Session 494: PD21 -> PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: Workshop on Teaching Race, Class, and Gender in Criminal Justice Education: Addressing Difference in the Classroom
Time: 5:00PM to 6:30 PM on Friday, November 19
Place: Conv Ctr 201
Session Chair: Amanda K. Burgess-Proctor, Michigan State University
Co-Sponsored by the Division on People of Color and Crime, 20th Anniversary Committee of the Division on Women and Crime, Division of Corrections and Sentencing, Division of Critical Criminology, and Division on International Criminology
Gender, Race, and Class: Teaching About Meaningful Differences
by: Sharon Redhawk Love, Penn State University - Altoona (Corresponding)
Teaching Violence Against Women: Issues of Race/Ethnicity, Nationality, and Class
by: Robin Haarr, Arizona State University West (Corresponding)
Gender, Race, and the System: Teaching Criminal Justice
by: Susan F. Sharp, University of Oklahoma (Corresponding)
Equality Does Not Mean Equal
by: Roslyn Muraskin, Long Island University - C.W. Post (Corresponding)
Perspectives on Race and Crime
by: Delores Jones-Brown, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (Corresponding)

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