Mass Incarceration Research Lab

CSC 33312

This research lab will employ an interdisciplinary approach to research on a range of issues related to mass incarceration. Collaborating with faculty, scholars, activists, practitioners, those impacted by systems of incarceration, and other classmates, students will develop, refine, and implement a research project that contributes to the overall body of scholarship on incarceration. Students will be able to design projects (exploring moral, normative, and/or empirical etc. dimensions of incarceration) that connect their own academic and intellectual interests to emerging research questions at the Center for Social Concerns. This research lab is open to students in all disciplines.

Class Dates: Wednesdays from 6:00-8:00 p.m. from October 25 – December 6
Instructor: Samuel Sokolsky-Tifft
Credits: 1
Associated Term: Fall 2023