The Yale Prison Education Initiative would like to thank the Yale Faculty who presented guest lectures throughout the year on selected topics.
YPEI focuses on bringing Yale's on-campus resources to our incarcerated students. One way that we do this is through our guest lecture series which mirror those available for students on campus.
Year-round, we invite distinguished professors, scholars, and authors the chance to work with our students. Guest lectures cover a wide range of topics, offering the students an opportunity to discover new disciplines and delve deeper into topics beyond their coursework.
Guests have included:
Stephen Pitti (History/American Studies, Center for Study of Race, Indigeneity, Transnational Migration)
Samuel Moyn (Yale Law School/History)
Kathryn Slanski (Yale Directed Studies/Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations)
Kishwar Rizvi (History of Art/Council on Middle East Studies)
Paul North (Philosophy/German)
Jason Stanley (Philosophy/Ethnicity Race & Migration)
Caleb Smith (English)
Monica Bell (Sociology/Yale Law School)
Emily Greenwood (Classics)