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Advocacy Studies

Anthropology

Criminal Justice

Education

European Studies

History

International Studies

Law

Political Science

Psychology

Public Health

Religious Studies

Short Course

Social Work

Sociology

Syllabi Archive

Women and Gender Studies

 

Advocacy Studies

Syllabus Professor(s) University Taught At Syllabus From
Human Trafficking Workshop* Jay O’Berski Duke University 2009
Perspectives on Child Maltreatment and Child Advocacy Carol L. Madland Winona State University Spring 2005

Anthropology

Syllabus Professor(s) University Taught At Syllabus From
Anthropology of Europe Leyla Keough Sabanci University Fall 2008
Gender and Globalization Prof. Kathrin Zippel Northeastern University Spring 2006
Global Sex, Global Families Louisa Schein Rutgers College Fall 2006
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Dorothy Willis Cal. Poly. Pomona Spring 2006
Migration in Europe Maria Stoilkova University of Florida Spring 2009
Slavery and Human Trafficking Magnus Fiskesjo Cornell University Spring 2008
Special Topics in Cultural Anthropology: Population Displacement and Resettlement: Immigrants, Refugees, Displaced Persons, and Migrant Workers Ruth M. Krulfeld Semester at Sea (University of Virginia) Fall 2007
The Right to Childhood: Global Efforts and Challenges* Patricia Sawin University of North Carolina Fall 2008
Women, Culture and Development Megan-Tomasita J. Cosgriff-Hernandez OSU Winter 2009

Criminal Justice

Syllabus Professor(s) University Taught At Syllabus From
Advanced Justice Studies: Human Trafficking Policy Molly Dragiewicz University of Ontario Institute of Technology Fall 2006
Gender Issues in International Criminal Justice Rosemary Barberet The City University of New York Spring 2007
Global Perspectives of Sexuality Annegret Staiger Clarkson University Spring 2006
International Criminal Law Luz Estella Nagle Stetson University Spring 2007
Introduction to Criminal Law Becky Kohler da Cruz Armstrong Atlantic State University Spring 2006
Prostitution and Human Rights Alan Swanson George Mason University Spring 2004
Topics in Criminology: Human Trafficking Sharon Melzer American University Summer 2008
Victimology Felicia Kolodner University of Maryland Fall 2007
Women and Violence Jo Ann Della Giustina Bridgewater State University Fall 2006

Education

Syllabus Professor(s) University Taught At Syllabus From
Education in the Third World Scott McNabb University of Iowa Fall 2006

European Studies

Syllabus Professor(s) University Taught At Syllabus From
Migration in Europe Maria Stoilkova University of Florida Spring 2009
Transnational Crime and European Human Rights Law Paulo Albuquerque Illinois College of Law Spring 2007

History

Syllabus Professor(s) University Taught At Syllabus From
Human Trafficking, Past to Present Gunther Peck Duke University Spring 2008
Slavery in the Americas: History and Literature Kari Winter University at Buffalo Spring 2010
Slavery Today Anna Besch Immaculata University Summer 2009
Studies in African American Literature - The Slave Narrative: Past and Present Laura Murphy Ithaca College Fall 2008
The Modern Struggle for Human Rights Louise Loe James Madison University Spring 2007
Women And Work Yevette Richards George Mason University Fall 2006

