Gov 94 Seminars

Every Government concentrator is required to take at least one Government 94. Syllabi for Spring term Gov 94 seminars will be available online as they become available. Please note that you must enter the lottery to take a Gov 94; every effort will be made to grant your first or second choice. Note that Spring 2021 Gov 94 seminars will be scheduled after enrollment, to best accommodate the time preferences of the students.

The online Gov 94 lottery form must be submitted by 6 p.m. on Tuesday, January 19. Students who fail to submit a 94 lottery form on time will receive last priority in the assignment of seminars. Students will be notified of the lottery results no later than January 20.





Shopping Information (see Canvas sites for Zoom links)

BF #AbolishPolice: The Politics of Public Safety in the Age of Social Media Halen Tues, Jan 19, 2pm and 4:30pm
CP Political Economy of the Environment Gard-Murray

Fri, Jan 15, 3:30pm and Tues, Jan 19, 2:30pm

DB Meritocracy and Its Critics  Sandel Tues, Jan 19,  9:45-10:15am
DN Mapping Social and Environmental Space Kelly Tues, Jan 19, 1pm
DT The Authoritarian Turn in Central and Eastern Europe Ekiert Tues, Jan 19, 2-3pm
EM Crime, Responsibility, and the Law Katsh

Tues, Jan 19, 2-3pm

HS The Success and Failure of Protest Movements Hummel Fri, Jan 15, 1-2pm
IA Sino-US Relations in an Era of Rising Chinese Power Johnston  
JW Democracy in Practice in the Global South Weaver Fri, Jan 15, 3pm and Tues, Jan 19, 1pm
KJ The Psychology of International Politics Kertzer Fri, Jan 15, 12pm
MK The Politics of Land, Resources, and Colonialism in North America Mazer  
ND Global Cities in East Asia Dillon Fri, Jan 15, 1 pm and Mon,  Jan 18, 8 pm
NW Politics of Nuclear Weapons S. Rosen  
OA Inequality and American Democracy Skocpol Fri, Jan 15, 12-12:30pm
RP Who Gets Represented? Smith  
TR The Politics of Economic Inequality Remington  
YG Global Ethnic Politics Ayee Fri, Jan 15, 3pm
YW Comparative Political Development Wang