In 2009 the Justice Studies Department at San José State University established the “Ann Lucas Lecture Series in Law and Justice” to honor the memory of Dr. Ann Lucas (1962-2009).
A distinguished scholar, experienced teacher, inspiring mentor, and dedicated friend, Ann Lucas gave an invaluable contribution to the growth of the Justice Studies Department as a vibrant and diverse academic community, and served as department’s chair during the academic year 2008/2009. Ann passed away on October 22, 2009 after a brief battle with cancer.
The Ann Lucas Lecture Series consists of four annual symposia (two in the Fall and two in the Spring of each academic year) featuring internationally renowned scholars whose recent books offer outstanding contributions to the advancement of critical perspectives in the fields of law, social theory, and the humanities. All the symposia are held at San José State University and are open to students, faculty, and the broader community. For further information on the Ann Lucas Lecture Series, please contact the Justice Studies Department at San Jose State University:
Justice Studies Department
San José State University
One Washington Square
San José, CA 95192-0050
Mac Quarrie Hall 508