International Studies

Syllabus Professor(s) University Taught At Syllabus From
Assessing Human Security: A Workshop David Richards University of Memphis Fall 2009
Combating Human Trafficking Richard Friman Marquette University Spring 2013
Contemporary Slavery and Human rights (Human Trafficking) Claude d’Estree University of Denver Winter 2009
Current Issues in Human Rights Mike Hayes Mahidol University Semester 2 2011
Diaspora and Transnational Studies Dr. Antonela Arhin University of Toronto Fall 2013
Ethics and Leadership: Global Human Rights Julie Rajan Rutgers University Fall 2013
Ethics in International Relations Ambassador Mark P. Lagon, Ph.D. Georgetown University Spring 2012
Global Issues Pamela S. Chasek Manhattan College Fall 2013
Health Beyond Borders Anne-Marie Yazbeck Danish Institute for Study Abroad Fall 2009
Human Rights David Richards University of Memphis Spring 2010
Human Rights Silvia Scarpa John Cabot University Fall 2011
Human Rights and Global Affairs Hans Peter Schmitz Syracuse University Fall 2007
Human Rights and Methods for Human Rights Investigations Rachel Shigekane and Phuong Pham U.C. Berkeley Fall 2008
Human Rights: A Culture in Crisis Anthony Clark Arend & Daniel R. Porterfield Georgetown University Spring 2006
Human Trafficking Michelle Clark George Washington University Spring 2011
Human Trafficking and Contemporary Slavery Silvia Scarpa John Cabot University Fall 2011
Human Trafficking and Human Rights Allahabad University Fall 2010
Human Trafficking and Prostitution in Europe Anne Brandt Christensen Danish Institute for Study Abroad Spring 2010
Human Trafficking in a Global Context Anne Brandt Christensen Danish Institute for Study Abroad Spring 2011
International Childhood, Rights and Globalization Jacqueline Bhabha Harvard Law School 2008
International Human Trafficking Benjamin Norquist Bryan College Spring 2014
International Social Welfare and Social Development Mona C.S Schatz University of Wyoming Spring 2008
Introduction to Human Rights Mike Hayes Mahidol University Term 2 2011
Issues in Peace and Development Ronni Alexander Kobe University Spring 2013
Lingering Injustice: The Rise of Human Trafficking in Post-Conflict Areas* Libby Longino UNC Chapel Hill
Migration and Gender Issues in Russia and former Soviet Union Nadezda Shvedoda Trinity College Spring 2004
Migration and Globalization of the 21st Century: Changing Territorial and Social Identities in the World of Movement Kirsten Hviid Aalborg University Fall 2008
Migration and Multiculturalism in Europe Silvia Scarpa The American University of Rome Summer 2011
Migration as a Development Issue Supang Chantavanich Chulalongkorn University Fall 2006
The Illicit Global Economy Bradford Dillman University of Puget Sound Spring 2010
The Modern Slave Trade: Human Trafficking, Sex Bondage and Forced Labor* Darren Zook The University of California
The Modern Struggle for Human Rights Louise Loe James Madison University Spring 2007
Transnationalism & Global Governance Laura Hebert Occidental College Spring 2007
Understanding Human Rights and Refugee Issues Chinsung Chung Seoul National University Fall 2007
Women and Development Vidyamali Samarasinghe American University Fall 2008

Law

Syllabus Professor(s) University Taught At Syllabus From
Action Against Trafficking in Human Beings Anne Brandt Christensen Danish Institute for Study Abroad Fall 2007
Children's Rights in International Law Philip Alston & John Tobin NYU Law School Fall 2006
Gender Justice Katherine Franke Columbia Law School Spring 2009
Global Human Rights: A Social and Economic Perspective Noam Perry Northeastern University Boston MA Spring 2011
Human Rights and Exploitation: Definitional Gap between Slavery and Servitude Jean Allain Queens' University, Belfast Spring 2010
Human Trafficking in a Global Context Anne Brandt Christensen Danish Institute for Study Abroad Spring 2011
Illicit International Markets Karen E. Bravo Southwestern Law School Summmer 2010
International Criminal Law Luz Estella Nagle Stetson University Spring 2007
International Perspectives on Violence: Law and Public Health Katherine Kaufer Christoffel Northwestern University Winter 2007
International Trafficking in Persons Mohamed Mattar Georgetown University Spring 2013
International Trafficking in Persons Dr. Mohamed Mattar The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies Spring 2014
International Women's Human Rights Law Claire Smearman and Rachel Settlage University of Baltimore Spring 2009
Law and Social Justice Dan Gatmaytan Esq. Northeastern University Spring 2008
Legal Instruments on Trafficking for Sexual Purposes Vanessa Casado Caballero International Law Department, University Pablo de Olavide of Seville
Legal Reelism/Legal Realism: Representations of Women Lawyers and Women's Lives in Film Kate Nace Day Suffolk University Fall 2009
Migration Law Ryszard Piotrowicz Europa-Universität Viadrina, Frankfurt-Oder Spring 2011
Transnational Crime and European Human Rights Law Paulo Albuquerque Illinois College of Law Spring 2007
Women, Law and Legal Protection Dr. Saira Rahman Khan BRAC UNIVERSITY - Bangladesh

