2019 St. Albert the Great Lecture: What is a Criminal?
T. Andrew Caswell, Ph.D., associate professor of psychology, will present the Annual St. Albert the Great Lecture: What is a Criminal? at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 13 in 219 of the Waldron Campus Center.
Dr. Caswell’s research interests include manhood in America, the psychology of poverty, gender roles, and the gendering of language. His work has appeared in the Journal of Homosexuality, Social Psychology, Psychology of Men and Masculinity, and Cognition and Emotion. He is a member of the Inside-Out Think Tank at the State Correctional Institute at Albion, Pa.
The Annual St. Albert the Great Lecture, sponsored by the Philosophy Department, invites colleagues to present their current research in the spirit of interdisciplinary learning and exploration in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition.