HS 210F — Comparative Approaches to Global Injustice and Social Inequality
Meets for one-half semester and yields half-course credit.
Examines historical, philosophical and political concepts of poverty, injustice and inequality from a comparative perspective, as seen by thinkers and activists from different intellectual and cultural traditions. It is based on understanding perceptions of race, ethnicity, social class and other markers of ‘difference’ in contemporary societies, how those perceptions lead to bias, social exclusion and marginalization, and how to assess policies designed to overcome those divisions. Usually offered every year.