Course Description

LAWS 8565
General Description:
The concept of citizenship connects immigration with studies of race, international human rights, gender, sexuality, criminality and many others. It has been receiving growing attention in many scholarly disciplines. This seminar will examine the notion of citizenship in recent scholarship spanning law, political science, sociology, philosophy, and history. Please note: The Fall 2017 seminar will be offered in a colloquium format that features guest speakers from several universities. Each week's readings will include an introduction to the week's topic and a paper from the invited speaker that complements the public lecture. Students will complete a final paper satisfying the CU Law seminar writing requirement. No prerequisites or social science background required.

Select Term:

LAWS 8565-801

Instructor(s): Ming Chen

Credits: 2

Meeting Times & Locations:
   Thu   2:30 PM - 4:00 PM   WLAW 303
   Thu   4:15 PM - 5:15 PM   WLAW 304