Sections: Royal Murder Mystery (Fall 2019 HIST-190-A)

HISTORY 190-A Royal Murder Mystery
Acting as detectives, students will examine historical evidence, comb through contemporary documents, and question literature and historical interpretations to construct solutions to the mysterious disappearance of two boys - one a prince, the other an uncrowned king of England - who disappeared in 1483. The man accused of their mysterious murder was none other than their uncle, the man who took the throne as Richard III. However, no one has been able to prove that Richard actually murdered his two nephews. This course will attempt to unravel this royal murder mystery and put potential culprits on trial. (COLLABLDR, HISTCRL)

Section Name: HIST-190-A
Departments: HISTORY
Academic Level: Undergraduate
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Credits: 4
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