MASTERS INTERDISCIPLINAIRES INTERDISCIPLINARY MASTERS

MASTERS INTERDISCIPLINAIRES INTERDISCIPLINARY MASTERS
MASTERS INTERDISCIPLINAIRES
INTERDISCIPLINARY MASTERS
Master en affaires internationales (MAI)
Master in International Affairs (MIA)
STRUCTURE GÉNÉRALE DU PLAN D’ÉTUDES | GENERAL CURRICULUM OUTLINE




Students are expected to:
   Follow the 2 compulsory courses on methods: “Statistical Methods for Social Sciences” in the first semester
    and “Qualitative Methods” in the second semester.
   Select at least 2 out of the 4 compulsory courses: “Global Governance and Regulation”, “Applying
    Organisation Theories to Practice”, “Gender and International Affairs”, and “International Policy Analysis”.
    Students without a background on International Relations or Political Science are strongly advised to take
    “Global Governance and Regulation”. If any of the other compulsory courses are taken in addition to the 2
    required they will be credited as free electives.
   Choose one track as a Major among the tracks offered in the MIA: Global Security, Trade and International
    Finance, and Environment, Resources and Sustainability. In each track, there are two compulsory
    courses from which students should take one. In addition, they should obtain 18 credits of elective courses
    within the track. If the other compulsory course in the track is taken in addition to the one required, it will
    count towards the 18 credits of elective courses required within the track.
   Choose one track as a Minor among the tracks offered either in the MIA, other than the one chosen as the
    Major, or those offered in addition in the MDEV (Power, Conflict and Development, and Mobilities, Spaces
    and Cities), or the Minor offered on Global Health. Students should obtain 12 credits of courses within the
    Minor, be they compulsory or elective. Students will be asked to identify the Major and the Minor that they
    have chosen before the beginning of the second semester.
   Obtain 12 credits in workshops, 18 credits in disciplinary or interdisciplinary elective courses which students
    can choose freely, complete a capstone project for 9 credits, and produce a thesis for 18 credits. Students
    can also validate an internship for 3 credits. If they choose not to do so, they are required to obtain an
    additional 3 credits of free elective courses.




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MASTERS INTERDISCIPLINAIRES INTERDISCIPLINARY MASTERS
2 COURS OBLIGATOIRES DE METHODE | 2 METHOD COMPULSORY COURSES

 Statistical Methods for Social Sciences, Jean Gorz Swanson (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
 Qualitative Methods, Ashley Thornton (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)



2 COURS OBLIGATOIRES À CHOIX | 2 COMPULSORY COURSES TO BE CHOSEN

 Applying Organisation Theories to Practice, Jörg Dietz (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
 Gender and International Affairs, Elisabeth Prügl (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
 Global Governance and Regulation: Actors and Processes, Thomas Biersteker (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN
  2018)
 International Policy Analysis, David Sylvan (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)



Axe 1 | Track 1
Global Security
1 COURS OBLIGATOIRE DANS L’AXE DE SPÉCIALISATION | 1 COMPULSORY COURSE IN THE
SPECIALISATION TRACK

   Contemporary Security Politics, Jonas Hagmann (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   The Evolution of Global Security, Jussi Hanhimäki (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)

COURS OPTIONNELS DANS L’AXE DE SPÉCIALISATION SPÉCIFIQUES AUX MASTERS
INTERDISCIPLINAIRES | ELECTIVE COURSES IN THE SPECIALISATION TRACK SPECIFIC TO THE
INTERDISCIPLINARY MASTERS

   The Arab-Israeli Conflict, Cyrus Schayegh (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Asian Security System, Lanxin Xiang (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Business and Security in Fragile States, Achim Wennmann (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Empire: Past, Present and Future, Cyrus Schayegh (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   The Nuclear Negotiation with Iran, Grégoire Mallard, Stephan Klement (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Politics and Foreign Relations of the People’s Republic of China, Lanxin Xiang (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING
    2019)
   The Politics of Commercial Security, Anna Leander (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Race and Mobility: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, Gopalan Balachandran (PRINTEMPS 2019 |
    SPRING 2019)
   Visual Global Security, Anna Leander , Riccardo Bocco, Jonathan Austin (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)

COURS OPTIONNELS DANS L’AXE DE SPÉCIALISATION OFFERTS DANS LES PROGRAMMES
DISCIPLINAIRES | ELECTIVE COURSES IN THE SPECIALISATION TRACK OFFERED IN THE
DISCIPLINARY MASTERS

 Living with Rebels: The Inner-Workings of Non-State Armed Groups, Brian McQuinn (3 ECTS) (PRINTEMPS
  2019 | SPRING 2019)
 The Laws of War, Andrew Clapham (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)

CAPSTONE
   Capstone (9 ECTS), Achim Wennmann, Claudia Seymour 




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MASTERS INTERDISCIPLINAIRES INTERDISCIPLINARY MASTERS
Axe 2 | Track 2
Trade and International Finance
1 COURS OBLIGATOIRE À CHOIX DANS L’AXE DE SPÉCIALISATION | 1 COMPULSORY COURSE TO BE
CHOSEN IN THE SPECIALISATION TRACK

 Globalisation, Richard Baldwin (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
 Macroeconomics and International Finance, Ugo Panizza (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)

COURS OPTIONNELS DANS L’AXE DE SPÉCIALISATION SPÉCIFIQUES AUX MASTERS
INTERDISCIPLINAIRES | ELECTIVE COURSES IN THE SPECIALISATION TRACK SPECIFIC TO THE
INTERDISCIPLINARY MASTERS

   The Corporation: Historical, Ethnographic and Ethical Perspectives, Filipe Calvão (PRINTEMPS 2019 |
    SPRING 2019)
   Finance and Development, Ugo Panizza (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Globalisation and the Political Economy of Labour, Sungmin Rho (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   The History of Globalisation: A Commodities Prospective, Carolyn Biltoft (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   International Business, Simon Evenett (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Internet Governance and Economics, Michael Kende (3 ECTS) (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Microeconomics of Finance and Development, Lore Vandewalle (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Political Economy of International Energy, Giacomo Luciani (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Regulating Globalisation: International Economic Law, Joost Pauwelyn (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Technology and Development, Rolf Traeger (3 ECTS) (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Trade and Development, Julia Cajal Grossi (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)

COURS OPTIONNELS DANS L’AXE DE SPÉCIALISATION OFFERTS DANS LES PROGRAMMES
DISCIPLINAIRES | ELECTIVE COURSES IN THE SPECIALISATION TRACK OFFERED IN THE
DISCIPLINARY MASTERS

 International Investment Law, Joost Pauwelyn (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
 The Streets of Finance: Markets and Regulation, Rui Esteves (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)


CAPSTONE
   Capstone (9 ECTS), Ugo Panizza



Axe 3 | Track 3
Environment, Resources and Sustainability
1 COURS OBLIGATOIRE DANS L’AXE DE SPÉCIALISATION | 1 COMPULSORY COURSE IN THE
SPECIALISATION TRACK

 Climates and History: What the Past Can Tell Us about the Present and the Future, Susanna Hecht
  (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
 Governance of Environment and Sustainability, Liliana Andonova (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)




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MASTERS INTERDISCIPLINAIRES INTERDISCIPLINARY MASTERS
COURS OPTIONNELS DANS L’AXE DE SPÉCIALISATION SPÉCIFIQUES AUX MASTERS
INTERDISCIPLINAIRES | ELECTIVE COURSES IN THE SPECIALISATION TRACK SPECIFIC TO THE
INTERDISCIPLINARY MASTERS

Elective courses are organised in thematic clusters, students are however free to choose electives across
clusters.


