CJS 347: Immigration & Justice
Critical examination of why borders exist, why people migrate, how borders are policed, and how borders can both reinforce and challenge dominant gender and racial hierarchies. This course examines border violence and processes of criminalization and state control. It challenges students to think about ways to move "beyond borders" to think about policing, justice, human mobility, race, and gender.
|MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT||1:00 PM EST||1:50 PM EST||Synchronous Online|
|Instructor: Eric Larson||Class status: C|
|Class instruction mode: On-Line|