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Human rights courses at the University of Minnesota

明尼苏达大学文学院(College of Liberal Arts at the University of Minnesota)开设人权项目(Human Rights Program)。

明尼苏达大学人权中心(The University of Minnesota Human Rights Center)另设“人权图书馆”与“人权资源中心”。

 

以下为明尼苏达大学人权项目课程简介

 

 
 

Undergraduate Courses

Courses Offered Spring 2012

AFRO/SOC 3251: Sociological Perspectives on Race, Class, and Gender (Brewer), 3 credits

AFRO/AMIN/CHIC 4231: The Color of Public Policy: African Americans, American Indians, and Chicanos in the United States (Brewer), 3 credits

ANTH 4053: Economy, Culture, and Critique (Gudeman), 3 credits

ANTH 4075: Cultural Histories of Healing (Langford), 3 credits

CHIC 3374: Migrant Farmworkers in the U.S.: Families, Work and Advocacy (Sass Zaragoza), 3 credits

GEOG 3379/GLOS 3303: Environment and Development in the Third World (Bialostosky), 3 credits

GEOG 3381W: Population in an Interacting World (Simms), 3 credits

GLOS 3402: Human Rights Internship (Frey), 3 credits

GLOS/SOC 4104: Crime and Human Rights (Savelsberg), 3 credits

HIST 3782: Human Rights and Crimes against Humanity (Weitz), 3 credits

HIST 3960: Topics in History: Refugees from the Secret War (Lee), 3 credits

HSEM 3014H: Philosophies of Ethics and Peace: India (Junghare), 3 credits

PHIL 3302W: Moral Problems of Contemporary Society, 4 credits

PHIL 3304: Law and Morality (Holtman), 4 credits

POL 4478W: Contemporary Politics in Africa and the Colonial Legacy (Nimtz), 4 credits

POL 4502W: Supreme Court, Civil Liberties, and Civil Rights (Johnson, Beaumont), 3 credits

POL 4773W: Interest Groups, Social Movements and Politics of Race, Class and Gender (Phinney), 3 credits

SOC 4411: Terrorist Networks and Counterterrorist Organizations (Knoke), 3 credits

SW 3501: Theories and Practices of Social Change Organizing (Albrecht), 4 credits

SW 3703: Gender Violence in Global Perspective (Knust), 3 credits

Courses Offered in Past Semesters

 

Fall

  • CHIC 3852: Chicana/o Politics

  • CHIC 4275: Theory in Action: Community Engagement in a Social Justice Framework

  • COMM 3676W: Communicating Terrorism

  • GWSS 3003: Gender and Global Politics

  • GLOS 3021: Altering States: After Communism

  • GLOS 3401: International Human Rights Law

  • GLOS 4910: Topics in Global Studies: Transnational Activism

  • HIST 3727: History of the Holocaust

  • POL 3410: The Politics of Inequality

  • POL 3451W: Politics and Society in the New Europe

  • POL 3739: Politics of Race, Class, and Ethnicity

  • POL 3873W: Global Citizenship and International Ethics

  • POL 4463: The Cuban Revolution Through the Words of Cuban Revolutionaries

  • POL 4485: Human Rights and Democracy in the World

  • POL 4489W: Citizens, Consumers, and Corporations

  • POL 4883W: Global Governance

  • POL 4885W: International Conflict and Security

  • SW 3703: Gender Violence in Global Perspective

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Spring

  • AFRO/SOC 3251: Sociological Perspectives on Race, Class, and Gender

  • AFRO/AMIN/CHIC 4231: The Color of Public Policy: African Americans, American Indians, and Chicanos in the United States

  • ANTH 4053: Economy, Culture, and Critique

  • ANTH 4075: Cultural Histories of Healing

  • CHIC 3374: Migrant Farmworkers in the U.S.: Families, Work and Advocacy

  • GEOG 3379/GLOS 3303: Environment and Development in the Third World

  • GEOG 3381W: Population in an Interacting World

  • GLOS 3402: Human Rights Internship

  • GLOS/SOC 4104: Crime and Human Rights

  • HIST 3782: Human Rights and Crimes against Humanity

  • HIST 3960: Topics in History: Refugees from the Secret War

  • HSEM 3014H: Philosophies of Ethics and Peace: India

  • PHIL 3302W: Moral Problems of Contemporary Society

  • PHIL 3304: Law and Morality

  • POL 4478W: Contemporary Politics in Africa and the Colonial Legacy

  • POL 4502W: Supreme Court, Civil Liberties, and Civil Rights

  • POL 4773W: Interest Groups, Social Movements and Politics of Race, Class and Gender

  • SOC 4411: Terrorist Networks and Counterterrorist Organizations

  • SW 3501: Theories and Practices of Social Change Organizing

  • SW 3703: Gender Violence in Global Perspective

 

 

Graduate Courses

Courses Offered Spring 2012

 

Core Courses

  • HIST 5960: Topics in History: Human Rights and Crimes against Humanity (Weitz), 3 credits

Elective Courses

  • CHIC 5374: Migrant Farmworkers in the U.S.: Families, Work, and Advocacy (Sass Zaragoza), 3 credits

  • COMM 8110: Advanced Topics Seminar: International and Ethnic Conflict Amelioration, Resolution, and Prevention (Albert). 3 credits

