Criminal Justice Working Group - Graduate Student Presentations
Department:Program in Law and Public Affairs
Audience:Open to the Public
- Grace Howard, Political Science, Rutgers University
Regulating the Uterine Environment: The Criminalization of Pregnancy in the United States
- Mary C. Imparato, Political Science, Rutgers University
Unsettling Liberties: Redrawing the Boundaries of Sex Crime in a Culture of Control
- Heath Pearson, Anthropology, Princeton University
The Carceral Occupation: Living & Laboring in a NJ Prison Town
General information: The Program in Law and Public Affairs (LAPA) at Princeton University and the Criminal Justice Program at Rutgers-New Brunswick sponsor a joint initiative known as the Criminal Justice Working Group. The project is designed to bring together faculty and students from both institutions to share work-in-progress, new ideas, and recent papers. Group participants may also invite scholars from other universities as presenters and commentators.
The location alternates between Rutgers and Princeton. Each meeting includes a light dinner, a short presentation based upon a paper circulated in advance, and significant time for discussion. RSVPs are requested. To indicate your interest in attending a specific session, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.