University of New Orleans Professor to Study Alternatives to Incarceration

“There is minimal discussion about the morality of incarceration and the alternatives that should be employed.” Says Chris Surprenant, associate professor of philosophy and director of the Alexis de Tocqueville Project in Law, Liberty, and Morality at UNO.

Surprenant received a grant to study alternatives to incarceration. The grant will fund an academic conference and additional scholarship on the topic.

Read the University’s release here

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