WHAT DOES INNOCENCE HAVE TO DO WITH JUSTICE? a Talk by Co-Director Miriam Ticktin at university of Kentucky

Co-Director Miriam Ticktin was a lecturer for the The Committee on Social Theory’s Spring Lecture Series at the University of Kentucky. Her talk was titled “What Does Innocence Have to do with Justice?”. More info at https://socialtheory.as.uky.edu/committee-social-theory-spring-lecture-series

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