The 2013-13 Academic Year

Fall 2013
210A-Classical Social Theory (Meyer, D.)

The 2012-13 Academic Year

Fall 2012
219B-Elections and Voting (Wattenberg, M.)
252A-The State in Comparative Perspective (Solinger, D.)
230A-Race & Ethnicity (Robnett-Olsen, B.)
241A-Political Sociology (Amenta, E.)

Winter 2013
219-Comparative Judicial Politics (Kapiszewski, D.)
245A-U.S. Ethnic Politics (DeSipio, L.)
239-Immigration, Race & Amer. Dream (Lee,J.)
240-Social Movements (Meyer, D.)

Spring 2013
270C-Public Choice III, Social Theory (McGann, A.)
239-Race/Ethnicity and Opportunity Structures (Lee, J.)
240A-Social Movements (Meyer, D./Snow, D.)
249-Comparative Contentious Politics (Yang,S.) The 2011-12 Academic Year

The  2011-12 Academic Year

Fall 2011
PS219C-U.S. Media & Elections (Wattenberg, M.)
SOC230A-Race & Ethnicity (Bailey, S./Feliciano, C.)
SOC289-Economic Sociology (Bandelj, N.)
PS232A-Intro to Voting Theory (Kaminki, M.)
SOC241-Political Sociology (Amenta, E./Bolzendahl, C.)

Winter 2012
SOC 240A-Social Movements (Meyer, D./Snow, D.)
SOC249-Deliberation and Democracy (Polletta, F.)
SOC 239-Contemporary Race & Ethnicity Theory (Robnett-Olsen, B.)
PS253B-Regime Change in East Asia (Solinger, D.)  

Spring 2012
PS219A-Comparative Constitutional Politics (Kapiszewski, D.)
PS219F-Public Law (Smith, C.)
SOC239-Social Movements Outcomes (Robnett-Olsen, B.)

The 2010-2011 Academic Year

Fall 2010
PS252F-Political Culture and Democracy (Dalton, R.)
PS 219D-Public Opionion (Tate, K.)
SOC 24A-Social Movements (Meyer, D./Snow, D.)

Winter 2011
SOC279-Institutional Theory (Schofer, E.)
SOC230A-Race and Ehtnicity ((Robnett-Olsen, B.)
SOC239-Immigration, Race, and Ethnicity (Lee, J.)
PS219A-The American Dream (Beckmann, M./Wattenberg, M.)
PS219D-Postwar Presidents (Goodman, S.)
PS252A-The State in a Comparative Perspective (Solinger, D.)

Spring 2011
SOC249-Genocide and Masss Killings (Su, Y./Snow, D.)
PS219C-Comparative Constitutional Politics (Kapiszewski, D.)
SOC2790-Gender, Family and Welfare State (Bolzendahl, C.)
 

The 2009-10 Academic Year:
The Required Courses for CSD Fellows for 2009/2010 are as follows:

Fall 2009
Required for all first year CSD students
Political Science 219F - Democratic Theory (Schonfeld, W.)

Required for all second year CSD students, one of the following:
Political Science 219F - Democratic Theory (Schonfeld, W.)
Sociology 230A – Race and Ethnicity (Robnett, B.)

Winter 2010
Required for all first year CSD students
Political Science 245A – US Ethnic Politics (Desipio,L)

Required for all second year CSD students, one of the following:
Political Science 219 – Old and New Democracies (Tverdova, Y.)
Political Science 219 – US in Comparative Perspective (Grofman, B.)
Political Science 245A – US Ethnic Politics (DeSipio, L)
Sociology 239 – Social Inequality (Penner)

Spring 2010
Required for all first year CSD students
Political Science 260B – Political Participation (Uhlaner, C)

Required for all second year CSD students, one of the following:
Political Science 260B – Political Participation (Uhlaner, C)
Sociology 239 – Inequality (Huffman, M.)

The 2008-09 Academic Year:
The Required Courses for CSD Fellows for 2008/2009 are as follows:

Fall 2008
Required for all first and second year CSD Fellows:
Sociology 240A – Social Movements (Professors Snow and Meyer)

Only if you have already taken this course, you may substitute one of the following:

Political Science 219B - Comparative Legal Institutions (Professor Smith)
Political Science 232B - Electoral Systems (Professor Taagepera)

Winter 2009
Required for all first and second year CSD Fellows:
Sociology 249 – Post-Communist Societies (Professors Bandelj and Wang Feng)

Only if you have already taken this course, you may substitute one of the following:

Political Science 219 - Race, Gender, and Politics (Professor Tate)
Political Science 252A - The State in Comparative Perspective (Professor Solinger)

Spring 2009
Required for all first and second year CSD Fellows:
Political Science 252F - Political Culture and Democracy (Professor Dalton)

