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Annotated Further Readings: The Positivist School of Criminology
Becker, P., & Wetzell, R. F. (Eds.). (2006). Criminals and their scientists: The history of criminology in international perspective . New York: Cambridge University Press. Comprehensive international history of criminology from the 19th to the mid-20th century. Contains several essays on the German and international reception of Lombroso as well the further development of criminology in the 20th century that allow the reader to place Aschaffenburg in a broader context. Busse, F. (1991). Gustav Aschaffenburg (1866–1944): Leben und Werk . Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany. A biographical dissertation on Aschaffenburg that provides a fair amount of detail about his life and work. Galassi, S. (2004). Kriminologie im deutschen kaiserreich: Geschichte einer gebrochenen Verwissenschaftlichung [Criminology in Imperial Germany: History of a partial scientization]. Stuttgart, Germany: Steiner. A history-of-science study of the development of criminology in Imperial Germany (1871–1918) that discusses Aschaffenburg as the most important exponent of a ...