Cultivating Rage in the U.S. Inner City: An Anthropological Perspective on Incarceration and 'Welfare Reform'
The Dean's Seminar Series on
A Public Health Lens on its Prevention and Consequences
Many of the factors in people's lives that create vulnerability to imprisonment are also key public health issues: early child development; environmental, socio-economic, mental and physical health; homelessness; drug abuse; violence; and others. Our school has committed to leading innovative analysis to understand this complex web of causes in new ways and to identify more effective approaches to prevention along these pathways.
This series will bring to the Mailman campus a diverse group of scholars, clinicians, criminal justice officials, and policy advocateseach of whom provides a unique perspective on incarceration as a significant social and public heath phenomenon, including its history, conceptual foundations, relationship to crime, and consequences for public health.
A light lunch will be served at each of the seminars in the series. Kindly RSVP to Chelsea Davis.