Cluster: The Global Framework

 Conservation and Sustainable Development, Susanna Hecht, Marc Hufty, Timothy Swanson (3 ECTS)
  (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
 International Environmental Institutions, James Hollway (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
 Social Movements and the Environment, Marc Hufty (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)



Cluster: Climate Change

 Biodiversity Governance in the Digital Age, Jérôme Duberry (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
 Climate Change Politics and Governance, Sandeep Sengupta (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
 Environmental Economics and Policy, Joëlle Noailly (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
 Political Economy of International Energy, Giacomo Luciani (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)


Cluster: Resources, Economics, Governance and Politics

 Development and the Tropics: Political Ecologies of Lost Edens, Green Hells, El Dorados, Susanna Hecht
  (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
 Economic Development of Resource-Rich Countries, Giacomo Luciani (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
 Global Extraction Networks, Filipe Calvão (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
 Issues in Water Management, Ronald Jaubert (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)


Cluster: Agrarian Environments and Food Systems

 Agrarian Transformation and Mobilization: Land, Labour, and Technology, Amalia Ribi Forclaz (PRINTEMPS
  2019 | SPRING 2019)
 Agrarian Worlds: Practice, Power, Place, Shaila Seshia Galvin (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
 Global Food Systems from a Legal Perspective, Anne Saab (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
 Political Ecology, Marc Hufty (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)


COURS OPTIONNELS DANS L’AXE DE SPÉCIALISATION OFFERTS DANS LES PROGRAMMES
DISCIPLINAIRES | ELECTIVE COURSES IN THE SPECIALISATION TRACK OFFERED IN THE
DISCIPLINARY MASTERS

 Climate Change and International Law, Anne Saab (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
 International Environmental Law and Policy, Jorge E. Viñuales (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)


CAPSTONE
   Capstone (9 ECTS), Marc Hufty, Claire Somerville, Sandeep Sengupta




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MINEURE | MINOR

Global Health
Students pursuing the Global Health Minor without a proper background in the field are strongly advised to take
the introductory course.


COURS D’INTRODUCTION | INTRODUCTORY COURSE
   Introduction to Global Health: Problems, Principles, Actors and Practices, Vinh-Kim Nguyen
    (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)

COURS OPTIONNELS DANS L’AXE DE SPÉCIALISATION | ELECTIVE COURSES IN THE SPECIALISATION
TRACK

   Anthropological Perspectives on Reproductive Politics in the 21st Century, Aditya Bharadwaj (AUTOMNE
    2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Biofinance, Vinh-Kim Nguyen (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Global Health: Anthropological Perspectives on Disease Eradication, Vinh-Kim Nguyen (3 ECTS)
    (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Global Health, Globalisation and Global Governance: Problems, Politics and Policies, Suerie Moon
    (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Global Health in History, Nicole Bourbonnais (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Global Health Law, Gian Luca Burci (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Global Population and Reproductive Politics in the 20th Century, Nicole Bourbonnais (AUTOMNE 2018
    |AUTUMN 2018)
   Medical Anthropology I: Health and Illness in Cross Cultural Perspective, Vinh-Kim Nguyen (AUTOMNE
    2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Medical Anthropology II: Contemporary Approaches to Biomedicine, Technology and Global Health, Aditya
    Bharadwaj (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)


COURS OPTIONNELS | ELECTIVE COURSES
The courses listed in the MIA and MDEV specialisation tracks or in the Global Health Minor can be taken as
free electives by students who are not taking the track. However, students who are following these courses as
part of a track will have priority. In addition, students can select elective courses specific to the
interdisciplinary masters or courses offered in the disciplinary programmes from the list below. In the case of
courses offered in the disciplinary programmes, students enrolled in those programmes will have priority.

COURS OPTIONNELS SPÉCIFIQUES AUX MASTERS INTERDISCIPLINAIRES | ELECTIVE COURSES
SPECIFIC TO THE INTERDISCIPLINARY MASTERS

   Advanced Quantitative Methods, Rahul Mukherjee (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   (Dis)Continuities in European Governance, Catherine Hoeffler (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   The EU in International Relations: Theory and Practice, José Manuel Barroso (3 ECTS) (AUTOMNE 2018 |
    AUTUMN 2018)
   The Law and Policy of Legal and Institutional Reform, Deval Desai (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Public Policy, Economic Development and Gender, Martina Viarengo (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Social Analysis of Transnational Law and Arbitration, Fuad Zarbiyev (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)



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   Sociologie historique et comparée du politique, Jean-François Bayart (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship, François Bonnici and Kate Milligan, (3 ECTS), (AUTOMNE 2018 |
    AUTUMN 2018)

COURS OPTIONNELS OFFERTS DANS LES PROGRAMMES DISCIPLINAIRES | ELECTIVE COURSES
OFFERED IN DISCIPLINARY PROGRAMMES

Département d’anthropologie et sociologie | Department of Anthropology and Sociology

   Anthropologie rurale et logiques paysannes : une agriculture familiale archaïque ou durable ?, Yvan Droz
    (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Anthropology in/of Institutions, Shaila Seshia Galvin (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Archive, Memory, History, Patricia Spyer (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Cityscapes and the Politics of Tourism Mobilities, Bianca Freire-Medeiros, (3 ECTS) (AUTOMNE 2018 |
    AUTUMN 2018)
   Comprendre l’Afrique de l’Est aujourd’hui : histoire et anthropologie | East Africa between History and
    Anthropology, Yvan Droz, Aidan Russell (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Dealing with the Past and Transitional Justice: Comparative Perspectives, Riccardo Bocco (AUTOMNE 2018
    | AUTUMN 2018)
   Gender and Terrorism, Fenneke Reysoo (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Illicit Economies, Filipe Calvão (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   The Politics of Culture, Identity and Heritage, Valerio Simoni (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Religion et politique en Afrique, Jean-François Bayart (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Religion et politique: perspectives comparatives, Jean-François Bayart (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Sound and Image: Methodologies for the 21st Century, Mark R. Westmoreland, (3 ECTS) (AUTOMNE 2018 |
    AUTUMN 2018)
   The State: Post-Colonial Perspectives, Shalini Randeria (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Violence and the City, Dennis Rodgers (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Visual Anthropology, Patricia Spyer (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)

