Criminal Anthropological Articles of Cesare Lombroso: Published in English Language Periodical Literature During the Late 19th and Early 20th Centurie

Criminal Anthropological Articles of Cesare Lombroso: Published in English Language Periodical Literature During the Late 19th and Early 20th Centurie

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Italian psychiatrist and criminal anthropologist Lombroso (d. 1909) is widely acknowledged as the founder of scientific criminology, but his reputation has suffered both because methods and especially standards of precision have outstripped his original work, and also because only readers of Italian had more than fragmentary and often anecdotal acc

Contents

Preface; Introduction; 1. Illustrative Studies in Criminal Anthropology: I. 'La Bete Humaine' and Criminal Anthropology; II. Criminal Anthropology and Psychiatry. Monist, vol. 1 (1890), pp177-196; 2. Illustrative Studies in Criminal Anthropology: III. The Physiognomy of the Anarchists. Monist, vol. 1 (1890), pp.336-343; 3. A Study of Mobs. Chatauquan, vol. 15 (1892), pp.314-316; 4. The Physical Insensibility of Woman. Fortnightly Review, vol. 57 (1892), pp. 354-357; 5. Characteristics of Recent Prominent Criminals, Literary Digest (New York), vol. 7 (1893), pp. 13-14; 6. Treatment of Prisoners. Literary Digest (New York), vol. 7 (1893), pp.31-32; 7. Atvaism and Evolution. Contemporary Review, vol. 68 (1895), pp. 42-49; 8. Criminal Anthropology: Its Origin and Application. Forum, vol. 20 (1895), pp.33-49; 9. Criminal Anthropology Applied to Pedagogy. Monist, vol. 6 (1895), pp. 55-59; 10. The Savage Origin of Tattooing. Popular Science Monthly, vol. 48 (1896), pp. 793-803; 11. Criminal Anthropology, Twentieth Century Practice: An Interna, vol. 12 (1897), pp.369-423; 12. The Heredity of Acquired Characteristics. Forum, vol. 2 (1897), pp.200-208; 13. Why Homicide Has Increased in the United States, North American Review, vol. 165 (1897), pp.641-648; vol. 166 (1898), pp.1-11; 14. Games Among Criminals and Savages. Humanitarian, vol. 13 (1898), pp.229-240; 15. Anarchistic Crimes and Their Causes. The Independent, vol. 50 (1898), pp. 1670-1674; 16. Regressive Phenomena in Evolution. Monist, vol. 8 (1898), pp. 377-383; 17. Insane Characters in Fiction and the Drama. Popular Science Monthly, vol. 55 (1899), pp. 53-62; 18. A Study of Luigi Luccheni (Assassin of the Empress of Austria). Popular Science Monthly, vol. 55 (1899), pp. 199-207; 19. The Bicycle and Crime. Pall Mall Magazine, vol. 20 (1900), pp. 310-316; 20. A Paradoxical Anarchist. Popular Science Monthly, Vol. 56 (1900), pp. 312-315; 21. Some Aspects of Crime. Humanitarian, vol. 19 (1901), pp. 316-319; 22. The Status of Anarchism To-Day in Europe and the United States. Everybody's Magazine, vol. 6 (1902), pp. 165-167; 23. Precocity in Crime. The Independent, vol. 54 (1902), pp. 2136-2138; 24. Why Criminals of Genius Have No Type. International Quarterly, vol. 6 (1902), pp. 229-240; 25. Left-Handedness and Left-Sidedness. North American Review, vol. 177 (1903), pp. 440-444; 26. Crime in Spain and its History. The Independent, vol. 67 (1909), pp. 1292-1294; 27. The Criminal. Putnam's Magazine, vol. 7 (1910), pp. 793-796; 28. Crime and Insanity in the Twenty-First Century. Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology, and Police Science, vol. 3 (1912), pp. 57-61; Appendices

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