The Crime, Law and Deviance Workshop meets throughout the academic year to promote and foster the social-scientific study of crime, law and deviance. At many sessions, graduate students and faculty present work in progress (such as draft papers or chapters of books or dissertations) for discussion, critique and suggestions. Both students and professors present work and serve as discussants. At other sessions, the Workshop presents guest speakers. Participants are drawn from various parts of NYU, as well as other universities and research centers in the New York area. Anyone wishing to present work, or to serve as a discussant, or to be added to the e-mail distribution list should contact its current Director, David Greenberg, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Spring 2021 we will be meeting remotely on Fridays from 2-4PM when a presentation is scheduled.