The courses listed below are possible courses for inclusion in the Peace and Justices Minor.  Courses not listed here may count toward the minor with permission.  Please see one of the advising faculty for Peace and Justice Studies for additional information.

For current Peace and Justice Studies course offerings please check The Registrar's page for the most current schedule information.

*Indicates courses not currently offered 2013-14, but which a student graduating this year could count towards the minor.

AFS 130 Intro to African-American Studies
AFS 131 Intro to African Studies* (Formerly AFS 230)
AFS 132 Intro to Caribbean Studies

AFS 233 So Africa: History Conflict & Change*
AFS 236 Mapping Caribbean Identities*
AFS 245 Slavery in the Southern United States*
AFS 246 Human Rights Policy and Practice in the Caribbean
AFS 248 African American Women Writers*
AFS 250 Topics in Africana Studies*
AFS 264 Education for Social Change
AFS 267 Race, Gender & The Law
AFS 268 Civil Rights in America*
AFS 272 Making of the African Diaspora*
AFS 290 Language, Race and Education
AFS 318 Africana Music: Juju to Hiphop
AFS 331 Africana Intellectual History
AFS 367 Black Men, White Law
AFS 374 Protest Movements in S Africa and Southern US*
AFS 375 Aid and Volunteering in Africa

ANTH 218 Islam and Women*
ANTH 221 Language and Culture*
ANTH 225 Food, Culture and Globalization
ANTH 228 Cross-Cultural Gender Roles*
ANTH 231 Gender in Africa/Afro-Latin Amer*
ANTH 240 Modernity and Change in Asia/Pacific*
ANTH 245 Lang, Cult, Identity Mid East
ANTH 302 Human Rights through an Anthropological Lens
ANTH 304 Anthropology of Violence & Conflict*

BIO 316 Conservation Biology

CLA 335 Warfare in the Ancient Mediterranean World
CLA 350 Democratic Labors in Athens and America*

CWES 330 John Brown*
CWES 337 Legacy of the Civil War*
CWES 346 Women and the Civil War*

ECON 212 African Economics History & Dev
ECON 213 East Asian Economic History & Dev*
ECON 216 Political Economy of Oil*
ECON 222 Issues Environ & Resource Econ*
ECON 232 Economics and Gender*
ECON 250 Economic Development*
ECON 251 International Economics
ECON 301 Labor Economics
ECON 308 Political Economy*
ECON 341 Environmental Economics

EDUC 201 Educational Psychology
EDUC 209 Social Foundations of Education
EDUC 220 Urban Education*
EDUC 299 Language, Culture and Immigration

ENG 250 Post-Colonial Drama & Literature
ENG 253 Images of Women in Literature
ENG 258 African American Women Writers*
ENG 265 U.S. Latino Voices*
ENG 350 Autobiography African Amer Nar
ENG 355 Radical American Women*
ENG 360 The Harlem Renaissance*
ENG 370 Jews on the Edge of Modernism

ES 121 Environmental Issues
ES 333 Environmental Policy
ES 334 Global Environment and Development

FREN 310 Revolutions: Political, Social and Cultural
FREN 334 Diversity in French Cinema*
FREN 336 Immigrants and Young Ethnics*

FYS 103 Natives on Film*
FYS 105 Sustainability or Collapse*
FYS 113-4 Hangin's Too Good For'em*
FYS 114-3 Pursuing Justice: A hands-on approach to US legal History*
FYS 116-2 Seeking Peace: Alternatives to Violence*
FYS 121 Clash of Cultures - Turkey & Germany*
FYS 130 Buy, Buy, Buy*
FYS 133 Gender & Politics in Latin America*
FYS 135 Luck of the Irish? The Troubled State of Northern Ireland*
FYS 156 Separate and Unequal: An examination of Race, Gender and Economic Outcomes (Githinji)*
FYS 156-2 Green Eggs & Gov't. Cheese
FYS 160 After Apartheid: Memory, Truth and Reconciliation in South Africa*
FYS 164 War Cries: The German experience in the 20 th Century*
FYS 165 Anarchism and the Anarchist
FYS 167 The Pity of War (Formerly: Creating Peace: The Power of Storytelling, Rituals and Festivals)
FYS 167-2 Beyond Terrorism*
FYS 170-2 September 11, 2001: Through a Sociological Lens*
FYS 172 Gender in Science & Society*
FYS 178-2 Voice of the Rebel in America
FYS 179 Language in Multicultural America
FYS 182 Understanding AIDS*
FYS 197 The Myths and Realities of the Vietnam War*
FYS 198-2 Tryin' to find a way back home: An introduction to the literature and legacy of Homelessness in America

GER 305 Modern Germany: Issues and Identity
GER 351 Women and Nazism

HIST 208 Islamic History 600-1500
HIST 226 History & Sci Atomic Bombings Japan*
HIST 238 African American History: A Survey
HIST 244 American Military History
HIST 245 Gender and the American Civil War*
HIST 248 Poverty and Welfare in American History*
HIST 318 Europe and the Two World Wars
HIST 334 Law & Society in US History
HIST 342 Revolutionary America
HIST 345 Civil War
HIST 346 Slavery and Emancipation in the Atlantic World*
HIST 361 The Mexican Revolution*
HIST 373 History of Sub-Sahara Africa in the Twentieth Century*
HIST 374 Protest Movements in South Africa & the US*
HIST 379 U.S.-Middle East 1776-1979
HIST 416 Spanish Inquisition*
HIST 424 Race on Trial

