Archives for category: Conferences

I’ll be presenting a new article on punishment and populism on a panel at the annual meeting of the Association for Political Theory this fall. “Violent Sovereignty,” 4:30-6:30 pm, October 20, at Haverford and Bryn Mawr.

 

I’ll be presenting a chapter from my book manuscript this summer at the annual meeting of the Law & Society Association. June 7-10, Toronto, Canada. [The panel, “Historicizing Punishment,” will start at 10am on the 10th.]

 

I will present a draft chapter from my book manuscript at the 2018 annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Law, Culture & the Humanities. Mar. 16-17 at Georgetown Law School. [Draft of the conference program is available here.]

I’ll be presenting a chapter tentatively titled “Custody, Community Control, and Participatory Democracy” on a panel at the annual conference of the Western Political Science Association this spring. March 29-31, San Francisco. [Panel information is available here.]

Ahead of APSA next week, I’ll be attending an all-day workshop on the Youth and Participatory Politics Survey Project. Aug. 30, San Francisco.

In the fall, I’ll be a part of a panel titled “Fashioned Subjects: Vulnerability in Prevailing Ideas and Ideologies” at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. Thanks to Anna Daily (Colorado) for assembling an excellent group of panelists and for inviting me to chair. Aug. 31 – Sep. 3, San Francisco.

I’ll be presenting a paper at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Law, Culture, and the Humanities at the end of March. This will be my first time attending; I’m looking forward to sharing my work on juvenile justice with a new audience. Mar. 31 – Apr. 1 at Stanford Law School.  [Program available here.]

I’ll be presenting a new chapter of my book manuscript on a panel at the Western Political Science Association annual conference in the spring. April 13-15 in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

My paper on juvenile justice has been accepted to the Association for Political Theory (APT) annual conference. This will be my first time attending APT, and I’m looking forward to the conversation and community. October 20-22 at Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio.

Corentin Durand (ENS, EHESS) and I have organized a panel titled “Law Behind Bars: Dynamics of Social Change in Prison” for the Law and Society Association Annual Meeting. We have an excellent group of panelists, and Jonathan Simon (Berkeley Law) will chair. I’ll be presenting a paper based on my St. Elizabeths research. New Orleans, June 2-5. [Preliminary program]

 

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