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Spring 2014 Political Science BC3601 section 001
INTL LAW & U.N. IN PRACTICE

Call Number 09239
Day & Time
Location
W 6:10pm-8:00pm
421 Lehman Hall (Barnard)
Points 4
Approvals Required Instructor
Instructor J. Paul Martin
Type SEMINAR
Course Description Prerequisites: Enrollment in the course is open to 18 undergraduates who have completed at least one core course in human rights and /or international law. Admission by permission from Dr. J.Paul Martin, Director, Human Rights Studies, e-mail: jmartin@barnard.edu. This single-semester seminar does not satisfy either the colloquium or senior essay requirement for Barnard Political Science majors. However, it does count toward the ten-course major and five-course minor requirements. This course provides a board view of the development of the UN, international law and organizations, their evolution and their role in world affairs today.  Students study the primary concepts and principles governing international law and organizations, while focusing on contemporary human rights and humanitarian challenges. The course will consist primarily of presentations and discussions, drawing heavily on the practical application of theory to actual experiences and situations.
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Department Political Science @Barnard
Enrollment 20 students as of 12:04AM Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Subject Political Science
Number BC3601
Section 001
Division Barnard College
Open To Barnard, Columbia College, Engineering and Applied Science: Undergraduate, General Studies, Graduate School of Arts and Science
Campus Barnard College
Section key 20141POLS3601X001

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