All Peer Reviewed Articles

Subini A. Annamma
International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education
August 23, 2016

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

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
April 25, 2012

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

Article about the global regime of policing and punishment 

Andrea Pitts
American Philosophical Association Philosophy and Medicine Newsletter 14.1
September 1, 2016

Hermeneutical injustice occurs when a collective gap in knowledge unfairly deprives an individual of an ability to make sense of her/his own experiences.

Marcelo Hoffman
New Political Science 34.1
February 14, 2002

Shocked by harsh prison conditions in France, Michel Foucault in February 1971 co-founded the Information Group on Prisons (GIP), a group dedicated to heightening public intolerance towards the pri

Vesla M. Weaver, Amy E. Lerman
American Political Science Review 104.4
November 1, 2010

Contact with the criminal justice system is greater today than at any time in our history.

Loïc Wacquant
Dialectical Anthropology
December 23, 2010

The carceral boom in post-Civil Rights America results not from profit-seeking but from state-crafting.

Mary Rizzo, Martha Swan
The Public Historian
February 1, 2014

Abstract: Nonprofit human rights organization John Brow nLives!

Jeremiah C. Olson
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory
May 5, 2016

This article deals with prison staffing conditions and standards and how they effect the use of solitary confinement in the prison system.