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Friday, February 21 • 9:30am - 11:00am
Trial, Judgement and Punishment Through History

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Suppose you are a peasant in the Middle Ages. You are in court facing criminal charge. You say you're a victim of circumstance but, in truth you are as guilty as a puppy standing next to a pile of poo. How worried should you be? What sort of horrific, mangling, disfiguring punishment is coming your way? Well..it isn't pretty. Even determining your guilt can be the stuff of nightmares. But all hope is not lost. As in any era, if you know the system you may have a chance of getting away at least mostly intact. This class is an unflinching look at crime, judgement, and punishment throughout history, and what it really meant to "get medieval on your ***".

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Rocas Doran

Hi There! What can I say about myself? I am an elder goth, an atheist, an anthropologist by education, a science teacher, and a writer. Get me talking about something I love and I'll never shut up!


Friday February 21, 2020 9:30am - 11:00am
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