Co-Director and Advisor: Ari Kohen, 537 Oldfather Hall

 

Requirements of the Minor in Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs

 

18 hours taken as follows:
  • 9 hours of courses from List A
  • 6 additional hours from List A or List B
  • 3 hours of capstone courses

Courses must be taken from at least two different departments. Cross-listed courses count in the instructor’s department. If a course is taken as a capstone course, it may not also meet other requirements within the minor. Courses using the pass/no pass option do not count toward this minor.

List A
  • Anth 353 Anthropology of War
  • Anth 420 Ethnic Identity and Ethnic Conflict
  • Anth 476 Human Rights, Environment and Development
  • Hist/Wmns 225 Women in History
  • Hist 339 The Holocaust
  • Pols 281 Challenges to the State: Non-State Actors in World Politics
  • Pols 361 The United Nations and World Politics
  • Pols 362 Globalization, Human Rights and Diversity
  • Pols 384 Liberalism and Its Critics
  • Pols 469 International Law
  • Pols 470 International Human Rights
  • Pols 472 State Terror
  • Soci/Ethn 217 Nationality and Race Relations
  • Soci/Ethn 481 Minority Groups
  • Wmns 101 Introducation to Women's and Gender Studies
List B
  • Anth/Ethn 350 Peoples and Cultures of Native Latin America
  • Anth/Ethn 351 Indigenous Peoples of North America
  • Anth/Ethn 352 Indigenous Peoples of the Great Plains
  • Anth/Ethn 362 Peoples and Cultures of Africa
  • Anth 366 Peoples and Cultures of East Asia
  • Anth/Wmns 410 Women and Men: An Anthropological Perspective
  • Anth 442 Human Variation
  • Anth/Ethn 451 Contemporary Issues of Indigenous Peoples in North America
  • Anth 472 Belief Systems in Anthropological Perspective
  • Anth 474 Applied and Development Anthropology
  • Anth 478 Pro-Seminar in Latin American Studies
  • Comm 365 Communication and Social Identity
  • Engl/Wmns 212 Lesbian and Gay Literature
  • Engl/Wmns 244 African-American Literature
  • Engl/Ethn 244a Introduction to African Literature
  • Engl/Ethn 445 Ethnic Literature
  • Hist/Ethn 171 Latin America's Power and Culture
  • Hist/Ethn 241 Native American History
  • Hist/Wmns 329 Women in European History
  • Hist/Juds 333 Jews in the Modern World
  • Hist 423 The Enlightenment
  • Hist 429 History of Fascism in Europe
  • Hist/Wmns 441 Women and Gender in U.S. History
  • Hist/Wmns 456 Black/African-American Women's History
  • Hist 464 Native American History
  • Hist 480 Social and Economic History of China Since the Late Ming Era
  • Hist 486 History of South Africa
  • Ints 494 Senior Seminar in International Studies
  • Modl 454 Anti-Semitism in Russia and the West
  • Phil 221 Political Philosophy
  • Phil 325 Advanced Social Political Philosophy OR Phil 425 Political and Social Philosophy
  • Pols/Ethn 238 Blacks and the American Political System
  • Pols/Ethn 277 Latin American Politics
  • Pols 383 Justice and the Good Life
  • Pols 386 Truth and Progress
  • Pols/Juds 476 Ethnic Conflict and Identity
  • Pols/Juds 477 Israel and the Middle East
  • Soci/Ethn 448 Family Diversity
  • Soci/Wmns 200 Women in Contemporary Society
  • Wmns 201 Introduction to LGBT Studies
Capstone Courses
  • Hrha 400 Human Rights Service Learning
  • Pols 470 International Human Rights


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