Course Offerings 2019‑2020

Core Courses

FALL 2019

Instructor Days Time

WINTER 2020

Instructor Days Time

LAWS 2510.03: Intro to Law

Darling, D
TR 4:35-5:55

LAWS 2520.03: Intro to Law

Acharya, N TR 4:35-5:55

SOSA 3285.03: Sociology of Law

Bryan, T
MW 10:05-11:25

PHIL 2020.03: Legal Thinking

Scherkoske, G TR 2:35-3:55

LJSO 3000.03: The Process of Justice

Majekolagbe, A MW 5:35-6:55

POLI 3505.03: Human Rights: Foundations

Atkinson, L TR 1:05-2:35

 

     

HIST 3226.03: Criminal Law… Canada pre-1890

Bleasdale, R M 2:35-5:25

 

     

HIST 3227.03 Law & Justice in Canada 1890  

Bleasdale, R W 2:35-5:25
        SOSA 3285.03: Sociology of Law Bryan, T
MW 10:05-11:25
        LJSO 4000.03: Honours Seminar in Law, Justice and Society
Denike, M C/D C/D

List A: Legal Studies Electives

FALL 2019

Instructor Days Time

WINTER 2020

Instructor Days Time

HIST 4401: Criminality in Modern South Africa

Kynoch, G R 2:35-5:25 CLASS/PHIL/POLI 3434: The Ancient Origins of Political Thought: From Homer to Aristotle
Diamond, E TRF 2:35-3:25

PHIL 2475: Justice in Global Perspective

Miller, S MWF 11:35-12:25 HIST 3101: Punishment, Crime and the Courts   Kesselring, K
T 8:35-11:25
HIST 2715: A Global History of Incarceration   Kynoch, G
TR 1:05-2:25 POLI 3378: American Politics, Polarization and Crisis Finbow, R
MW 1:05-2:25
PHIL 3476/POLI 3476/PHIL 5476: Liberalism and Global Justice Scherkoske, G MW 2:35-3:55 PHIL 3211: Philosophy of Law Kapusta, S MWF 11:35-12:25

POLI 3206: Constitutional Law and Politics in Canada

Pruysers, S
TR 11:35-12:55

SOSA 3225: Culture, Rights and Power

Eramian, L W
8:35-11:25
POLI 4505: Human Rights Legal issues
French, G M 5:35-8:25 SOSA 3260: Deviance and Society
Whelan, E R 2:35-5:25
SOSA 2181: Explaining Crime and Criminal Behaviour Bryan, T
TR 1:05-2:25        
SOSA 3148: Drugs, Health and Society
Martin, F F 11:35-2:25        

List B: Optional Electives

FALL 2019

Instructor Days Time

WINTER 2020

Instructor Days Time
HIST 2006: The Atlantic World 1450-1650
Roberts, J MW 1:05-2:25 HIST 2007: The Atlantic World 1650-1800 Dempsey, B MF 11:35-12:55
PHIL 2490/CSCI 3101: Soc/Ethi/Prof Issues in CSCI
Abramson, D MW 4:05-5:25 PHIL 2490/CSCI 3101: Soc/Ethi/Prof Issues in CSCI
Goetze, T TR 1:05-2:25
PHIL 3106: Animal Ethics Fenton, A MW 4:05-5:25 POLI 2215: Canadian Aboriginal Politics
Firmini, M
TR 11:35-12:55
POLI 2210/PHIL2210: Unity and Diversity Carbert, L
TR 4:05-5:25 POLI 2220: Structures of Cdn. Parliament and Government Pruysers, S
MW 11:35-12:55
POLI 2520: World Politics French, G TR 10:05-11:25 POLI 3208: Cdn. Provincial Politics
Carbert, L
WF 10:05-11:25
POLI 3385: Politics and the Environment Hayden, A MW 11:35-12:55 POLI 3581: Diplomacy and Negotiations
Bow, B T 2:35-5:25
CTMP 4125: Hannah Arendt Brandes, D
M 2:35-5:25 POLI 4390: NGOs and Government Services Denike, M T 5:35-8:25
SUSt 4125: Conflict Negotiation and Sustainability Bergel, A T 5:35-8:25 CTMP 3321: Representations of the Holocaust: Bearing Witness Glowacka, D

M

W

2:35-4:25

2:35-3:25

ENVS 3000: Introduction to Environmental Law Simpson, J MW 4:05-5:25 EMSP 2480/HIST 2750: The Pirate and Piracy Kow, S MW 4:05-5:25
        ECON 2212: Law and Economics James, T
M 5:35-8:25
        COMM 2603: Legal Aspects of Business Staff WF 2:35-3:55