Political Science

Timetable 2018-19
Course Number Course Title Professor Term Block
PSCI 101.11 Intro to Power and Politics G. Graham 1st C1/C2/C3
PSCI 102.21 Intro to Compar & Global Pol G. Graham 2nd C1/C2/C3
PSCI 101.12 Intro to Power and Politics J. Bickerton 1st B1/B2/B3
PSCI 101.22 Intro to Compar & Global Pol Y. Grenier 2nd B1/B2/B3
PSCI 101.13 Intro to Power and Politics N. Allen 1st L1/L2/L3
PSCI 102.23 Intro to Compar & Global Pol N. Allen 2nd L1/L2/L3
PSCI 101.14 Intro to Power and Politics J. Spring 1st Z4/Z5
PSCI 102.24 Intro to Compar & Global Pol D. Brown 2nd Z4/Z5
PSCI 101.15 Intro to Power and Politics A. Lajeunesse 1st W7/W8
PSCI 102.25 Intro to Compar & Global Pol J. Levin 2nd W7/W8
PSCI 201 Ancient & Med Pol Thought J. Spring 1st Z7/Z8
PSCI 202 Modern Political Thought L. Groarke 2nd Z7/Z8
PSCI 211 Comparative Politics I L. Stan 1st U4/U5
PSCI 212 Comparative Politics II Y. Grenier 2nd U4/U5
PSCI 221 Cdn. Structures & Institutions G. Graham 1st U7/U8
PSCI 222 Canadian Political Process J. Bickerton 2nd U7/U8
PSCI 231 American Politics N. Allen 2nd O1/O2
PSCI 241 Power & Business in Cda G. Graham 2nd X1/X2
PSCI 247 Enviro Social Sciences I R. Bantjes 2nd W7/W8
PSCI 251 Foundations of Global Politics J. Levin 1st W4/W5
PSCI 252 Contemporary Global Politics Y. Cho 2nd W4/W5
PSCI 291 Violence, Conflict and Politics Y. Grenier 1st O4/O5
PSCI 301 Liberalism & Its Critics J. Spring 1st Z1/Z2
PSCI 312 Art and Politics Y. Grenier 2nd Z1/Z2
PSCI 316 Dictatorships N. Allen 1st X4/X5
PSCI 323 Parties & Elections J. Bickerton 2nd O1/O2
PSCI 325 Indegenous Politics in Canada J. Bickerton 2nd O4/)5
PSCI 331 Comparative Nationalism G. Graham 2nd W7/W8
PSCI 335 Human Rights & Inter. Justice L. Stan 1st W7/W8
PSCI 354 Global Political Economy P. Lenco 2nd U1/U2
PSCI 355 Global Issues P. Lenco 1st O4/O5
PSCI 356 War & Peace in the Middle East J. Levin 2nd W4/W5
PSCI 357 Model United Nations Y. Cho 2nd E6
PSCI 363 International Relations of East Asia N. Allen 2nd X4/X5
PSCI 365 Russian Politics L. Stan 2nd U4/U5
PSCI 373 Irish Politics & Society J. Phyne 1st X4/X5
PSCI 389 ST: Political Communications G. Graham 1st X1/X2
PSCI 392 ST. Causes of War & Peace J. Levin 1st Z4/Z5
PSCI 394 ST: Global Justice J. Spring 2nd Z4/Z5
PSCI 399 Research Methods and Stats N. Allen 1st O1/O2
PSCI 401 Seminar: Political Theory J. Spring 2nd U8/Z8
PSCI 421 Seminar: Canadian Politics J. Bickerton 1st X7/Z7
PSCI 451 Seminar: International Relations J. Levin 1st U8/Z8
PSCI 452 Seminar: Comparative Politics L. Stan 2nd X7/Z7
PSCI 490 Thesis Y. Cho Full  


The Memorial for Mr. MacEachen at St. F.X. can be watched on YouTube at Allan J. MacEachen a Celebration of life: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a20tbGyzf-Q

The life and legacy of one of Canada’s most important and respected politicians, the Hon. Allan J. MacEachen, was honoured as hundreds—including Canadian Prime Minister, the Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau—filled StFX’s Keating Centre Sept. 17 for a celebration of life for a man regarded as a Canadian icon.

Mr. MacEachen, 96, a native of Inverness, Cape Breton, died Sept. 12, 2017. The longtime Nova Scotia MP, cabinet minister and senator was also Canada's first deputy prime minister. He was one of StFX’s most notable alumni.

Hugh and Celia Gillis Bursary
This award is available to students enrolled in a full-time undergraduate program at StFX, with preference for students majoring in Political Science. Applicants must have an entrance average of 75% and demonstrate financial need in their application. Preference will be given to students from Antigonish County. This bursary is renewable if the student reapplies and continues to meet the criteria in subsequent years of study, including maintaining an average of at least 75% in each year of study.  Award Value: up to $2000.  Applications will open mid-August and are available to students online at:http://sites.stfx.ca/financial_aid/application

Subscribe to Front page feed