PUBPOL 259S | WOMEN AS LEADERS

Instructor(s):Alexandra Zagbayou

TuTh 10:15 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. | Sanford 150

Explore the long history of women’s activism in the United States, and how that history has shaped current debates about women leaders. Explore the variety of ways that women exercise leadership not just in party politics and corporations, but in neighborhoods, schools, and unions among other places. Learn about theories of leadership and connect theory to practice through the process of articulating your own theory of change for your leadership journey. All are welcomed.


PUBPOL 270S | LEAD THE WAY DURHAM: CIVIC ENGAGEMENT, SOCIAL INNOVATION, AND COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP IN THE BULL CITY

Instructor(s):Alexandra Zagbayou

TuTh 12:00 p.m. - 1:15 p.m. | Sanford 150

In this class, we will explore how Durham citizens shape and are shaped by the policy environment in which they live and the innovation and creativity they employ to address important social and civic issues in Durham. We will wrestle with the following questions: Who defines community and how do our definitions of community inform our participation in community? What are the core tenants of ethical community engagement and how do we operationalize those tenants in our daily lives? How does geography, race, class, power, privilege influence our conception of citizenship and engagement? We will explore these questions in conversation with leaders in the field of education, housing, government, criminal justice, food security and more and leave the classroom to wrestle with these questions in community with Durham residents. Through active participation and mindful reflection, students will have the opportunity to shape and refine their personal models of social change. All are welcomed.


PUBPOL 311S / ETHICS 301S / ICS 317S / POLSCI 341S / RIGHTS 301S | BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS ADVOCACY LAB

Instructor(s):Suzanne Katzenstein

W 1:45 p.m. - 4:15 p.m. | Friedl Bldg 216

An exploration of human rights advocacy from a legal, political science and comparative perspective. Will focus on issues related to corporate accountability. A core component of the course will include a human rights “lab” in which students work in teams on policy-oriented projects, potentially in collaboration with community partners.


PUBPOL 415S | COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE

Instructor(s):Andrew Nurkin

TuTh 3:30 p.m. - 4:45 p.m. | Sanford 07

Capstone course for students completing community-based research projects through Service Opportunities in Leadership, a signature curricular and experiential learning offering in the Hart Leadership Program. Course involves critical reflection on summer projects, exploration of leadership models that center community-led work and systemic analysis, development and practice of skills for lifelong civic leadership, and interrogation of how individual lives of commitment to the common good are formed and sustained in community with others. Instructor consent required. Students must be members of the SOL program and have completed both PUBPOL 263 and an approved summer project.


PUBPOL 816 / GLHLTH 840 | ETHICS AND POLICY-MAKING

Instructor(s):Jay Pearson

TuTh 12:00 p.m. - 1:15 p.m. | Sanford 05

Normative concepts in politics, liberty, justice, and the public interest: historical and philosophical roots, relationship to one another and to American political tradition, and implications for domestic and international problems. Department consent required.