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Interdisciplinary Human Rights Curriculum

FSU offers a broad spectrum of human rights-related courses throughout its numerous colleges and departments, many of which have been created through the sponsorship of CAHR.

 

Fall 2015

School of Criminology
CCJ 4938 - Special Topics in Criminology
“International Human Rights Law & State Crime”

Film School
FIL 3932 - Special Topics
"Human Rights in Film"

Spring 2015

College of Law
LAW7930 (16)
Human Trafficking

International Affairs
INR3932
Special Topics: National Security Transformation-Honors

Fall 2014

School of Criminology
CCJ 4938 - 0012   Special Topics in Criminology
“International Human Rights Law & State Crime”

Film School
FIL 3932 - 0001   Special Topics
"Human Rights in Film"

College of Law
LAW7930 - 17
"International Human Rights"

Philosophy
PHM 3351 - 0001
Philosophy of Human Rights

Summer 2014

Religion Department
RLG 6176/REL 4190
“The Law and Ethics of Torture”

International Affairs
INR 5936 - 0003   Special Topics in International Affairs
"Intercultural Dialogue Seminar"

Spring 2014

Religion Department
REL4190 (02)
“The Holocaust in Comparative Perspective”

International Affairs
INR3932 (04) (05) (09)
Special Topics: National Security Transformation-Honors

Criminology
FOL3930 (07)
Holocaust

Fall 2013

Religion Department
REL4190 (01)
“Just Torture”

International Affairs
INR3932 (04) (05) (09)
Special Topics: Human Rts and Nat Security, Refugee Protection Issues, and Nat Sec Transformation-Honors

INR4075
International Human Rights

College of Law
LAW7930 (16)
Human Trafficking

School of Music
HUM 2937
Music and Human Rights

Summer 2013

Religion Department
REL6176 (01) 02146
“Confucian Ethics, Human Rights, and Just War”

Courses offered on a regular basis include the following:

College of Law

- International Human Rights Law
- Refugee & Asylum Law (LAW 7930)
- War Crimes Tribunals

Criminology School

- International Human Rights Law & State Crime (CCJ 4938)
- Crimes Against Humanity (CCJ 3677)
- War Crimes During the Nazi Occupation

Political Science Department

- Introduction to Human Rights (INR 4075)
- Truth & Reconciliation or Justice &Vengeance? (INR 2002)

Religion Department

- The Catholic Church, Social Justice, & Human Rights (REL 4491/5497)
- Hindu Ethics, Social Justice & Human Rights in India (REL 6176)
- Human Rights & Religion in China
- Human Rights & Globalization (REL 3936)
- Crimes Against Humanity (REL 4190)
- Torture (REL 6176)

Humanities Department

- Human Rights and Crimes Against Humanity (HUM 2937/ISS 2937)
- Human Rights Literature (HUM 3930)
- Humanities and Human Rights (HUM 3930)

Modern Language Department

- Formation of The Nation State & Pursuit of Individual Rights in Modern Chinese Literature
- Exile Literature and Nazi Germany
- France and Algeria: National and Human Rights (FRE 4930)

Geography Department

- Disability, Space, and Society
- Geography & Social Justice

Film School

- International Human Rights & Film (FIL 3932)

History Department

- Studies in Comparative Genocide (HIS 4935)
- The Holocaust in Historical Perspective
- Nazi Germany

English Department

- Literature of Human Rights (LIT 4205)
- Documentary Film & Human Rights

Public Policy School

- Labor and International Human Rights (PAD 5935/4936)

Music School

- Music & Human Rights (HUM 2937)

School of Theater

- Disability and Representation (THE 4935/5317)

International Programs

- War Crimes Tribunals (INR 3932)
- Totalitarian Regimes

 

 
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