prerequisites: BCULST 500 (Meetings and faculty to be arranged)
  • BPOLST 598/BCULST 598, Directed Research, (Meetings and faculty to be arranged)
  • BPOLST 591/BCULST 591, Research Colloquium - 1 credit (Meets three Tuesdays (dates and speakers TBA)

Spring Quarter 2011

Course Number, Course Title, Time, Professor
  • BCULST 593, Topics in Cultural Studies: Human Rights and Resistance
    M/W 5:45-7:45 pm, Kurian,  Course Flyer
  • BCULST 586, Topics in Arts and Cultural Policy: Arts in Seattle M 5:45-10 pm, Edwards, Course Flyer
  • BPOLST 503*, Policy Analysis T 5:45-10 pm, Dolšak
  • BPOLST 505*, Leadership & Organizations T 5:45-10 pm, Nitta,
  • BCULST 502**, Cultural Studies as Collaboration T 5:45-10 pm, Stewart
  • BCULST 512**, Capstone Portfolio & Presentation T 5:45-10 pm, Ashbaugh
  • BPOLST 501*, Public Finance & Budgeting TH 5:45-10 pm, Jacoby,
  • BCULST 593, Topics in Cultural Studies: Discourse & Sex/uality T/Th 9:30 - 10:20 am (UW Seattle), Thurlow,
  • BPOLST 595/BCULST 595, Grantwriting & Grantsmanship (2 credits) Scheduled for specific dates 9:30-2:00pm : 4/9, 4/23, 5/7, 5/21, Course Flyer
  • BPOLST 508*, Capstone Project (Meetings and faculty to be arranged)
  • BPOLST 520/BCULST 520, Internship,  Policy Studies prerequisites: BPOLST 500 and BPOLST 502, Cultural Studies prerequisites: BCULST 500 (Meetings and faculty to be arranged)
  • BPOLST 598/BCULST 598, Directed Research (Meetings and faculty to be arranged)
  • BPOLST 591/BCULST 591, Research Colloquium - 1 credit (Meets three Tuesdays (dates and speakers TBA)

*MAPS required course
**MACS required course

  

Outside Courses

Students wishing to receive elective credit for courses taken in other departments (either at UW Bothell or UW Seattle) must fill out a Request for Outside Coursework form and obtain faculty approval.