Dominique Moran Introduces You to Carceral Geographies

This review was originally published in The Canadian Geographer published by the Canadian Association of Geographers and is available here. Read this and more at AustinKocher.com.

Dominique Moran’s book, Carceral Geography: Spaces and Practices of Incarceration, is a significant contribution to the academic investigation of the explosive growth of incarceration. Carceral Geographies astutely interrogates the ways in which power over bodies becomes institutionalized in the form of prison spaces by reviewing the complex array of practices…