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The essay discusses the differences between teaching human rights in an elite college and an elite graduate school compared with teaching the same matrial to incarcerated students. The latter experience the dramatic absence of rights, both in jail and often as well in their previous lives, which almost inevitably were marked by poverty and deprivation. The different life experiences of the majority of incarcerated students as compared with the majority of college and graduate students positionsdoi:10.5195/rt.2016.239 fatcat:pe2o2ykctvalpm5yuu4uasgaku