HST 242 - History Of Human Rights In Europe

Description
This course will explore the evolution and implications of the idea that all human beings possess the same "inalienable rights." Topics will include human rights advocates, their strategies and arguments, and how human rights claims have evolved and intersected with political, institutional, and legal structures since the eighteenth century. Class Notes: Study Abroad Program:Permission Required. Requirement Designation: Understanding the Past.
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Liberal Studies Program
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Fall 2018
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MW
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