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UNCP 5516 Capstone: Whose Social Justice? (Fall: 3 )

Course Description

Social justice and the education of “Men and Women for Others” are central precepts at Boston College. Through your own experiences in family, community and schooling, and based on readings by “others,” this class asks you to reflect on abounding questions. How have you come to understand, interpret and act on dictums of social justice? And what are those dictums? According to whom? Who are “others,” and what does being “for” “others” mean?” The class will also ask you to think about the implication of your insights for spirituality, vocational decisions, and citizenship in a changing and often overwhelming world.

Instructor(s): Deborah T. Levenson

Prerequisites: None

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Comments: Capstone classes may NOT be taken Pass/Fail. You may take only ONE Capstone class before graduation.

Last Updated: 24-Jun-17