Département de droit international | Department of International Law

   Accountability for International Crimes, Paola Gaeta (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Corporate Responsibility in International and Transnational Law, Zachary Douglas (AUTOMNE 2018 |
    AUTUMN 2018)
   Les différends territoriaux en droit international, Marcelo Kohen (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   A Discourse Analysis of International Law, Fuad Zarbiyev (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Droit diplomatique international, Eric Wyler (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Fundamental Principles of International Law, Marcelo Kohen (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Histoire et philosophie du droit international, Eric Wyler (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   International Criminal Law, Paola Gaeta (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   International Economic Law Clinic, (9 ECTS), Joost Pauwelyn, Fuad Zarbiyev (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN
    2018)
   International Migration Law, Vincent Chetail (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   International Trade Law Jan Bohanes (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Marcelo Kohen (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Judicial Interpretation and Legal Reasoning: A Critical Approach, Andrea Bianchi (AUTOMNE 2018 |
    AUTUMN 2018)
   Law without the State, Thomas Schultz (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Legal Issues in International Organisations Clinic, Nico Krisch, Gian Luca Burci (no online registration)
    (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)


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 Political Justice and Human Rights: Foundational Questions, Neus Torbisco-Casals (PRINTEMPS 2019 |
  SPRING 2019)
 Research Seminar on the International Law of Energy, Jorge E. Viñuales (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING
  2019)
 The Theory and Practice of Treaty Interpretation, Fuad Zarbiyev, Andrea Bianchi (PRINTEMPS 2019 |
  SPRING 2019)
 WIPO and International Intellectual Property Law, Edward Kwakwa (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)



Département d’économie internationale | Department of International Economics

 The Economics of International Trade, Robert Koopman (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
 International Trade B, Richard Baldwin (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
 Topics in Resource and Development, Joëlle Noailly, Timothy Swanson (open to MA students only with
  permission from the professor) (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)

Département d’histoire internationale | Department of International History

   Comprendre l’Afrique de l’Est aujourd’hui : histoire et anthropologie | East Africa between History and
    Anthropology, Yvan Droz, Aidan Russell (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Continuity and Change in the Middle East and North Africa: From the Ottoman Empire to the Arab Spring,
    Mohammad-Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Corruption Histories, Rui Esteves (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Decolonisation: A History, Cyrus Schayegh (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Encountering Others: Constructions of Race and Difference in World History, Carolyn Biltoft (AUTOMNE
    2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Evolution of the International System, c. 1815 to the Present, Gopalan Balchandran (PRINTEMPS 2019 |
    SPRING 2019)
   Foreign Policies of Major Powers, Lanxin Xiang (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN)
   Gender, Sexuality and Decolonisation in the Global South, Nicole Bourbonnais (PRINTEMPS 2019 |
    SPRING 2019)
   Global Cities in History, Michael Goebel (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Histories of Truth, Facts and Uncertainity, Aidan Russell (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   History and Development, Amalia Ribi Forclaz (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   The Imperial Republic: France and the World, 1870-1960, Michael Goebel (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING
    2019)
   International Finance in History, Rui Esteves (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Nationalism: A Global Career, Michael Goebel (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Political Economy and Empire, Andrew Sartori (3 ECTS) (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Studying Mass Violence in Twentieth Century Eastern Europe, Oksana Myshlovska (3 ECTS) (PRINTEMPS
    2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Topics in Economic History, Rui Esteves (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   United States and East Asia since the 19th Century, Lanxin Xiang (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)

Département de relations internationales/science politique | Department of International
Relations/Political Science

 Civil War and Genocide in Rwanda, Ravinder Bhavnani (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
 Comparative Politics, Melanie Kolbe (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
 Critical Security Studies, Keith Krause (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
 Designing and Conducting Field Research, David Backer (3 ECTS) (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)



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   Foreign Policy Analysis, David Sylvan (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Gender and International Relations, Elisabeth Prügl (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Gender and War, Elizabeth Mesok (3 ECTS) (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Gender Mainstreaming, Olena Hankivsky (3 ECTS) (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Global Partnerships, Moira Faul (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Identity and Conflictuality in the Contemporary Sub-Saharan Africa, Eric Degila (3 ECTS) (AUTOMNE 2018 |
    AUTUMN 2018)
   International Governance, Stephanie Hofmann (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   International Political Economy, Sungmin Rho (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   International Political Economy of Art, David Sylvan (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   International Security, Keith Krause (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Middle East Politics, Jérôme Drevon (3 ECTS) (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   The Politics of Knowledge in Global Governance, Annabelle Littoz-Monnet (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Post Soviet Security Space, Grazvydas Jasutis (3 ECTS) (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Practicing of World Politics, Anna Leander (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Social Networks: Theories and Methods, James Hollway (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Survey Experiments, Sungmin Rho (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)


ATELIERS DE COMPÉTENCES | SKILLS WORKSHOPS

   Behavioural Public Policy, Björn Bartling
   Best Practice Communications and Presentation Skills, Susan Laverick, Lizzy Bagnall
   Big Data Analysis, Karsten Donnay
   Communication for Advocacy, Ruxandra Stoicescu
   Crisis Communications, Rolf Olsen
   Digital Communications Strategy, Michael Hanley
   Evaluation of Development Projects, Matteo Guidotti
   Gestion de Projets, Dominique Rossier, Liliana Soler
   Personal Presence and Business Storytelling, Matthias Anderegg
   Social Innovation Skills, Elena Zheglova
   Strategy Consulting in the Development Sector, Karin Hageman
   Writing for the Profession, Cecilia Cannon
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Master en affaires internationales (MAI)
Master in International Affairs (MIA)
ÉTUDIANTS ENTRANT EN DEUXIÈME ANNÉE | CONTINUING STUDENTS
STRUCTURE GÉNÉRALE DU PLAN D’ÉTUDES | GENERAL CURRICULUM
OUTLINE





Students having entered in Autumn 2017 are expected to:
   Complete any remaining compulsory courses.
   Complete the course requirement for the Major in the chosen track. In each track there is either one
    compulsory course or a choice of two courses from which students should take one. In addition, students
    should obtain 18 credits of elective courses within the track. If the other compulsory course in the track, when
    available, is taken in addition to the one required, it will count towards the 18 credits of elective courses
    required within the track.
   Complete the course requirement for the Minor chosen in the MIA (for which they need to take a compulsory
    course and another 6 credits of elective courses in the track over the course of their studies).
   Achieve the 12 credits in workshops, 12 credits in disciplinary or interdisciplinary elective courses which they
    can choose freely, complete in the first semester the capstone project they have started in the spring
    semester of this year for 9 credits, and produce a thesis for 18 credits.
   Students can also validate an internship for 3 credits. If they choose not to do so, they are required to obtain
    an additional 3 credits of free elective courses.




