Critical geographies of confinement

Critical geographies of confinement in Ireland, Britain, and elsewhere is a ‘flipped format’ event, with pre-recorded presentations available online, followed by a live panel discussion:

  • Pre-recorded presentations: available Tuesday 25 January 2022
  • Live panel discussion: Tuesday 1 February 2022, 16:00-17:30 UTC

Invited speakers

  • Dr Kate Coddington: University at Albany, State University of New York, US
  • Ella Bytheway-Jackson: University of Liverpool, UK
  • Vukašin Nedeljković: Artist and independent scholar and Dr Sasha Brown: Maynooth University, Ireland
  • Bulelani Mfaco: Technological University Dublin, spokesperson for MASI – Movement of Asylum Seekers in Ireland
  • Dr Adam Barker: University of Sheffield, UK

Register for live panel discussion

The live panel discussion is a free online event but you must register in advance. Please make sure you take the time to view the pre-recorded presentations before the event.

Please register via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/critical-geographies-of-confinement-in-ireland-britain-and-elsewhere-tickets-228398073787

View pre-recorded presentations

Presentations will be added below and will be available by 25 January.

“Welcome to country? Countering enduring forms of colonial carceral control in Australia”
Dr Kate Coddington: University at Albany, State University of New York, US:

“A Nation Made of a Thousand Prisons: Settler Colonialism & the Ongoing Genocide of Indigenous People in Canada”
Dr Adam Barker: University of Sheffield, UK:

Event organisers

  • Deirdre Conlon (Leeds)
  • Sasha Brown (Maynooth)
  • Joseph Robinson (Maynooth)