Teaching

Thank you for visiting Professor Kaufman’s Teaching page. Please note that the courses listed below, along with their student evaluations, serve as a representative sample of Professor Kaufman’s teaching experience. This list is not exhaustive.

International Justice and Atrocities

2019
University of Houston Law Center

This course examined origins, operations, and outcomes of historical and contemporary international justice measures to address genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and other atrocity crimes.

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International Law

2019
University of Houston Law Center

This course surveyed the nature, sources, and major topics and controversies in international law.

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International Justice

2018
Stanford Law School

This course examined origins, operations, and outcomes of historical and contemporary international justice measures to address genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and other atrocity crimes.

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Global Politics and Media

2014
Yale University

This course explored key actors (international organizations, governments, corporations, NGOs, and individuals) and initiatives in the Digital Age and their impact on conflict, democracy, and justice.

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Transitional Justice in Africa

2012
George Washington University

This course presented the major concepts, objectives, options, and tensions of Transitional Justice, with a specific focus on sub-Saharan Africa.

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