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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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Great news. Both of my organized panels have been accepted to the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting. One panel is titled “Citizenship and alienation” and will be chaired by Cathy Cohen (Chicago). The other will be chaired by Arash Abizadeh (McGill) and is titled “Democracy’s internal and external borders.” I’ll be presenting the introduction to my dissertation and my democratic theory chapter (“Democracy’s internal borders”). September 3-6, 2015 in San Francisco, CA.

I’ve been invited to participate in a “conference within a conference” on abolition politics at the upcoming WPSA. My panel is on prisons. Looking forward to the conversation! April 2-4, Caesar’s Palace Hotel, Las Vegas. [Conference program available here.]

Short and Long-term Dissertation Research Grant recipients from the 2013-14 school year will be participating in an all-day conference sponsored by the Social Sciences Division later this month. The conference begins at 9 a.m. and my panel is from 1-2:30 p.m. Come check it out on Nov. 21 in Ida Noyes Hall. Poster available here; post on my research at the SSD’s Dialogo blog here.

My panel submission titled “Punishment and Political Conflict” was accepted to the annual conference of the American Political Science Association. The panel will be chaired by Naomi Murakawa (Princeton), and I’ll be presenting a draft chapter from my boarding school case study.

I’ll be in New York City next month (March 14-15) for NSSR’s Fourth Annual Radical Democracy Conference [poster here, agenda here]. The keynote speaker will be Drucilla Cornell (Rutgers), and panels are composed of graduate students from around the world studying contemporary democratic theory.  The tentative title of the panel on which I’ll be presenting is “Radical Democratic Practice” — I couldn’t ask for a better audience for my Walpole case study.

This will be my first year presenting at the Social Science History Association’s annual conference, Nov. 21-24. I’m on an amazing panel titled “Taking the ‘Crime’ Out of Criminal Justice: Non-Criminal Aspects of Arrest and Incarceration in the United States.”