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Murder 101 : essays on the teaching of detective fiction /
edited by Edward J. Rielly.
imprint
Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., c2009.
description
viii, 248 p. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
9780786436576 (softcover : alk. paper)
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imprint
Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., c2009.
isbn
9780786436576 (softcover : alk. paper)
catalogue key
6787801
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Main Description
This collection of essays examines how college professors teach the genre of detective fiction and provides insight into how the reader may apply such strategies to his or her own courses. Multi-disciplinary in scope, the essays cover teaching in the areas of literature, law, history, sociology, anthropology, architecture, gender studies, cultural studies, and literary theory. Also included are sample syllabi, writing assignments, questions for further discussion, reading lists, and further aids for course instruction.
Main Description
This collection of essays examines how college professors teach the genre of detective fiction and provides insight into how the reader may apply such strategies to his or her own courses.Multi-disciplinary in scope, the essays cover teaching in the areas of literature, law, history, sociology, anthropology, architecture, gender studies, cultural studies, and literary theory. Also included are sample syllabi, writing assignments, questions for further discussion, reading lists, and further aids for course instruction.
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"This collection examines how college professors teach the genre of detective fiction and provides insight into how the reader may apply such strategies to his own courses. The essays cover teaching this type of work in such areas as literature, law, history, and literary theory. Also included are sample syllabi, reading lists, and further aids for course instruction"--Provided by publisher.
Main Description
This collection of essays examines how college professors teach the genre of detective fiction and, in doing so, provides insight into how the reader may apply such strategies to his or her own courses. Multi-disciplinary in scope, the essays cover teaching this type of work in the areas of literature, law, history, sociology, anthropology, architecture, gender studies, cultural studies, and literary theory. Also included are sample syllabi, writing assignments, questions for further discussion, reading lists, and further aids for course instruction.
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This collection examines how college professors teach the genre of detective fiction and provides insight into how the reader may apply such strategies to his own courses. The essays cover teaching this type of work in such areas as literature, law history, and literary theory.

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