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Faculty Teaching Courses in International Studies

Heike C. Alberts, Associate Professor of Geography/Ph.D., University of Minnesota

  • 50-102 World Regional Geography
  • 50-111 Human Geography
  • 50-319 Latin America
  • 50-331 Europe

Michael C. Baltutis, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies/Ph.D. University of Iowa

  • 87-102 World Religions
  • 87-110 Honors: World Religions
  • 87-221 The Hindu Tradition
  • 87-222 Buddhism
  • 87-338 Comparative Religions Ritual
  • 87-340 Hindu Myth and Ritual
  • 87-354 Buddhist Myth and Ritual

Franca R. Barricelli, Associate Professor of History/Ph.D., University of Wisconsin Madison

  • 57-102 Modern Civilization
  • 57-308 Renaissance Europe
  • 57-316 Romanticism and Revolution in Europe
  • 57-323 Old Regime, French Revolution and Napoleon, 1763-1815
  • 57-329 Culture/Soc in 18th Cent Europe
  • 57-412 European Hist Seminar

Peter J. Brown, Associate Professor of Anthropology/Ph.D., University of California

  • 21-122 World Ethnography
  • 21-232 Cultural Anthropology
  • 21-274 Language in Culture
  • 21-322 People/Culture of Africa
  • 21-328 Peasant and Contemporary Cultures of Latin America
  • 21-348 Economy, Nature, and Culture
  • 21-360 Mesoamerican Culture

Catherine M. Bryan, Professor of Foreign Language/Ph.D. University of Minnesota

  • 49-320 Survey of Latin American Literature I
  • 49-325 Survey of Latin American Literature II
  • 49-364 Special Topics: Latin American Literature
  • 49-375 Masterpieces of Spanish-American Literature in English Translation
  • 59-420 Seminar in Latin American Studies

John R. Burr, Professor of Philosophy/Ph.D., Columbia University

  • 76-211 Philosophy in India

Laurence Carlin, Associate Professor of Philosophy/ Ph. D. Rice University

  • 76-305 History of Modern Philosophy

Rocio Cortes, Associate Professor of Foreign Languages/Ph.D., University of Wisconsin Madison

  • 49-320 Survey of Latin American Literature
  • 49-334 Latin American Civilization
  • 49-Special Topics: Latin American Literature

Andrzej Dziedzic, Professor or Foreign Languages/ Ph.D. Northwestern University

  • 41-315 Survey of French Lit I

Lane R. Earns, Professor of History/Ph.D., University of Hawaii

  • 57-101 Early Civilization
  • 57-375 Traditional Japan
  • 57-376 Modern Japan
  • 57-377 Traditional China
  • 57-378 Modern China

James W. Frey, Associate Professor of History/Ph.D., University of Wisconsin – Madison

  • 57-101 Early Civilization
  • 57-348 Ancient and Medieval India
  • 57-349 Modern India
  • 57-351 Gender in Indian History
  • 57-383 Traditional Middle East, 330-1789
  • 57-413 Non-Western History Seminar 

R. Daniel Gier, Professor of Foreign Languages/Ph.D. University of Texas

  • 49-318 Survey of Spanish Literature II

David Gomez-Torres, Professor of Foreign Languages/Ph.D., University of Tennessee

  • 49-315 Survey of Spanish Literature I
  • 49-318 Survey of Spanish Literature II
  • 49-325 Latin American Literature
  • 49-332 Spanish Civilization
  • 49-404 Golden Age Literature
  • 49-412 The 20th Century

Eleana Gonzalez-Muntaner, Associate Professor of Foreign Languages/Ph.D., Florida International University

  • 49-325 Survey of Latin American Literature II

Kenneth J. Grieb, Professor of History/Ph.D., Indiana University

  • 59-205/206/207 Contemporary International Issues
  • 59-227 Practicum in Diplomatic Practice
  • 59-228 Honors: Practicum in Diplomatic Practice
  • 59-302 U.S. National Security Policy
  • 59-308/508 Revolution and Development
  • 59-309 Honors: Revolution and Development
  • 59-315 Perspectives on a Nuclear Age
  • 59-321 Central American Culture
  • 59-341/541 Multinational Corporations in the International System
  • 59-364 International Negotiation
  • 59-402/403 Senior Seminar in International Studies

Monika Hohbein-Deegen, Associate Professor of Foreign Language/Ph.D., University of Cincinnati

  • 43-308 Intro to German Lit
  • 43-323 Multicultural Germany

Michael P. Jasinski, Associate Professor of Political Science/Ph.D. University of Georgia

