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Hitchcock, Robert. 2010. “HUMAN RIGHTS, ENVIRONMENT, DEVELOPMENT - ANTHROPOLOGY 476/876:”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


The aim of this course (Human Rights, Environment, and Development, Anthropology
476/876) is to ground students in anthropological approaches to human rights and sustainable
development. It will address issues that are of significance in the area of international human
rights, paying specific attention to issues such as (1) universalism vs...

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Subject Area(s):
Peace, War, World Conflict, and Conflict Resolution
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College 400

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