The UCCHRE is grateful to Rita Maran from UC Berkeley’s “Human Rights Syllabi for the College Classroom project” who began this collection and to the editors of the Teaching Human Rights Database who expanded it and have allowed us to repost the syllabi collected before 2021.

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2019
  • Other
    • Arts, Media and Human Rights
2018

2017
  • Other
    • Arts, Media and Human Rights
    • Social Work
2016
  • Human Rights Law
  • Other
    • Education
    • Research Methods
    • Social Work
  • Social/ Protest Movements
2015
  • Economics
  • General introduction to human rights
    • Introduction to Human Rights.pdf (hybrid). Catherine Buerger (University of Connecticut), Spring 2015.
    • Introduction to Human Rights.pdf. Andrew Nathan (Columbia University), Fall 2015.
  • Other
    • Culture and Human Rights
    • Education
    • Health and Human Rights
    • Human Rights in Specific Geographic Regions
    • International Organizations
    • Political Science
    • Social Work
    • Theory and Philosophy
Archive
  • Children
  • Economics
  • General introduction to Human Rights
    • Introduction to Human Rights.pdf. Jack Barry (University of Connecticut), Spring 2014.
    • Introduction to Human Rights.pdf. Shareen Hertel/Serena Parekh/Kathryn Libal (University of Connecticut), Spring 2006.
    • The Global Politics of Human Rights.pdf. Terry Karl (Stanford University), Winter 2007.
    • Human Rights: Moving Intervention Upstream..pdf Jan Knippers Black (Monterey Graduate School of International Policy Studies), Spring 2004 and 2006.
    • First Year Seminar: Human Rights.pdf. Matthew Krain (College of Wooster), Fall 2002 and 2003.
    • Introduction to Human Rights.pdf. Andrew J. Nathan (Columbia University), Fall 2005.
    • Human Rights and the Body in Law and the Humanities.pdf. Caroline “Kay” Picart (Florida State University), Fall 2002.
    • Human Rights.pdf. Tania Reytan-Marincheshka (Sofia University, Bulgaria), Spring 2006.
    • Human Rights.pdf. Howard Tolley (University of Cincinnati), Spring 2006.
    • Human Rights II: History and Theory.pdf. Michael Geyer (The University of Chicago), n.d.
    • The Struggle for Human Rights.pdf. Rick Halperin (Southern Methodist University), Spring 1999 and 2006.
    • Historical Origins of Human Rights.pdf. Samuel Moyn (Columbia University), n.d.
    • The History of Human Rights.pdf – Lora Wildenthal (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Fall 1999.
    • Human Rights: Politics and Policy.pdf. Clifford Bob (Duquesne University), n.d.
    • The Politics of International Human Rights.pdf. Henry (Chip) Carey (Georgia State University), Spring 2001.
    • Human Rights in the World Community: Issues and Action.pdf. Richard Pierre Claude (University of Maryland/University of Iowa), Fall 2006 and Spring 2007.
    • Basic International Human Rights Concepts and Teminology.pdf. H. Victor Condé (International Institute of Human Rights), 2005.
    • International Human Rights.pdf. Christian Davenport (University of Notre Dame), Fall 2007.
    • Introduction to Human Rights.pdf. Jack Donnelly (University of Denver), Fall 2005, Summer 2006 and Winter 2007.
    • Human Rights Here and Abroad.pdf. Jack Donnelly (University of Denver), Fall 2003.
    • Human Rights and Global Change.pdf. Robert Elias (University of San Francisco), Fall 2009 and 2012.
    • Human Rights in Global Perspective. Diane Falk (Richard Stockton College of New Jersey), n.d.
    • Human Rights.pdf. Mark Gibney (University of North Carolina, Asheville), Fall 2005 and Spring 2009.
    • Human Rights.pdf. Amy Gurowitz (University of California, Berkeley), Spring 2005.
    • Human Rights in Theory and Practice.pdf. Lisa Hajjar (Swarthmore College), Spring 1999.
    • Colloquium on Human Rights in a Diverse World.pdf. Peter Juviler (Barnard College), Spring 1995.
    • International Relations: Human Rights.pdf. George Kent (University of Hawaii), Spring and Fall 2006, Fall 2007 and 2008.
    • Human Rights.pdf. Rita Maran (University of California, Berkeley), Fall 1997.
    • The Politics of International Law and Human Rights.pdf. Jamie Mayerfeld (University of Washington), Fall 2012.
    • Human Rights and World Politics.pdf. Andrew Moravcsik (Harvard University), Spring 2000.
    • Seminar on International Human Rights.pdf. Michael Posner and Katherine Liao (Columbia University), Spring 1998.
    • Human Rights.pdf. Mort Winston (College of New Jersey), Fall 2002 and 2005.
  • Genocide
  • Human Rights Law
  • Indigenous Rights
  • Other
    • Arts, Media and Human Rights
      • Human Rights in World Literature.pdf. Julie de Sherbinin (Colby College), Fall 1996 and 2000.
      • Music and International Human Rights.pdf. Frank Gunderson (Florida State University), Fall 2005.
      • The Formation of the Nation-State and the Pursuit of Individual Rights In Modern Chinese Literature.pdf. Aaron Lan (Florida State University), n.d.
      • Exile Literature and Nazi Germany.pdf. Birgit Maier-Katkin (Florida State University), Fall 2005.

Human Rights and Media.pdf. Julie Mertus (American University), Fall 2005.

Literature and Human Rights.pdf. J.S. Peters (Columbia University), Fall 1994 and 1998.

Human Rights and the Arts.pdf. Rhonda Pettit (University of Cincinnati), Fall 2009.

Media, Politics and Intervention: Responding to Human Rights Abuses..pdf Shayna Plaut (Columbia College), Spring 2006 and 2007.

Ethics, Tactics, and Tensions in Human Rights Reporting.pdf . Shayna Plaut. Simon Fraser University.

Literature of Human Rights.pdf. Amit Rai (Florida State University), Fall 2004.

International Human Rights and Film.pdf. Vall Richard and Terry Coonan (Florida State University), Fall 2005.

Human Rights Through Film.pdf. Daniel Tagliarina (University of Connecticut), Summer 2014.

  • Culture and Human Rights
    • Disability Rights
    • Education
    • Health and Human Rights
    • Human Rights in Specific Geographic Regions
    • International Organizations
    • Political Science
    • Religion
    • Research Methods
    • Social Work
    • Theory and Philosophy
    • US foreign policy
  • War and Conflict
  • Women