Faculty affiliated with the Human Rights program offer courses in several colleges. For more information on the courses that count towards the Human Rights Minor please see our detailed Plan of Study.

Spring 2019 Course Information

A detailed list of all the Human Rights studies courses being offered in Spring 2019 is available here.

Core Classes

33805: History of Human Rights

24000: Social and Political Philosophy
26000: Philosophy and Law

43801:  International Human Rights
43300:  International Organization
50400: Human 
Rights Ethics


11400: Global Moral Issues

20500: Human Cultural Diversity
27000: Biomedical Ethics
28000: Ethics and Animals
29000: Environmental Ethics
30000: Eve of Destruction: Global Crises & World Organization in the 20th Century
32800: Criminal Justice
32900: History of Women in Modern Europe
33501: Nationalism and Socialism in East Central Europe 
33700: Europe in the Age of the Cold War
33900: Literature and the Law
34000: Global Perspectives on Health
35200: Drugs, Culture and Society
38000: Using Anthropology in the World
38200: American Constitutional History
38300: Recent American Constitutional History
39001: Jews in the Modern World
40500: French Revolution and Napoleon 
40600: Rebels and Romantics
40800: Dictatorship and Democracy: Europe 1914-1939
41300: Europe in the Age of Empires
41900: Sociology of Law
46100: Constitutional Law I
46200: Constitutional Law II
46900: Black Civil Rights Movement
48200: Sexual Diversity in Global Perspectives 
55500: Critical Theory
59500: Holocaust and Genocide

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