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Master en études du développement (MDEV)
Master in Development Studies (MDEV)
STRUCTURE GÉNÉRALE DU PLAN D’ÉTUDES | GENERAL CURRICULUM OUTLINE




Students are required to:
   Follow the 2 compulsory courses on methods: “Statistical Methods for Social Sciences” in the first semester,
    and Social Inquiry and Qualitative Methods for Development in the second semester.
   Take at least 2 out of the 4 compulsory courses: “Economics of Development”, “Gender and Development:
    From Theory to Practice”, “History, Theory and Practice of Development”, and “Poverty and Inequality”.
    Students without a background on Economics are strongly advised to take “Economics of Development”. If
    any of the other compulsory courses are taken in addition to the 2 required they will be credited as free
    electives.
   Choose one track as a Major among the tracks offered in the MDEV: Power, Conflict and Development,
    Mobilities, Spaces and Cities, or Environment, Resources and Sustainability. In each track, there is either
    one compulsory course or a choice of two courses from which students should take one. In addition, they
    should obtain 18 credits of elective courses within the track. If the other compulsory course in the Power,
    Conflict and Development track, is taken in addition to the one required, it will count towards the 18 credits of
    elective courses required within the track.
   Choose one track as a Minor among the tracks offered either in the MDEV, other than the one chosen as the
    Major, or those offered in addition in the MIA (Global Security, and Trade and International Finance), or the
    Minor offered on Global Health. Students should obtain 12 credits of courses within the Minor, be they
    compulsory or elective. Students will be asked to identify the Major and the Minor that they have chosen
    before the beginning of the second semester.
   Obtain 12 credits in workshops, 18 credits in disciplinary or interdisciplinary elective courses which students
    can choose freely, complete a capstone project for 9 credits, and produce a master thesis for 18 credits.
    Students can also validate an internship for 3 credits. If they choose not to do so, they are required to obtain
    an additional 3 credits of free elective courses.




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2 COURS OBLIGATOIRES | 2 COMPULSORY COURSES

 Social Inquiry and Qualitative Methods for Development, Oliver Jütersonke (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING
  2019)
 Statistical Methods for Social Sciences, Jean Gorz Swanson (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)


2 COURS OBLIGATOIRES À CHOIX | 2 COMPULSORY COURSES TO BE CHOSEN

 Economics of Development, Lore Vandewalle (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
 Gender and Development: From Theory to Practice, Aditya Bharadwaj (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
 History, Theory and Practice of Development, Gopalan Balachandran, Shaila Seshia Galvin (AUTOMNE
  2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
 Poverty and Inequality, Anne Saab, Graziella Moraes Silva (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)



Axe 1 | Track 1
Mobilities, Spaces and Cities

1 COURS OBLIGATOIRE DANS L’AXE DE SPÉCIALISATION | 1 COMPULSORY COURSE IN THE
SPECIALISATION TRACK

   Mobilities, Spaces and Cities, Alessandro Monsutti, Rafael Sánchez, Dennis Rodgers (PRINTEMPS 2019 |
    SPRING 2019)

COURS OPTIONNELS DANS L’AXE DE SPÉCIALISATION SPÉCIFIQUES AUX MASTERS
INTERDISCIPLINAIRES | ELECTIVE COURSES IN THE SPECIALISATION TRACK SPECIFIC TO THE
INTERDISCIPLINARY MASTERS

   Anthropology of Development Projects, Yvan Droz (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   The Economics of Migration, Giovanni Facchini (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Education and Development: Tools and Techniques for International Cooperation, Gita Steiner-Khamsi
    (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Global Food Systems from a Legal Perspective, Anne Saab (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Globalisation and the Political Economy of Labour, Sungmin Rho (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Global Migration Governance, Vincent Chetail (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   India: Culture, Politics, and Society, Aditya Bharadwaj (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Internationalisation of Education and Development, Alexandre Dormeier Freire (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING
    2019)
   The Politics of Immigration Control, Melanie Kolbe (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Race and Mobility: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, Gopalan Balachandran (PRINTEMPS 2019 |
    SPRING 2019)
   Regulating Globalisation: International Economic Law, Joost Pauwelyn (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Technology and Development, Rolf Traeger (3 ECTS) (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Trade and Development, Julia Cajal Grossi (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)

COURS OPTIONNELS DANS L’AXE DE SPÉCIALISATION OFFERTS DANS LES PROGRAMMES
DISCIPLINAIRES | ELECTIVE COURSES IN THE SPECIALISATION TRACK OFFERED IN THE
DISCIPLINARY MASTERS

   Crowds and Publics, Rafael Sánchez (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)




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   Histories of Migration: From the north Atlantic to the Global Turn, Michael Goebel (PRINTEMPS 2019 |
    SPRING 2019)

CAPSTONE
   Capstone (9 ECTS), Rafael Sánchez, Christophe Gironde


Axe 2 | Track 2
Power, Conflict and Development
1 COURS OBLIGATOIRE À CHOIX DANS L’AXE DE SPÉCIALISATION | 1 COMPULSORY COURSE TO BE
CHOSEN IN THE SPECIALISATION TRACK

   Power, State and Violence, Riccardo Bocco (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   State-Building and War-Making in the Developing World, Mohammad-Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou
    (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018) (2 classes de 25 pp)

COURS OPTIONNELS DANS L’AXE DE SPÉCIALISATION SPÉCIFIQUES AUX MASTERS
INTERDISCIPLINAIRES | ELECTIVE COURSES IN THE SPECIALISATION TRACK SPECIFIC TO THE
INTERDISCIPLINARY MASTERS
   African Peace and Security Challenges, Eric Degila 3 Crédits (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Borders and Borderlanders: Conflict and Integration, Aidan Russell (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Divergent Paths of Transformation and Security in the post-Soviet Space, Grazvydas Jasutis 3 Crédits
    (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Humanitarian Action, Frameworks and Practice, Jakob Kellenberger (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Humanitarian Adventures: Actors, Institutions and Contemporary Issues, Davide Rodogno (AUTOMNE 2018
    | AUTUMN 2018)
   Image and Violence, Patricia Spyer (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   International Response to Humanitarian Crises, Paola Gaeta (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   The Transformation of Armed Groups, Achim Wennmann (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Violence, Fragility, and Political Order, Rebecca Tapscott (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)

COURS OPTIONNELS DANS L’AXE DE SPÉCIALISATION OFFERTS DANS LES PROGRAMMES
DISCIPLINAIRES | ELECTIVE COURSES IN THE SPECIALISATION TRACK OFFERED IN THE
DISCIPLINARY MASTERS

 Histories of Migration: From the north Atlantic to the Global Turn, Michael Goebel (PRINTEMPS 2019 |
  SPRING 2019)
 Screening the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Competing Narratives through Cinematic Representations,
  Riccardo Bocco (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
 Understanding Terrorism: History, Contexts and New Challenges, Mohammad-Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou
  (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
 Violence, History and Memory in Twentieth-Century Africa, Aidan Russell (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING
  2019)

CAPSTONE
   Capstone, Mohammad-Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou (9 ECTS)




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Axe 3 | Track 3
Environment, Resources and Sustainability
1 COURS OBLIGATOIRE DANS L’AXE DE SPÉCIALISATION | 1 COMPULSORY COURSE IN THE
SPECIALISATION TRACK

 Climates and History: What the Past Can Tell Us about the Present and the Future, Susanna Hecht
  (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
 Governance of Environment and Sustainability, Liliana Andonova (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)



COURS OPTIONNELS DANS L’AXE DE SPÉCIALISATION SPÉCIFIQUES AUX MASTERS
INTERDISCIPLINAIRES | ELECTIVE COURSES IN THE SPECIALISATION TRACK SPECIFIC TO THE
INTERDISCIPLINARY MASTERS

Elective courses are organised in thematic clusters, students are however free to choose electives across
clusters.


