EPS 529 A - Education and Human Rights
Introduces students to varieties of definitions of citizenship - ranging from nation-specific practices and obligations to human rights-based global citizenship - and their relationship to globalized education and public problem solving. Readings include canonical texts on political organization and responsibilities as well as contemporary theories discussing transnational, global, and cosmopolitan citizenship. Also covers the challenges and promises of diversity, statelessness and non-citizenship participation, particularly in educational concerns but also more broadly. Course Information: 4 graduate hours. No professional credit.
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Graduate
Credit: 4 hr
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