Saturday, November 13 / 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Session 218
Crime, Justice and Historical Criminology

Chair: Bonnie Ernst, University of Florida

1. Civil Asset Forfeiture and the Production of Tenuous Notions in CourtsAndrea Beltran-Lizarazo, Boston University.

2. "Come from the Country and Succumbed to the Lure of the City"?: Maori and Pakeha Female Incarceration in New Zealand, 1870-1945.Kris Inwood, University of Guelph; Evan Roberts, University of Minnesota.

3. Time, Temporal Units and Historical Thinking: Developing Historical Explanations of Crime and Criminal Justice in the PresentHenry Yeomans, University of Leeds; David Churchill, University of Leeds; Iain Channing, University of Plymouth.

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