CJS 190: Intro Crime & Justice Studies

General Education requirement: 4B - US Society

Examines Crime and Justice Studies as a multidisciplinary field of study that bridges criminology, criminal justice, and justice studies. Students engage with a variety of histories, policies, procedures, and politics that inform how crime and justice are constructed within U.S. transnational and intersectional contexts. Areas of analysis include state-making, citizenship, social control, criminality, surveillance and security, war, rights and law, revolution, prison writing, nonviolence, collective justice, and abolitionism.

2022 Fall
Class#SctTypeSeatsUnits
9233 01B Lecture 85 3.00
Days Start End
MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 9:00 AM EDT 9:50 AM EDT
Instructor: Ashley Ruderman-Looff Class status:
Enrollment Section
Class instruction mode: Blended
2022 Fall
Class#SctTypeSeatsUnits
9234 02 Lecture 54 3.00
Days Start End
MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2:00 PM EDT 3:15 PM EDT
Instructor: Class status:
Enrollment Section
Class instruction mode: In Person
2022 Fall
Class#SctTypeSeatsUnits
9235 03B Lecture 100 3.00
Days Start End
MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 12:00 PM EDT 12:50 PM EDT
Instructor: Vanessa Lovelace Class status:
Enrollment Section
Class instruction mode: Blended