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Disability incarcerated : imprisonment and disability in the United States and Canada / edited by Liat Ben-Moshe, Chris Chapman and Allison C. Carey.

  • Ben-Moshe, Liat
Date
2014
  • Books

About this work

Also known as

Imprisonment and disability in the United States and Canada

Publication/Creation

New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.

Physical description

xvi, 297 pages ; 24 cm

Bibliographic information

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Contents

Reconsidering confinement : interlocking locations and logics of incarceration / Chris Chapman, Allison C. Carey, and Liat Ben-Moshe -- Five centuries' material reforms and ethical reformulations of social elimination / Chris Chapman -- Creating the back ward : the triumph of custodialism and the uses of therapeutic failure in nineteenth-century idiot asylums / Philip M. Ferguson -- Eugenics incarceration and expulsion : Daniel G. and Andrew T.'s deportation from 1928 Toronto, Canada / Geoffrey Reaume -- Crippin' Jim Crow : disability, dis-location, and the school-to-prison pipeline / Nirmala Erevelles -- Walking the line between the past and the future : parents' resistance and commitment to institutionalization / Allison C. Carey and Lucy Gu -- Remembering institutional erasures : the meaning of histories of disability incarceration in Ontario / Jihan Abbas and Jijian Voronka -- The new asylums : madness and mass incarceration in the neoliberal era / Michael Rembis -- It can't be fixed because it's not broken : racism and disability in the prison industrial complex / Syrus Ware, Joan Ruzsa, and Giselle Dias -- Chemical constraint : experiences of psychiatric coercion, restraint, and detention as carceratory techniques / Erick Fabris and Katie Aubrecht -- Racing madness : the terrorizing madness of the post 9/11 terrorist body / Shaista Patel -- Refugee camps, asylum detention, and the geopolitics of transnational migration : disability and its intersections with humanitarian confinement / Mansha Mirza -- Self-advocacy : the emancipation movement led by people with intellectual and developmental disabilities / Mark Friedman and Ruthie-Marie Beckwith -- Alternatives to (disability) incarceration / Liat Ben-Moshe.

Languages

  • English


Where to find it

  • Location

    History of Medicine NH.U.51

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ISBN

  • 9781137393234
  • 1137393238
  • 9781137404053
  • 1137404051