Theorizing the Modern Criminal System

This conference will bring together legal scholars and social scientists in an effort to advance the interdisciplinary understanding of the nature of the modern criminal justice process.

Friday, April 5, 2013
2:00 PM - 10:00 PM
D'Agostino Hall, Faculty Club

Saturday, April 6, 2013
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
D'Agostino Hall, Faculty Club

Access to this event is by invitation only.

Monica Cortez-Langham


Alexandra Natapoff, The Penal Pyramid: Linking Criminal Theory and Social Practice

Rachel E. Barkow, The Criminal Regulatory State

Mona Lynch, The Situated Actor and the Production of Punishment: Toward an Empirical Social Psychology of Criminal Procedure

Markus D. Dubber, American Penality Between Law and Police: Critical Analysis of Law and the New Police Science 

David Garland, Penality and the Penal State

Sharon Dolovich, The Criminal Justice System in Fact and (Legal) Fiction

Jonathan Simon, The Second Coming of Dignity

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