Volume 11, Issue 1 (2013) Women and ImprisonmentThis volume, edited by law professor Helen Codd with Mechthild Nagel, a social philosopher, focuses on historical and contemporary experiences faced by women in the global carceral. Authors also advocate reform and abolitionist strategies by drawing attention to imprisoned mothers and their families.
My Mom is Badder than Yours: Women Prisoners Demand Better Conditions for Motherhood Behind Bars
Meg Escude and Victoria Law
Cultural Appeal: The Hard Attribute of a Soft Trans-Ideology
Viorella Manolache and Henrieta A. Serban