Cluster: The Global Framework

 Conservation and Sustainable Development, Susanna Hecht, Marc Hufty, Timothy Swanson (3 ECTS)
  (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
 International Environmental Institutions, James Hollway (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
 Social Movements and the Environment, Marc Hufty (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)



Cluster: Climate Change

 Biodiversity Governance in the Digital Age, Jérôme Duberry (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
 Climate Change Politics and Governance, Sandeep Sengupta (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
 Environmental Economics and Policy, Joëlle Noailly (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
 Political Economy of International Energy, Giacomo Luciani (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)


Cluster: Resources, Economics, Governance and Politics

 Development and the Tropics: Political Ecologies of Lost Edens, Green Hells, El Dorados, Susanna Hecht
  (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
 Economic Development of Resource-Rich Countries, Giacomo Luciani (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
 Global Extraction Networks, Filipe Calvão (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
 Issues in Water Management, Ronald Jaubert (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)


Cluster: Agrarian Environments and Food Systems

 Agrarian Transformation and Mobilization: Land, Labour, and Technology, Amalia Ribi Forclaz (PRINTEMPS
  2019 | SPRING 2019)
 Agrarian Worlds: Practice, Power, Place, Shaila Seshia Galvin (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
 Global Food Systems from a Legal Perspective, Anne Saab (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)




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   Political Ecology, Marc Hufty (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)

COURS OPTIONNELS DANS L’AXE DE SPÉCIALISATION OFFERTS DANS LES PROGRAMMES
DISCIPLINAIRES | ELECTIVE COURSES IN THE SPECIALISATION TRACK OFFERED IN THE
DISCIPLINARY MASTERS

   Climate Change and International Law, Anne Saab (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   International Environmental Law and Policy, Jorge E. Viñuales (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)


CAPSTONE
   Capstone (9 ECTS), Marc Hufty, Claire Somerville



MINEURE | MINOR
Global Health

Students pursuing the Global Health Minor without a proper background in the field are strongly advised to take
the introductory course.


COURS D’INTRODUCTION | INTRODUCTORY COURSE
   Introduction to Global Health: Problems, Principles, Actors and Practices, Vinh-Kim Nguyen
    (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)

COURS OPTIONNELS DANS L’AXE DE SPÉCIALISATION | ELECTIVE COURSES IN THE SPECIALISATION
TRACK

   Anthropological Perspectives on Reproductive Politics in the 21st Century, Aditya Bharadwaj (AUTOMNE
    2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Biofinance, Vinh-Kim Nguyen (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Global Health: Anthropological Perspectives on Disease Eradication, Vinh-Kim Nguyen (3 ECTS)
    (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Global Health, Globalisation and Global Governance: Problems, Politics and Policies, Suerie Moon
    (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Global Health in History, Nicole Bourbonnais (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Global Health Law, Gian Luca Burci (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Global Population and Reproductive Politics in the 20th Century, Nicole Bourbonnais (AUTOMNE 2018 |
    AUTUMN 2018)
   Medical Anthropology I: Health and Illness in Cross Cultural Perspective, Vinh-Kim Nguyen (AUTOMNE
    2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Medical Anthropology II: Contemporary Approaches to Biomedicine, Technology and Global Health, Aditya
    Bharadwaj (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)

COURS OPTIONNELS | ELECTIVE COURSES

The courses listed in the MDEV and MIA specialisation tracks or in the Global Health Minor can be taken as
free electives by students who are not taking the track. Students taking these courses as part of a track will
however have priority. In addition, students can select elective courses specific to the interdisciplinary



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masters or courses offered in the disciplinary programmes from the list below.In the case of courses offered in
the disciplinary programmes, students enrolled in those programmes will have priority.

COURS OPTIONNELS SPÉCIFIQUES AUX MASTERS INTERDISCIPLINAIRES | ELECTIVE COURSES
SPECIFIC TO THE INTERDISCIPLINARY MASTERS

   Advanced Quantitative Methods, Rahul Mukherjee (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   (Dis)Continuities in European Governance, Catherine Hoeffler (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   The EU in International Relations: Theory and Practice, José Manuel Barroso (3 ECTS) (AUTOMNE 2018 |
    AUTUMN 2018)
   The Law and Policy of Legal and Institutional Reform, Deval Desai (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Public Policy, Economic Development and Gender, Martina Viarengo (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Social Analysis of Transnational Law and Arbitration, Fuad Zarbiyev (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Sociologie historique et comparée du politique, Jean-François Bayart (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship, François Bonnici and Kate Milligan, (3 ECTS), (AUTOMNE 2018 |
    AUTUMN 2018)

COURS OPTIONNELS OFFERTS DANS LES PROGRAMMES DISCIPLINAIRES | ELECTIVE COURSES
OFFERED IN DISCIPLINARY PROGRAMMES

Département d’anthropologie et sociologie | Department of Anthropology and Sociology

   Anthropologie rurale et logiques paysannes : une agriculture familiale archaïque ou durable ?, Yvan Droz
    (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Anthropology in/of Institutions, Shaila Seshia Galvin (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Archive, Memory, History, Patricia Spyer (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Cityscapes and the Politics of Tourism Mobilities, Bianca Freire-Medeiros, (3 ECTS) (AUTOMNE 2018 |
    AUTUMN 2018)
   Comprendre l’Afrique de l’Est aujourd’hui : histoire et anthropologie | East Africa between History and
    Anthropology, Yvan Droz, Aidan Russell (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Dealing with the Past and Transitional Justice: Comparative Perspectives, Riccardo Bocco (AUTOMNE 2018
    | AUTUMN 2018)
   Gender and Terrorism, Fenneke Reysoo (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Illicit Economies, Filipe Calvão (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   The Politics of Culture, Identity and Heritage, Valerio Simoni (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Religion et politique en Afrique, Jean-François Bayart (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Religion et politique: perspectives comparatives, Jean-François Bayart (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Sound and Image: Methodologies for the 21st Century, Mark R. Westmoreland, (3 ECTS) (AUTOMNE 2018 |
    AUTUMN 2018)
   The State: Post-Colonial Perspectives, Shalini Randeria (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Violence and the City, Dennis Rodgers (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Visual Anthropology, Patricia Spyer (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)

