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Justice and Multiculturalism Spring Symposium

The School of Criminal Justice’s project Justice & Multiculturalism in the 21st Century aims to engage the University at Albany community on issues of social justice and criminal justice. Activities include a film series, speaker series, faculty speakers bureau, pilot mentoring for local high school students, and a writing competition for undergraduates. This year’s Spring Symposium takes place on April 25 and 26 with the theme Explorations in Justice: Gender, Sexuality, and Violence. The keynote speaker is Dr. Joanne Belknap, professor of sociology at the University of Colorado and President Elect, of the American Society of Criminology. Check out her publications at the University Libraries!

The invisible woman: Gender, crime, and justice. Joanne Belknap. Australia; USA; Belmont, CA: Thomson/Wadsworth, c2007.
Dewey Library HV 9950 B45 2007

A longitudinal study of battered women in the System [electronic resource]: The victims' and decision-makers' perceptions: submitted to the National Institute of Justice, research and evaluation on violence against women: final report. Principal investigator, Joanne Belknap ; co-principal investigator, Cris M. Sullivan. [Washington, D.C.: National Institute of Justice, 2002]
Online / GovDoc: J 85 J 28.2:B 32/2

If you have any questions about the Spring Symposium, please contact the Justice and Multiculturalism project by phone at 442-5212 or email.

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