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Andrea Pitts
American Philosophical Association Philosophy and Medicine Newsletter 14.1
September 1, 2016
Type: peer-reviewed article

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

Geoffrey Adelsberg, Lisa Guenther, Scott Zeman
April 1, 2015
Type: peer-reviewed book

Mass incarceration is one of the most pressing ethical and political issues of our time.

Michel Foucault
Type: peer-reviewed book

In this important work, Foucault suggests that such vaunted reforms as the abolition of torture and the emergence of the modern penitentiary have

William Banks Taylor
Ohio State University Press
July 6, 1999
Type: peer-reviewed book

Down on Parchman Farm is a greatly revised edition of William Banks Taylor's Brokered Justice (1993).

Daniel LaChance
University of Chicago press
November 1, 2016
Type: peer-reviewed book

In the mid-1990s, as public trust in big government was near an all-time low, 80% of Americans told Gallup that they supported the death penalty.

Dylan Rodríguez
January 1, 2005
Type: peer-reviewed book

 In Forced Passages, Dylan Rodríguez argues that the cultural production of s

Marcelo Hoffman
New Political Science 34.1
February 14, 2002
Type: peer-reviewed article

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

Anthony J. Nocella II, Priya Parmar, David Stovall
Type: peer-reviewed book
  • The school-to-prison pipeline is a national concern, from the federal to local governments, and a leading topic in conversations in the field of urban education and juvenile justice. From
Ruth Wilson Gilmore
Type: peer-reviewed book

Since 1980, the number of people in U.S. prisons has increased more than 450%.

Jordan T. Camp
Type: peer-reviewed book

The United States currently has the largest prison population on the planet.