Département de droit international | Department of International Law

   Accountability for International Crimes, Paola Gaeta (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Corporate Responsibility in International and Transnational Law, Zachary Douglas (AUTOMNE 2018 |
    AUTUMN 2018)
   Les différends territoriaux en droit international, Marcelo Kohen (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   A Discourse Analysis of International Law, Fuad Zarbiyev (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Droit diplomatique international, Eric Wyler (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)



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   Fundamental Principles of International Law, Marcelo Kohen (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Histoire et philosophie du droit international, Eric Wyler (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   International Criminal Law, Paola Gaeta (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   International Economic Law Clinic, (9 ECTS), Joost Pauwelyn, Fuad Zarbiyev (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN
    2018)
   International Migration Law, Vincent Chetail (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   International Trade Law Jan Bohanes (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Marcelo Kohen (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Judicial Interpretation and Legal Reasoning: A Critical Approach, Andrea Bianchi (AUTOMNE 2018 |
    AUTUMN 2018)
   Law without the State, Thomas Schultz (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Legal Issues in International Organisations Clinic, Nico Krisch, Gian Luca Burci (no online registration)
    (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Political Justice and Human Rights: Foundational Questions, Neus Torbisco-Casals (PRINTEMPS 2019 |
    SPRING 2019)
   Research Seminar on the International Law of Energy, Jorge E. Viñuales (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING
    2019)
   The Theory and Practice of Treaty Interpretation, Fuad Zarbiyev, Andrea Bianchi (PRINTEMPS 2019 |
    SPRING 2019)
   WIPO and International Intellectual Property Law, Edward Kwakwa (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)


Département d’économie internationale | Department of International Economics

 The Economics of International Trade, Robert Koopman (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
 International Trade B, Richard Baldwin (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
 Topics in Resource and Development, Joëlle Noailly, Timothy Swanson (open to MA students only with
  permission from the professor) (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)

Département d’histoire internationale | Department of International History

   Comprendre l’Afrique de l’Est aujourd’hui : histoire et anthropologie | East Africa between History and
    Anthropology, Yvan Droz, Aidan Russell (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Continuity and Change in the Middle East and North Africa: From the Ottoman Empire to the Arab Spring,
    Mohammad-Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Corruption Histories, Rui Esteves (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Decolonisation: A History, Cyrus Schayegh (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Encountering Others: Constructions of Race and Difference in World History, Carolyn Biltoft (AUTOMNE
    2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Evolution of the International System, c. 1815 to the Present, Gopalan Balchandran (PRINTEMPS 2019 |
    SPRING 2019)
   Foreign Policies of Major Powers, Lanxin Xiang (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN)
   Gender, Sexuality and Decolonisation in the Global South, Nicole Bourbonnais (PRINTEMPS 2019 |
    SPRING 2019)
   Global Cities in History, Michael Goebel (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Histories of Truth, Facts and Uncertainity, Aidan Russell (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   History and Development, Amalia Ribi Forclaz (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   The Imperial Republic: France and the World, 1870-1960, Michael Goebel (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING
    2019)
   International Finance in History, Rui Esteves (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)



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 Nationalism: A Global Career, Michael Goebel (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
 Political Economy and Empire, Andrew Sartori (3 ECTS) (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
 Studying Mass Violence in Twentieth Century Eastern Europe, Oksana Myshlovska (3 ECTS) (PRINTEMPS
  2019 | SPRING 2019)
 Topics in Economic History, Rui Esteves (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
 United States and East Asia since the 19th Century, Lanxin Xiang (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)

Département de relations internationales/science politique | Department of International
Relations/Political Science

   Civil War and Genocide in Rwanda, Ravinder Bhavnani (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Comparative Politics, Melanie Kolbe (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Critical Security Studies, Keith Krause (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Designing and Conducting Field Research, David Backer (3 ECTS) (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Foreign Policy Analysis, David Sylvan (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Gender and International Relations, Elisabeth Prügl (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Gender and War, Elizabeth Mesok (3 ECTS) (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Gender Mainstreaming, Olena Hankivsky (3 ECTS) (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Global Partnerships, Moira Faul (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Identity and Conflictuality in the Contemporary Sub-Saharan Africa, Eric Degila (3 ECTS) (AUTOMNE 2018 |
    AUTUMN 2018)
   International Governance, Stephanie Hofmann (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   International Political Economy, Sungmin Rho (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   International Political Economy of Art, David Sylvan (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   International Security, Keith Krause (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Middle East Politics, Jérôme Drevon (3 ECTS) (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   The Politics of Knowledge in Global Governance, Annabelle Littoz-Monnet (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Post Soviet Security Space, Grazvydas Jasutis (3 ECTS) (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Practices of World Politics, Anna Leander (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Social Networks: Theories and Methods, James Hollway (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Survey Experiments, Sungmin Rho (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)


ATELIERS DE COMPÉTENCES | SKILLS WORKSHOPS

   Behavioural Public Policy, Björn Bartling
   Best Practice Communications and Presentation Skills, Susan Laverick, Lizzy Bagnall
   Big Data Analysis, Karsten Donnay
   Communication for Advocacy, Ruxandra Stoicescu
   Crisis Communications, Rolf Olsen
   Digital Communications Strategy, Michael Hanley
   Evaluation of Development Projects, Matteo Guidotti
   Gestion de Projets, Dominique Rossier, Liliana Soler
   Personal Presence and Business Storytelling, Matthias Anderegg
   Social Innovation Skills, Elena Zheglova
   Strategy Consulting in the Development Sector, Karin Hageman
   Wrirting for the Profession, Cecilia Cannon





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Master en études du développement (MDEV)
Master in Development Studies (MDEV)
ÉTUDIANTS ENTRANT EN DEUXIÈME ANNÉE | CONTINUING STUDENTS


STRUCTURE GÉNÉRALE DU PLAN D’ÉTUDES | GENERAL CURRICULUM OUTLINE




Students having entered in autumn 2017 are expected to:
   Complete any remaining compulsory courses.
   Complete the course requirement for the Major in the chosen track. In each track there is either one
    compulsory course or a choice of two courses from which students should take one. In addition, students
    should obtain 18 credits of elective courses within the track. If the other compulsory course in the track, when
    available, is taken in addition to the one required, it will count towards the 18 credits of elective courses
    required within the track.
   Complete the course requirement for the Minor chosen in the MDEV (for which they need to take a
    compulsory course and another 6 credits of elective courses in the track over the course of their studies).
   Achieve the 12 credits in workshops, 12 credits in disciplinary or interdisciplinary elective courses which they
    can choose freely, complete in the first semester the capstone project they have started in the spring
    semester of this year for 9 credits, and produce a thesis for 18 credits.
   Students can also validate an internship for 3 credits. If they choose not to do so, they are required to obtain
    an additional 3 credits of free elective courses.




