“Negotiating Citizenship: The Politics of Punishment in the United States”
African American History Month Lecture
Free and open to the public. For directions and map: www.ccsu.edu/visit
Dr. Khalilah Brown-Dean, Professor of Political Science and Philosophy, Quinnipiac University
Professor Brown–Dean specializes in American Politics, mass political behavior, criminal justice, and political psychology. She has published work on issues such as voting rights, perceptions of bias in the criminal justice system, civic engagement, and the political consequences of crime control policies. Professor Brown–Dean has served as a political analyst, advisor, and commentator for CNN, PBS, NPR, The Wall Street Journal, Crisis Magazine, Democracy Works, The Sentencing Project, Connecticut Public Television, and several governmental agencies, community organizations, and international media outlets. She provides expert testimony on issues related to voting rights and the criminal justice system. Brown–Dean is a Faculty Affiliate of The Ohio Criminal Justice Research Center and a former Fellow of the Ralph Bunche Summer Institute. She has guest lectured at leading universities including Oxford University in England.
For more information contact Professor Walton Brown-Foster, Department of Political Science.
Walton Brown Foster, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Political Science, African American Studies and International Studies, firstname.lastname@example.org, 860-832-2961
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