Apr 25, 2024  
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog
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ANT 257 - Criminality, Freedom and Justice


Centering racial and gender injustice as a root cause of massive incarceration, conflict and war, intergenerational trauma, and barriers to truth and reconciliation, this course explores the history of injustice as well as opportunities for a free and just society. The course is primarily focused on mass incarceration, displacement, and institutionalization in the United States yet draws from cross-cultural and interdisciplinary examples from around the world in discussing viable alternatives to our current system such as abolition; restorative, healing, and transformative justice; community accountability; and reparation, among others.  Pass/Fail: Pass/Fail option. Course Typically Offered: Every two years.

Prerequisite(s): None.

Credits: 3



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