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EDITED BY THE FACULTY OF POLITICAL SCIENCE OF
Faculty of Political Science.
Seth Low, LL.D., President. J. W. Burgess, LL. D., Professor of Political Science and Constitutional Law. Richmond Mayo-Smith, Ph.D., Professor of Political Economy. Munroe Smith, J.U.D., Professor of Comparative Jurisprudence. F. J. Goodnow, LL.D., Professor of Administrative Law. E. R. A. Seligman, Ph.D., Professor of Political Economy and Finance. H. L. Osgood, Ph.D., Professor of History. Wm. A. Dunning, Ph.D.,
Professor of History. J. B. Moore, A. M., Professor of International Law. F. H. Giddings, A.M., Professor of Sociology. J. B. Clark, Ph.D., Professor of Political Economy. J. H. Robinson, Ph.D., Professor of History. W.M. Sloane, L.H.D., Pro. fessor of History. Edmond Kelly, Lecturer on New York History. Ĝ. L. Beer, A.M., Lecturer on Mediaeval History. A. M. Day, A.M., Assistant in Economics. W.Z. Ripley, Ph.D., Lecturer on Anthropology. Wm. R. Shepherd, Ph. D., Lecturer on European History. G. J. Bayles, Lecturer on Sociology. O. E. Merriam, Jr., A. M., Lecturer on Political Theory.
COURSES OF LEOTURES. I. HISTORY.-[i] History of Rome ;  Rise of the Holy Roman Empire ;  Sources of Mediæval History:  The Mediæval European City: (5-8) Early, Mediæval and Modern Church History:  Mediæyal Institutions ; (10) The Reformation ;  Opening of Lutheran Reformation: (12) France under Louis XVI.; (13) Age of the French Revolution; (14) Work of Napoleon ; (15) Constitutional History of England; (16) Transitions in American History: (17) Constitutional History of the United States ; [18, 19) American Colonial History during the Seventeenth and Eigh. teenth centuries;  The War of 1812 ; (21) United States during Civil War and Reconstruction ;  Seminar in European History :  Seminar in American Colonial History.
II. ECONOMICS AND SOCIAL SCIENCE.-(1) Economic History ;  Outlines of Economics ; (3] Practical Political Economy; (4) Science of Finance ; (5] Fiscal and Industrial History of the United States ;  Railroad Problems;  History of Economics ;  Static Theory of Distribution ; (9) Dynamic Theory of Distribution ; [10) Communism and Socialism ;  Theories of Social Reform; (12) Principles of Sociology;  Applied Anthropology; (14) Statistics and Sociol. ogy: (15) Statistics and Economics ;  Theory of Statistics į (17) General Sociology ;  Progress and Democracy: (19) Pauperism and Charities;  Crime and Penology:  Civil Aspects of Ecclesiastical Organizations ;  Seminar in Political Economy and Finance ;  Laboratory Work in Statistics :  Seminar in Sociology and Statistics.
III. CONSTITUTIONAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW.-(1) Comparative Constitutional Law of Europe and the United States ;  Comparative Constitutional Law of the Commonwealths of the United States: (3) Comparative Administrative Law of the United States and the Principal European States ;  Law of 'Taxation; (5) Municipal Government;  Seminar in Constitutional Law; (7) Seminar in Administration.
IV. DIPLOMACY AND INTERNATIONAL LAW.-(1) History of European Diplomacy,  History of American Diplomacy ; (3) Principles of International Law;  Criminal Law and Extradition ; (5) Seminar in International Law.
V. ROMAN LAW AND COMPARATIVE JURISPRUDENCE.-(1) History and Institutes of Roman Law; (2) Roman Law, Cases from the Digest ; (3) History of European Law; (4) Comparative Jurisprudence; (5) International Private Law:  Seminar in Legal History and Comparative Legislation.
VI. POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY.- History of Political Theories, ancient and inediæval;  History of Political Theories, modern;  History of American Political Philosophy; (4) Seminar in Political Philosophy.
The course of study covers three years, at the end of which the degree of Ph.D. may be taken. Any person not a candidate for a degree may attend any of the courses at any time by payment of a proportional fee. Twenty-four fellowships of $500 each, and thirty-four scholarships of $150 each are awarded to advanced students. Several prizes of from $50 to $150 are awarded annually. Three prize lectureships of $500 each for three years are open to competition of graduates.
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