Students who wish to enroll in the Collaborative Graduate Program must first apply to a participating graduate program.
Students who have been admitted to a participating graduate program are then eligible for admission to the collaborative program. Students who have been admitted may enter the Collaborative Graduate Program at either the Master's or Ph.D. level.
Master's students must enroll by the drop date of the core course in Transitional Justice in their first year of study. Ph.D. students must enroll by the drop date of the core course in Transitional Justice in their third year of doctoral studies.
Doctoral students who completed the Collaborative Graduate Program in Transitional Justice and Post-Conflict Reconstruction as Master’s students may apply to join the program again as doctoral students. There are separate guidelines for these students.
In order to apply for admission to the program, please complete the Application form and the SGPS Admission form:
Master's Level:Core course - TJ 9501: Transitional Justice and Post-Conflict Reconstruction
Core course - TJ 9501: Transitional Justice and Post-Conflict Reconstruction OR
for doctoral students who completed the Collaborative Graduate Program in Transitional Justice and Post-Conflict Reconstruction as Master’s students
TJ 9502: Transitional Justice and Post-Conflict Reconstruction
Instructor: David Hoogenboom
Winter Term 2015, Thursday, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. SSC 4112
Two half courses in a Transitional Justice-related area, possibly including one from a program other than the student’s home program—subject to the requirements of the student’s home department or faculty.
The student may take the core course at any time during the first three years of his or her doctoral studies. Ideally, the student would take the core course in his or her first semester so that a foundation is set right away. However, we recognize that, due to requirements of the student’s home department, this may not be possible.
|TJ 9501 Core Course: Transitional Justice and Post-Conflict Reconstruction||tba||Winter 2015|
|ENG 9078A Indigeneity and the Cultural Politics of Decolonization||n/a||Not offered in 2014-15|
|ENG 9108E Indigenous Critical Theory: Key Concepts and Debates||Pauline Wakeham||Full year course 2014-15|
|ENG 9112A Testimony, Youth, and Human Rights||Julia Emberley||Fall 2014|
|FRENCH 787 Memoire et authenticite: le temoinage questionne||n/a||Not offered in 2014-15|
|FRENCH 9575B Albert Camus: l'homme de lettre, l'essayiste, et le penseur engage||Alain Goldschlager||Winter 2015|
|HIST 9713B Planning for Peace during the Second World War||Francine McKenzie||Winter 2015|
|HISTORY 9831 Killing Fields: A Global History of Mass Violence||Frank Schumacher||Fall 2014|
|LAW 9225 Public International Law||Valerie Oosterveld||Fall 2014|
|LAW 9304B Environmental Law||Sara Seck||Winter 2015 (Feb-Apr)|
|LAW 9325A Aboriginal Law||Michael Coyle||Fall 2014|
|LAW 9427 International Environmental Law||Sara Seck||Winter 2015 (Feb-Apr)|
|LAW 9429 International Criminal Law||n/a||Not offered in 2014-15|
|LAW 9430 International Human Rights Law||n/a||Not offered in 2014-15|
|LAW 9832 Corporate Social Responsibility||n/a||Not offered in 2014-15|
|LAW 9859 Law in the Aftermath of War: Legal Retribution and Reconstruction in Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan, 1945-48||Rande Kostal||Fall 2014|
|LAW 9871 Indigenous Legal Traditions||Ron George||Winter 2015 (Feb-Apr)|
|POL 9723 Genocide||Joanna Quinn||Fall 2014|
|POL 9751 Transitional Justice||Joanna Quinn||Winter 2015|
|POL 9762 Theories of Global Justice||Richard Vernon||Fall 2014|
|SOC 9130 Criminological Theory||Paul Pare||Winter 2015|
|SOC 9135 Issues in Critical Criminology||n/a||Not offered in 2014-15|
|SOC 9166 Race, Class and Colonialism||Anton Allahar||Winter 2015|
|SOC 9190 The Social, the Ethical, and the Global||Scott Schaffer||Fall 2014|
|WS 9587A Re-Membering: Feminist Interventions in Trauma and Testimony||n/a||Not offered in 2014-15|