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Vol. 44-2/3: Neoliberal Confinements: Social Suffering in the Carceral State

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FORTHCOMING FEBRUARY 2018
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Neoliberal Confinements: Social Suffering in the Carceral State
edited by Alessandro De Giorgi & Benjamin Fleury-Steiner

This special issue aims to provide a cartography of some of the forms of social suffering experienced by marginalized and oppressed populations in the US carceral state. The contributors extend their gaze beyond the prison and its ancillary institutions to include spaces of confinement produced at the crossroads of racialized carceral regimes, hyper-policed neighborhoods, and widening zones of social abandonment.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction: Neoliberal Confinements: Social Suffering in the Carceral State,
by Alessandro De Giorgi & Benjamin Fleury-Steiner

The Bombs Explode at Home: Policing, Prisons, and Permanent War,
by Jordan T. Camp

Prison Beds and Compensated Man-Days: The Spatio-Temporal Order
of Carceral Neoliberalism,
by Lisa Guenther

The Accused Poor, by Spencer Headworth & Shaun Ossei-Owusu

Carceral Rehab as Fuzzy Penality: Hybrid Tehnologies of Control in the New Temperance Crusade, by Teresa Gowan & Sarah Whetstone

Gentrification and Resistance: Racial Projects in the Neoliberal Order,
by Melissa Archer

Structural Racism, Criminalization and Pathways to Deportation for Dominican and Jamaican Men in the United States, by Tanya Golash-Boza

THE PRISON IN TWELVE LANDSCAPES: SOCIAL JUSTICE FORUM
Participants: Jordan T. Camp, Kanishka Goonewardena, Christina Heatherton, Jack Norton, Annie Spencer & Brett Story

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