Winter Law School - Crimen Exceptum: The English Witch Prosecution in Context (LAW72016)
14 - 17 July 2019, Gold Coast Campus
9am - 1pm
Delivered by intensive classes in Week 2 of Session 2.
The study of the criminalisation and prosecution of witchcraft in England during the sixteenth, seventeenth, and early eighteenth centuries will extend students’ knowledge to a historical discipline, giving a strategic balance of past and present concepts in the global sphere of law and an extensive spectrum of expertise.
Delivered by: Dr Gregory Durston
Dr Gregory Durston studied history for his first degree before turning to the law. He qualified and worked as a barrister and has taught at law schools in England and Japan. He was, for many years, Reader in law at Kingston University. He is the author of numerous books and articles, most of them on criminal justice history and the English law of evidence.
Unit details: www.scu.edu.au/study-at-scu/units/law72016/2019
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