HIST 3252 Crime Stories: Morality, Deviance, and Popular Culture in Modern Britain
4 semester hours
This course examines the history of the 1860s, the 1930s, and the 1960s through British detective fiction. Considering how and why such radical transformation took place, students examine how fictional narratives relate to contemporary ideas about morality and deviance, helping to undermine, reimagine, or reinforce existing power structures.
HIST Concentration: Race, Gender, and Culture.
University Core fulfilled: Integrations: Interdisciplinary Connections