**Updated 05/25/2021. Due to the pandemic, these listings may change. Students, confirm meeting arrangements in BuckeyeLink when enrolling**
8896.62 | Seminar: Prisons, Police, and Borders, #37373, T 10:00-11:50am, Drinko Hall 349, César Cauhtémoc García Hernández
This seminar addresses criminal and immigration policing practices as they affect migration, including discussions of citizenship, criminal proceedings, and law enforcement along the border. Focused on the interaction between criminal and immigration law enforcement regimes, the course considers substantive legal doctrine alongside legal norms, policies, and operational realities. Special attention is given to the motivations and implications of linking two disparate areas of law. Students are asked to consider where, how, and why doctrine, norms, policies, and practices conflict. The course covers the legal construction of borders and citizenship, including racial and gender dimensions, as well as the rights and obligations of criminal defendants who are not or might not be U.S. citizens. Students will engage in a sustained research project.
Deadline to Enroll: July 30th, 2021
Interested students should email the Moritz College of Law Registrar, Beth Stiles (firstname.lastname@example.org) to enroll in the class. Offered for GIS credit AU21 only.
5660 | Seminar in Latin American Literatures and Cultures, #19923 and #34781, W/F 11:10am-12:30pm, Journalism Bldg 221, Ana Del Sarto
5689S | Spanish in Ohio, #23653, W 2:30pm – 5:15pm, Hagerty 259, Elena Foulis