Political Science

Syllabus Professor(s) University Taught At Syllabus From
Contemporary International Problems: The Politics of Economic Globalization Horace Bartilow University of Kentucky Spring 2008
Global Politics Ronnie Lipschutz and Heather Turcotte UC Santa Cruz Winter 2007
Globalization and its Consequences Shawna E. Sweeney University of Mass. Dartmouth Fall 2008
Human Rights and World Politics Debra L. DeLaet Drake University Fall 2007
Human Rights in the International System Beth Dougherty Beloit College Fall 2007
Human Rights in World Politics David Richards Memphis University Spring 2009
Human Rights: A Culture in Crisis Anthony Clark Arend & Daniel R. Porterfield Georgetown University Spring 2006
International Human Rights William Simmons Arizona State University Spring 2007
Introduction to International Political Economy Geri Don Izmir Ekonomi Universitesi Fall 2009
Politics and Sex E. Keeble St. Mary's University 2008-2009
Politics of Sub-Saharan Africa Fodei J. Batty Western Michigan University Fall 2005
Politics of the Illicit Global Economy H.R. Friman Marquette University Spring 2010
Special Topics in Political Science: International Migration SIlvia Scarpa John Cabot University Summer 2010
The Politics of Migration Katharine H.S. Moon Wellesley College Spring 2005
Transnationalism & Global Governance Laura Hebert Occidental College Spring 2007
Women's Human Rights Shawna E. Sweeney University Mass Darthmouth Spring 2010
Women's Rights as Human Rights Rachel A Cichowski University of Washington Summer 2009

Psychology

Syllabus Professor(s) University Taught At Syllabus From
Human Sexuality Michelle Murphy LaBrie College of the Canyons Spring 2009

Public Health

Syllabus Professor(s) University Taught At Syllabus From
Development and the Environment Richard Clapp and Patricia H. Hynes Boston University Fall 1999
Feminism, Gender & Health Mary M. Fox University of Rochester Fall 2005
Health and Human Rights Beth Rivin University of Washington, Seattle Winter 2007
Health Beyond Borders Anne-Marie Yazbeck Danish Institute for Study Abroad Fall 2009
International Perspectives on Violence: Law and Public Health Katherine Kaufer Christoffel Northwestern University Winter 2007
Law, Policy & Rights: Exploring Rights Based Approaches to Health Lynn P. Freedman & Alice M. Miller Columbia University Spring 2006

Religious Studies

Syllabus Professor(s) University Taught At Syllabus From
Human Rights a Common Morality for a Diverse and Developing World David Hoffenbach Boston College Spring 2009
Perspectives on Justice, the Church and Society Byron Klaus and Johan Mostert Assemblies of God Theological Seminary Fall 2007

Short Course

Syllabus Professor(s) University Taught At Syllabus From
Assessing Human Security: A Workshop David Richards University of Memphis Fall 2009

