USC Dornsife and the USC Gould School of Law are hosting a Law, History, and Culture Student Reception
Tuesday, April 1, 2014 – 4:00-6:00pm – Law School Faculty Lounge Room 433
All students are welcome! Food will be served!
Great opportunity to meet and talk with faculty members, learn about the new major & courses being offered!
The Bachelor of Arts in Law, History, and Culture major is designed for students drawn to interdisciplinary study of legal and cultural issues, as well as those who intend to pursue a law degree. It offers students an education in legal institutions, languages, and processes central to social, cultural, and political developments in the past and present.
The major combines approaches from history, literature, philosophy, political theory, religion and classical studies to explore the law’s position at the nexus of society. It will help students develop the critical skills of reading, writing and analysis crucial to both a liberal education and the study of law.
Students will gain theoretical and analytical perspectives on ethical, political and social issues relevant to law as they explore specific legal issues from a humanistic perspective. The Law, History, and Culture major is a broad and deep exploration of legal ideas and legal change in both global and U.S. contexts.
Contact Professor Lon Kurashige (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.