Summer 2005 Canadian Studies Courses
North American Politics: United States and Canada
William Green, Professor of Government
Morehead State University, firstname.lastname@example.org
North American Politics will examine two nations born from the American Revolution and sharing the longest undefended border in the world. The course will look north to Canada, our largest trading partner, as it looks south at us: a country ten times its population whose culture exercises an hydraulic effect on its way of life. To explore these two distinct, but intimately-related nations which share the North American continent, this course will focus on the context of their politics, the nature of their constitutions, participation in their political lives, the structure of their governments, and the leading domestic and international issues in the life of these two post-industrial democratic republics.
North American Politics will originate from Morehead State University, use the MSU Blackboard server, and be taught by William Green, Professor of Government at MSU. You may take this course if you are an MSU, EKU, WKU, or UK student. At MSU, it is listed as GOVT 329 and IST 329; at EKU, it is POL 405; at UK it is PS 491; and at WKU, it is PS 460-A71.
After you register for this course on your home campus, you must email Professor Green at email@example.com and provide him with your email address, phone number, and mailing address. He will send you a reply email with basic course information. Then purchase your textbooks at the MSU Bookstore. If you have MSU Blackboard-related questions, contact the MSU Distance Learning Help Desk at 606-783-2082.
Sustainable Cities in Canada and the United States / Urban Sustainability in North America
Ernest J. Yanarella, Professor of Political Science
University of Kentucky, firstname.lastname@example.org
The specter of global warming and climate change and an Earth populated with 10 billion people in sprawling, teeming cities have kindled the dream in North America and around the world of building sustainable cities working in harmony with nature. In this course, we will explore the evolution of blueprints for sustainable cities in Canada and the United States and will focus our attention on the meaning of sustainability, the challenge of growth-oriented economic national politics and policies, the promotion of local and national sustainability policies, the fledgling efforts by towns and cities to institute local sustainability programs, and the stakes and prospects for achieving sustainable development.
Sustainable Cities in Canada and the United State / Urban Sustainability in North America will originate from the University of Kentucky, use the UK Blackboard server and electronic library reserves, and be taught by Ernest J. Yanarella, Professor of Political Science at UK. You may take this course if you are a MSU, EKU, WKU, or UK student. At MSU, it is listed as IST 329; at EKU, it is POL 405; at UK it is PS 491; and at WKU, it is PS 460-A71.
After you register for this course on your home campus, you must email Professor Ernest J. Yanarella at email@example.com and provide him with your email address, phone number, and mailing address. He will send you a reply email with basic course information. Then purchase your textbooks at the UK Bookstore. If you have UK Blackboard-related questions, contact Kore Donnelly, UK Distance Learning Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 859-257-4052.