Social Justice Studies

Social Justice Studies illuminates the larger contexts of how concepts of justice arise and evolve through historical processes and cultural, political, and religious institutionalization. In addition, it also explores critical social issues related to human rights, labor, gender, race, class, religion, education, ethnicity and sexual orientation at a national and global level. It further details those being deprived of the formal mandates of social justice and how this marginalization needs to be addressed. 


Contact Information:
Dr. Christina Gold, Dean
Office: Behavioral & Social Sciences, Room 144
Phone: 310-660-3735