Disability Incarcerated: Imprisonment and Disability in the United States and Canada (Paperback)
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Disability Incarcerated gathers thirteen contributions from an impressive array of fields. Taken together, these essays assert that a complex understanding of disability is crucial to an understanding of incarceration, and that we must expand what has come to be called 'incarceration.' The chapters in this book examine a host of sites, such as prisons, institutions for people with developmental disabilities, psychiatric hospitals, treatment centers, special education, detention centers, and group homes; explore why various sites should be understood as incarceration; and discuss the causes and effects of these sites historically and currently. This volume includes a preface by Professor Angela Y. Davis and an afterword by Professor Robert McRuer.
About the Author
Jihan Abbas, Carleton University, USA Katie Aubrecht, Saint Mary's University and St. Francis Xavier University, Canada Ruthie-Marie Beckwith, USA Angela Y. Davis, USA Giselle Dias, Canada Nirmala Erevelles, University of Alabama, USA Erick Fabris, Ryerson University, Canada Philip M. Ferguson, Chapman University, USA Mark Friedman, USA Lucy Ling Gu, Shippensburg University, USA Robert McRuer, George Washington University, USA Mansha Mirza, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA Shaista Patel, University of Toronto, Canada Geoffrey Reaume, York University, Canada Michael Rembis, University at Buffalo, USA Joan Ruzsa, Canada Jijian Voronka, University of Toronto, Canada Syrus Marcus Ware, University of Toronto, Canada