The Crime and Punishment workshop draws together an interdisciplinary group of scholars-- from sociology, political science, psychology, philosophy, and law-- to discuss a range of topics related to crime, delinquency, social control, and the philosophy and politics of punishment. The workshop meets approximately once a month on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 (dinner will be served). Meetings will alternate in format, including a mixture of lectures by visiting faculty, presentations by internal faculty and graduate students, and discussions of “half-baked” research ideas.
The session on December 8 will feature Professor Keesha Middlemass, Rutgers University, to discuss “Collateral Consequences of Criminal Justice Involvement.”
If you would like to be included, e-mail Devah Pager at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also mention in your e-mail if you are interested in presenting preliminary or polished work during the semester.