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21F.071: Freedom of Expression in Contemporary Europe

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Explores contemporary European identities through the lenses of conflicts and debates on freedom of expression in a globalized world. Examines European history and law, rights and anti-discrimination policies, privacy as a political ideal, art and censorship, sexual consent, religious values, pornography, offense in a digital age, etc. Specific focus on France and the United Kingdom. Taught in English.

Prereqs:  none

Units: 3-0-9(U)

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