Session 74: DP1 -> DIVISION FEATURED PANEL: To Divide is to Multiply: Celebrating the Diversity of the ASC Divisions
Time: 12:30PM to 2:00 PM on Wednesday, November 17
Place: Conv Ctr 206
Session Chair: Julie Horney, University at Albany
(Co-Sponsored by the 20th Anniversary Committee of the Division on Women and Crime, Division of International Criminology, Division on Corrections and Sentencing, Division of Critical Criminology, and Division on People of Color and Crime)
This is a Man's World ... or Least That's How it Looks in the Journals
by: Susan F. Sharp, University of Oklahoma (Corresponding)
Kristen Hefley, University of Oklahoma
Criminology as if Race, Gender and Class Mattered: Implications for the Society and the Field
by: Meda Chesney-Lind, University of Hawaii at Manoa (Corresponding)
Making Time and Space for Time and Space: Contextualized Criminology for the 21st Century
by: Rosemary Barberet, Universidad Carlos III (Corresponding)
Primary Colors and Then Some
by: Vernetta D. Young, Howard University (Corresponding)
Corrections and Sentencing: A Focus on Future Benefit to its Members
by: Gaylene S. Armstrong, Arizona State University - West (Corresponding)

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