DUE TO SCHEDULING CONFLICTS, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.
Join fellow alumni, parents, and friends for the first D.C.-area Culture
WONKs event - a presentation from School of Public Affairs professor
on the history of prisons and the death penalty, followed by
a tour of the National Museum of Crime and Punishment
. Professor Johnson will
accompany the group on the self-guided tour to answer any questions.
You won't want to miss this exclusive AU look into the the world of
crime and punishment!
$25 per person includes appetizers, wine, beer,
and soft drinks, the presentation, and a self-guided tour of the museum.
is a professor in the School of Public Affairs' department of Justice, Law, and Society. His areas of expertise include the prison and other
institutions of punishment and confinement, the death penalty,
institutional violence, and race and justice in America. He has
published extensively in these areas. Professor Johnson has testified or provided
expert affidavits before state and federal courts, the U.S. Congress,
and the European Commission of Human Rights. His courses include Violence in Institutions, Violence in America, The
Prison Community, Advanced Seminar in Corrections, and Corrections in