HNRS-220: The Legal Imagination (4 Credits)

Literature and film frequently imagine alternate or (non)ideal depictions of how society should or should not be organized. This course will analyze the ethical and concomitant legal challenges posed by imagined technologies, scientific advancement, and social change in past literature and film.

This class is taught in Fall 2018/2019/ 2020

Archived Courses

HNRS-220: Thinking Emotion: From Physiology to Ethics (Fall 2015-2017)

Professor Bill Davies

Professor Bill Davies
Justice, Law, and Criminology | SPA


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