RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2014

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383 Mapping carceral geography – confinement, closed spaces and affective atmospheres (3): Panel
Affiliation Geographies of Justice Research Group
Convenor(s) Dominique Moran (University of Birmingham, UK)
Anna Schliehe (University of Glasgow, UK)
Chair(s) Dominique Moran (University of Birmingham, UK)
Timetable Friday 29 August 2014, Session 3 (14:40 - 16:20)
Room Sherfield Building, Room 2
Session abstract This session builds on the previous two paper sessions to allow space for discussion of the nature and scope of carceral geography. With a panel made up of geographers and contributors from cognate disciplines, which also reflects the richness of scholarship in this field undertaken by Doctoral Researchers and Early Career Scholars, the discussion aims to focusing in particular on carceral geography’s interdisciplinary nature and potential.
Linked Sessions Mapping carceral geography – confinement, closed spaces and affective atmospheres (1)
Mapping carceral geography – confinement, closed spaces and affective atmospheres (2)
Contact the conference organisers to request a change to session or paper details: AC2014@rgs.org
Panel Discussion
Jennifer Turner (Aberystwyth University / University of Leicester, UK)
Anna Schliehe (University of Glasgow, UK)
Sarah Armstrong (University of Glasgow, UK)
Andrew M. Jefferson (DIGNITY – Danish Institute against Torture, Denmark)
Marie Hutton (University of Birmingham, UK)
This session builds on the previous two paper sessions to allow space for discussion of the nature and scope of carceral geography. With a panel made up of geographers and contributors from cognate disciplines, which also reflects the richness of scholarship in this field undertaken by Doctoral Researchers and Early Career Scholars, the discussion aims to focusing in particular on carceral geography’s interdisciplinary nature and potential.