War-Peace Studies Minor; International Relations

(College of Letters and Science)

The interdisciplinary minor in War-Peace Studies examines the causes and dynamics of intra- and international wars and efforts to prevent and settle such conflicts.

Students in the minor are encouraged to participate in the educational activities of the Davis Program of the UC Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (IGCC).

The minor is sponsored by the International Relations Program.

Advising. International Relations Program; 530-754-8098


War-Peace Studies
Units: 19-20
Choose one or two from each of the following areas:
19-20
Approaches:
 
ANT 123AN
Resistance, Rebellion, and Popular Movements (Active)
4
ANT 126B
Women and Development (Active)
4
COM 157
War and Peace in Literature (Active)
4
PHI 115
Problems in Normative Ethics (Active)
4
PHI 118
Political Philosophy (Active)
4
POL 121
Scientific Study of War (Active)
4
POL 123
The Politics of Interdependence (Active)
4
POL 124
The Politics of Global Inequality (Active)
4
POL 132
National Security Policy (Active)
4
POL 176
Racial Politics (Active)
4
SOC 157
Social Conflict (Active)
4
WMS 102
Gender and Post Colonialism (Active)
4
Northern and Western Regions:
 
HIS 134A
The Age of Revolution (Active)
4
HIS 138C
Russian History: The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union, 1917 to the Present (Active)
4
HIS 142A
History of the Holocaust (Active)
4
HIS 143
History of Eastern Europe and the Balkans (Active)
4
HIS 144A
History of Germany, 1450 to 1789 (Active)
4
HIS 144B
History of Germany since 1789 (Active)
4
HIS 145
War and Revolution in Europe 1789-1918 (Active)
4
HIS 170B
The American Revolution (Active)
4
HIS 171B
Civil War Era (Active)
4
HIS 174B
War, Prosperity, and Depression: United States, 1917-1945 (Active)
4
NAS 130B
Native American Ethno-Historical Development (Active)
4
POL 130
Recent U.S. Foreign Policy (Active)
4
POL 131
Analysis of U.S. Foreign Policy (Active)
4
Southern and Eastern Regions:
 
ANT 142
Peoples of the Middle East (Active)
4
ANT 143A
Ethnology of Southeast Asia (Active)
4
ANT 144
Contemporary Societies and Cultures of Latin America (Active)
4
HIS 165
Latin American Social Revolutions (Active)
4
HIS 191F
History of the People's Republic of China (Active)
4
HIS 194C
Modern Japan (Active)
4
NAS 120
Ethnopolitics of South American Indians (Active)
4
POL 142A
Comparative Development: Political Development in Modernizing Societies (Active)
4
Restriction. No more than two courses from a single department may be offered in satisfaction of the minor requirements.
 
Total: 19-20