Crime Pays: Villains & Sleuths in Fact & Fiction

   
Summary

Crime Pays: Villains & Sleuths in Fact & Fiction

Description

The Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center cracks open the vault doors and explores notorious figures from the wrong side of the law in CRIME PAYS - a Student Discovery Seminar. Review original material on FBI G-man Melvin Purvis as he was on the hunt for notorious bank robber John Dillinger; convicted assassin James Earl Ray; and a roster of heroes, villains and anti-heroes in fiction and non-fiction. Join author and BU Professor Dick Lehr, author of Whitey: The Life of America's Most Notorious Mob Boss, the new biography of Whitey Bulger, for a walk through the shadowy world of crime and criminality.

Starts

6:00pm on Thursday, March 21st 2013

End Time

8:00pm

Location

771 Comonwealth Ave, Fifth Floor HGARC Reading Room

Topics

Journalism

 
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