Prison and Identity
This theme contains resources pertaining to the disciplining and imprisonment of diverse identities. Users looking for material on the over-representation of people of color in prison, women’s prisons, queer and trans* incarceration, and crimmigration will find it here. We welcome feedback on this organization during our beta period.
UNC-Chapel Hill, American Studies Elijah Gaddis and Seth Kotch direct… Read More »The Red Record: Revealing Lynching in North Carolina
University of Minnesota, Humanities Action Lab Class Fall 2015 An… Read More »Boarding Schools and the School to Prison Pipeline
Why Mass Incarceration Matters: Rethinking Crisis, Decline, and Transformation in Postwar American History
The Journal of American History Heather Ann Thompson December 1,… Read More »Why Mass Incarceration Matters: Rethinking Crisis, Decline, and Transformation in Postwar American History
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory Jeremiah C. Olson… Read More »Race and Punishment in American Prisons
The Public Historian Mary Rizzo Martha Swan February 1, 2014… Read More »Public History and Mass Incarceration: An Interview with Martha Swan