Session 74: CL2 -> Is There a Criminology Strong Enough to Confront U.S. Empire?: Part I-Global Issues (Sponsored by the Division of International Criminology)
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Wednesday, November 19
Place: Governors Square 15
Session Chair: Dennis Sullivan, Institute for Economic/Restorative Just.
The New World Empire as State-Corporate Crime
by: Raymond J. Michalowski, Northern Arizona University (Corresponding)
Understanding the Transboundary Crimes of Empire
by: Larry Tifft, Central Michigan University (Corresponding)
Global Criminology, Human Rights and Social Justice: A Recipe for Resisting Empire
by: Gregg Barak, Eastern Michigan University (Corresponding)
The Globalization of Peacemaking Criminology
by: Wayne Gillespie, East Tennessee State University (Corresponding)
Michael Braswell, East Tennessee State University
John T. Whitehead, East Tennessee State University
Challenging Empire: Toward a Criminology of Corporate State Harms
by: Ronald C. Kramer, Western Michigan University (Corresponding)
Global Paradigm Shifts: Implications for a Shift in Justice to a Restorative Justice Paradigm
by: Diane Schaefer, Eastern Illinois University (Corresponding)
What if David Never Fought Goliath?: Criminology, U.S. Empire, and the Failure of Academia
by: Jarret S. Lovell, California State University Fullerton (Corresponding)

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