Courses

Professor Stepan teaches two graduate level courses each spring.

Stepan's teaching and research interests include comparative politics, theories of democratic transitions, federalism, and the world's religious systems, and democracy.

Democracy and Democratization: Theories, Institutions and Practices (6000 level course) (Spring 2015)

Democracy, the World's Religions, and Problems of the 'Twin Tolerations'" (U6295) (Spring 2009)

Issues in Comparative Democracies and Secularisms" (G8434) (Spring 2009)

Democracy, the World's Religions, and Problems of the ‘Twin Tolerations' (Spring 2007)

Democratic Voices in the World's Religions: Islam (Spring 2007)

Selected Problems in Democracy and Democratization: Theories, Institutions and Practices. Sciences-Po (Fall 2006)

Selected Problems in Democracy and Democratization (Spring 2006)