Fellows



Mary Gibson
IFK_SENIOR FELLOW


Duration of fellowship
01. October 2012 bis 31. January 2013

Mary Gibson

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Publications

Selected publications: Born to Crime: Cesare Lombroso and the Origins of Biological Criminology, Westport 2002; Prostitution and the State in Italy, 1860–1915, Ohio 1986.

10
December
2012
  • Lecture
IFK
Mary Gibson

When Rome became the capital of Italy in 1870, it inherited a disparate system of prisons located in ancient Roman baths, medieval monasteries, early modern workhouses, and aristocratic villas. Mary Gibson will map the geography of Roman prisons and analyze the evolution of policies of punishment towards men, women, and children during the fifty years after unification.

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