ENG3401 Law Through Literature, FA2016

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ENG3401 Law Through Literature, FA2016
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Semester / Year
Fall 2016
Course Description

We will explore issues of law, its systems, its application, and its challenges through works of literature. The way in which we will read and access the literary works assigned as readings will be part of our conversations. The cultural and historical context for the works we read will comprise an important aspect of our thinking and in-class discussion. Finally, we will consider how literature can and does influence the development of law. In
order to be successful in this course, students are required to maintain the reading schedule and come to class prepared to discuss the assigned reading. It is highly recommended that students approach the
course with their curiosity and an eagerness both to learn and demonstrate what they have discovered on their own initiative.


This course was created by: Jason W. Ellis

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