Incarceration Courses

Faculty fellows and affiliates of the ISS’ Mass Incarceration project teach a broad range of courses containing content related to incarceration issues.

Courses Taught by ISS Faculty Fellows (2015-2018)

Confinement! (PAM 2080): Christopher Wildeman – Spring 2016, Spring 2017

Controversies About Inequality (SOC 2220): Anna Haskins – Fall 2015, Fall 2016

Dazed and Confused: The Politics of Drug and Alcohol in US History (AMST/HIST 2423): Julilly Kohler-Hausmann – Spring 2017

The History of the U.S. Prison (AMST 2422): Julilly Kohler-Hausmann – Spring 2016

Mass Incarceration and Family Life (SOC 3850): Anna Haskins – Spring 2016

Orange is the New Black (PAM 3610): Christopher Wildeman– Fall 2015, Fall 2016, Fall 2017

The United States in the 1960s and 1970s (AMST 2682/HIST 2680): Julilly Kohler-Hausmann – Spring 2017

Courses Taught by Cornell Faculty (2015-2018)

Behind Bars: Mass Incarceration and the Carceral State: Mary Fainsod Katzenstein, Joseph Margulies – Summer 2016, Week 2: July 10-16

The Death Penalty in America (Law 4051): John Blume and Sheri Johnson– Spring 2016

Drugs & Society (SOC 2460): Douglas Heckathorn – Spring 2016

History of Law: Great Trials (HIST 1600): Holly Case and Claudia Verhoeven – Spring 2016

Incarceration, Policy Response, and Self-Reflection (GOVT3142/AMST3142): Mary Katzenstein – Spring 2016

Prisons (AMST 3141/GOVT 3141): Mary Katzenstein – Summer 2015, Winter 2016

Ten Great American Trials: Glenn Altschuler, Faust F. Rossi – Summer 2016, Week 4: July 24-30, 2016
 
 
 
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