Session 591: RS377 -> Police Records of Homicide in Chicago 1870-1930: Power, Poverty, and Politics
Time: Noon to 1:30 PM on Saturday, November 16
Place: Clark 7
Session Chair: Roland Chilton, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Organized Crime in the Historical Data Set and Research Done for the 1919 Ilinois Crime Survey
by: Leigh B. Bienen, Northwestern University School of Law (Corresponding)
Poverty, Paranoia, and the Characteristics of Chicago Homicide Offenders: 1870-1930
by: Roland Chilton, University of Massachusetts, Amherst (Corresponding)
Sentencing Disparities, Elections and the Historical Homicide Data Set
by: Richard Brooks, Northwestern University School of Law (Corresponding)
Studying Domestic Violence Through Homicide Research Records 1910-1930
by: Cynthia Grant Bowman, Northwestern University School of Law (Corresponding)

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