Chris McCormick, Criminology mccormic@stu.ca ... or crimprof or drchris

2022/23, on sabbatical...

Courses: 1013Intro  1023Justice  2253Historical   2463Cultural  3563Visual  2013Theory1   3013Theory2  2103Qual1  3103Qual2   3263Media   3403Discourse  3503Wrongful  3703Toxic In/Justice

The hybrid format is interactive and indepth. Course materials include video ppts, study guides, and engagement exercises. Courses blend face-to-face interaction, with online asynchronous activity. Using the text, guided reading and video exercises are posted, timeshifting class into a more flexible reality
Orientation video 14mins
PROPOSAL video
15 mins 
PROJECT video ~10mins

 
Photo:  we are at the bridge... in the fog,
in the distance, lies where we are heading ... we do not know what, but we are open to adventure...

"Teaching is more difficult than learning because what teaching calls for is this: to let learn. The real teacher, in fact, lets nothing else be learned than learning. His conduct, therefore, often produces the impression that we properly learn nothing from him, if by "learning" we now suddenly understand merely the procurement of useful information." What is Called Thinking, 1968, Heidegger

Photo left: Buss & Russ at the river... in the moment
 bridge
Course Resource Groups: Visual and Cultural Criminology   Wrongful Convictions Research   History, Crime and Society   Society and Spectacle
COURSE TEXTS:  INTRO      THEORY     HISTORY     DANGER     CORPORATE     WRONGFUL