Journal of Prisoners on Prisons, V33, #1
Special issue on Convict Criminology
Imprint: University of Ottawa Press
184 Pages, 6.00 x 9.00 in
- Published: January 2024
- Published: January 2024
Volume 33, Number 1 (2024) is a special issue of the Journal of Prisoners on Prisons (JPP) edited by Grant Tietjen (University of Washington – Tacoma), Alison Cox (East Carolina University) and J. Renee Trombley (Metropolitan State University of Denver) marking the 25th anniversary of Convict Criminology.
The collection features contributions on the reflecting on the past, present and future of Convict Criminology, including the role activism can play in scholarship by criminalized people. There are also articles that examine topics such as the challenges associated with securing release from prison and the stigmatizing impact labels have people deemed to be criminal.
Contributors include Alison Cox, Daniel Kavish, Michelle Malkin, Jennifer Ortiz, Jeffrey Ian Ross, Grant Tietjen, J. Renee Trombley and Denise Woodall.
The collection also includes cover art from Serge Tkachenko and Oliger Merko that were originally showcased at Prison Creative Arts Project exhibitions.
In This Issue
INTRODUCTION FROM THE ISSUE EDITORS
Marking 25 Years of Convict Criminology by Building a New Table:
Transformative Social Justice, Inclusion and Activism
as Part of a Larger Social Movement
Grant Tietjen, Alison Cox and J. Renee Trombley
Self-Efficacy Toward Release and
Transfer in a Women’s Federal Medical Center:
An Ethnographic Analysis of a Prisoner’s Blog
Michelle Malkin and Alison Cox
Here She Comes:
Women of Convict Criminology
Standing at the Intersection of Identity and Convict Criminology:
A Brief Exercise in Reflexivity
J. Renee Trombley
Beyond the Ivory Tower:
The Need for Collective Activism in Convict Criminology
Every Picture Tells a Story:
Framing and Understanding the Activism of Convict Criminology
Jeffrey Ian Ross and Grant Tietjen
Continuing the Interactionist Tradition:
Examining the Relationship Between Juvenile Delinquency,
Formal Labeling and Adult Criminal Behavior
Thinking Critically About the Next Decade of Convict Criminology
Jeffrey Ian Ross
The Future of Convict Criminology
Convict Criminology for the Future
edited by Jeffrey Ian Ross and Francesca Vianello
New York: Routledge (2021) 248 pp.
Reviewed by Shelly Clevenger
The Marion Experiment:
Long-term Solitary Confinement and the Supermax Movement
edited by Stephen C. Richards
Carbondale (IL): Southern Illinois University Press (2015) 336 pp.
Reviewed by David P.
The Secret of Drugging of Captive America
by Anthony Ryan Hatch
Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press (2019) 172 pp.
Reviewed by Lucas Ridgeway
Available Titles and
Call for Book Reviews
Journal of Prisoners on Prisons
UPCOMING SPECIAL ISSUE – CALL FOR PAPERS
Profiling and the Canadian Carceral State /
Les profilages et l’État carcéral canadien
Justin Piché and Sandra Lehalle / Observatoire des profilages
“Breaking Out” (front cover)
“Intersection” (back cover)