The Carceral Geography Working Group aims to produce reviews of new volumes in, and of relevance to, our field.
Reviewed by Sophie Lachapelle, PhD Student, Department of Criminology, University of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Read review
Donne in carcere: Ricerche e progetti per Rebibbia [Women in prison: Research and projects for Rebibbia]
Francesca Giofrè and Pisana Posocco
Reviewed by Roberto Catello, Liverpool Hope University, UK. Read review
Bordered Lives: Immigration Detention Archive
Mary Bosworth, Khadija von Zinnenburg Carroll and Christoph Balzar
Reviewed by Samantha O’Donnell, PhD Candidate in Criminology, Faculty of Arts, The University of Melbourne, Australia. Read review
Reviewed by Emma K. Russell, Lecturer in Crime, Justice and Legal Studies, La Trobe University, Australia. Read review
Carceral Space, Prisoners and Animals
Karen M. Morin
Reviewed by James Gacek, PhD Candidate at Edinburgh Law School, University of Edinburgh, UK. Read review
Reviewed by Will McKeithen, Doctoral Student and Instructor, Department of Geography, University of Washington, United States. Read review.
Detaining the Immigrant Other: Global and Transnational Issues
Rich Furman, Douglas Epps and Greg Lamphear
Reviewed by Sarah M. Hughes, Research Postgraduate at the Department of Geography, Durham University, UK. Read review
Citizen Convicts: Prisoners, Politics and the Vote
Reviewed by ACE Collective, a steering committee for the University of Oregon Prison Education Committee’s educational efforts within the prison, and its participants in the national Inside-Out Prison Education Exchange Program, which brings together incarcerated and campus-based students for college classes within penal settings. Read review
Reviewed by Carrie Crockett, Postgraduate Researcher at the School of History, University of Leicester, UK. Read review
Carceral Spatiality: Dialogues between Geography and Criminology
Dominique Moran and Anna Schliehe
Reviewed by Cheryl McGeachan, Lecturer in the School of Geographical and Earth Sciences at the University of Glasgow, UK. Read review
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