The Carceral Studies Network is designed to help teachers and learners guide their own scholarly engagements with the carceral state. With this syllabus bank, users can browse successful course designs, bibliographies, and activities packaged together as coherent classes. Users are encouraged to adapt and transform these syllabi for their own use. We ask that users give credit to syllabi authors for any material that they adopt in whole or part.
Search for material by choosing a theme from the drop-down menu below. Or, use the search box to search for a specific discipline.
To share your own syllabus, use this link. We regret that we cannot host everything we receive, and new materials may take awhile to appear on the site. We welcome feedback on this organization during the site’s beta period.
Anthony Ryan Hatch Wesleyan University Discipline(s): Science and Technology Studies, Sociology,… Read More »TechnoPrisons: Corrections, Technology and Society
Lisa Guenther Vanderbilt University Discipline(s): Philosophy Syllabus Last Updated: July, 2016… Read More »Solitary Confinement: A Philosophical Exploration
Douglas A. Campbell Duke University Discipline(s): Divinity Syllabus Last Updated: October,… Read More »Restorative Justice, Prison Ministry, and the Church