GOV 335M • Global Justice-W
12:30 PM-2:00 PM
A close and careful study of the most important work on core issues of global justice, including sovereignty, rights to self-determination, human rights, nationalism, cosmopolitanism, global poverty and international distributive justice, just war, and terrorism.
Average of three essays, each 6- to 7-pages, adjusted for the quality of in-class participation and twice-weekly Blackboard posts
The Global Justice Reader, ed. Thom Brooks (Blackwell Publishing, 2008)