Daniel LaChance Emory University Discipline(s): History Syllabus Last Updated: March, 2016… Read More »Crime and Punishment in American Culture: Power and Poetics
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.
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Karin Shapiro Duke University Jackson Skeen Duke University Discipline(s): History, African… Read More »Convict Labor in the American South from the Civil War to the Great Depression
Richard Nisa Fairleigh Dickinson University Discipline(s): Geography, Criminology, History Syllabus Last… Read More »Capture and Control: Geographies of Detention and Incarceration
Matt Whitt Duke University Discipline(s): Composition, Philosophy, Political Science Syllabus… Read More »Liberty, Justice, and Imprisonment in the United States