All Scholarship

Subini A. Annamma
International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education
August 23, 2016
Type: peer-reviewed article

Annamma looks at the intersections between race and disability in the School to Prison Pipeline and particularly in incarceration. 

Khalil Gibran Muhammad
Souls: A Critical Journal of Black Politics, Culture, and Society
March 14, 2011
Type: peer-reviewed article

This article highlights racialized constructions of criminality that surfaced in the wake of mass migrations and immigrations of African American and European workers to the industrial North during

Laren L. Martin
Geopolitics
April 25, 2012
Type: peer-reviewed article

Critical security scholars have argued that biometric identity technologies, databanking, digital surveillance, and risk analysis reveal not a blockaded boundary but a border that follows transboun

Dylan Rodríguez
Radical History Review
October 1, 2006
Type: peer-reviewed article

Article about the global regime of policing and punishment 

Michelle Alexander
University of Chicago
February 21, 2013
Type: lecture

Michelle Alexander, highly acclaimed civil rights lawyer, advocate, Associate Professor of Law at Ohio State University, and author of The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindn

Keramet Reiter
Yale University Press
Type: peer-reviewed book

Originally meant to be brief and exceptional, solitary confinement in U.S. prisons has become long-term and common.

Amy E. Lerman, Vesla M. Weaver
University of Chicago Press
October 4, 2016
Type: peer-reviewed book
The numbers are staggering: One-third of America’s adult population has passed through the criminal justice system and now has a criminal record.
Beth Richie
The Justice Initiative at Columbia University
May 30, 2014
Type: lecture

Beth Richie Keynote address at the 2014 Beyond the Bars: Breaking Through Conference at Columbia University organized by the Criminal Justice Cau

Dan Berger
Type: peer-reviewed book

In this pathbreaking book, Dan Berger offers a bold reconsideration of twentieth century black activism, the prison system, and the origins of mass incarceration.

Regina Kunzel
Type: peer-reviewed book
Sex is usually assumed to be a closely guarded secret of prison life.

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