Spring 2024 Human Rights BC3601 section 001

INTL LAW & U.N. IN PRACTICE

INTL LAW & U.N. IN PRACTI

Call Number 00027
Day & Time
Location
R 12:10pm-2:00pm
LL016 MILSTEIN CEN
Points 4
Grading Mode Standard
Approvals Required None
Instructor Martin S Flaherty
Type SEMINAR
Course Description

Prerequisites: POLS UN1601 or HRTS UN3001 An equivalent course to POLS UN1601 or HRTS UN3001 may be used as a pre-requisite, with departmental permission. Examines the development of international law and the United Nations, their evolution in the Twentieth Century, and their role in world affairs today. Concepts and principles are illustrated through their application to contemporary human rights and humanitarian challenges, and with respect to other threats to international peace and security. The course consists primarily of presentation and discussion, drawing heavily on the practical application of theory to actual experiences and situations. For the Barnard Political Science major, this seminar counts as elective credit only. (Cross-listed by the Human Rights Program.)

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Department Human Rights (HRTB)
Enrollment 25 students (25 max) as of 3:06PM Saturday, July 20, 2024
Status Full
Subject Human Rights
Number BC3601
Section 001
Division Barnard College
Section key 20241HRTS3601X001