HS 224 Introduction to Disability Studies*

IAC 400 Globalization (Bohrer)*

IDS 103 Classics of Greek & Latin Lit
IDS 152 Youth and New Media in the M.E
IDS 206 Native American Studies
IDS 224 Justice and the Contested Corporation*
IDS 225 Intro to Disability Studies
IDS/LAW 250 Criminal Justice*
IDS 250 Poverty, Education and the American Dream*
IDS/LAW 251 The Law in Film*
IDS 255 Science, Technology, and Nuclear Weapons*
IDS 260 The Holocaust and the Third Reich*
IDS/LAW 260 American Trial: Reality and the Media Mirror*
IDS 278 Introduction to Arabic Culture
IDS 322 Public Policy Seminar: Urban Education*
IDS 464 Senior Project (in certain cases)*

LAS 220 The Dictator Novel*
LAS 231 Gender in Africa/Afro-Latin Amer
LAS 262 Social Dev. Of Latin America
LAS 265 U.S. Latino Voices*
LAS 300 Sexuality as Political Discourse, Latin America*
LAS 331 Reinventing Latin American Societies*
LAS 361 The Mexican Revolution*

MGT 407 Ethics and the Playing Fields of Competition*

MUS 318 Africana Music: Juju to Hiphop*

PHIL 105 Contemporary Moral Issues
PHIL 107 Environmental Ethics
PHIL 108 Philosophy and Food*
PHIL 218 Gender and Identity*
PHIL 219 Philosophy of Peace and Nonviolence*
PHIL 222 Philosophical Perspectives on Justice*
PHIL 223 Gandhi and Philosophy*
PHIL 224 Philosophy & Human Rights*
PHIL 226 Philosophy of Resistance
PHIL 227 Beyond Terrorism*
PHIL 229 Philosophy of Yoga*
PHIL 240 World Philosophy*
PHIL 246 Philosophy of Theravada Buddhism*
PHIL 328 Deliberative Democracy
PHIL 329 Shapes of Evil*
PHIL 338 Philosophy of Law*

POL 201 Supreme Court and Public Policy (Formerly: Race and Minorities)
POL 202 Topics in Political Theory
POL 203 NATO (Formerly: Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict)
POL 225 American Constitutional Law
POL 252 North-South Dialogue*
POL 267 Settlers & Indigenous Peoples*
POL 270 Government and Politics in China
POL 275 Latin American Politics*
POL 321 A Gender in American Politics* (Formerly POL 301 Gender & American Politics)
POL 303 Global Conflict Management* (Borock); Political Economy of Armed Conflict (Hartzell)
POL 304 A European Political Parties Lecture (Formerly Topics: Issues in Middle East Politics)
POL 322 Civil Rights & Liberties
POL 347 Global Conflict Management
POL 351 Political Economy of Armed Conflict
POL 362 Peasants, Politics, and Rebellion*
POL 363 Politics of Developing Areas
POL 382 Feminist Theory in Amer Pol
POL 383 The Holocaust and Modern Political Thought
POL 404 Capstone - Comparative Politics: Contemporary Democracies*
POL 412 Women and the Political Economy of Development*

PSYCH 214 Social Psychology

REL 105 The Bible and Modern Moral Issues
REL 209 Women in Religion*
REL 226 Native American Religions*
REL 227 Religion and Society
REL 238 The Holocaust & Jewish Thought
REL 240 Religion and Politics in the Middle East*
REL 320 Religion and Colonialism*
REL 331 Religion and Technology
REL 337 20th Century Jewish Thought*
REL 360 Religious Diversity and Conflict in S. Asia

SOC 202 Wealth, Power & Prestige*
SOC 204 Sociology of Mass Media and Popular Culture
SOC 207 Criminology*
SOC 209 Race and Ethnicity
SOC 217 Gender Inequality
SOC 239 Health, Medicine and Society
SOC 240 Gays, Lesbians and Society*
SOC 241 Globalization, Social Movements, and Consumerism*
SOC 244 Global Sexualities*
SOC 250 Special Topics: Sociology of Work
SOC 262 Social Dev. Of Latin America
SOC 310 Theories of Capitalism*
SOC 311 Theories of Community*
SOC 312 Theories of Social Change
SOC 313 Theories of Politics and Society*
SOC 331 Reinventing Latin American Societies
SPAN 203 Intermediate Spanish: Issues of Immigration*

WGS 120 Introduction to Women's Studies
WGS 214 Native American Women
WGS 220 Women in Film*
WGS 222 Women's Movements in the United States
WGS 226 Feminism in Global Perspective
WGS 231 Gender in Africa/Afro-Latin Am
WGS 251 Women and Nazism*
WGS 253 Images of Women in Literature
WGS 260 Queer Eye on America*
WGS 300 Feminist and LGBTQ Theories
WGS 320 Practicum: Feminist Theory and Action