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LGS 110: Levermore First Year Seminar: Human Rights And Social Movements

4 credits

This course will examine the historical legacy of social movements, their political and legal implications, and their overall social consequences on a global scale. Several factors are considered including the examination of politicized spaces (universities, coffeehouses), social media (Twitter, Facebook) and discussions regarding the evolution of rights to assembly and speech.

Sections Offered: Fall 2024

Levermore First Year Seminar: Human Rights And Social Movements
0960-110-001 S. Eltabib Tue/Thu 1:40 pm - 2:55 pm GC - PSH 106 4
Levermore First Year Seminar: When History Hurts: Collective Trauma,Resillience And Hope
0960-110-002 P. Buckle Tue/Thu 10:50 am - 12:05 pm GC - NEX 237 4
Levermore First Year Seminar: Community,Love & Justice
0960-110-003 M. Bush Tue/Thu 3:05 pm - 4:20 pm GC - NEX 378 4

 
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