Hope, Illusion, and Imagination: the Politics of Parole and Reentry in the Era of Mass Incarceration – Lecture by Dr. Kathy Boudin (4pm on 3/4/13)

Monday, March 4, 2013 | 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Greenberg Lounge of Vanderbilt Hall
New York University
40 Washington Square South New York, NY 10012


The Nineteenth Annual Rose Sheinberg Scholar-in-Residence Lecture this year will be presented by Kathy Boudin. Her lecture is titled, “Hope, Illusion, and Imagination: the Politics of Parole and Reentry in the Era of Mass Incarceration.” Dr. Boudin is the Director of the Criminal Justice Initiative: Supporting Children, Families, and Communities based at the Columbia University School of Social Work. Kathy Boudin has been dedicated to community involvement in social change since the 1960’s. She works for transformation of the criminal justice system through education, activism, and research and has published widely in the areas of education, parenting, women, health, and restorative justice.

To RSVP: http://its.law.nyu.edu/rsvp/events/20130304/


Lunch with Kathy Boudin, Rose Sheinberg Scholar-in-Residence Please come to an informal discussion with this year’s Sheinberg Lecturer, Kathy Boudin, at lunch on Monday, March 4, 2013 at 12:15-1:45pm in Vanderbilt Hall 208. Space is limited to the first 25 respondents.
Please RSVP to leila.kang@nyu.edu, and include any dietary restrictions.

The Rose Sheinberg Scholar-in-Residence Program invites a scholar working on cutting-edge issues of gender, race, and class to participate in a day of informal discussion, classroom teaching and formal lecture in order to expose the Law School community to a variety of ideas, insights, and initiatives.

The Program is endowed by Jill and Richard Sheinberg, Dale J. and Arthur Galston, and the estate of Joel Dolkart to honor the memory of Rose Sheinberg (’50).


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