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Associate Professor, Justice & Social Inquiry, School of Social Transformation
◊ Director, undergraduate Certificate in Human Rights
◊ Fellow of Human Rights and Sustainability, Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics
◊ Faculty Fellow, Center
for Law and Global Affairs, Sandra Day OConnor
◊ Senior Sustainability Scholar, Global Institute of Sustainability
Scholarly interests: macro- and comparative
sociology; development and human rights, especially in
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].
Affiliations: American Sociological Association, Latin American Studies Association, Society for the Study of Social Problems, Society for the Advancement of Socio-economics, and Annual Conference on Development and Change
Haglund, LaDawn and Robin Stryker (eds.) Under contract. Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights: Emerging Possibilities for Social Transformation. University of California Press.
Haglund, LaDawn and Rimjhim Aggarwal. 2011. Test of Our Progress: The Translation of Economic and Social Rights Norms Into Practice. Journal of Human Rights. 10:127.
Haglund, LaDawn. 2010. Limiting Resources: Market-Led Reform and the Transformation of Public Goods. Pennsylvania State University Press. For a 20% discount, click here.
LaDawn. 2009. El Salvador: After the
Victory, Sobering Realities. NACLA
Report on the
Haglund, LaDawn. 2006. Hard Pressed to Invest: The Political Economy of Public Sector Reform in Costa Rica. Revista Centroamericana de Ciencias Sociales. NΊ 1, Vol. III, July, pp. 5-46.
Haglund, LaDawn. 2005. Ties that Collide: Embeddedness under Democratization and Neo-liberalization. Pp. 220-254 in Beatty Riedl, Rachel, Sada Aksartova, and Kristine Mitchell (eds.) Bridging Disciplines, Spanning the World. PIIRS: Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies.
JUS 656: Human Rights and Sustainability (Graduate)
JUS 660: Globalization and Economic Justice (Graduate)