Publications

Jewkes, Y., Moran, D. and Turner, J. (forthcoming) Designs on Punishment: The Architecture of Incarceration Palgrave Macmillan: London.

Jewkes, Y. and Moran, D. (in press) ‘Criminology, carceral geography and prison architecture’, in A. Liebling, S. Maruna and L. McAra (eds.) Oxford Handbook of Criminology 6th edition, Oxford: Oxford University.

Jewkes, Y., Moran, D. and Slee, E. (in press) ‘The visual retreat of the prison: non-places for non-people’, in M. Brown and E. Carrabine (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Visual Criminology.The Routledge Handbook of Visual Criminology.

Moran, D., Turner, J. and Jewkes, Y (2016) Becoming big things: building events and the architectural geographies of incarceration in England and Wales Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 41(4) 416-228.

Turner, J. (2016) The Prison Boundary: Between Society and Carceral Space Palgrave Macmillan: London.

Jewkes, Y. (2016) How to build better prisonsThe Conversation, 25th February 2016.

Moran, D., Jewkes, Y. and Turner, J (2016) ‘Prison design and carceral space’ in Y. Jewkes, B. Crewe and J. Bennett (Eds.) Handbook on Prisons, revised 2nd edition, Abingdon: Routledge, 114-130.

Grant, E. and Jewkes, Y. (2015) Finally fit for purpose: the evolution of Australian prison architecture The Prison Journal 95(2) 223-243.

Moran, D. and Jewkes, Y. (2015) Linking the carceral and the punitive state: researching prison architecture, design, technology and the lived experience of carceral space Annales de Géographie 702-703: 163-184.

Jewkes, Y. and Moran, D. (2015) The paradox of the “green” prison: sustaining the environment or sustaining the penal complex? Theoretical Criminology 19(4): 451-469.

Moran, D (2015) Carceral Geography: Spaces and Practices of Incarceration Ashgate: Farnham.

Jewkes, Y. (2015) ‘Fear-suffused hell-holes: the architecture of extreme punishment’ in K. Reiter and A. Koenig (eds.) Extraordinary Punishment: An Empirical Look at Administrative Black Holes in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada, London: Palgrave.

Jewkes, Y. (2014) ‘Afterword: prison contraction in an age of expansion in Mathiesen’ in Mathiesen, T. The Politics of Abolition Revisited Oslo: Norwegian Universities Press.

Moran, D. and Jewkes, Y. (2014) ‘Green’ prisons: rethinking the ‘sustainability’ of the carceral estate Annual Special Issue Social Geography ‘Criminality and carcerality across boundaries’ Geogr. Helv. 69: 345-353.

Turner, J. (2014) Introduction: criminality and carcerality across boundaries Annual Special Issue Social Geography ‘Criminality and carcerality across boundaries’ Geogr. Helv. 69: 321-323.

Jewkes, Y. and Moran, D. (2014) Should prison architecture be brutal, bland or beautiful? Scottish Justice Matters 2(1): 8-10.

Jewkes, Y. and Moran, D. (2014) Bad design breeds violence in sterile megaprisons The Conversation, 31 Jan 2014.

Jewkes, Y. (2014) Punishment in black and white: penal ‘hell-holes’, popular media and mass incarceration Atlantic Journal of Communication special issue on ‘Reframing Race and Justice in the Age of Mass Incarceration’ 22(1): 42-60.

Jewkes, Y. (2014) ‘An introduction to “doing prison research differently’, Qualitative Inquiry 20(5):387-391.

Jewkes, Y. (2013) ‘Penitentiary systems in the era of Internet services’, Laboratorium: Russian Review of Social Science 5(3): 125-133.

Jewkes, Y. (2013) ‘Penal aesthetics and the pains of imprisonment’ in J. Simon, N. Temple and R. Tobe (eds.) Architecture and Justice Farnham: Ashgate.

Jewkes, Y. (2013) ‘On carceral space and agency’, in D. Moran, N. Gill and D. Conlon, (eds.) Carceral Spaces: Mobility & Agency in Imprisonment & Migrant Detention Farnham: Ashgate.

 

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