ANP 236: Peace and Justice Studies provides students with an anthropological perspective on issues of violence, nonviolence, international law, social movements, economic justice, environmental racism, memory, and trauma. Students will explore thematic issues (e.g. human rights, rule of law, environmental justice, economic justice, political violence, sovereignty, activism, etc.) by developing critical analytical frameworks.
Students can take this course online from anywhere in the world and make progress towards their degree. All that students need is a computer, a modern browser, and a broadband internet connection. None of the anthropology online classes have an on-campus component or require that students purchase expensive textbooks.