You are now in the main content area
Race, Ethnicity and Justice
This course explores the connections between racialization and criminalization. Students are introduced to critical anti-racist and anti-colonialist perspectives on the role of race/ethnicity - and its intersection with gender, sexuality, class and age - in shaping social, political and legal ways of understanding 'crime' and 'justice'. We consider a range of avenues through which people and spaces are racialized and linked to crime as well as the possibility of using the law to obtain social justice.
Weekly Contact: Lecture: 3 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1
Mentioned in the Following Calendar Pages
*List may not include courses that are on a common table shared between programs.
- Criminology Professional Table II
- Criminology and History Professional Table II
- Criminology and Politics and Governance Professional Table II
- Criminology and Sociology Professional Table II
- English Professionally-Related Table IV
- Environment and Urban Sustainability Professionally-Related Table IV
- Geographic Analysis Professionally-Related Table IV
- History Professionally Related - Table IV
- International Economics and Finance Professionally-Related Table IV
- Language and Intercultural Relations Professionally-Related Table IV
- Minor in Criminology
- Open Elective Table
- Politics and Governance Professionally-Related Table IV
- Psychology Professionally-Related Table IV
- Sociology Professionally-Related Table IV