Human Rights 001. Human Wrongs / Human Rights (4 units)

Keith Watenpaugh

Lecture:
MWF 10:00-10:50A

2205 Haring Hall

Section Disc. Leader Day / Time Room CRN
001 Staff W 6:10-7:00P 1007 Giedt Hall 46913
002 Staff W 7:10-8:00P 1007 Giedt Hall 46914
003 Staff T 6:10-7:00P TBA 46915
004 Staff T 7:10-8:00P TBA 46916
005 Staff M 6:10-7:00P 1344 Storer Hall 46917
006 Staff M 7:10-8:00P 1344 Storer Hall 46918
007 Staff F 11:00-11:50A 80 SS&H Bldg 46919
008 Staff F 12:10-1:00P 80 SS&H Bldg 46920
009 Staff R 5:10-6:00P TBA 63399
010 Staff R 6:10-7:00P TBA 63400

Course Description: Introduction to Human Rights and the problems they seek to address. Using key episodes of inhumanity like slavery, genocide, and racism. Examines how international movements for social justice led to the emergence of the international Human Rights system.

Prerequisite: None.

GE credit (New): Arts & Humanities, Social Sciences, World Cultures and Writing Experience.

Format: Lecture - 3 hours; Discussion - 1 hour.

Textbooks:

  • TBA

Human Rights 134. Human Rights (4 units)

Keith Watenpaugh

MW 2:10-4:00P
180 Med Sci Bldg
CRN 46921

Course Description: Introduction to the interdisciplinary study of the origins, evolution, denial and protection of Human Rights.

Prerequisite: None.

GE credit (New): Arts & Humanities, Social Sciences, World Cultures and Writing Experience.

Format: Lecture/Discussion - 3 hours; Term Paper.

Textbooks:

  • TBA