Dr. Jill Rosser, Professor of English, is teaching ENG 4600: Topics in English Studies in the upcoming Fall 2017 semester. ENG 4600: Topics in English Studies is open to all seniors, including non-English majors, who are interested in literature in which the legal profession plays an essential role. The course […]Read more ›
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Dr. Daniel Moak, Assistant Professor of African American Studies, is teaching AAS 3680: African American Political Thought in the upcoming Fall 2017 semester. AAS 3680: African American Political Thought is open to all students who have taken AAS 2020: African American History II and are interested in topics of race, […]Read more ›
The Center for Law, Justice & Culture offers a special team-taught interdisciplinary seminar course for the Making & Breaking the Law theme in Fall 2017. CAS 2500: Breaking the Law focuses on law and justice in relation to citizenship, global affairs, human rights, public health, and science and technology. It also […]Read more ›
The Center for Law, Justice & Culture invites faculty teaching courses relating to law and justice to consider adding their courses to the Making and Breaking the Law curricular theme. The Making and Breaking the Law theme addresses major challenges of the 21st century, incorporates various disciplinary perspectives (social sciences, […]Read more ›
The Center for Law, Justice & Culture offers a 1-credit course with the Making and Breaking the Law theme in Fall 2017. CAS 2300 Themes in Action: Making and Breaking the Law introduces students to law in relation to society, culture, politics, and power. Seats are still available. Ohio University […]Read more ›
The Center for Law, Justice, & Culture welcomes students of all majors to sign up for the many exciting Making and Breaking the Law theme courses in Fall 2017. Please contact theme leader Haley Duschinski for more information about the theme and to receive a poster listing all Making and […]Read more ›
Adrienne Gavula, Regional Office Director and Development Director for the ACLU of Ohio, will be available to students to discuss the establishment of an ACLU student organization among other opportunities on Feb. 14. Students are encouraged to attend an open discussion with Gavula from 9-10:20 a.m. in Bentley Annex […]Read more ›