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Publications and Resources

As Inside-Out has grown over the past few years, instructors have contributed to a widening body of publications about the impacts and potentials of the program and have presented their work at various state and national conferences (this is a partial list):

• American Society of Criminology

• American Sociological Association

• Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences

• Imagining America Conference

• American Democracy Project

• Association of American Colleges and Universities

• Justice Studies Association Conference

• Arts in Criminal Justice Conference

• Criminal Justice Educators’ Association of New York

• Pennsylvania Department of Corrections

• MASCA (The Mid-Atlantic States Correctional Association)


In addition, in sharing their innovative approaches to Inside-Out curricula, professors contribute to an ongoing list of new texts and resources that expand the possibilities of the Inside-Out model. Please take a moment to browse the breadth of reading, writing, viewing, and learning that Inside-Out has explored to date.


Side quote:

“Part of my personal philosophy has always been that in order to be a complete and fully realized person, you have to see and experience everything possible and that I could never completely understand myself without seeking to understand others. …A few months ago… I discovered the Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program and decided that this was exactly the type of unique experience that I always sought after and I was anxious to become a part of it. I didn’t know then how profoundly this experience would affect me.” (Outside Participant)


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