Courses in Law, Jurisprudence, and Social Thought

Fall 2011

LJST-101 Social Organizatn of Law

Austin D. Sarat (Section 01)

LJST-105 Race, Place, and the Law

David P. Delaney (Section 01)

LJST-206 Apartheid

Adam Sitze (Section 01)

LJST-215 Jurisprudence of Occupation

Nasser Hussain (Section 01)
Adam Sitze (Section 01)

LJST-221 The State and the Accused

Lawrence R. Douglas (Section 01)

LJST-230 Law, Speech, and the Politics of Freedom

Martha M. Umphrey (Section 01)

LJST-235 Law's Nature: Humans, the Environment and the Predicament of Law

David P. Delaney (Section 01)

LJST-253 Rule-Following in Legal and Political Thought

Don Tontiplaphol (Section 01)

LJST-345 Law and Political Emergency

Nasser Hussain (Section 01)

LJST-349 Law and Love

Martha M. Umphrey (Section 01)

LJST-374 Norms, Rights, and Social Justice: Feminists, Disability Rights Activists and the Poor at the Boundaries of the Law

Kristin Bumiller (Section 01)

Related Courses

ECON-426 Law and Economics (Course not offered this semester.)
HIST-488 Riot and Rebellion in Colonial and Post-Colonial Africa (Course not offered this semester.)
POSC-222 Political Rhetoric (Course not offered this semester.)
POSC-242 The American Constitution II: Federalism, Privacy, and the "Equal Protection of the Laws" (Course not offered this semester.)
RELI-263 Ancient Israel (Course not offered this semester.)
SOCI-315 Foundations of Sociological Theory (Course not offered this semester.)