The purpose of the minor is to familiarize students with the emerging debates surrounding transitional justice and post-conflict reconstruction, and to allow for real-world application of theoretical constructs and explanations relating to development, democracy, the environment, the economy, human rights, politics, peace agreeements and justice before, at the time of, and post-transition. The minor requires students to take two new integrative courses designed to bring all of our students into a single classroom, based around themes central to the field, as well as other courses offered by departments and programs across campus.
N.B. No course may be credited toward another module.
TJ 2001F/G: Problems in Transitional Justice and Post-Conflict Reconstruction
Instructor: Dr. Joanna Quinn
Fall Term 2017, Wednesday, 2:30-5:30, location: SSC 2020
This course introduces students to interdisciplinary studies of transitional justice and post-conflict reconstruction, with emphasis on questions of conflict. Students will examine key concepts and explore theoretical problems in confronting and seeking solutions to the aftermath of large-scale events of social violence, including war, genocide, and authoritarian rule.
TJ 3001F/G: Studies in Transitional Justice and Post-Conflict Reconstruction
Winter Term 2018, Wednesday, 2:30-5:30, location: SSC 3014
This course explores issues inherent to regions facing the aftermath of large-scale events of social violence, including war, genocide, and authoritarian rule, with an emphasis on questions of justice and post-conflict reconstruction. Students will examine specific cases of recent attempts to establish just responses to conflict within affected communities.