Session 166: IT3 -> THEMATIC SESSION: The State of Criminological Theory
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Thursday, November 20
Place: Governors Square 16
Session Chair: Thomas Gilly, ERCES France Paris
On Historical Criminology: Criminology and Criminal Justice Between Modern and Late-Modern Culture [Theme ID: TP]
by: Thomas Gilly, ERCES France Paris (Corresponding)
Perceptions of the Current State of Criminological Theory [Theme ID: TP]
by: Randy Martin, Indiana University of Pennsylvania (Corresponding)
Jamie S. Martin, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Thoughts on Criminological Theory and Practice [Theme ID: TP]
by: Ronald L. Akers, University of Florida (Corresponding)
Turning Points in Criminological Careers [Theme ID: TP]
by: Sarah Flood, University of Minnesota (Corresponding)
Joachim Savelsberg, University of Minnesota
Rethinking Criminological Tradition: Cesare Lombroso and the Origins of Criminology [Theme ID: TP]
by: Nicole Rafter, Northeastern University (Corresponding)

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