Alice Ristroph on “An Intellectual History of Mass Incarceration”

Room 2027, Osgoode Hall Law School, Ignat Kaneff Building

"An Intellectual History of Mass Incarceration"

Alice Ristroph is a professor at Brooklyn Law School. She teaches and writes in criminal law and procedure, constitutional law, and political theory. Her recent work examines laws that regulate state violence, focusing especially on the law’s distribution of risks of physical harm. She has also been studying ways in which the law suppresses, tolerates, or even facilitates various forms of resistance to criminal justice institutions. Professor Ristroph received her J.D. and Ph.D. (political theory) from Harvard University.


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