Congratulations to Tiffany MacLellan for winning a Carleton University Contract Instructor Teaching Award. Tiffany is a recent graduate of the Law and Legal Studies PhD program in addition to her role as a Contract Instructor for the Department.
Well deserved, Tiffany!
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Law and Legal Studies, Faculty of Public Affairs
My courses encourage students to perform interdisciplinary examinations of the relationship between law and politics, paying particular attention to the ways in which states attempt to account for mass atrocity. As such, students are invited to turn to traditional empirical sources frequently leveraged in legal studies, as well as non-traditional sources like aesthetic and spatial sites, to grapple with important problems that underlie public international law and theories of transitional justice. I am committed to generating educational experiences within and beyond the walls of the classroom, as demonstrated by incorporating Carleton University Art Gallery exhibition material to illuminate important themes that emerge in my course’s readings.