Spring 2007 Lecture Series

Spring 2007

CRIME:
Causes, Detection, Punishment, Fact, and Fiction

Spring 2007 Lecture Series
Date Speaker Lecture Title
January 15             MLK Day - No Classes  
January 29 Andrew Austin, Chair of Sociology, University of Wisconsin at Green Bay The Sociology of Crime and Punishment
February 5 Robert Glenn, Vice Provost Sherlock Holmes: The First CSI
February 12 Tammy Melton, Chemistry DNA and Crime Scene Evidence
February 19 Bill Shulman, Criminal Justice The Death Penalty: If at First We Don't Succeed . . .
February 26 Mark Byrnes, Liberal Arts Crime in Film
March 5 Spring Break - No Classes  
March 12 Pete McCluskey, English Detective Fiction
March 19 Hugh Berryman, Sociology and Anthropology Talking to the Dead: A Forensic Anthropologist's Perspective
March 26 James Tate, Psychology Causes of Crime
April 2 Gloria Hamilton, Psychology Crime: Intervention and Prevention--What Works
April 9 Josh Alexander, Honors graduate Crime and Punishment in 1940s Murfreesboro
April 16 Honors Students Honors Thesis Presentations
April 23 Honors Students Honors Thesis Presentations

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