AAAS 330: Mass Incarceration and Moral Vision
A critical examination of the social functions and theories of contemporary criminal justice in the United States. Special attention to the collateral social consequences of the “prison industrial complex,” paramilitary policing and the death penalty. Fosters moral interpretations that contribute to popular movements for positive change.
Prerequisites: An Earlham Seminar and an Interpretive Practices course. Also listed as REL 330 and PAGS 331. (Offered alternative years.)
To learn more about this course, contact James Logan at email@example.com.