Courses in Law, Jurisprudence, and Social Thought

Fall 2012

LJST-101 The Social Organization of Law

Austin D. Sarat (Section 01)

LJST-107 The Trial

Martha M. Umphrey (Section 01)

LJST-215 Jurisprudence of Occupation

Nasser Hussain (Section 01)

LJST-226 Critical Legal Geographies

David P. Delaney (Section 01)

LJST-346 The Poetics of Possession

Stephanie Elsky (Section 01)

LJST-348 Law And War

Lawrence R. Douglas (Section 01)
Nasser Hussain (Section 01)

LJST-350 Twentieth-Century American Legal Theory

David P. Delaney (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)

LJST-490 Feminist Jurisprudence

Martha M. Umphrey (Section 02)

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RELI-263 Ancient Israel (Course not offered this semester.)
SOCI-315 Foundations of Sociological Theory (Course not offered this semester.)