MAKING TIME: Discipline and Religion in America’s Prisons

  • When: April 10, 2015 3:30 pm - 6:30 pm
  • Where: JUROW LECTURE HALL, Silver Center, 100 Washington Square East
  • Summary: A public conversation about making, rather than doing, time and the critical and often misunderstood role religion plays in geographies of confinement and discipline, as well as in the everyday practices of incarcerated people.
  • Details:

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    A public conversation about making, rather than doing, time and the critical and often misunderstood role religion plays in geographies of confinement and discipline, as well as in the everyday practices of incarcerated people.

    Presenters: Hakim ‘Ali (Reconstruction, Inc.), Tanya Erzen (University of Puget Sound), Robin McGinty (CUNY), and Angela Zito (NYU).

    Moderator: Laura McTighe (Columbia University).

    You can read the participants’ bios here.

    The event Facebook page is here.

    CO-SPONSORS: DEAN’S OFFICE, NYU COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE; THE RELIGIOUS STUDIES PROGRAM

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