GOV 94OF – Law and Politics in Multicultural Democracies
Instructor: Ofrit Liviatan
Meeting Time: M 3:00pm-5:45pm
Examines the role of law in the governance of cultural diversity drawing on examples from the USA, Western Europe, India, Northern Ireland, and Israel. Central themes at the intersection of law and politics will be explored, including: the impact of courts on rights protections, law’s function as a venue of conflict resolution, and courts’ relationship with other political institutions. Specific attention will be given to contemporary controversies such as religious symbols and abortion.
Recommended Prep: Yiddish BB or permission of the instructor.
Class Notes: Students will be admitted to Gov 94 seminars through a departmental organized lottery. The last day to submit your application is Monday, August 23rd by 6 pm. For more information, please visit the following link: https://undergrad.gov.harvard.edu/gov-94-seminars.
For more details please visit the Harvard Course Catalog.