A New Mass Incarceration: Community Corrections, Carceral Geography, and Spatial Power

This manuscript is available for download here Abstract In the age of Michelle Alexander’s The New Jim Crow (2010), promises to depopulate overcrowded American prisons, and a mainstream acknowledgement of mass incarceration, the American criminal justice system is anything but inert. Instead, modalities of punishment are shifting, particularly towards community-located corrections involving GPS surveillance. This paper […]