Imprisoned slaves: a narrative inquiry into incarceration and education.

by Carol Mullen

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Imprisoned Selves calls for a new kind of vitality through re-education and alternative viewpoints of teacher education and research. It uses prison sites and various rehabilitative, schooling contexts as a place of inquiry into teacher and learned development.

In this tradition, jailed and imprisoned orators, writers, and intellectuals draw from personal experiences of incarceration, the narrative form of testimony, and the long history of slavery (beginning with the Transatlantic Slave Trade and slavery, and continuing with the Jim Crow racial caste system and lynching) to condemn the existence and expansion of the prison-industrial complex.

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Although narrative inquiry has a long intellectual history both in and out of education, it is increasingly used in studies of educational experience.

One theory in educational research holds that humans are storytelling organisms who, individually and socially, lead storied lives. Scroll through Netflix or any App Store, and odds are you will see countless shows exploring the criminal justice system. The popularity of shows like “Orange is the New Black,” “Prison.

The Growth of Incarceration in the United States recommends changes in sentencing policy, prison policy, and social policy to reduce the nation's reliance on incarceration.

The report also identifies important research questions that must be answered to provide a firmer basis for policy. A year ago, on my birthday, I spent hours waiting for a turn to speak at a meeting of Philadelphia City Council’s Poverty Committee.

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Through educators’ eyes: a narrative inquiry into teachers utilizing transformative pedagogy as a practice of freedom to build mutual understanding and respect between prisoners and university students.

Saint Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, PA. Philippon, C. Page 6 / October QCOSS submission – QPC Inquiry into Imprisonment & Recidivism Groups experiencing disadvantage who are vulnerable to injustice The recommendations of the Justice Project (Law Council of Australia, ) provide an analysis of the legal needs, barriers and service gaps and laws, policies and practices for.

The United States currently has over million prisoners incarcerated in federal, state, and local jails around the country. According to an April report by the Sentencing Project, that number presents a percent increase in incarcerations over the past 40 years.

This increase produces “prison overcrowding and fiscal burdens on states to accommodate a rapidly expanding penal system.

Prison Life and Reflections: Or a Narrative of the Arrest, Trial, Conviction, Imprisonment, Treatment, Observations, Reflections, and Deliverance of Work, Burr and Thompson, Who Suffered an Unjust and Cruel Imprisonment in Missouri Penitentiary, for Attempting to Aid Some Slaves to Liberty.

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Despite advances in LGBT rights and policies, research on queer teachers remains contextually undertheorized. Thus, this paper, based on life history interview, presents a narrative study of a non-local English teacher working in Thai higher education. The slave narratives had two main purposes. One was to expose the work- ings of slavery by cataloging the hard- ships, sufferings, and cruelties which the institution caused.

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