Session 28: RM1 -> Historical Research on Informal and Formal Punishment
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: W-Boardroom
Session Chair: Martha A. Myers, University of Georgia
Opposing the Rod: Historical Benchmarks in the Movement to End the Corporal Punishment of Children
by: Ingrid Bennett, University at Albany (Corresponding)
Some of Us Were Brave!: The Role of the Federation of Colored Women in the Establishment of Institutions for Colored Children
by: Vernetta D. Young, Howard University (Corresponding)
Robert McClaughry and the Politics of the National Prison Association, 1885-1905
by: Frank Morn, Illinois State University (Corresponding)
About the Resistance of 19th Century Prisoners and the Understanding of Penitentiary Coercion
by: Jenneke Christiaens, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Corresponding)
Issues and Dilemmas in Historical Feminist Research
by: Alana Barton, University of Central Lancashire (Corresponding)
Ferdinand Linthoe Naeshagen, The National Police Academy

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