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COURS OFFERTS PAR LES MASTERS INTERDISCIPLINAIRES AUX DEPARTEMENTS |
ELECTIVE COURSES OFFERED BY THE INTERDISCIPLINARY MASTERS TO THE
DISCIPLINARY DEPARTMENTS

   Agrarian Transformation and Mobilization: Land, Labour, and Technology, Amalia Ribi-Forclaz (PRINTEMPS
    2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Agrarian Worlds: Practice, Power, Place, Shaila Seshia Galvin (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Anthropology of Development Projects, Yvan Droz (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Asian Security System, Lanxin Xiang (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Biodiversity Governance in the Digital Age, Jérôme Duberry (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Business and Security in Fragile States, Achim Wennmann (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Conservation and Sustainable Development, Susanna Hecht, Timothy Swanson, Marc Hufty (3 ECTS)
    (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Development and the tropics: Political Ecologies of Lost Edens, Green Hells, El Dorados, Susanna Hecht
    (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   (Dis)Continuities in European Governance, Catherine Hoeffler (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Economic Development of Resource-Rich Countries, Giacomo Luciani (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   The Economics of Migration, Giovanni Facchini (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Education and Development: Tools and Techniques for International Cooperation, Gita Steiner-Khamsi
    (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Empire: Past, Present and Future, Cyrus Schayegh (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Environmental Economics and Policy, Joëlle Noailly (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   The European Union in International Relations: Theory and Practice, José Manuel Barroso (3 ECTS)
    (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Global Extraction Networks, Filipe Calvão (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Global Food Systems from a Legal Perspective, Anne Saab (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Global Health, Globalisation and Global Governance: Problems, Politics and Policies, Suerie Moon
    (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Global Migration Governance, Vincent Chetail (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Global Population and Reproductive Politics in the 20th Century, Nicole Bourbonnais (AUTOMNE 2018 |
    AUTUMN 2018)
   Globalisation and the Political Economy Labour, Sungmin Rho (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Image and Violence, Patricia Spyer (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   International Business, Simon Evenett (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   International Environmental Institutions, James Hollway (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Internationalisation of Education and Development, Alexandre Dormeier-Freire (PRINTEMPS 2019 |
    SPRING 2019)
   Internet Governance and Economics, Michael Kende (3 ECTS) (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Introduction to Global Health: Problems, Principles, Actors and Practices, Ilona Kickbusch, Vinh-Kim Nguyen
    (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Issues in Water Management, Ronald Jaubert (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   The Law and Policy of Legal and Institutional Reform , Deval Desai (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Mobilities, Spaces and Cities, Alessandro Monsutti, Rafael Sanchez (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Political Ecology, Marc Hufty (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Political Economy of International Energy, Giacomo Luciani (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   The Politics of Immigration Control, Mélanie Kolbe (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Public Policy, Economic Development and Gender, Martina Viarengo (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)
   Regulating Globalisation: International Economic Law, Joost Pauwelyn (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
   Social Analysis of Transnational Law and Arbitration, Fuad Zarbiyev (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)



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 Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship, François Bonnici, Katherin Milligan (3 ECTS) (AUTOMNE 2018 |
  AUTUMN 2018)
 Social Movements and the Environment, Marc Hufty Spring 2019 (PRINTEMPS 2019 | SPRING 2019)
 Trade and Development, Julja Cajal-Grossi (AUTOMNE 2018 | AUTUMN 2018)




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ANTHROPOLOGIE ET SOCIOLOGIE
ANTHROPOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY

Master en anthropologie et sociologie
Master in Anthropology and Sociology
 Le master en anthropologie et sociologie est un               The Master in Anthropology and Sociology is a
 programme destiné aux étudiants intéressés par                programme designed for students interested in the
 l’étude comparée des problèmes globaux par-delà               comparative study of global issues across national
 les frontières nationales ainsi que l’opposition entre        borders and beyond the opposition between centre
 centre et périphérie. Il examine de façon critique les        and periphery. It examines in a critical way
 relations internationales et le développement dans            international relations and development with the
 le but de questionner les visions totalisantes de la          goal of questioning totalising views of globalisation
 globalisation et la division conventionnelle entre le         and the conventional North-South divide. Courses in
 Nord et le Sud. Les enseignements du programme                the programme engage with theoretical approaches
 abordent les perspectives théoriques et outils                and methodological tools in anthropology and
 méthodologiques de l’anthropologie et de la                   sociology in order to enable students to explore
 sociologie permettant aux étudiants d’explorer une            several key themes: development; the state and
 variété de thématiques clés: le développement;                international governance; violence and conflict;
 l’État et la gouvernance internationale; la violence et       rural-urban relations; migration; global health and
 les conflits; les relations rurales-urbaines; les              biomedicine; law, market and labour; inequality;
 migrations; la santé globale et la biomédecine; le            gender; environment; the politics of images.
 droit, le marché et l’emploi; l’inégalité; le genre;
 l’environnement; la politique des images.

    http://graduateinstitute.ch/home/study/academi
     cdepartments/anso/study-
     programmes/master.html


STRUCTURE GÉNÉRALE DU PLAN D’ÉTUDES | GENERAL CURRICULUM OUTLINE

 4 cours obligatoires | 4 compulsory courses                                      4 x 6 = 24 ECTS
 11 cours optionnels | 11 elective courses                                        11 x 6 = 66 ECTS
 7 à 9 cours dans la discipline de spécialisation (y compris 2 cours optionnels   42 à/to 54 ECTS
 recommandés) | 7 to 9 courses in the discipline of specialisation (including 2
 recommended elective courses)
 2 à 4 cours dans une ou plusieurs discipline(s) complémentaire(s) |              12 à/to 24 ECTS
 2 to 4 courses in one or several complementary discipline(s)
 Mémoire de master | Master dissertation                                          30 ECTS
 TOTAL                                                                            90 + 30 = 120 ECTS




