Seminar on special topics in politics and law and their interrelationships.
The course examines the relationship between law, culture and power in contemporary societies. The aim of this course is to examine law in society through theoretical approaches stemming from post-structural interventions, emphasizing human subjectivity, agency, and identity. In doing so, students will examine law in relationship with globalization, critical race theory, post-structuralist feminist theory, and post-colonial theory.
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
Anthro core or theory.
Class assignments and grading
Papers, presentations and discussions.