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Femi TáiwoDirector, ProfessorCasey 428(206) firstname.lastname@example.org
Kate ReynoldsAdministrative AssistantCasey 4E(206) email@example.com
Programs Director and Associate Professor of Law: International and Comparative Law Global African Studies
Room 460, School of Law
Professor Slye is an Associate Professor and Director of International and Comparative Law Programs at the Seattle University School of Law. He teaches, writes, and consults in the areas of public international law and international human rights law. Professor Slye has authored and co-authored books and articles on international law, human rights, environmental law, housing law, and poverty law. From 1991-93, Professor Slye was an assistant professor and Robert Cover Fellow in the clinical program at Yale Law School, where he taught an interdisciplinary transactional clinical course focusing on homelessness and housing, as well as immigration law and poverty law. He practiced law in New York City from 1991-93 with the law firm of Berle, Kass & Case. From 1993-96, he was associate director of the Orville H. Schell, Jr., Center for International Human Rights at Yale Law School and co-taught Yale's international human rights law clinic. Professor Slye was a visiting professor at the Community Law Centre at the University of the Western Cape in South Africa from 1996-97 and, while there, served as legal consultant to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. He is currently writing a book on the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission and its amnesty process.
Seattle: The Challenge of the Racial Frontier
GAST/HIST 480 (Music and Politics of the Black Diaspora) Spring 2008 Alums - Hollis Wong - Wear and Madeleine Clifford of CANARY SING delivers their final presentation on underground hip hop and social justice at Hidmos, Quinton Baker of GRAY MATTERS waits in the wings.
Africa 101: Olúfémi Táíwò, professor of philosophy, and Saheed Adejumobi, associate professor of history, Global African Studies Program, Seattle University, gave an overview of African history and culture, colonialism and its impacts on Thursday, Mar. 6 2008 at the Seattle Public Library Seattle Reads event.
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