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CLASSICS 116: Human Rights in Historical Perspective (HUMRTS 106)

The course will examine the way in issues now considered to be at the core of human rights concerns have been dealt with in different historical and cultural contexts. The themes of the course will center on human trafficking and slavery, sexual violence, and mass atrocity crimes such as genocide. The course will thus not be a chronological survey but rather thematic and comparative in its approach, including consideration, of course, of ancient societies in Greece, Rome, and China.
Terms: Spr | Units: 3-5
Instructors: Cohen, D. (PI)
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