Harvard University Press
Chapter Title: A SPRAWLING MILITARY BARRACK
Book Title: The Struggle for Pakistan
Book Subtitle: A Muslim Homeland and Global Politics
Book Author(s): AYESHA JALAL
Published by: Harvard University Press. (2014)
Stable URL: http:/w
Windows into a revolution: ethnographies of Maoism in South Asia
Author(s): Alpa Shah and Judith Pettigrew
Source: Dialectical Anthropology, Vol. 33, No. 3/4, Windows into a Revolution:
Ethnographies of Maoism in South Asia (December 2009), pp. 225-251
Caste, Class, and Clientelism: A Political Economy of Everyday Corruption in Rural North
Author(s): Craig Jeffrey
Source: Economic Geography, Vol. 78, No. 1 (Jan., 2002), pp. 21-41
Published by: Clark University
Stable URL: http:/ww
Explaining Democracy's Origins: Lessons from South Asia
Author(s): Maya Tudor
Source: Comparative Politics, Vol. 45, No. 3 (April 2013), pp. 253-272
Published by: Comparative Politics, Ph.D. Programs in Political Science, City University of
Journal Title: The politics of India since
Max Cost: 80.001FM
Adivasis, Naxalites and Indian Democracy
Author(s): Ramachandra Guha
Source: Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 42, No. 32 (Aug. 11-17, 2007), pp. 3305-3312
Published by: Economic and Political Weekly
Stable URL: http:/www.jstor.org/stable/4419895
January 13, 2017
Pol S 249 AA
Written Assignment #1
Machans position in his essay Human Rights, Workers Rights, and the
Right to Occupational Safety creates claims that specialized workers rights are not
necessary and should not exist in the
Summary: Chapter 6 & 7 of Beyond $15
At this point in the SeaTac workers struggle, many workers were wondering
why they had not moved to get union recognition. The main reason Rosenblum
sights is that surprisingly the union headquarters leadership was aga
Analysis of Voting Intentions in 2016 Presidential Election
Political Science 202 Section A
Professor Mark A. Smith
November 3, 2016
Would you rather eat last weeks tuna casserole or stale unbuttered toast every day for the
next four year
Poli Sci: 203 Midterm #1 Study Guide 2016
Prof: Geoffrey Wallace
Definition: A process of interaction and integration among people/ governments of
different nations driven by international trade (global commerce) and information
the study of effective communication for a specific purpose and audience (in a
Context is built by 3 things - theres going to be a:
The definition of rhetoric has changed over time, heres four:
Political Science 400 1_26_2017
Indians: were seen and referred to as savages: they had no inherit rights to their own lands,
Doctrine of Discovery when white people discover
Slave codes: blacks are subhuman, therefore little better than animals, they wer
Political Science 400 Notes 2_2_2017
Large scale organizations that try to communicate a message to a large number of people
1. Shows how the world is organized
2. The social relations that prevail
3. Makes the assumption of what is normal
Political Science 400 1_24_2017
Homework! Bring in media artifact Thursday, email them or bring them in, such as a poster,
visual from the internet, short article and reading to do + Toni Morrison
Defining race, racism and privilege:
1. How to define race
Political Science Notes 1_31_2017
Racial identity: a sense of group or collective identity based on ones perception that he or she shares a
common heritage with a particular racial group.
5 different minority groups:
1. African-Americans make
PS 203 Readings Qs (9.30.14) Rise of the Modern State System
Ziegler, "War in the Past"
1. Who were the idealists? How did idealist views differ from realist views?
Ziegler describes there being two schools of thought on the risk of war in international
PS 203 Reading Qs (11.18.14) Free Trade and Globalization
Gilpin, "The Nature of Political Economy"
1. Gilpin says "the relationship between economics and politics  is a reciprocal one" (270). Explain.
Political power is is affected, even sometimes tran
PS 203 Reading Qs (11.13.14) Russia and the Ukraine Crisis
McFaul, Confronting Putins Russia
1. According to McFaul, what are the two key different political ideologies in contemporary Russia?
Who exemplifies them? And what are their motivations?
PS 203 Reading Qs (12.2.14) The Environment
Soroos, "The Tragedy of the Commons"
1. According to Soroos, what two events in the 1970s made the environment an important global
1- Club of rome published the article called the limits of growth in 1972
PS 203 Reading Qs (10.2.14) Realism and IR
Thucydides, "The Melian Dialogue"
1. With whom were the Melians allied at the outset of the Peloponnesian War?
Origionally a colongy of Sparta, they became allies with Sparta when Athens attacked
2. What do fair
PS 203 Reading Qs (10.21.14) Versailles to Munich and World War II
Ziegler, "Results of WWI" and "WWII"
1. What were the four main features of the Versailles Treaty?
New borders were drawn for Germany. Originally French territory of Alsace and Lorraine we
PS 203 Readings Qs (10.14.14) Marxism and IR
Cassidy, "The Return of Karl Marx"
1. What was Marx's "materialist conception of history"? (250).
a. Its the idea that human progress and development is driven by material gains or in
modern times the economy
PS 203 Reading Qs (10.9.14) Liberalism and the Origins of World War I
Snyder, "How Democratization Sparked Counterrevolutionary German Nationalism"
Note: Just read pages 93-117 for now. And focus on Synder's explanation for the origins of World War I. If
PS 203 Reading Qs (11.25.14) North-South Relations
Solomon interview, "Questions for Dambisa Moyo"
1. According to Moyo, what's wrong with celebrities championing the cause of Africa?
They adopt the Role of spokesperson for the African continent when they
PS 203 Reading Qs (10.30.14) The 1991 Gulf War
Miller and Yetiv, "The New World Order"
1. What is the concept of the New World Order? How does it differ from the world order during the
Cold War period?
The concept of the new world order is one where the s
PS 203 Reading Qs (10.23.14) Origins of the Cold War and the Korean War
X [George Kennan], "The Sources of Soviet Conduct"
George Kennan was US ambassador to the USSR from 1944-46. This article is part of his Long Telegram
from Moscow in 1946. In it he tr