Counterveillance and Cultures of Transparency: Rethinking How We "See In" to Prison
Tuesday, June 13, 20239:00 am – 10:30 am EDT/GMT-4
9 AM New York l 3 PM Vienna
The Consortium for Liberal Arts in Prison, in partnership with OSUN and Incarceration Nations Network, invites individuals at member institutions to the next event in the BPI Global Initiatives Virtual Lecture Series.
This lecture series is designed for a global community of practitioners in different higher education contexts in prisons and carceral spaces around the world.
Dawn Moore will speak on “Counterveillance and Cultures of Transparency: Rethinking How We ‘See In’ to Prison.”
Moore is Professor of Law and Legal Studies, Criminology, Sociology and Social Work at Carleton University, located on the unceded and surrendered lands of the Algonquin, Anishnabek nation. Moore has published three books, including a monograph on the drug treatment court movement. Currently, Moore is completing a project on the lived experiences of gender based violence. She is also the primary investigator for the Prison Transparency Project, a seven-year study of prison oversight and carceral abuse of power in Spain, Argentina, and Canada.
This session, like all in the series, will include simultaneous translations in English and Spanish.