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Abolition: Emancipation from the Carceral
Abolition: Emancipation from the Carceral shares contemporary visions of abolitionism as a twenty-first century continuation of the unfinished work of emancipation from slavery. Resisting carcerality—especially state apparatuses that maintain racialized inequality—this series offers a platform for the groundswell of new, interdisciplinary work extending the intellectual and political vision of abolitionism. The series reflects the activist orientation of abolition and highlights abolitionist creative practices that explore radical worlds beyond policing and prisons. For more details, see the series announcement.
Series editors: Michael Roy Hames-García and Micol Seigel
Series Advisory Board: Orisanmi Burton, Elizabeth Hinton, Joy James, Jenna M. Loyd, Beth E. Richie, and Dylan Rodriguez
Please send book proposals to: Mike Baccam
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Rethinking Safety and Confronting Police Violence
Over the last five years, headlines have thrust campus police departments from relative obscurity into the national spotlight. Campus constituents have called for campus police, as a tangible manifestation of the War on Crime within...