Fall 2013 - Const Law II: Race/Sex Discrim
Steiker, Jordan M
Credit Hours: 3 Course ID: 381C Unique # 29470
|MW||11:50 am - 1:05 pm||TNH 2.140|
Thursday, December 12
8:30 am -
This course is restricted to upper division students only.
This course will explore constitutional issues surrounding claims of race and sex discrimination. The course is historical, covering antebellum, Civil War, and post-Fourteenth Amendment controversies. We will examine race and sex in several contexts (e.g., segregation, military policy, education, affirmative action) and consider a broad range of theoretical approaches. The course is designed to provide a close understanding of both historical and contemporary analyses. The materials on race occupy approximately two-thirds of the overall course.
Related Course Areas
Prerequisite: Con Law I.
Processes of Constitutional Decisionmaking
- Brest & Levinson
Aspen, edition: latest & 2013 supplement