Experts Advisory: Expert on the O.J. Simpson case at the University at Albany
ALBANY, N.Y. (November 26, 2007) -- The O.J. Simpson case, including criminal justice and American popular culture/mass media, social history and issues of race/ethnicity and public perceptions, covered by University at Albany expert.
* O.J. Simpson Trial, the Sequel -- The former NFL running back will stand trial on kidnapping, armed robbery and other felony charges stemming from a purported attempt to recover his sports memorabilia. Criminal justice professor Frankie Bailey provides insight into public perceptions, media coverage and racial issues surrounding the case. Bailey's research focuses on criminal justice and American popular culture/mass media, as well as social history, including issues of race/ethnicity, class, and gender. She is the co-editor of Famous American Crimes and Trials (Praeger Publishers, 2004), the co-author of Law Never Here: A Social History of African American Responses to Issues of Crime and Justice (Praeger Publishers, 1999), and the co-author of Blood on her Hands (Wadsworth Publishing, 2004) about women who kill.
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