Social Work

Syllabus Professor(s) University Taught At Syllabus From
Family Violence Shetal Vohra Gupta University of Houston Spring 2008
Global Issues of Children at Risk Jini L. Roby Brigham Young University Winter 2011
Health, Aging and Disability Policies and Services Susan Kidd Webster University of Wisconsin Fall 2008
Human Trafficking Elizabeth Talbot Dominican University Spring 2006
International Perspectives on Women Nancy Udolph Ashland University Spring 2009
International Social Welfare and Social Development Mona C.S. Schatz University of Wyoming Spring 2008
International Social Work and Social Welfare David Engstrom San Diego State University Fall 2010
Study Abroad Curriculum in Social Welfare Susan Rose Helen Bader School of Social Welfare Summer 2009

Sociology

Syllabus Professor(s) University Taught At Syllabus From
Comparative Human Sexuality Andrea Parrott Semester at Sea Summer 2009
Deviant Globalization: The Unpleasant Underside of Transnational Integration Nils Gilman, Jesse Goldhammer & Steven Weber University of California, Berkeley Sprint 2007
Gender and Globalization Kathrin Zippel Northeastern University Spring 2006
Gender and Globalization Allan MacNeill Webster University Spring 2002
Gender, Sexuality, and Migration Salvador Vital-Ortiz American University Fall 2007
Gender, Society and Politics

Myra Marx Ferree

University of Wisconsin Fall 2007
Global Family and Sexual Politics Melanie Heath McMaster University Winter 2009
Globalization in Cross-Cultural Perspective Patricia Ahmed University of Kentucky Fall 2009
Human Trafficking Kari Winter University at Buffalo Fall 2007
Introduction to Sociology
Social Issues In a Developing Country Barbara Susan Balboni Galen University
Social Problems Mary C. Moore University of Indianapolis Summer 2009
Sociology of Gender Cynthia Fabrizio Pelak University of Memphis Fall 2006
Sociology of Sexuality and Sexual Identities Steve Epstein University of California Winter 2008
The Social Construction of Sexuality Jessica Greenebaum Central Connecticut State University Fall 2006
Trafficking, Gender, Human Rights, and Health* Gail Kligman University of California Los Angeles 2008
Women and Work Yevette Richards George Mason University Fall 2006

Syllabi Archive

Syllabus Professor(s) University Taught At Syllabus From
Comparative Criminal Justice Christian Ukaegbu University of Wyoming Spring 2003
Critical Issues in International Women's Health Anne Firth Murray Stanford University Fall 2002
Doctoral Seminar and Seminar in Special Topics-Human Trafficking Ihekwoaba D. Onwudiwe Texas Southern University Fall 2008
Ethics and Leadership: Global Human Rights Julie Rajan Rutgers University Fall 2006
Gender in Global Affairs: Sex, Power and Politics Sylvia Maier
Gender in International Relations: Sex, Power and Politics Sylvia Maier Georgia Institute of Technology Fall 2006
Global Feminisms Debra Liebowitz Drew University Fall 2002
Global Issues Pamela S. Chasek Manhattan College Fall 2007
International Trafficking in Persons Mohamed Mattar American University Spring 2008
International Trafficking in Persons Mohamed Mattar The Johns Hopkins University SAIS Fall 2009
International Trafficking in Persons Mohammed Mattar and Laura Lederer Georgetown University Spring 2006
International Trafficking in Women Arthur Gilbert, Sharon Healy, Laura Hebert University of Denver Spring 2004
Issues in Peace and Development Ronni Alexander Kobe University Spring 2007

