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Participating Courses: Preliminary List

Mass Incarceration Dialogue banner imageFall 2015

ANTH 130. Introduction to Cultural Anthropology. (Renteria-Valenica or Amason) Includes unit on theorizing race and social inequality, including prison issues.

Art 103, Art Appreciation.  Avitts. (Unit on art and incarceration)

EFC 320. Multicultural Education, (Hollar. Flores) Blending concepts of multicultural education with classroom management dispositions and practices to ensure pre-service teachers understand issues like disproportionality in discipline and the school-to-prison pipeline.

 EFC 350. Classroom Management (Flores) Unit on the school to prison pipeline.

LAJ 401: Ethics, Diversity and Conflict in Criminal Justice  (Reasons)


LAJ 420: Community and Social Justice (Reasons)

PHIL 347: Philosophy of Law (Altman)  Unit on punishment theory and mass incarceration.

Winter 2016

ANTH 130. Introduction to Cultural Anthropology. (Renteria-Valenica or Amason) Includes unit on theorizing race and social inequality, including prison issues.

ANTH 361. Museum Exhibition Design and Public Programs. (Auslander). Service Learning Project: Students partner  with the American Art course and with the with families of the imprisoned and of  detained immigrants to develop art and exhibition materials.)

ART 103, Art Appreciation.  Avitts. (Unit on art and incarceration)

ART 420. American Art.  Students will collaborate with the Museum Exhibition Design (Anth 361) class to produce a virtual exhibition on the theme of incarceration.

EFC 320. Multicultural Education (Hollar, Flores) (Blending concepts of multicultural education with classroom management dispositions and practices to ensure pre-service teachers understand issues like disproportionality in discipline and the school-to-prison pipeline.)

LAJ 401: Ethics, Diversity and Conflict in Criminal Justice  (Reasons - Fall, Winter, Spring)

LAJ 525: Race, Class, Gender and the Administration of Justice (Reasons)

Spring 2016

ANTH 130. Introduction to Cultural Anthropology. (Renteria-Valenica or Amason) Includes unit on theorizing race and social inequality, including prison issues.

ANTH 356.  Gender in Cross Cultural Perspective. (Auslander) Service Learning Project: Students partner with women who have been involved in the correctional or immigration detention system to develop art and exhibition materials.

EFC 320. Multicultural Education (Hollar, Flores) (Blending concepts of multicultural education with classroom management dispositions and practices to ensure pre-service teachers understand issues like disproportionality in discipline and the school-to-prison pipeline.)

 

LAJ 401: Ethics, Diversity and Conflict in Criminal Justice  (Reasons)

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