Daria Roithmayr to Speak at Harvard Law (Monday)
Posted by The Situationist Staff on April 1, 2012
As the final SALMS talk of this academic year, Daria Roithmayr will deliver her talk, “The Evolution of Legal Punishment” on Monday, 4/2, 12 p.m., Wass. 1023 (Chinese food served).
Professor Daria Roithmayr (USC Law) teaches and writes in the area of critical race theory and comparative law, focusing on the area of structural racial inequality in the U.S. and South Africa. Her interdisciplinary work draws from complex systems theory, antitrust, law and economics, sociology, history and a range of other areas.
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- The Situation of Criminal Blaming
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- Intuitions of Punishment?
- Attributing Blame — from the Baseball Diamond to the War on Terror
- The Situation of Punishment (and Forgiveness)
- The Situation of Punishment
- Why We Punish.
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