2018-2019 Undergraduate Bulletin

LIT 133 Justice Across Literature

Literature is a window into the questions that humans ask themselves about justice. Is what is good for me also good for you? Must we follow traditions just because we always have? Do prisoners always deserve to be punished? Reading short stories, plays, poems, and novels from around the world, this course asks you to debate intricate questions of justice while helping you to build analytical and writing skills necessary to thrive in college.






This course satisfies the College Option: Justice Core I (Justice and the Individual) area of the Gen Ed Program