Only if you have already taken this course, you may substitute one of the following:

Political Science 219F - Law Courts in Emerging Democracies (Professor Kapiszewski)
Political Science 270C  - Topics in Public Choice – Empirical Democratic Theory (Professor Grofman)
Sociology 249 - The Welfare State (Professor Bolzendahl)

The 2007-08 Academic Year:

During the 2007-08 academic year the series of democracy courses include the following seminars (as well as optional courses in Political Science, Sociology or other social science departments):

Fall Quarter: Democratic Theory with Dr. Schonfeld (Polisci 219e) and/or Political Participation with Dr. Uhlaner (Polisci 260b)
Winter: US in Comparative Perpective with Dr. Groffman (Polisci 252a) and/or Immigrant Incorporation with Dr. Bean (Sociol 236)
Spring: Inequality with Dr. Matt Huffman (Sociol 239) and/or Movements, Organizations, and Society with Dr. Mayer Zald (Sociol 259)

The 2006-07 Academic Year:

Fall Quarter: Political Consequences of Social Movements, Edwin Amenta and/or Political Culture and Democracy, Russell Dalton
Winter: Ethnic Politics, Louis DeSipio and/or Post-Communist Societies, Wang Feng and Nina Bandelj
Spring: Public Policy, Helen Ingram and/or Gender, Family and the Welfare State, Catherine Bolzendahl

The 2005-06 Academic Year:

Fall Quarter: Social Movements, David Meyer and David Snow and/or Comparative Public Policy, Freddi and Grofman
Winter: Law, Inequality, and Mobilization, Francesca Polletta and/or Young and Old Democracies, Yuliya Tverdova
Spring: Democratic Theory, William Schonfeld and/or Regime Change in East Asia, Dorothy Solinger

The 2004-05 Academic Year:

Fall Quarter: Political Culture and Democracy, Russell Dalton
Winter: Democratic Institutions and Electoral Choice, Hans-Dieter Klingemann, (WZB), and/or Post-communist Societies, Nina Bandelj and Wang Feng,
Spring: The State in Comparative Perspective, Dorothy Solinger and/or Democratic Theory, William Schonfeld

The 2003-04 Academic Year:

Fall Quarter: Social Movements, David Meyer and David Snow
Winter: Electoral Systems Seminar, Rein Taagepera
Spring: Bureaucracy and Democracy, William Schonfeld

The 2002-03 Academic Year:

Fall Quarter: Political Participation, Carole Uhlaner
Winter: Political Parties, Party Competition and Democracy , Hans-Dieter Klingemann (WZB)
Spring: Empirical Democratic Theory, William Schonfeld

The 2001-02 Academic Year:

Fall Quarter: Problems of Regime Transition, Hans-Dieter Klingemann (WZB)
Winter: Social Movements, David Meyer

The 2000-01 Academic Year:

Fall Quarter: Political Parties and Democracies, Ian Budge (U. Essex) and Russell Dalton
Winter: Electoral Systems, Rein Taagepera
Spring: Political Participation, Carole Uhlaner

The 1999-2000 Academic Year:

Fall Quarter: The State in Comparative Perspective, Dorothy Solinger (Political Sci., UCI)
Winter: Representation and Electoral Systems, Bernie Grofman (Political Science, UCI)
Spring: Social Movements, David Meyer (Sociology, UCI)

The 1998-99 Academic Year:

Fall Quarter: Electoral Systems Seminar, Rein Taagepera (Political Science, UCI)
Winter: Comparative Political Sociology, David Smith (Sociology, UCI)
Winter (opt): Comparative Democratic Politics, Bernard Grofman (Political Science, UCI) and Arend Lijphart (Political Science, UCSD)
Spring: Political Culture, Harry Eckstein (Political Science, UCI)

The 1997-98 Academic Year:

Fall Quarter: Democracy and Institution Building, Hans-Dieter Klingemann (WZB) and Russell Dalton (UCI)
Winter: Conditions of Democracy, Harry Eckstein (Political Science, UCI)
Spring: States and Democratization, John Torpey (Sociology, UCI)

The 1996-97 Academic Year:

Fall Quarter: Political Culture, Harry Eckstein (Political Science, UCI)
Winter: Electoral Systems Seminar, Rein Taagepera (Political Science, UCI)
Spring: Topics in Social Movements, Judith Stepan-Norris (Sociology, UCI)

The 1995-96 Academic Year:

Fall Quarter: Conditions of Democracy, Harry Eckstein (Political Science, UCI)
Winter: The U.S. in Comparative Perspective, Bernard Grofman (Political Science, UCI) and Arend Lijphart (Political Science, UCSD)
Spring: Comparative Political Sociology, David Smith (Sociology, UCI)

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