Minor

GSU now offers a minor in Human Rights and Democracy.

Courses associated with the BIS Minor in Human Rights and Democracy:

Foundations – Choose 2 Courses

AAS 4550 Activism and the Black Freedom Movement (3)

AAS 4600 Enslavement and Resistance in North America (crosslisted HIST 4280) (3)

AAS 4620 Enslavement and Resistance in the Americas (crosslisted HIST 4290) (3)

ANTH 3033 The Anthropology of Violence* (3)

HIST 3900 Human Rights in Historical Perspective (4)

HIST 4460 Bills of Rights (4)

HIST 4640 The Holocaust (3)

POLS 4131 Civil Liberties and Rights (3)

POLS 4205 Comparative Democratization (3)

POLS 4220 Comparative Legal Systems and Politics (3)

POLS 4420 International Law (3)

POLS 4427 Politics of International Human Rights (3)

POLS 4520 Theories on Democracy (3)

PSYC 4650 Study Abroad Human Rights in Argentina: Special Topics in Psychology* (3)

RELS 4030 Introduction to Human Rights (3)

SOCI 3228 The Holocaust (crosslisted HIST 4640) (3)

WGSS 4760 Activism: History and Theory* (3)

 

Mass Atrocities, Genocide & The Holocaust – Choose 1 Course

ANTH 4370 Forensic Anthropology* (3)

ENGL 3940 Postcolonial Literature* (3)

ENGL 4000 Jewish Literature* (3)

GRMN 4422 Contemporary Germany – Civilization 1871 to Today* (3)

GEOG 4778 Political Geography (3)

GLOS 3500  Culture and Change in Africa (3)

GLOS 4211 Psychology of Terrorism (3)

HIST 3540 Film and the Holocaust (4)

HIST 3680 Modern Jewish History (3-4)

HIST 4430 American Jewish History (4)

HON 3260 Trauma and Memory In Post-Dictatorship Argentina

JST 3000 Introduction to Jewish Studies (crosslisted MES 3710) (3)

MES 3710 Introduction to Jewish Studies (cross-list JES 3000) (3)

SPAN 3395 Study Abroad (NOTE: only for Human Rights in Argentina) (3)

 

Social Conflict & Conflict Resolution – Choose 1 Course

AAS 4180 Politics of the Civil Rights Movement (crosslisted POLS 4157) (3)

AAS 4750 African-American Ethical and Legal Issues* (crosslisted PHIL 4855) (3)

ANTH 4114 Language & Social Justice (3)

CRJU 4040 Comparative Criminal Justice Systems (3)

ENGL 3900 Irish Literature (focus: conflict resolution)* (3)

ENGL 3350 Literature and War* (Literature before 1800) (3)

ENGL 3945 Literature and Global Conflict* (Literature after 1800) (3)

GEOG 4774 Contemporary Urban Theory and Issues (3)

GRMN 4413 Introduction to German Film: German Film Studies from Weimar to Global Cinema* (3)

HIST 4855 Transnational Social Movements in Historical Perspective (4)

MES 4210 Politics of the Middle East and North Africa (crosslisted POLS 4260) (3)

PHIL 4800 Social and Political Philosophy* (3)

PHIL 4820 Philosophy of Law* (3)

PHIL 4855 African-American Ethical and Legal Issues (crosslisted AAS 4750) (3)

POLS 3200 Comparative Politics (3)

POLS 4130 American Constitutional Law (3)

POLS 4215 Politics of Peace (crosslisted GLOS 4215) (3)

POLS 4220 Comparative Legal Systems and Politics (3)

POLS 4422 NGOs and World Politics (3)

POLS 4250 Latin American Politics (3)

POLS 4260 Politics of The Middle East and North Africa (crosslisted MES 42100 (3)

POLS 4258 Government and Politics of South Asia (3)

POLS 4422 NGOs and World Politics (3)

POLS 4425 Politics of International Criminal Justice (3)

POLS 4900 Ethical Concerns in World Politics* (3)

PSYC 4800 Seminar-CTW: Psychology and Social Justice* (3)

RELS 4680 War, Peace and Religion (3)

SOCI 3220 Activism, Protest and Revolution (3)

SOCI 4366 Law and Society (3)

 

Identity Perspectives – Choose 1 Course

AAS 4080 African-American Female Activism (3)

AAS 4125 Black Feminist Thought* (crosslisted WGSS 3750) (3)

AAS 4975 Race, Class and Gender in Contemporary South Africa (3)

ANTH 4420 Gender and Power in Ethnographic Perspective* (crosslisted WGSS 4210) (3)

ENGL 3920 Southern Literature* (focus: Cherokee literature) (3)

ENGL 3950 African American Literature* (3)

ENGL 3960 African American Women’s Writings* (3)

ENGL 3965 African Literature* (3)

ENGL 3970 Caribbean Literature* (3)

FORL 3300 World Literature in Translation (crosslisted GRMN 4414, FREN 4414, SPAN 4480) (3)

PHIL 4860 Feminist Philosophy* (3)

POLS 4120 Southern Politics (3)

POLS 4165 African-American Politics (crosslisted AAS 4160) (3)

PSYC 3520 Introduction to African American Psychology* (crosslisted AAS 3050) (3)

PSYC 3570 Multicultural Psychology* (3)

PSYC 3901 Study Abroad Tanzania: History, Modern Culture and the Psychology of Skin Bleaching (crosslisted AAS 4970) (3)

PSYC 4510 Community Psychology* (3)

SOCI 3212 Race and Ethnic Relations (3)

SOCI 3216 Gender And Society (crosslisted WGSS 3130) (3)

SOCI 4050 Global Perspectives on Violence Against Women (crosslisted WGSS 4050) (3)

WGSS 3030 Introduction to LGBT Studies* (3)

WGSS 3040 Globalization and Gender* (3)

WGSS 4040 Gender, Race and Class In Complex Societies* (ANTH 4040) (3)

WGSS 4750 Black Feminist Thought* (crosslisted AAS 4125) (3)

WGSS 4780 African-American Lesbian and Gay Activism* (3)

WGSS 4810 Feminism And Foucault* (3)

WGSS 4840 Arab and Islamic Feminisms* (3)

WGSS 4846 Gender, War, And Militarism in the Middle East* (3)

WGSS 4910 Study Abroad Ecuador: Gender, Sexuality & Postcoloniality in Contemporary Ecuador* (3)