Criminal Justice-coas | History of Criminal Justice in U.S.
P639 | 1572 | Dwyer
Examination of the development of the American criminal justice system, with
particular attention to courts, prisons, and the police. Examines how
definitions of deviance and criminality have changed over time and the ways
class, gender and race have shaped law and justice.
Class Meeting: One 150-minute seminar (M, 4:00-6:30P, SY 137)
Enrollment in this course is limited to graduate students
Instructor: Professor Ellen Dwyer, Criminal Justice Department