Spring Session 1: January 10-March 1, 2024
HRTS 250: Current Issues in Human Rights—Offering a special focus this semester on “Reproductive Rights and Justice after Roe v. Wade”
HRTS 300: Human Rights in the United States -- Applying interdisciplinary approaches to homelessness, mass incarceration, and other social justice concerns in the US.
HRTS 305: Human Rights Stories—Exploring -- through film, literature and art -- the stories of human rights victims, perpetrators, and activists during genocides
HRTS 495a/595a: Human Rights Across Contexts: Ecotourism, Conservation, and Indigenous Rights – Confronting the problems of “green colonialism”
HRTS 496b/596b: Cutting Edge Advances in Human Rights: Self- and collective- care, well-being and spirituality– Applying a holistic framework for human rights practice
HRTS 497a/597a: Exploring Human Rights through Virtual Field Trips – Using virtual technology to examine the lived experience of migrant journeys
Spring Session 2: March 11-May 1, 2024
HRTS 200: Introduction to Human Rights -- Covering historical, legal, and applied aspects of human rights, including working as a practitioner in the field
HRTS 320: Gender-Based Violence and Human Rights -- Advancing understanding of the legal, medical, social, and related dimensions of gendered violence
HRTS 411: Strategic Litigation – Deploying legal strategies to promote human rights practice, including engagement with real-world legal campaigns
HRTS 461: Human Rights in Eurasia —Focusing on the past, present, and future of human rights in this wide-ranging and varied region New course!
For more information about any of these courses, email: RaymondSmith@arizona.edu.