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February 03, 2017

Posters on crime fiction

If you still have them please could you upload the posters you all did on different novels/representations of crime. To attach a file, click on the file picker icon (next to the tree icon!) and it will paste in a file when you publish your entry.

This is to help everyone with revision!

Thanks

Sarah


January 09, 2017

Friday group reading on fiction (sources)

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/students/modules/hi398/timetable/seminar12-copy/

For this week please read a crime novel/play/poem/short story. There are some indicative suggestions on the seminar page: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/students/modules/hi398/timetable/seminar12-copy/

However, feel free to choose your own piece.

Could you post the title of what you have chosen onto the blog.

For the seminar you need to create a one page poster (in Word, Powerpoint, Publisher or another package) to sum up your chosen text and what it tells us about aspects of crime and punishment.

For some examples of posters see here: http://www.inspireslearning.com/journal/fit-stick-spread-and-grow-improving-the-organisational-learning-and-design-loop/examples-and-design-ideas-for-academic-posters/

Remember also to bring your practice gobbet answer.

Sarah


December 02, 2016

Fiction (Friday group)

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/students/modules/hi398/timetable/representations

Dear All,

Please could you read the following:

Dan - Trodd

Ella - Shpayer-Makiv

Anna S - Rodensky

Robin - Pykett

Anna B - Priestman

Kieran - Morrison & Roberts

Helen - Mangham

Victoria - Wynne

Lewis - Worthington

Alice - Godfrey

Ellie - Cook

Rachel - Miller & Oakley

James - Ascari


November 04, 2016

Thursday Group – week 7

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/students/modules/hi398/timetable/seminar12-copy/

For this week please read a crime novel/play/poem/short story or look at crime in the press or periodicals. There are some indicative suggestions on the seminar page: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/students/modules/hi398/timetable/seminar12-copy/

However, feel free to choose your own piece.

Could you post the title of what you have chosen onto the blog.

For the seminar you need to create a one page poster (in Word, Powerpoint, Publisher or another package) to sum up your chosen text and what it tells us about aspects of crime and punishment.

For some examples of posters see here: http://www.inspireslearning.com/journal/fit-stick-spread-and-grow-improving-the-organisational-learning-and-design-loop/examples-and-design-ideas-for-academic-posters/

Sarah


October 27, 2016

Thursday group reading on representations

Please could you read the following:

James - Ascari

Yetunde - Carter Wood

Zoe - Chapman/Hilton

Izzy - Emsley

Amie - Godfrey

Louisa - one or more of the King articles

Abi - Mangham

Aksana - McDonagh

Aleemat - Pittard

Oliver R-J - Shpayer-Makiv

Mikka - Knight

Charlotte - one of the Pykett texts

Blessing - Worthington

Oliver B - Trodd


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