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Dan Berger on What the Latest Bipartisan Prison Reform Gets Wrong and Why It Matters

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IAS faculty member Dan Berger published an op-ed in Truthout on the First Step Act, a bipartisan reform measure now supported by the Trump administration. In reviewing the proposed law, Berger highlights the bipartisan failure to attend to the policies that would meaningfully reduce the number of people in prison. Berger also delivered two recent talks on similar topics ...

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Suzanne Cohen directs Expand Upon: Incarceration

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Master of Arts in Cultural Studies alum Suzanne Cohen (’15), Managing Artistic Director of Mirror Stage, presents Expand Upon: Incarceration, featuring David Drummond, Rick Dupree, Adria LaMorticella, Pablo Lopez, Corey Spruill, and Benjamin Symons. Additionally, IAS faculty member Dan Berger will deliver pre-show lectures on the History of Mass Incarceration in the United States on ...

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Dan Berger awarded Fellowship at Schomburg Center of Research in Black Culture

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IAS faculty member Dan Berger has been awarded a Scholars-in-Residence Fellowship at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture for the winter/spring of 2019. Part of the New York Public Library...

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Dan Berger delivers the Department of History's African American Postdoctoral Lecture

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IAS faculty member Dan Berger delivers the Department of History's African American Postdoctoral Lecture at Case Western Reserve University. The lecture is delivered annually by a scholar nominated by the department's postdoctoral fellow, currently Nora Krinitsky. Berger delivered a talk entitled ...

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Dan Berger delivers lecture on Comparing Radical Eras Of Activism

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IAS faculty member Dan Berger deliverd a lecture at Niagara University. The talk, "Comparing Radical Eras Of Activism: 1960s and Now," discussed how  movements against war, racism, and environmental catastrophe have evolved across recent American history. While in Buffalo, Berger also ...

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