Schedule of Events

Monday April 13th
7:00 PM, Crossroads Cafe: Student Event: Punishing Bodies at Middlebury

Tuesday April 14th
7:00 PM, Gifford Lecture Hall: Film Screening of The Central Park Five

Wednesday April 15th
4:30 PM, RAJ Conference Room: David Karp presents “Restorative Justice: A Framework for Campus Settings” with Dean of Students/Associate Dean for Judicial Affairs and Student Life Karen Guttentag and  Commons Dean Natasha Chang

Friday April 17th PUNISHING BODIES:

9:00-9:30 AM, Axinn Winter Garden: Breakfast

9:45 AM, Axinn Abernethy Room: Introduction
Andi Lloyd, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dean of Faculty

10:00 AM-12:00 PM, Axinn Abernethy Room: Session 1

David Hernandez: “Women and Children Last: Family Detention as Punishment”

Gayle Salamon: “The Life and Death of Latisha King”

Laurence Ralph: “Wheelchair Politics: Disability and Violent Masculinities within a Gang”

Moderator: Alvin Henry

12:00-1:00 PM, Axinn Winter Garden: Lunch

1:00-3:00 PM, Hillcrest 103: Session 2

Jill McCorkel: “From Good Girls to ‘Real’ Criminals: Dissecting the Market Logic and Racial Politics of Incarcerating Women”

Rebecca Tiger: “Addiction, Surveillance and the Carceral State”

J. Finley:  “2 Bees from Oakland: Truthful Lies, Sincere Realities, and Freedom Dreams in Black Women’s Comedy”

Moderator: Anson Koch-Rein

3:00-3:30 PM, Hillcrest 103: Coffee Break

3:30-5:00 PM, Hillcrest 103: Session 3, Activist Responses to the Carceral State

Suzi Wizowaty:  “Criminal Justice Reform in Vermont: the changing landscape”

Judith Levine: “Why feminists must oppose the sex offender regime”

Moderator: Laurie Essig




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