LaDawn Haglund

ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY - FACULTY OF JUSTICE AND SOCIAL INQUIRY

PO Box 876403  ♦ Tempe, AZ  85287-6403 ♦ Phone: 480-965-7083 ♦ ladawn.haglund@asu.edu

 

Associate Professor, Justice & Social Inquiry, School of Social Transformation

  ◊ Director, undergraduate Certificate in Human Rights

  ◊ Faculty Fellow, Center for Law and Global Affairs, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law

  ◊ Senior Sustainability Scholar, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability

 

Ph.D. 2005 (Sociology), New York University

M.A. 2002 (Sociology), New York University

B.A. 1991 (Psychology), University of California, Santa Cruz

 

Scholarly interests: human rights (in particular, economic and social rights and the human right to water), globalization and international political economy, the sociology of development, macro- and comparative sociology, law and society, and institutions and social change

 

Most recent research: “Law and social transformation: comparative perspectives on water governance in the Global South.” National Science Foundation, Law and Social Sciences Division Award #1324248. (PIs: LaDawn Haglund & Rimjhim Aggarwal) [Analyzing the social and political dimensions of sustainability and natural resources management, particularly the human right to water and water-related resources in urban areas].

 

Affiliations: American Sociological Association (Sections: Comparative-Historical Sociology, Human Rights, Global/Transnational Sociology, Sociology of Development, Political Sociology); Law and Society Association; Latin American Studies Association (Sections: Environmental, Central America, Brazil); International Research Group on Law and Urban Space-IRGLUS

 

 

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RECENT PUBLICATIONS

 

Haglund, LaDawn and Robin Stryker (eds.) 2015. Closing the Rights Gap: From Human Rights to Social Transformation. University of California Press. (Contains three Haglund co-authored chapters).

 

Haglund, LaDawn. 2015. “New forms of environmental governance in São Paulo, Brazil: implications for human rights.” Latin American Perspectives. Online publication in February; print publication forthcoming.

 

Haglund, LaDawn. 2014. “Water Governance and Social Justice in São Paulo, Brazil.” Invited contribution. A Special Issue of Water Policy: Why Justice Matters in Water Governance. 16:78–96.

 

Haglund, LaDawn and Rimjhim Aggarwal. 2011. “Test of Our Progress: The Translation of Economic and Social Rights Norms Into Practice.” Journal of Human Rights. 10:1–27.

 

Haglund, LaDawn. 2010. Limiting Resources: Market-Led Reform and the Transformation of Public Goods. Pennsylvania State University Press. For a 20% discount, click here.

 

 

RECENT SYLLABI

 

JUS 191 (First Year Seminar - Water Wars: Conflict over Blue Gold)

 

JUS 325: Globalization and Socio-Economic Justice

 

JUS 352: Global Politics of Human Rights

 

JUS 394: Human Rights Organizations and Institutions

 

JUS 456: Human Rights and Sustainability

 

JUS 500: Graduate Research Methods

 

JUS 656: Human Rights and Sustainability (Graduate)

 

JUS 660: Globalization and Economic Justice (Graduate)

 

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