HUM 160 The Criminal in Literature and the Arts

An interdisciplinary approach to the study of crime, criminality, and society's reaction to it. Particular attention is directed at the manner in which the criminal is portrayed in literature, the fine arts, and other media. This course presents an opportunity to examine this social problem through the works of such varied writers and artists as Dostoyevsky, Camus, Capote, and others. Three lecture hours per week. Competency met: Humanities (6.0), Ethical Dimensions (7.0) 3 credits Spring

3 credits
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