In societies marked by deep and enduring structural inequality – often along lines of caste, race, gender, or other forms of identity – how is responsibility for such injustice assigned? How is the agency necessary to overcome historical injustice imagined? These lectures will use Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar’s writings as a starting point to explore the moral psychology of responding to historical injustice.
Constitutional Law | Human Rights Law | Law | Legal History | Political Science
Mehta, Pratap Bhanu; Greene, Jamal; and Pistor, Katharina, "Historical Injustice, Agency, and Resentment" (2022). Ambedkar Law Lectures. 1.