The paper, that will be part of a panel for the next Renaissance Society of America meeting, should consider one of the following topics:
- History of the historiography on crime and criminal laws.
- Crime, Criminal Law, and the political power.
- The criminal environments.
- Unlawful violence.
- Prisons and prisoners.
- Criminal Law.
- Crimes in the art and in the literature.
- The “actors”: kings, princes, officials, criminals, painters, literati, and so on.
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University of Ferrara
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