Session 24: GL1 -> Roundtable: GL Table Session 1
Time: 8:15AM to 9:45 AM on Wednesday, November 17
Place: Concert Hall
Session Chair: [To Be Assigned]
French and German Criminology and Criminal Justice. The History of an Antagonism and Its Development in Glogalized Sciences Communication
by: Thomas Gilly, CEP France Paris (Corresponding)
Crime and Social Change: The Case of the Republic of Ireland
by: Ciaran McCullagh, University of County Cork (Corresponding)
Recent Developments in Crime and Criminal Justice in Russia: Research Issues From the Perspective of American and Russian Scholars
by: Frank Morn, Illinois State University (Corresponding)
Vladimir Sergevenin, Vladimir Jurisdical Institute
Globalization of Criminological Knowledge? Or Hegemony of Criminological Failures?
by: Gordon West, Imaging Transformation International (Corresponding)
Should There be an International Criminal Tribunal for the Prosecution of Crimes of State-Sponsored Violence in Latin America?
by: Steve Deaton, Florida State University (Corresponding)

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