Anthony Ryan Hatch Wesleyan University Discipline(s): Science and Technology Studies, Sociology,… Read More »TechnoPrisons: Corrections, Technology and Society
This theme includes resources having to do with theories about mass incarceration and societal power structures and the theorists who developed them, as well materials for ideas about teaching these subjects in the classroom. Users looking for material on a particular theorist, theory, or teaching philosophy will find it here. We welcome feedback on this organization during our beta period.
Lisa Guenther Vanderbilt University Discipline(s): Philosophy Syllabus Last Updated: July, 2016… Read More »Solitary Confinement: A Philosophical Exploration
Lori Gruen Wesleyan University, Philosophy Discipline(s): Philosophy Syllabus Last Updated: August,… Read More »Hope and Hopelessness in an Age of Mass Incarceration
Daniel LaChance Emory University Discipline(s): History Syllabus Last Updated: March, 2016… Read More »Crime and Punishment in American Culture: Power and Poetics
Teaching in a Climate of Conservatism Teaching Philosophy Jeanine Weekes… Read More »Fighting Imperviousness With Vulnerability