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Did You Hear the News? Palestinian Lives Don’t Matter Either

     Posted on: August 12, 2015

by A.J. Caro* “Did you hear the news?” asked my driver and teacher Mohammed, as we were leaving Ben Gurion Airport after my arrival Friday afternoon. “No,” I said, “have been flying for the last 10 hours.” Mohammed, in his usual calm, matter-of-fact way, described how a family of four—mother, father, and ...

Reentry to Nothing #4: In the Shadow of the Jailhouse

     Posted on: September 4, 2015

by Alessandro De Giorgi* The materials presented in this blog series draw from an ethnographic study on prisoner reentry I have been conducting between March 2011 and March 2014 in a neighborhood of West Oakland, California, which is plagued by chronically high levels of poverty, unemployment, homelessness, drug addiction, and street ...

September 11: From Verona to Belfast

     Posted on: September 11, 2015

by Phil Scraton* September 11, 2001. The day imprinted on a disparate international collective consciousness. As two planes hit New York’s twin towers, another engulfed the Pentagon in flames, and United Airlines Flight 93 plane came down in Pennsylvania en route to its target, I slipped traversing a ramp in Verona, ...

Letter from Paris: Which Side Will Prevail?

     Posted on: November 29, 2015

by Bernard Dreano* In this chilly evening of November the 27th, a few hundred people are on the Place de la République. Many are meditating, praying, or just silent around the big statue of the Republic in the middle of the square, surrounded with candles, messages of peace, children’s drawing, flags ...

(Un)Settling Solitary Confinement in California’s Prisons

     Posted on: September 28, 2015

by Keramet Reiter* On September 1, 2015, California prison officials agreed to a settlement in the case of Ashker v. Brown. Todd Ashker, together with the other prisoner plaintiffs housed in California’s Pelican Bay Security Housing Unit (SHU), alleged that the practice of assigning hundreds of prisoners to solitary confinement for ...

The Chilean New Song Movement: Far More Than a Relic of the Past

     Posted on: March 14, 2016

by Patrice McSherry* The New Song movement that emerged in the 1960s in Chile was rooted in popular musical traditions that were passed down through generations. The young musicians drew from folk traditions but created new musical, instrumental, and poetic forms that revolutionized the musical culture of Chile. Songs like “Plegaria ...

Karen Musalo & Blaine Bookey

     Posted on: April 20, 2016

Crimes without Punishment: An Update on Violence against Women and Impunity in Guatemala The authors provide an overview of the prevalence and patterns of violence against women in Guatemala, which has one of the highest rates of femicide, or gender-motivated killing of women, in the world. They examine barriers to effective ...

Margaret Randall

     Posted on: April 20, 2016

Cuban Postcards Author Margaret Randall describes developments in Cuba through her artistic lens using photographs and words. Her intimate knowledge of the country and its struggles give the essay its poinancy and power. Cuba, artists Citation: Social Justice Vol. 40, No. 4 (2013): 118-136

Herman Schwendinger and Julia Schwendinger

     Posted on: April 20, 2016

Defenders of Order or Guardians of Human Rights? Originally published in 1970, this path-breaking essay challenged criminology's dominant managerial paradigm and called for a break with positivist, technocratic definitions of “crime.” definition of crime, human rights Citation: Social Justice Vol. 40, Nos. 1-2 (2013): 87-117

J. Patrice McSherry

     Posted on: April 21, 2016

The Víctor Jara Case and the Long Struggle against Impunity in Chile The judicial case concerning the 1973 torture and murder of Víctor Jara, beloved Chilean singer-songwriter and pioneer of Chile's New Song movement, has continued for almost 40 years. Víctor Jara was a celebrated musician, theater director, and composer. His ...

Ruth Elizabeth Velásquez Estrada

     Posted on: April 21, 2016

Grassroots Peacemaking: The Paradox of Reconciliation in El Salvador This article challenges the premises of “reconciliation” for state-led processes that reunites post-conflict societies. Based on ethnographic research in El Salvador, it is argued that such efforts entail condemning human rights violations and celebrating the transition to peace, yet overlook socio-economic disparities. ...

Olga Talamante

     Posted on: April 21, 2016

De Campesina a Internacionalista (From Farmworker Girl to Internationalist): Encuentros y Desencuentros The author, a veteran Chicana activist and former political prisoner, describes her journey from child farm laborer to international human rights activist, feminist, and LGBT rights advocate. Talamante traces the origins of her political consciousness to the fields of ...

Immigration: A Civil Rights Issue for the Americas in the 21st Century, Vol. 23: 3, 1996

     Posted on: April 24, 2016

Susanne Jonas and Suzie Dod ThomasPublic policy on immigration will be central to determining the form and character of US society in the 21st century. The political Right has so far seized the initiative in defining the parameters of that discussion, in effect limiting national debate to choosing between degrees ...

Environmental Victims, Vol. 23: 4, 1996

     Posted on: April 24, 2016

Edited by Christopher Williams This issue examines environmentally mediated injury and seeks to change the perception of those who suffer from that of sick patients who are simply in need of treatment, to one of "environmental victims" who deserve justice. It reflects a wide range of interested parties and national perspectives, ...

Racial and Political Justice, Vol. 22: 3, 1995

     Posted on: April 29, 2016

Gregory Shank (coord.) This issue speaks to attacks on political justice in the form of resurgent racism at home, as well as genocide and patterns of "ethnic cleansing" abroad. With the realignment of power in the United States over the last two decades, the Democrats effectively abandoned the historic demand for ...

Immigration: A Civil Rights Issue for the Americas in the 21st Century, Vol. 23: 3, 1996

     Posted on: April 29, 2016

Edited by Susanne Jonas and Suzie Dod Thomas Public policy on immigration will be central to determining the form and character of US society in the 21st century. The political Right has so far seized the initiative in defining the parameters of that discussion, in effect limiting national debate to choosing ...

Piers Beirne

     Posted on: April 30, 2016

The Use and Abuse of Animals in Criminology: A Brief History and Current Review Beirne's project is simply to place animal abuse firmly on the sociological agenda, given that scholarly studies of animal abuse remain virtually nonexistent and the topic is completely ignored in criminology textbooks. Historically, non-human animals have not ...

Ronnie Lippens

     Posted on: April 30, 2016

Critical Criminologies and the Reconstruction of Utopia Ronnie Lippens make a plea for renewed utopian thinking in critical criminology. Critical criminology must avoid nihilism and postmodernist impossibilism, along with its fragmenting dynamics. Instead, it must make substantial efforts to fight the contemporary (postmodern) condition, where possibilities and opportunities for human emancipatory ...

Robert Ackermann

     Posted on: April 30, 2016

Crime and Individuality Robert Ackermann's lively review of Harold Pepinsky's The Geometry of Violence and Democracy notes that in defining crime as a politically arbitrary subset of violence, Pepinsky has written a powerful and moving book that explains the apparent irrelevance of much of what is normally considered criminology and offers ...

James F. Doyle

     Posted on: April 30, 2016

A Radical Critique of Criminal Punishment James F. Doyle presents a radical philosophical critique of punishment. He draws a contrast between the "ethics of obligation" and the "ethics of social relations" as radically different normative approaches to law and criminal punishment. As Doyle makes clear, the ethics of obligation informs current ...

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