For next Tuesday, please come prepared to talk about a children’s rights case of interest to you, as well as the Kilkelly article. If you weren’t in class on November 24, you’ll also want to watch “The Conscience of Europe”:
It runs about sixteen minutes, and provides a broader context for the Kilkelly article.
Finally, a note about the written portion of the CEDAW assignment. The written portion is due by the final exam period scheduled for this course. It should be approximately 7-10 pages in length.
Have a good Thanksgiving!
Here’s what will be going on in class between now and Thanksgiving Break:
- Tuesday, 17 November: a presentation from one of our number, and followup discussion on ICPMW.
- Thursday, 19 November: work session. There will be no formal class session, but this is a good opportunity to get started on the CEDAW project, get a head start on the reading for next Tuesday (refer to the class calendar), or both. I’ll be available in the classroom for anyone who might want to consult. (Even if you don’t think you’ll need or want to consult, you might want to work in the classroom anyway, just in case something comes up.)
- Tuesday, 24 November: CRC and its protocols, Kilkelly article.
The assignment sheet for the second reflection essay has been posted.
I’ve set up the mid-term check-in as a Google Form, which you can access here. I’m genuinely interested in what you think, so please fill it out.
Something has come up unexpectedly that will require me to be off campus all day on Tuesday, September 8. That means we won’t be able to meet for class, for which I apologize.
I will eventually make the necessary changes to the calendar. In the meantime, please plan on reading Chs. 8-9 in Glendon for Thursday’s class.
I might or might not try it again, but here’s a Sway I created for today’s class:
Ordinarily my Tuesday office hours are in SU 116. Today, however, I’ll be in SU 263.
This site serves as the syllabus and as an information hub for The Quest for Human Rights (POSC 301/JUST 301) course at Saint Mary’s College (Fall 2015).
You’ll see regular updates here throughout the semester.