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
www.asc41.com

American Sociological Association
www.asanet.org

Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences
www.acjs.org

Imagining America Conference
www.imaginingamerica.org

American Democracy Project
www.aascu.org/programs/adp/about.htm

Association of American Colleges and Universities
www.aacu.org

Justice Studies Association Conference
www.justicestudies.org

Arts in Criminal Justice Conference
temple-news.com/2007/10/16

Criminal Justice Educators’ Association of New York
cjeanys.net

Pennsylvania Department of Corrections
http://www.cor.state.pa.us

MASCA (The Mid-Atlantic States Correctional Association)
www.corrections.com/masca

 

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.

 

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