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Crimcast is a virtual resource devoted to critical conversations about criminology and criminal justice issues. Our blogposts, twitter feeds, podcasts and other content provide an overview of trends, research, commentary and events of interest to criminal justice practitioners, academics and the general public. CrimCast is sponsored by The Center for Crime and Popular Culture, St. Francis College, Brooklyn, NY.

Perspectives on Society and Culture in the 1960s

Nickie Phillips

This semester, the Spring 2013 lecture series at SFC features guest speakers such as Todd Gitlin, David Greenberg, and others.  See below for the full schedule. The lectures are held at: St. Francis College 180 Remsen Street, Brooklyn, NY

When:  Tuesdays at 11:10 in Room 4202 unless otherwise noted.

Tuesday – February 5, 2013 Vaneshran Arumugam on Evolving as Social Activist: Growing Up Under South African Apartheid

Thursday - February 07, 2013 Mark Naison on Civil Rights in New York: The Political and the Personal *11:10 AM in Room 6214

Tuesday - February 12, 2013 Todd Gitlin on Students for a Democratic Society and the Legacy of Youth Protest

Tuesday - February 26, 2013 Arnold Sparr, Msgr. LoPinto, and Tom Cornell: After 50 Years: How Did Vatican II Change the Church?

Tuesday –March 19, 2013 Emily Horowitz on the New Feminist Movement & 2nd Wave Feminism

Tuesday- March 26, 2013 Arnold Sparr and Tom Cornell on Catholic Social Thought Since Vatican II: Dorothy Day, Non-Violent Protest and the Anti-War Catholic Left

Tuesday- April 2, 2013 Sara Haviland on Black Arts and the Black and Left in the 1960s

Tuesday- April 9, 2013 Chris Mitchell on the Gay Rights Movement

Tuesday- April 16, 2013 Arnold Sparr on the Catholic Anti-War Movement & the Catonsville/Camden 28 Trials

Tuesday- April 23, 2013 David Greenberg on Richard M. Nixon and New Conservatism

Tuesday – April 30, 2013 Philip Napoli on New York City’s Vietnam Veterans