Class Unique: 29085
This course will explore constitutional issues surrounding claims of race and sex discrimination. The course is historical, covering antebellum, Civil War, and post-Fourteenth Amendment controversies. We will examine race and sex in several contexts (e.g., segregation, military policy, education, affirmative action) and consider a broad range of theoretical approaches. The course is designed to provide a close understanding of both historical and contemporary analyses. The materials on race occupy approximately two-thirds of the overall course. Prerequisite: Con Law I.
|Monday, Wednesday||10:30 - 11:45 am||TNH 2.124|
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Processes of Const. Decisionmaking - Brest/LevinsonAspen , edition: most recent