Women and Gender Studies

Syllabus Professor(s) University Taught At Syllabus From
Agency Subjectivity and Social Change Dorothy Sue Cobble Rutgers University Fall 2006
Biotechnology and Social Policy: Genetics, Reproduction, and Enhancement Judit Sándor Central European University Fall 2007
Combating Trafficking in Women Dr. Abdullah Abdul Karim Abdullah and Dr. Faten Hussein Hawwa Beirut Arab University - Diploma in Women's Studies Spring 2011
Feminism, Gender & Health Mary M. Fox University of Rochester Fall 2005
Gender & International Human Rights Laura Hebert Occidental College Spring 2007
Gender and Globalization Allan MacNeill Webster University Spring 2002
Gender and Human Rights Charlotte Bunch and Julie Rajan Rutgers University Spring 2013
Gender and Human Rights Problems in Asia and the Pacific Mike Hayes Mahidol University Fall 2010
Gender and Power Margo Tamez Washington State University Spring 2009
Gender in Contemporary East Asia Kazuko Suzuki Texas A&M Fall 2006
Gender, Development, and Beyond Phil E. Okeke University of Alberta Fall 2005
Global Capital, Finding Human Security: A Gendered Critique Patricia Clough City University of New York Fall 2003
Global Family and Sexual Politics Melanie Heath McMaster University Fall 2011
Global Feminism Keysho Y. Scott Grinnell College Fall 2005
Global Feminisms Todd Ramlow George Washington University Fall 2006
Global Feminisms Debra Liebowitz Drew University Fall 2002
Global Masculinities Michael Murphy Washington University in St. Louis Spring 2007
Global Sex, Global Families Louisa Schein Rutgers College Fall 2006
Global Women Studies Shural Thibou Western Washington University Summer 2009
Globalization, Gender, Migration and Trafficking in Women Jill Bystydzienski Iowa State University
Green Consciousness / Reverence for Life Jane Caputi Florida Atlantic University Fall 2009
Human Trafficking and Contemporary Slavery Donna M. Hughes University of Rhode Island Summer 2008
Human Trafficking and Contemporary Slavery Donna Hughes University of Rhode Island Spring 2013
Human Trafficking and Modern Day Slavery Ann Janette Alejano-Steele Metropolitan State College of Denver Spring 2010
International Feminist Debates Kimberly A. Williams Indiana University Fall 2008
International Perspectives on Women Geraldine Forbes SUNY - Oswego Spring 2000
Issues in Peace and Development Ronni Alexander Kobe University Spring 2007
Issues in Peace and Development I Ronni Alexander Kobe University Fall 2009
Legal Reelism/Legal Realism: Representations of Women Lawyers and Women's Lives in Film Kate Nace Day Suffolk University Fall 2009
Race, Gender and Nation Julie Rajan Rutgers University Fall 2013
Rights Identity and Gender Donna H. Lefebvre Semester at Sea Spring 2008
Sex Trafficking Donna Hughes University of Rhode Island Fall 2012
Sex Trafficking of Girls and Women Michelle Kaufman North Carolina State University Summer 2010
Sex Work Terry L. Allison California State University Fall 2006
Sex Work Trafficking and Human Rights Annalee Lepp University of Victoria Fall 2005
Sex Work: Economies of Gender and Desire Kinohi Nishikawa Duke University Fall 2008
Sex, Power and Politics Tanya Bakhru San Diego State University Spring 2008
Sex, Violence, Culture Lori E. Amy Georgia Southern University Spring 2005
Third World Women Andrea Barron George Mason University Spring 2010
Women and Global Politics Michele Clark George Washington University Fall 2013
Women and Public Policy Cynthia Harrison George Washington University Spring 2007
Women and Social Policy Meda Chesney-Lind University of Hawaii Fall 2006
Women and the Body Sharlene Hesse Biber Boston College Fall 2007
Women and the Health System Janice Raymond University of Massachusettes Spring 2002
Women and Violence Bridgewater State College Fall 2007
Women and Work Yevette Richards George Mason University Fall 2006
Women as Objects: Supermodels and Sex Workers Margaret Huang Fall 2010
Women Culture and Development Julia Shayne Emory University Spring 2005
Women, Globalization and Resistance Grace Chang UC Santa Barbara Fall 2006
Women's Human Rights Shawna E. Sweeney UMass Dartmouth Winter 2005
Women's Sexualities in a Global Context Patti Duncan Semester at Sea Fall 2008

* Contributed by the Carolina Women’s Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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