Seminar in Special Topics

SOCIOL 490S

SOC 490SA Pathways
SOCIOL 490S-1-01 Pathways to Delinquency

MW 12-1:15 p.m., 133 Reuben-Cooke

Dr. Maria Febbo, maria.febbo@duke.edu

Ever wonder why people break the law? Then Pathways to Delinquency is the course for you. This research-based course uncovers the contexts and causes of juvenile delinquency. By the end of the course, you will have a deep understanding of the complexities of delinquency and hands-on experience designing and conducting your own research project.

 

 

Global
SOCIOL 490S-1-02 Global Minorities: Power, Identity & Belonging

TuTh 1:45-3 p.m., 226 Allen

Dr. Mary Hovsepian, mary.hovsepian@duke.edu

This special-topics-seminar is on excluded groups in modern nation states. We will examine case studies of groups and nations from various regions of the globe to explore issues of identity, belonging, and national imaginings.  Students will conduct research on issues such as settler colonialism, indigeneity, minoritization, human rights, and social inequalities.

 

Instructor: Staff
SOC 490SA Pathways
Typically Offered
Occasionally