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December 26, 2007

This course is closed, but call DPIC for teaching this topic

As the absence of recent posts reveals, the course that was the focal point of this blog ended during the first part of 2007 and I have not had occassion to post anything new in this space for many months (even though I have lots and lots of capital coverage on my home blog).  Still, in part because this website keeps generating a bit of traffic, I am going to keep it active (and may still link here from my Sentencing Law and Policy blog because of the great resources my students helped me asemble in this space).

On the topic of great resources, folks at the Death Penalty Information Center sensibly suggested that I link over to its teaching project, known as Capital Punishment in Context, as I close up shop here.  Through links and other terrific resources, this DPIC project incorporates detailed teaching notes, sample syllabi, and a variety of supplementary materials to support instructors from multiple disciplines such as sociology, criminology, legal studies, literature, writing, statistics, and religion.  Anyone seriously interesting in any number of capital punishment topics should be sure to check out Capital Punishment in Context.

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Another great and inspiring post written by a great blogger..Thanks ;)

Posted by: Sabul Rumah Tumpangan | Mar 7, 2008 1:04:07 AM

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