DTS411H1: Transnational Justice

Hours

24S

This course explores the intersection between local conceptions of justice and their transnational and institutional circulations. It interrogates competing meanings of justice and examines the varied practices of actors engaged in justice making domains. From international human rights, to transitional justice and truth and reconciliation, to international legal and traditional justice formulations, the course offers students an opportunity to learn about and critically reflect on the processes and purposes through which justice conceptions are structured, implemented and being contested in the contemporary period. Topics include: theories of transnationalism, transnational justice, social injustice, law and culture, universalism, racism and social inequality.

Prerequisite
14.0 credits including DTS200Y1
Distribution Requirements
Humanities
Social Science
Breadth Requirements
Society and its Institutions (3)
Mode of Delivery
In Class