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- Introduction to Law, Politics, and Society taught by Renee Cramer at Drake University
- Introduction to Legal Studies taught by Paul Collins at University of Massachusetts, Amherst
- Law and Society taught by Amélie Barras at York University
- Law, Politics, and Society taught by Jinee Lokaneeta at Drew University
- Law in the Liberal Arts: Elements of Law taught by Keith J. Bybee at Syracuse University
- Advanced Research Seminar taught by Joanna Grisinger at Northwestern University
- The Charter of Rights and Freedoms taught by Mark Davidson at York University
- Critical Concepts in Law, Politics, and Society taught by Renee Cramer at Drake University
- Critical Race and Feminist Legal Theory taught by Renee Cramer at Drake University
- Contemporary American Indian Law and Politics taught by Renee Cramer at Drake University
- Economic Analysis of Law taught by Mark Davidson at York University
- Judges and Judging taught by Paul Collins at University of Massachusetts, Amherst
- Law and the Civil Rights Movement taught by Joanna Grisinger at Northwestern University
- The Mohawk Consortium College-in-Prison Program taught by Doran Larson at Hamilton College
- Popular Trials taught by Richard Weisman at York University
- The Promise (?) of Equal Protection taught by Renee Cramer at Drake University
Other Syllabi Resources
- UC Berkeley Course Syllabi
- Triangle Legal History Seminar's Legal History on the Web - Links to a number of legal history syllabi.
- TRAILS (Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology) [membership required] - "TRAILS is an online, modular (by topic and type of teaching tool) and searchable database that reflects a major innovation in the creation and dissemination of peer-reviewed teaching resources."
- American Anthropological Association’s Teaching Materials Exchange - links to syllabi volunteered by AAA members.
- The Association for Political and Legal Anthropology (a section of the AAA) has a list of syllabi in Political and Legal Anthropology.
- National Poverty Center at the University of Michigan Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy - "Reading lists and syllabi from university courses on issues of poverty, including work, family, health and other topics; research methodology and program evaluation; and related topics."
- Law and Literature: A Basic Bibliography
- The blog Ratio Juris contains links to a number of useful bibliographies in areas including American Indian Law; Animal Ethics, Rights, and Law; Constitutionalism; Criminal Law, Punishment, and Prisons; Human Rights; and many others. (A full list of topics is available here.)
- #CharlestonSyllabus - readings on race and racial violence in American history.
- #campusspeechsyllabus - readings on campus speech and campus protest in American history.