Vol 8, No 2 (2018)

Critical Prison Studies, Carceral Ethnography, and Human Rights: From Lived Experience to Global Action

Issue edited by Sarah Turnbull (Birkbeck, University of London, UK), Joane Martel (Université Laval, Québec City, Canada), Debra Parkes (University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada) and Dawn Moore (Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada).

Table of Contents

Introduction: Critical Prison Studies, Carceral Ethnography, and Human Rights: From Lived Experience to Global Action PDF
Sarah Turnbull, Joane Martel, Debra Parkes, Dawn Moore 174-182
The Virtual Reality of Imprisonment: The Impact of Social Media on Prisoner Agency and Prison Structure in Russian prisons PDF
Laura Piacentini, Elena Katz 183-204
Doing (Prison) Research Differently: Reflections on Autoethnography and ‘Emotional Recall’ PDF
Luigi Gariglio 205-224
Critical Prison Research and University Research Ethics Boards: Homogenization of Inquiry and Policing of Carceral Knowledge PDF
Gillian Balfour, Joane Martel 225-246
The International Persistence and Resilience of Solitary Confinement PDF
Keramet Reiter 247-266
‘We Will Be Written Out of History’: Feminist Challenges to Carceral Violence and the Activist Archive PDF
Bree Carlton, Emma K. Russell 267-287


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