Journal of Prisoners on Prisons, V27 #2

Journal of Prisoners on Prisons, V27 #2

Special Issue: 20 Years of Convict Criminology - Developing Insider Perspectives in Research Activism

By Andreas Aresti , Sacha Darke

Edited by: Justin Piché, Kevin Walby

140 Pages · 9x6 · December 15 2018

Paper ISBN: 9780776627625

PDF ISBN: 9780776627632

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VOLUME 27, NUMBER 2 (2018) is a special issue of the Journal of Prisoners on Prisons marking the 20th anniversary of Convict Criminology (CC) edited by Andreas Aresti and Sacha Darke. Drawing on auto-ethnographic, action research and other approaches to qualitative inquiry, the collection features contributions on a variety of topics, including the criminalization of women, the place of current and former prisoners in advocacy work concerning 'criminal justice', the role higher education can play in carceral settings, theorizing the experience of freedom and the deprivation of liberty, pushing the boundaries of CC through abolitionism and its internationalisation.
PREFACE FROM THE MANAGING EDITORS 
  
Starting with Prisoners' Standpoints, Following with Action 
Justin Piché, Kevin Walby 

INTRODUCTION FROM THE ISSUE EDITORS
 
Developing Insider Perspectives in Research Activism A New Vision 
Andreas Aresti, Sacha Darke 

MARGINALIZED VOICES ON THE CRIMINALIZATION OF WOMEN 

Absent Voices: Experiencing Prison Life from Both Sides of the Fence - A Turkish Female's Perspective 
Safak Bozkurt, Andreas Aresti 

Voicelessness: A Call to Action 
Paula Harriott, Andreas Aresti 

PRISONERS IN HIGHER EDUCATION 

A Phenomenology of Freedom: Finding Transcendence in Captivity 
Mark Alexander 

Insider Perspectives in Higher Education Within the British Prison System 
Aisha Bint Faisal, Molly Dean, Mustafa Demirtas, Sahana Dharmarajah, David Hinde, Moses Mathias, George Milner, Megan Raynor, Muzzaker Shah, Ashley Stanford, Gary Taylor 

PUSHING THE BOUNDARIES OF CONVICT CRIMINOLOGY 

Convict Criminology and Abolitionism: Looking Towards a Horizon Without Prisons 
Elton Kalica 

RESPONSES 

Interpreting the Development and Growth of Convict Criminology in South America 
Jeffrey Ian Ross, Sacha Darke 

Forty-Eight Conferences - and Much Else 
Thomas Mathiesen 

PRISONERS' STRUGGLES 
An Invitation to Participate in an Edited Collection About Penal Abolitionism 
Michael J. Coyle, David Scott 

Busted: An Illustrated History of Drug Prohibition in Canada by Susan Boyd (Fernwood, 2017) 
Lucas Ridgeway 

COVER ART Idol Hands (front cover) / A Path Well-Trodden (back cover) 
Russell Grant