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RUSS 199, Accelerated First-Year Course of Russian Language (1-5 hours): Instructed by Matthew Sutton. Appropriate for beginners. Students completing this course place into RUSS 201 the following semester. STUDENTS ENROLLING IN THIS SECTION MUST ALSO ENROLL IN THE ASSOCIATED RUSS 101 ACC SECTION.
Published Date: Fri, 13 Nov 2015
REES 596/496, Gen Tech, SocNet, Re-Image Race (4 credit hours): Instructed by Dr. Judith Pintar. Genetic Technologies, Social Networks and the Re-imagining of Race This seminar/practicum examines the production of genetic knowledge and the ways in which this knowledge comes into play in the collective re-imagining of ethnic and racial categories, identities and futures, ranging from the pseudoscientific racist to the utopian "post-racial." Students will engage in collaborative research as we track in real time the dissemination of genetic and other scientific and technological discoveries through diverse networks, (social, academic, religious, and genealogical, both hobbyist and commercial). Meets with REES 496 undergraduates.
Published Date: Fri, 13 Nov 2015
LAW 657, International Human Rights Law (3 or 4 credit hours): Instructed by Prof. Francis Boyle. Studies established and developing legal rules and procedures governing the protection of international human rights, including Marxist and Third World, as well as Western, conceptions of those rights. 4 graduate hours. 3 professional hours.
Published Date: Fri, 13 Nov 2015
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