1. Introduction: Carceral Cultures/Carceral Logistics
  2. Davina Bhandar, Catherine Kellogg, Michael C. K. Ma
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  1. The Captive Maternal and Abolitionism
  2. Joy James
  3. pp. 9-23
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  1. Unsettling Memories of Japanese Migrant Sex Workers: Carceral Mobilities of the Transpacific Underground at the Turn of the 20th Century
  2. Ayaka Yoshimizu
  3. pp. 24-43
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  1. Incarcerated Workers’ Self-Organizing Contributes to Abolition Movements against Global Apartheid
  2. Chris Vance
  3. pp. 44-58
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  1. Letting Madness In: Toward Hospitality Without Incarceration
  2. Erin Soros
  3. pp. 59-70
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  1. I Call This Institutionalized Rape
  2. Erin Soros
  3. pp. 71-80
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  1. “Everybody criticizes police, but nobody criticizes museums”: Police Headquarters and Museums as Public Culture
  2. Kevin Walby, Justin Piché, Matthew Ferguson
  3. pp. 81-99
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  1. Process and Becoming: Spatiality and Carceral Identities
  2. Marsha Rampersaud
  3. pp. 100-130
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  1. Supporting Joint Effort
  2. Meenakshi Mannoe
  3. pp. 131-143
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  1. (Un)Becoming the Offender: Marginality in Punishment Processes, “Offender” as Permanent Identity
  2. Nyki Kish
  3. pp. 144-167
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  1. Queer People are Everywhere, and Other Stories from the Prairies
  2. Jonathan Petrychyn
  3. pp. 168-173
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  1. Affect and the Madness in Trump’s Method
  2. Karim H. Karim
  3. pp. 173-177
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  1. Understanding Media through the American Folk Revival
  2. Brian Fauteux
  3. pp. 178-181
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  1. Canadian Appeals to Genre: West/Border/Road
  2. Kyler Zeleny
  3. pp. 182-186
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  1. The Art of Acknowledgement
  2. Tracy Whalen
  3. pp. 187-191
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  1. I Wanna Rock?: Youth Cultures in the 20th Century
  2. Marko Djurdjić
  3. pp. 191-196
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  1. Mainstreaming the Geek
  2. Jessica Bay
  3. pp. 196-199
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  1. Ramping up the Schizoanalytic Project
  2. Neal Thomas
  3. pp. 200-204
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  1. Inhuman, all too (in)human—
  2. tobias c. van Veen
  3. pp. 204-212
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  1. Transnational Voices in National Art Histories
  2. Carmen Victor
  3. pp. 212-216
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