  • HRIR 8023: International Human Resources Management (Leslie), 2 credits

  • KIN 5371: Sport and Society (LaVoi), 3 credits

  • PA 5414: Child Labor and Education (Levison), 3 credits

  • PA 5421: Racial Inequality and Public Policy (Myers), 3 credits

  • PA 5452: Immigration and Public Policy (Fennelly), 3 credits

  • POL 5502: Supreme Court, Civil Liberties, and Civil Rights (Johnson), 3 credits

  • PUBH 6634: Advocacy and Children's Rights (Oberg), 2 credits

  • PUBH 6807: Global Health Relief, Development, and Religious and Non-Religious NGOs (Allison), 3 credits

  • SW 8525: Global Perspectives on Social Welfare, Peace, and Justice (Menanteau), 3 credits

 

Courses Offered in Past Semesters

Core Courses

Fall

  • GLOS 5403/LAW 6058: Human Rights Advocacy (Frey), 3 credits

  • LAW 6886: International Human Rights Law (Weissbrodt, Frey, Fraser, Krohnke), 3 credits

  • POL 5485: Human Rights and Democracy in the World (Sikkink), 3 credits

Spring

  • HIST 5960/8245: Human Rights and Crimes against Humanity (Weitz), 3 credits

  • POL 8660: Theoretical Approaches to Human Rights (Sikkink), 3 credits

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 Elective Courses (Fall)

  • AFEE 5361: World Development Problems (Amenumey), 3 credits

  • AFRO 8202: Seminar: Intellectual History of Race (Brewer), 3 credits

  • AMIN 5890: Problems in American Indian History (O'Brien), 3 credits

  • CSPH 5111: Ways of Thinking about Health (Hassel), 2 credits

  • CSPH 5211: Peacemaking and Spirituality: A Journey Toward Healing and Strength (Umbreit), 2-3 credits

  • EDPA 5104: Strategies for International Development of Education Systems (Johnstone), 3 credits

  • EDPA 8121: Doctoral Seminar: Comparative and International Development Education (Dejaeghere), 1-6 credits

  • EPSY 5135: Human Relations Workshop, 4 credits, online

  • ESPM 5251: Natural Resources in Sustainable International Development (Current), 3 credits

  • LAW 6030: Contemporary Problems in Freedom on Speech and Press (Kirtley), 3 credits

  • LAW 6602: International Law, 3 credits

  • LAW 7400: Clinic: Human Rights Litigation and International Legal Advocacy (Green), 4 credit

  • LAW 7842: Clinic: Immigration and Human Rights (Meili), 4 credits

  • PA 5401: Poverty, Inequality, and Public Policy (Hanratty), 3 credits

  • PA 5451: Immigrant Health Issues (Fennelly), 3-4 credits, online

  • PA 5601: Survey of Women, Law, and Public Policy in the United States (Laughlin), 3 credits

  • PA 5690: Topics in Women and Public Policy: Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault (Schuster), 3 credits

  • PA 5890: Topics in Foreign Policy and International Affairs

              Globalization and the World Food Economy, (Johnson), 3 credits

              Humanitarianism (Barnett), 3 credits

              Crisis Management (Andreason), 3 credits

  • POL 8403: International Norms and Institutions (Sikkink), 3 credits

  • PUBH 6066: Building Communities, Increasing Health: Preparing for Community Health Work (Axtell), 2 credits

  • PUBH 6131: Working in Global Health, 2 credits

  • PUBH 6801: Health and Human Rights (Allison), 3 credits

  • SW 8505: Advanced Community Organization and Advocacy (Lightfoot), 3 credits

 

Elective Courses (Spring)

  • AFRO 8554: Gender, Race, Nation, and Policy - Perspectives from Within the African Diaspora (Brewer), 3 credits

  • CHIC 5374: Migrant Farmworkers in the U.S.: Families, Work, and Advocacy (Sass Zaragoza), 3 credits

  • EPSM 5001: Treaty Rights and Natural Resources (Spangler), 3 credits

  • EPSY 5135: Human Relations Workshop (Johnson), 4 credits

  • HRIR 5025: Comparative and International Human Resources and Industrial Relations (Scoville), 2 credits

  • HRIR 8023: International Human Resource Management (Leslie), 2 credits

  • KIN 5371: Sport and Society (LaVoi), 3 credits

  • LAW 6827: Women's International Human Rights (Weissbrodt), 2 credits

  • PA 5414: Child Labor and Education (Levison), 3 credits

  • PA 5421: Racial Inequality and Public Policy (Myers), 3 credits

  • PA 5451/PUBH 6281: Immigrant Health Issues, 3-4 credits

  • PA 5452: Immigration and Public Policy (Fennelly), 3 credits

  • PA 5890: Topics in Foreign Policy and International Affairs: Crisis Management (Andreason), 3 credits

  • POL 8260: Topics in Political Theory: Gender and Citizenship - Comparative and Political Theory Perspectives (Disch), 3 credits

  • POL 8460: Topics in International Relations: Human Rights (Sikkink), 3 credits

  • PUBH 6055: Social Inequalities in Health (Jones-Webb), 2 credits

  • PUBH 6634: Advocacy and Children's Rights (Oberg), 2 credits

  • PUBH 6807: Global Health Relief, Development, and Religious and Non-Religious NGOs (Allison), 3 credits

  • SW 8525: Global Perspectives on Social Welfare, Peace, and Justice (Menanteau), 3 credits

 

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