Annual Meeting of the Justice Studies Association
Northern Arizona University
June 6-8 2018
What is sanctuary in an age of immigration restriction?
What do we do when sanctuary and the law collide?
What does sanctuary look like to indigenous peoples?
Can justice provide sanctuary?
What is the intersection of sanctuary & environmental justice?
What is the relationship between justice and action?
What role does justice play in the provision of sanctuary?
What are community efforts at building sanctuary for oppressed people?
During the conference we will explore various aspects of these concerns, as we collaborate, share, and teach one another. JSA embraces inclusivity and welcomes presentations from teachers, activists, professionals, and community members on justice, teaching strategies, research findings, personal experiences, and artistic expressions. The organization remains oriented around aspects of criminal, restorative, and transformative justice.
JSA ALSO CONTINUES TO WELCOME PRESENTATIONS ON:
– Recent developments in restorative and transformative justice
-Theoretical and empirical understandings of crime, justice, and law
– State and corporate crime
– Prisoner rights and mass incarceration
– Social inequality across various social institutions
You may submit a paper abstract or propose an entire panel session. JSA encourages your creative modes of presentation, including but not limited to video, photography and interactive sessions.
Please send your presentation or session information with a 200 word (maximum) abstract electronically to the program committee:
by March 1, 2018
All submissions must include your name, affiliation, and contact information on the abstract page.