Carceral Realities at Home and Abroad: A Human Rights Lab Fellows Roundtable
Congratulations to the Pozen Center's inaugural cohort of Human Rights Lab Fellows:
AK Alilonu (Public Policy and Computer Science)
Britt Dorton (Comparative Human Development and Human Rights)
Emma Ecker (Global Studies and Human Rights)
Taylor Fox (Political Science and Human Rights)
Alisha Harris (Public Policy and Human Rights)
Ayo Idowu (Public Policy and Geography)
Madi Norman (Political Science, Philosophy and Allied Fields)
Philip O’Sullivan (History and Math)
Evan Zhao (Sociology, Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies)
For the 2019-2020 academic year, nine students whose BA theses examined human rights issues related to prisons, policing, and the criminal legal system were selected for this fellowship opportunity. The fellowship provided a research grant up to $500, opportunities to connect with scholars and community leaders with lived experience on related topics, a writing group, shared workspace at the Pozen Center, and the opportunity to attend the Making and Unmaking Mass Incarceration conference at the University of Mississippi in December 2019.
Please join us to celebrate the Pozen Center Human Rights Lab Fellows as they participate in a lightning round of presentations about their BA theses.