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Chaque étudiant a la possibilité d’étaler ses cours       ÉTUDIANTS ENTRANT EN PREMIÈRE ANNÉE |
optionnels sur les semestres 1 à 4 mais doit              INCOMING STUDENTS
prendre en compte:
 la répartition des crédits entre les cours suivis       SEMESTRE 1: AUTOMNE 2018 (30 ECTS) |
      dans la discipline de spécialisation et les cours   SEMESTER 1: AUTUMN 2018 (30 ECTS)
      suivis dans les disciplines complémentaires ;
                                                          2 COURS OBLIGATOIRES |
 l’obligation réglementaire d’obtenir, pour
                                                          2 COMPULSORY COURSES
      chaque semestre, un minimum de 18 crédits
                                                          (2 x 6 = 12 ECTS)
      ECTS;
 l’impossibilité de répéter un cours raté au
                                                           Research Methods in Anthropology and
      quatrième semestre des études.                        Sociology, Françoise Grange Omokaro,
Les étudiants en master qui souhaitent emprunter la         Graziella Moraes Silva
filière rapide de doctorat doivent obtenir les 90          Social Theory I: Classical and Contemporary
crédits d’enseignement requis par le plan d’études          Debates, Vinh-Kim Nguyen
au terme du troisième semestre d’études; ils ne
devront donc pas suivre le «Writing Workshop (MA          3 COURS OPTIONNELS |
Thesis)» réservé aux seuls étudiants finissant leur       3 ELECTIVE COURSES
programme de master. En revanche, ils devront             (3 x 6 = 18 ECTS ou/ or
participer au «Doctoral Research Seminar I» lors de
                                                          2 x 3 + 2 x 6 = 18 = 18 ECTS)
leur troisième semestre de master.
Les étudiants ont la possibilité d’effectuer, au cours    SEMESTRE 2: PRINTEMPS 2019 (30 ECTS) |
de leur troisième semestre d’études, un semestre          SEMESTER 2: SPRING 2019 (30 ECTS)
d’échange hors les murs dans l’une de nos
universités partenaires. Ils peuvent alors transférer     2 COURS OBLIGATOIRES |
un maximum de 30 crédits ECTS.                            2 COMPULSORY COURSES
Each student is allowed to spread out the elective        (2 x 6 = 12 ECTS)
courses over semesters 1 to 4, but must take into
account the following points:                              Ethnographic Fieldwork, Françoise Grange
 students must take a certain number of courses            Omokaro, Alessandro Monsutti
      in their discipline of specialisation and in         Social Theory II: Critical Theories and
      complementary disciplines;                            Epistemologies, Yvan Droz
 it is obligatory for students to obtain a minimum
      of 18 ECTS credits each semester;                   3 COURS OPTIONNELS |
 courses failed during the fourth semester of            3 ELECTIVE COURSES
      studies cannot be repeated.                         (3 x 6 = 18 ECTS ou/ or
MA students interested in the doctoral fast track         2 x 3 + 2 x 6 = 18 = 18 ECTS)
must obtain the 90 course credits required by the
curriculum by the end of the third semester; these        SEMESTRE 3: AUTOMNE 2019 (24 ou 30 ECTS) |
students should therefore not take the “Writing           SEMESTER 3: AUTUMN 2019 (24 or 30 ECTS)
Workshop (MA Thesis)” reserved for students
                                                          4 OU 5 COURS OPTIONNELS |
finishing the master programme. They should,
                                                          4 OR 5 ELECTIVE COURSES
however, participate in the “Doctoral Research
                                                          (4 x 6 = 24 ECTS ou/or 5 x 6 = 30 ECTS)
Seminar I” in the third semester of the master
programme.                                                Dont 1 cours optionnel recommandé: |
Students have the opportunity to spend their third        Including 1 recommended elective course:
semester at one of the Institute’s partner
universities as part of its exchange programmes. At          Research Design and Proposal Writing in the
the end of this period abroad, they will be able to           Social Sciences, Graziella Moraes Silva
transfer a maximum of 30 ECTS credits.




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SEMESTRE 4: PRINTEMPS 2020 (30 ou 36              Automne 2018 | Autumn 2018
ECTS) |
                                                   Anthropological Perspectives on Reproductive
SEMESTER 4: SPRING 2020 (30 or 36 ECTS)
                                                    Politics in the 21st Century, Aditya Bharadwaj
1 COURS OPTIONNEL RECOMMANDÉ |                     Anthropologie rurale et logiques paysannes :
1 RECOMMENDED ELECTIVE COURSE                       une agriculture familiale archaïque ou
(1 x 6 = 6 ECTS)                                    durable ?, Yvan Droz
                                                   Biofinance, Vinh-Kim Nguyen
   Writing Workshop (MA Thesis), Fenneke          Cityscapes and the Politics of Tourism
    Reysoo                                          Mobilities, Bianca Freire-Medeiros (3 ECTS)
                                                   Comprendre l'Afrique de l'Est aujourd'hui :
MÉMOIRE DE MASTER | MASTER                          histoire et anthropologie / East Africa between
DISSERTATION                                        History and Anthropology, Yvan Droz, Aidan
(30 ECTS)                                           Russell
                                                   Dealing with the Past and Transitional Justice:
                                                    Comparative Perspectives, Riccardo Bocco
ÉTUDIANTS ENTRANT EN DEUXIÈME ANNÉE |
                                                  Gender and Terrorism, Fenneke Reysoo
CONTINUING STUDENTS
                                                   Medical Anthropology I: Health and Illness in
SEMESTRE 3: AUTOMNE 2018 (24 ou 30 ECTS) |          Cross Cultural Perspective, Vinh-Kim Nguyen
SEMESTER 3: AUTUMN 2018 (24 or 30 ECTS)            The Politics of Culture, Identity and Heritage,
                                                    Valerio Simoni
4 OU 5 COURS OPTIONNELS |                          Religion et politique: perspectives
4 OR 5 ELECTIVE COURSES                             comparatives, Jean-François Bayart
(4 x 6 = 24 ECTS ou/or 5 x 6 = 30 ECTS)            Sound and Image: Methodologies for the 21st
                                                    Century, Mark R. Westmoreland (3 ECTS)
Dont 1 cours optionnel recommandé: |               The State: Post-Colonial Perspectives, Shalini
Including 1 recommended elective course:            Randeria
                                                   Violence and the City, Dennis Rodgers
   Research Design and Proposal Writing in the    Visual Anthropology, Patricia Spyer
    Social Sciences, Graziella Moraes Silva
                                                  Printemps 2019 | Spring 2019
SEMESTRE 4: PRINTEMPS 2019 (30 ou 36
ECTS) |SEMESTER 4: SPRING 2019 (30 ou 36             Anthropology in/of Institutions, Shaila Seshia
ECTS)                                                 Galvin
                                                     Archive, Memory, History, Patricia Spyer
1 COURS OPTIONNEL RECOMMANDÉ |                       Crowds and Publics, Rafael Sánchez
1 RECOMMENDED ELECTIVE COURSE                        Global Health: Anthropological Perspectives on
(1 x 6 = 6 ECTS)                                      Disease Eradication, Vinh-Kim Nguyen (3
                                                      ECTS)
   Writing Workshop (MA Thesis), Fenneke            IIlicit Economies, Filipe Calvão
    Reysoo
                                                     Medical Anthropology II: Contemporary
MÉMOIRE DE MASTER | MASTER                            Approaches to Biomedicine, Technology and
DISSERTATION                                          Global Health, Aditya Bharadwaj
(30 ECTS)                                            Religion et politique en Afrique, Jean-François
                                                      Bayart
                                                     Screening the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict:
LISTE DES COURS OPTIONNELS |                          Competing and Complementary Narratives
LIST OF ELECTIVE COURSES                              through Cinematic Representations, Riccardo
                                                      Bocco
DANS LA DISCIPLINE DE SPÉCIALISATION |
IN THE DISCIPLINE OF SPECIALISATION
(42 à/to 54 ECTS, 7 à/to 9 cours/courses)




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