2011-2012

2011-2012 Schedule

Autumn Quarter 2011

Course Number, Course Title, Time, Professor
  • BPOLST 500*, Policy Process, T 5:45-10pm, Kochis
  • BCULST 500**, Formations of Cultural Studies, T/TH 5:45-10pm, Harewood/Krabill
  • BCULST 510**, Capstone Design and Portfolio Seminar, T 5:45-10pm, Gardner
  • BPOLST 586, Education Policy: Education, Competitiveness and Employment Policy, TH 5:45-10pm, Goldhaber, course flyer
  • BPOLST 583, Issues in Environmental Policy, W 5:45-10pm, Dolšak, course flyer
  • BCULST 587/HUM 596 B, Writing Through the Image, M 5:45-10pm, Milutis, course flyer
  • BCULST 589, Culture and Resistance in the Americas, M/W 5:45-7:45pm, Shayne, course flyer
  • BPOLST 585, Health Policy, M 5:45-10pm, Stone
  • BPOLST 506*, Capstone Project (Meetings and faculty to be arranged)
  • BPOLST 598/BCULST 598, Directed 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 591/BCULST 591, Research Colloquium - 1 credit (Meets three Tuesdays: 10/4, 3:30 - 5:30 pm; 11/1, 4:00 - 5:30 pm; 12/6, 4:00 - 5:30 pm) Speaker lineup - 10/4: Kari Lerum Introducing Human Rights to the Anti-Sex-Trafficking Agenda; 11/1: Paul Hill Portfolio School Districts and the Intrinsic Conflicts of Public Education; 12/6: Alka Kurian Representations of Masculinities in South Asian Cinema

Winter Quarter 2012

Course Number, Course Title, Time, Professor
  • BCULST 501**, Cultural Studies Research Practices, T 5:45-10:00p.m., Lerum
  • BCULST 511**, Capstone Research and Portfolio Seminar, (Faculty and meeting times to be arranged)
  • BPOLST 502*, Statistics for Policy Studies, T 5:45-10:00p.m., Carlisle
  • BPOLST 504*, Management and Organizations, T 5:45-10:00p.m., Nitta
  • BPOLST 506*, Capstone Research, To be arranged, by permission of capstone advisor
  • BPOLST 508*, Capstone Project, To be arranged, by permission of capstone advisor
  • BCULST/BPOLST 520, Internship, To be arranged
  • BPOLST 571, Policy Ethics, M 5:45-10:00p.m., Kochis, course flyer
  • BCULST 581, Approaches to Textural Research: Sex/Love, W 5:45-10:00p.m., Heuving, course flyer
  • BCULST 584, Topics in Media Culture: The Cultural Politics of Popular Music, W 5:45-10:00p.m., Harewood, course flyer
  • BPOLST 586, Issues in Education Policy: Education as Labor Policy, W 5:45-10:00, Jacoby, course flyer
  • BCULST 593/BPOLST 583, Topics in Culture and Diversity/Topics in Environmental Policy: Environmental Politics, W 5:45-10:00p.m., Gardner, course flyer
  • BCULST/BPOLST 591, Research Colloquium, To be arranged, Class meets: 1/3 (3:30-5p.m.) Alka Kurian The Politics of Hindutva South Asian Cinema, 2/7 (4:00-5:30) Ted Hiebert Playing in the Noxious Sector: Extended Practices and Artistic Interventions and 3/6 (4:00-5:30p.m.) Bill Seaburg Who's Speaking Now? Sorting Out Voices in Polyvocal Texts, course flyer
  • BCULST/BPOLST 598, Directed Research, To be arranged
  • BCULST 599, Capstone Research, To be arranged
     

Spring Quarter 2012 (tentative)

Course Number, Course Title, Time, Professor 
  • BCULST 502**, Cultural Studies as Collaboration, T 5:45-10p.m., Kochhar-Lindgren   
  • BCULST 512**, Capstone Presentation and Portfolio Seminar, T 5:45-10p.m., Ashbaugh   
  • BPOLST 501*, Public Finance and Budgeting, TH 5:45-10p.m., Jacoby   
  • BPOLST 503*, Policy Analysis and Program Evaluation, T 5:45-10p.m., Dolšak   
  • BPOLST 505*, Leadership and Organizations, T 5:45-10p.m., Nitta   
  • BPOLST 508*, Capstone Project, To be arranged, by permission of capstone advisor
  • BCULST/BPOLST 520, Internship, To be arranged
  • BPOLST 583, Issues in Environmental Policy: International Organizations & Ocean Management, T/Th 11:00-12:20p.m., Dolšak, course flyer
  • BPOLST/BCULST 591, Research Colloquium, 4/2, 5/1, 6/5
  • BCULST/BPOLST 593, Topics in Cultural Studies: Tourism as Global Culture, M 4:30-7:20p.m., Thurlow, course flyer
  • BCULST/BPOLST 593, Topics in Cultural Studies/ Policy Studies: Rethinking Marxism, W 5:45-10p.m., Charuseela, course flyer
  • BCULST/BPOLST 595, Cultural/Policy Studies Skills Workshop: Grantwriting &Grantsmanship, Meets 4 Saturdays: 4/14, 5/5, 5/19, 6/2, Drury, course flyer   
  • BCULST/BPOLST 598, Directed Research, To be arranged
  • BCULST 599, Capstone Research, To be arranged

 

*MAPS required course
**MACS required course

  

Outside Courses

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