  • 84-101 Introduction to Comparative Politics
  • 84-115 International Politics
  • 84-322 International Political Economy
  • 84-336 Russian Politics (EU)
  • 84-352 The Politics of National Security
  • 84-376 International Conflict 

Ana Maria Kapelusz-Poppi, Associate Professor of History/Ph.D., University of Illinois-Chicago

  • 57-101 Early Civilization
  • 57-102 Modern Civilization
  • 57-346 Gender in Lat Am History
  • 57-347 Mexican History
  • 57-381 Latin America to 1825
  • 57-382 Modern Latin America

Jeffrey Kaplan, Associate Professor of Religious Studies/Ph.D. University of Chicago

  • 87-102 World Religions
  • 87-240 Islam
  • 87-372 Religious Radicalism and Globalization
  • 87-380 Terrorism and Religious Violence
  • 87-381 Terrorism and Religious Applications and Issues

Alan H. Lareau, Professor of Foreign Languages/Ph.D., University of Wisconsin Madison

  • 43-321 Survey of German Literature III

Karl E. Lowenstein, Associate Professor of History/Ph.D., Duke University

  • 57-101 Early Civilization
  • 57-102 Modern Civilization
  • 57-350 Modern East-Central Europe
  • 57-370 Imperial Russia
  • 57-371 Modern Russia
  • 57-412 European Hist Seminar

Michelle Mouton, Associate Professor of History/Ph.D., University of Minnesota

  • 57-102 Modern Civilization
  • 57-319 Europe Since 1919
  • 57-332 Third Reich 1919-1945
  • 57-334 Women in Modern European History
  • 57-380 Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, 1919-1945
  • 57-412 European History Seminar

Francis Ngaboh-Smart, Associate Professor of English/Ph.D. University of Georgia

  • 38-227 Modern World Lit
  • 38-358 Postcolonial Lit
  • 38-367 African Literature

Anthony J. Palmeri, Professor of Communication/Ph.D. Wayne State University

  • 96-337 Foundations of Speech Communication Theory
  • 96-427 Speech Criticism

Arthur J. Pontynen, Professor of Art/Ph.D., University of Iowa

  • 22-109 Art of the Western World
  • 22-310 Art History, Ancient Art
  • 22-311 Art History, Medieval Art
  • 22-313 Art History, European Renaissance and Mannerist Art, 15th and 16th Centuries
  • 22-317 Art History, Art of India, China, and Japan
  • 22-320 Art History, European Art, 19th Century
  • 22-321 Art History, 1900-1945

Kimberly A. Rivers, Professor of History/Ph.D. University of Toronto

  • 57-101 Early Civilization
  • 57-306 The Crusades
  • 57-304 Early Middle Ages 476-1122
  • 57-305 Late Middle Ages 1122-1517
  • 57-310 Reformation Europe
  • 57-372 Medieval Britain to 1485
  • 57-412 European History Seminar

Denise Robson, Associate Professor of Economics/PH. D. University of Nebraska

  • 36-420 International Trade and Finance

Michael A. Rutz, Professor of History/Ph.D., Washington

  • 57-102 Modern Civilization
  • 57-318 Modern and National Europe
  • 57-359 Africa: 1800 – Present
  • 57-360 Africa: 1652 - Present
  • 57-372 Medieval Britain to 1485
  • 57-373 Britain and Ireland 1485-1714
  • 57-374 Britain and Ireland 1714-1914

Druscilla Scribner, Associate Professor of Political Science/Ph.D., University of California-San Diego

  • 84-326 Politics of Development
  • 84-379 Latin American Government and Politics
  • 84-382 Latin American International Relations

David J. Siemers, Professor of Political Science/Ph.D. University of Wisconsin Madison

  • 84-355 Modern Political Thought

Tracy Slagter, Associate Professor of Political Science/Ph. D. University of Iowa

  • 84-309 Comparative West European Politics
  • 84-392 International Law andOrganizations

Angela Gray Subulwa, Associate Professor of Geography/Ph.D., University of Kansas

  • 50-102 World Regional Geography
  • 50-202 Human Geography
  • 50-321 Political Geography
  • 50-353 Sub-Saharan Africa
  • 50-354 Middle East and North Africa
  • 50-451 Advanced Topics in Human Geography

Elizabeth I. Wade-Sirabian, Professor of Foreign Language/ Ph.D., University of Illinois

  • 43-315 Survey of German Literature I
  • 43-330 German Civilization

Kasimierz J. Zaniewski, Professor of Geography/Ph.D. University of Wisconsin Milwaukee

  • 50-102 World Regional Geography
  • 50-213 Population Geography
  • 50-331 Europe
  • 50-338 Russian Realm

 

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