Duke Immerse: 

A signature education initiative of Duke University

Rights & Identities in the Americas: Human Rights, Indigenous Peoples, and Contemporary Challenges

Family Rights/Human Rights

HISTORY 389S-02 SEM (10811)

This course explores the relationship between the state, family formation, and individuals. Students will look closely at the regulation of sexuality, reproduction, adoption, immigration and incarceration in the U.S. over the past 200 years using the writing of historians adn other scholars, autobiography and film. Instructor consent required.

Instructor: Sarah Deutsch, PhD

Notes: 

Fall 2022

Family Rights/Human Rights
Crosslisting Numbers: 
  • PUBPOL 346S-02 SEM (10812)
  • RIGHTS 389S-02 (10813)
Curriculum Codes: 

CCI, CZ, EI, SS