SociologySOCY 253 Race, Crime, and Justice

Covers empirical research on "race, crime, and justice" from multiple methodological and theoretical traditions in social science research. The course draws on historical examples of slavery, state violence, and crimes against humanity across the globe. Also covers research on the entanglement of race and crime in the United States, both historically and today.

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.

Credits

5

Instructor

Juan Pedroza