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Below find a list of the courses we are offering in International Affairs. To view the current catalog, click here.  For Banner, click here.

Spring 2020 Course Offerings

INTL 1101:  Globalization and International Affairs
Professor Ioannis Livanis
Professor Panagoula (Youly) Diamanti-Karanou
Professor Peter Fraunholtz – online for minors and non-majors

INTL 1150:  The Mediterranean World: An Overview
Professor Tony Jones

INTL 1160: Middle East Studies
Professor Val Moghadam

INTL 2240: Global Population and Development
Professor Tony Jones

INTL 2480: Women and World Politics
Professor Val Moghadam

INTL 3400: International Conflict and Negotiation
Professor Panagoula (Youly) Diamanti-Karanou

INTL 4700: Senior Capstone
Professor Berna Turam
Professor Robert Cross
Professor Laura Kuhl (online)
Professor Denis Sullivan

INTL 5100: Climate and Development *NEW COURSE*
Professor Laura Kuhl

INTL 5400: Cities in a Global Context
Professor Zoltan Gluck

 

Fall 2019 Course Offerings

INTL 1000:  International Affairs at Northeastern
Professor Berna Turam

INTL 1101:  Globalization and International Affairs
Professor Ioannis Livanis
Professor Panagoula (Youly) Diamanti-Karanou
Professor Risa Amano
Professor Emily Clough

INTL 2200:  America and the Middle East
Professor Denis Sullivan

INTL/AFRS 2464: Natural Resources and Sustainable Development (cross-listed with AFRS)
Professor Kwamina Panford

INTL 2718: Research Methods in International Affairs
Professor Amilcar Barreto 

INTL/JRNL 3300:  Covering conflicts: Peace, War, and the Media (cross-listed with JRNL)
Professor James Ross

INTL 3400:  International Conflict and Negotiation
Professor Denise Garcia Lapon
Professor Panagoula (Youly) Diamanti-Karanou

INTL 4700:  Senior Capstone
Professor Valentine Moghadam
Professor Mai’a Cross

Spring 2019

INTL 1101:  Globalization and International Affairs
Professor Risa Amano
Professor Ioannis Livanis
Professor Emily Clough

INTL 3250:  Democracy and Development in North Africa and the Mediterranean
Professor Peter Fraunholtz

INTL 3400:  International Conflict and Negotiation
Professor Panagoula Diamanti-Karanou

INTL 4700:  Senior Capstone
Professor Robert Cross
Professor Amilcar Barreto
Professor Thomas Jones 

Fall 2018

INTL 1000:  International Affairs at Northeastern
Professor Berna Turam

INTL 1101:  Globalization and International Affairs
Professor Tiffany Joseph
Professor Ioannis Livanis
Professor Panagoula Diamanti-Karanou
Professor Peter Fraunholtz (online)

INTL 1150:  The Mediterranean World: An Overview
Professor Tony Jones

INTL 2200:  America and the Middle East
Professor Denis Sullivan

INTL 3200:  Cities in a Global Context
Professor Berna Turam

INTL 3400:  International Conflict and Negotiation
Professor Denise (Garcia) Lapon
Professor Kimberly Jones

INTL 4700:  Senior Capstone
Professor Laura Kuhl
Professor Mai’a Cross
Professor Kimberly Jones

Summer 1 2018

INTL 1101:  Globalization and International Affairs
Section 01:  Professor Ioannis Livanis

INTL 3400:  International Conflict and Negotiation
Professor Kimberly Jones

INTL 4904:  Special Topics – Muslim Communities*  New Course!
Professor Peter Fraunholtz

Summer Session 2

INTL 2400: Politics of Islam and Gender (*just added)
Professor Betul Eksi

Spring 2018

INTL 1101: Globalization and International Affairs
Professor Ioannis Livanis

INTL 2240: Global Population/Development
Professor Tony Jones

INTL 2400: Politics of Islam and Gender 
Professor Amira Ahmed Mohamed

INTL 2480: Women and World Politics 
Professor Valentine Moghadam

INTL 3200: Cities in a Global Context
Professor Berna Turam

INTL 3300: Covering Conflicts: Peace, War, and the Media
Professor James Ross

INTL 3400: International Conflict and Negotiation
Professor Denise Garcia Lapon
Professor Kimberly Jones

INTL 4700: Senior Capstone in International Affairs
Professor Robert Cross
Professor Kimberly Jones
Professor  Tony Jones
Professor Valentine Moghadam

INTL 4904: Special Topics – Arab Spring 
 Professor Denis Sullivan

 

Fall 2017 (click here to view offerings)