JCLC Vol. 92 2002

JCLC Vol. 92 2002 The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology is a professional journal for legal scholars, criminologists, and social scientists published at the Northwestern University School of Law. It was founded in 1910 and has been in continuous publication at the Northwestern University School of Law since that time. Volume 92, Numbers 3 & 4 is a special issue devoted to articles and essays addressed to some aspect of the Chicago Historical Homicide Project. The overview article, Leigh B. Bienen and Brandon Rottinghaus, “Learning from the Past, Living in the Present: Understanding Homicide in Chicago, 1870-1930” describes the scope of the Chicago Historical Homicide Project and the data collection and analysis.
 
 

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Criminal Law Criminology