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AU Human Rights Faculty

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Select a school to browse faculty whose work relates to human rights:

Courses at American University are taught by world-renowned human rights practitioners, each providing a unique and diverse perspective on how human rights operate in the field. The American University faculty makes substantial contributions in the field of human rights as civil society practitioners, government officials, journalists, lawyers, and legal scholars. Faculty members have served as UN Special Rapporteurs, advisors for the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, and consultants for Amnesty International USA, among other prestigious appointments. Each professor is committed to service, scholarship, and research, allowing students to participate in a well-rounded and meaningful way with the human rights topics they learn in class.

Below, students can search faculty members within each school who focus on and integrate human rights into their courses.

College of Arts and Sciences

Kogod School of Business

School of Communication

School of International Service

School of Public Affairs

Washington College of Law