The course deals with the relationship between Law and Literature with a specific focus on the passages from the following works: Bleak House (Dickens); The Trial (Kafka); Alice in Wonderland (Carroll); Othello (Shakespeare); Pinocchio (Collodi).
Part I Perspectives on the History and Signifiance of the Scholarship in Law and Humanities: Three Views
A Humanities of Resistance. Fragments for a Legal History of Humanity Three Tales of Two Texts. An Introduction to Law and the Humanities Law, Culture, and Humilty
Part II Ideas of Justice
Biblical Justice: The Passione of the God of Justice Ideas of Justice: Natural and Human Ideas of Justice: Positive Postmodern Justice
Part III Imagining the Law
Imagining the Law: The Novel Imagining Law as Film (Representation without Reference?) Law and Television: Screen Phenomena and Captive Audiences Imaging the Law: Art