The Rights of Non-citizens: The Impact of Citizenship Status on Human & Civil Rights in the US (LAW-795IC-001)
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This seminar examines how citizenship status affects the rights - political, social, human, and economic - of individuals in the United States. The concept of citizenship as creating inclusivity has another, maybe inherent and perhaps intentional or nonintentional, consequence: excluding noncitizens from particular benefits of membership. This course explores the latter, namely the extent to which citizenship status can and does limit rights.
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