Crime and music

A talk by Dina Siegel, Frank Bovenkerk, Dr. Jeffrey McIllwain and Rene van Swaaningen
Utrecht University / CIROC, Willem Pompe Institute, Utrecht University, San Diego State University and

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The book (and the panel) explores the relationship between (organized) crime and music in its various forms and expressions. It includes a range of topics: from jazz and mob in Chicago, to narcocorridos in Mexico, to child trafficking in Medieval Italy, to the role of music in Serbian organized crime activities, and more.

Dina Siegel

Professor of Criminology at Utrecht University

Frank Bovenkerk

Retired professor of criminology at Willem Pompe Institute, Utrecht University. Research focus: organized crime, ethnicity and crime and racial discrimination.

Dr. Jeffrey McIllwain

Associate Professor of Criminal Justice and Public Administration, San Diego State University & Fellow and Adjunct Faculty, Irregular Warfare Program, Joint Special Operations University, US Special Operations Command

Rene van Swaaningen

Full professor Erasmus School of Law Criminology


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