Guilty, guilty, guilty! Towards a Feminist Criminology

Guilty, guilty, guilty! Towards a Feminist Criminology

Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien

[1] The trial of Marianne Bachmeier, 2nd November 1982, IMAGO / teutopress. [2] İpek Duben, LoveGame, 1998–2001. Installation. Courtesy İpek Duben / Banu and Hakan Çarmıklı Collection, Istanbul. [3] Roee Rosen, Explaining the Law to Kwame (film still), 2020. Video, 23 minutes. Courtesy Roee Rosen. (4) Dominique Hurth, Preparations for trials of Belsen criminals. B.U. 10363. The interior of Luneburg Town Gymnasium, now being converted into a Court of Justice., 2022. Watercolor on paper, 21 x 29.7 cm. Courtesy Dominique Hurth.

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