Oral History Interview with Dr. James Farrington, a professor and eventual Department Chair of Criminal Justice/Administration of Justice between 1980-1998. The interview was conducted on June 21, 2018.
Farrington, James and Christ, Kathleen, "Salve Regina Oral History Project: James Farrington [audio]" (2018). Salve Regina Oral History. 16.
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Dr. James Farrington was once a professor and later also served as Department Chair of the Criminal Justice turned Administration of Justice Department from 1980-1998. This interview includes discussion about his years previous to Salve in which he worked under J. Edgar Hoover in the Federal Bureau of Investigation, how he ended up here, and his experiences as he adjusted to being a college professor. Additionally, he shares sentiments about his colleagues and the administration, his job, and the role Salve has played in his life.