HIST121D:
Crime and Punishment in Early Modern Europe

About the Course:

Examines the varying judicial systems of early modern Europe and looks at how crime and criminals were defined and treated in a social, religious, and political context. Topics will also include beggars, violence, heretics, and witches.

Pre-requisites:

History 4B or 9 or upper-division standing.

Documents:

View the course’s GauchoSpace page or the instructor’s page for documents: Hilary Bernstein   

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