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Beyond Racialized Carceral Safety: Toward a Conceptualization of Black Safety
edited by Enkeshi Thom El-Amin, Shaneda Destine & Michelle Brown

The call for safety in the United States routinely insists upon the singular expansion of carceral and police power in the criminal legal system and across al major institutions. This special issue emphasizes another mode of safety, sociality, and being that has arisen against the long history of state violence and white radicalized carceral safety: Black safety.



Vol. 49-1/2

Eddie Ellis, Credible Messengers, and the Neoliberal Imagination of Anti-Violence
David C. Brotherton
Police Abolitionism: A Marxist Critique
Howard Ryan
Abolitionist Entanglements with Guards
Erica R. Meiners
Uncomfortable Kinship: Gang Experts and Street Outreach Workers in South Los Angeles
Daniel Gascón
The “Keys to the Kingdom”: Interest Groups, Ideologues, and Immigration Policy
Amy Risley
Social Protest as a Liberating Pedagogy of Praxis
Carlos R. Casanova, Julia Silver & Ashley Dominguez
Historical State Crime and Public Criminology as a Catalyst in the Campaign for Indigenous Recognition and Representation in Australia
Paul Bleakley


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Universal Basic Income, Social Justice, and Marginality
Anthony J. Knowles
Police as Supercitizens
Brittany Arsiniega & Matthew Guariglia
The School of the Americas, Radical Pedagogy, and Sacrificial Activism
Ralph Armbruster Sandoval
The Growth of Convict Criminology 2.0
Jeffrey Ian Ross & Grant Tietjen
COMMENTARY: The Monitoring Group
Jasbinder S. Nijjar


Vol. 48-3

Entangling Intentionality
Ergün Cakal
Carving the Terrain of Freedom
Kaitlyn J. Selman
Violent Symbiosis
Ryan Phillips, Brian Pitman & Stephen T. Young
“Oscar Did Not Die in Vain”
César “che” Rodríguez
Unraveling the School Punitive Web
Andrea Román Alfaro & Jerry Flores



Vol. 48-2
Neoliberalism in Higher Education: Practices, Policies, and Issues
edited by Adalberto Aguirre, Jr. & Rubén O. Martinez

The purpose of this issue is to discuss the many characteristics of higher education that subscribe to neoliberal practices. Neoliberal ideology does more than just pursue business principles of efficiency and production at a large scale involving the merger of manufacturing industries and labor. Neoliberal ideology identifies bodies—students, staff, and faculty—as having a purpose in the production of profit for capital expansion. 


Vol. 48-1

Articles on:

• Global Capitalism and Transcarceration
• Police Abolition as Community Struggle
• Policing People with Mental Health Issues
• Profit in the Juvenile Crime Control Industry
• Political Violence and Behavioral Economics


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