Jeannine Bell, University of Indiana Law School

Hate Thy Neighbor , Move in Violence and the Persistence of Racial Segregation in American Housing

Date: 
Wed, 04/09/2014
Location: 
TBA

Please join us for the fourth presentation in the "Thinking about Race on the 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act:  Looking Backwards, Forwards, and at the Present" lunch series.  Professor Jeannine Bell of the University of Indiana Law School will present, "Hate Thy Neighbor: Move in Violence and the Persistence of Racial Segregation in American Housing."

The series is open to Princeton faculty, fellows, and students. 

As lunch is provided, we require reservations.  Please RSVP to jrivkin@princeton.edu.

Professor Jeannine Bell is a Professor of Law and the Louis F. Neizer Faculty Fellow at Indiana University Maurer School of Law. A nationally recognized scholar in the area of policing and hate crime, Bell has written extensively on criminal justice issues. Her first book Policing Hatred: Law Enforcement, Civil Rights, and Hate Crime (New York University Press, 2002) is an ethnography of a police hate crime unit. Her newest book is Hate Thy Neighbor (NYU Press, 2013), which explores hate crime in integrating neighborhoods.  Bell has served a trustee of the Law and Society Association (LSA), treasurer of LSA and as a member of the American Political Association's Presidential Taskforce on Political Violence and Terrorism. She received her A.B. from Harvard University and both her J.D. and her Ph.D. in political science from the University of Michigan.

This event is cosponsored by the American Studies Program and the Center for African American Studies.