Final SFS Spring Class Visit List 2019
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Department
Course NumberCourse NameProfessor (first last)Days (M,T,W,R,F)TimeLocation (building and room number)Professor Approval RequiredProfessor EmailNo Visit Dates
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CULP 45Theorizing Culture and Politics*Catherine ChandlerM, W2:00-3:15 pmCar Barn 306Yeskfc9@georgetown.eduMarch 4; March 6; April 22
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ECON243International Economics*Robert CumbyM, W3:30-4:45pmICC 105Yescumbyr@georgetown.eduMarch 4, March 6, April 22
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GBUS491CLAB: Startup Studio (Entrepreneurship)*Dale MurphyT3:30-6:00pmCar Barn 205AYesddm41@georgetown.eduMarch 5.
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GBUS454International Business and Investment Negotiations*Theodore H MoranT
11:00am-1:30pm
Car Barn 172Yesmorant@georgetown.eduMarch 5.
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GBUS466International Financial Markets*Robert CumbyM, W12:30-1:45pmHealy 103Yescumbyr@georgetown.eduMarch 4, March 6, April 22
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GBUS477Public Interest & Common Good: Ethical Theory and Praxis*Dale MurphyR3:30-6:00pmWhite Gravenor 409Yesddm41@georgetown.eduMarch 7, April 18
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GBUS 400Business, Accounting and Finance*Gerald D. SolomonW3:30-6:00pmICC 108Yesgdsolomon1@gmail.comMarch 6.
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GOVT264Contemporary US Foreign Policy*Robert J. LieberM, W
11:00am-12:15pm
ICC 101 Yeslieberr@georgetown.edu
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GOVT265International Law and War*Anthony Clark ArendT5:00-7:30pmReiss 112Yesarenda@georgetown.eduMarch 5.
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GOVT60International Relations*Caitlin TalmadgeT, R
11:00am-12:15pm
ICC AuditoriumYesct782@georgetown.eduMarch 5, March 7, April 9, April 18
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GOVT60International Relations*David EdelsteinT, R3:30-4:45pmReiss 103Yesdavid.edelstein@georgetown.eduMarch 5, March 7, April 18
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GOVT260International Security*Matthew KroenigM, W5:00-6:15 pmMaguire 102Yesmatthew.kroenig@gmail.comMarch 4, March 6, April 22
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GOVT270Nuclean Weapons in World Polit*Matthew KroenigM, W3:30-4:45pmCar Barn 201Yesmatthew.kroenig@gmail.comMarch 4, March 6, April 22
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GOVT450Politics of East Central Europe*Kathleen SmithM, W
11:00am-12:15pm
ICC 118Yeskes8@georgetown.eduMarch 4, March 6, April 22
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GOVT 40Comparative Political Systems*Charles KingT, R5:00-6:15pmICC AuditoriumYeskingch@georgetown.eduMarch 5, March 7, April 18
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GOVT 368Department Seminar: The Environment and International Politics*George ShambaughT, R
11:00am-12:15pm
ICC 208AYes
george.shambaugh@georgetown.edu
March 5, March 7, April 18
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HIST305Global History: Frontiers*Erick D. LangerT5:00-7:30pmReiss 559Yeslangere@georgetown.eduMarch 5.
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HIST226History of Korea in NE Asia*Christine KimT, R12:30-1:45pmICC 108Yescjk25@georgetown.eduMarch 5, March 7, April 18
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HIST458Mexico, Mexicans, and U.S.*John M. TutinoR2:00-4:30pmWalsh 492Yestutinoj@georgetown.eduMarch 7, April 18
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HIST107Pacific World*Carol A. BenedictT, R2:00-2:50 pmWhite Gravenor 201 AYesbenedicc@georgetown.eduMarch 5, March 7, April 18
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IECO222Game Theory for Policy Makers*Lidia CerianiT, R3:30-4:45pmWalsh 392Yeslidia.ceriani@georgetown.eduFebruary 28, March 5, March 7, April 18
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INAF180Energy Disasters and Possible Solutions*Father Christian WagnerT, R9:30-10:45amCar Barn 302AYescw1017@georgetown.eduFebruary 14, March 5, March 7, March 26, April 16, April 18, April 25
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INAF442
Human Rights, Humanitarian Crises & Refugees:Ethical & Religious Responses*
David HollenbachM2:00-4:30pmICC 231Yesdavid.hollenbach@georgetown.eduMarch 4, April 22
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INAF8Map of the Modern World*Mark GiordanoW5:00-5:50pmReiss 103Yesmg1382@georgetown.eduMarch 6.
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INAF288Nuclear Weapons and International Security*Robert L. GalucciT3:30-6:00pmICC 214Yesgalluccr@georgetown.eduFebruary 12, March 5
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INAF403Sex and Power in the Islamic Tradition*Jonathan BrownT, R12:30-1:45 pmICC 270Yesbrownj2@georgetown.eduMarch 5, March 7, April 18
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INAF 336Calderwood Public Writing Seminar*
Elizabeth Grimm Arsenault
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9:30am-12:00pm
New North 202Yesejg28@georgetown.eduMarch 4, April 22
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INAF 8Map of the Modern World*Mark GiordanoW4:00-4:50pmReiss 103Yesmg1382@georgetown.eduMarch 6.
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INAF 455Migrant and Refugee Children: Best Practices*Katharine DonatoT
9:30am-12:00pm
St. Mary's Hall 124Yeskmd285@georgetown.eduMarch 5.
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INAF/JCIV182Death, the Soul and the Afterlife*Ori Z. SoltesT, R12:30-1:45pmReiss 283Yessolteso@georgetown.eduMarch 5, March 7, April 18
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INAF/JCIV217God and the Goal Posts*Ori Z. SoltesT, R 2:00-3:15pmICC 102Yessolteso@georgetown.eduMarch 5, March 7, April 18
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INAF/JCIV138Implications of the Holocaust*Ori Z. SoltesT, R3:30-4:45pmICC 104Yessolteso@georgetown.eduMarch 5, March 7, April 18
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IPEC314International Development Organization Research Agenda*Lidia CerianiT
11:00am-12:15pm
Car Barn 306Yeslidia.ceriani@georgetown.eduFebruary 28, March 5
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IPEC314International Development Organization Research Agenda*Lidia CerianiR
11:00am-12:15pm
Car Barn 303Yeslidia.ceriani@georgetown.eduFebruary 28, March 7, April 18
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IPOL410Foundations of Grand Strategy*John R. McNeillM6:30-9:00pmWhite Gravenor 407Yesmcneillj@georgetown.eduMarch 4, April 22
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JCIV/THEO 15Blacks and Jews in America*Jacques BerlinerblauM, W12:30-1:45pmCar Barn 202Yesjdb75@georgetown.eduMarch 4, March 6, April 22
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REES451Power and Wealth in Russia*Andrew KuchinsM3:30-6:00 pmWhite Gravenor 209Yesack5@georgetown.eduMarch 4, April 22
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REES458Spies and Files*Dennis DeletantT12:30-3:00pmReiss 281Yesddeletant@gmail.comMarch 5.
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REES465The Police State, Lustration and Transitional Justice*Dennis DeletantW2:00-4:30 pmICC 216Yesddeletant@gmail.comMarch 6.
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STIA305Science and Technology in the International Arena*Mark GiordanoM, W
11:00am-12:15pm
ICC 115Yesmg1382@georgetown.eduMarch 4, March 6, April 22
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