May 3, 2018 In the Press
Creative Time, in partnership with The Fortune Society, artist Phil Collins and over 100 collaborators, presents Bring Down The Walls, a three-part public art project...
April 19, 2018 In the Press
Darryl Epps, 2017 JIE scholar, is featured in a recent article in the Cornell Chronicle.
February 16, 2018 In the Press
"Senate Leaders Reconsider Ban on Pell Grants for Prisoners" by Erica L. Green, published in The New York Times, February 15, 2018.
JIE Scholar Topeka K. Sam hosts a new groundbreaking show on SiriusXM Urban View Last Mile Second Chances.
January 5, 2018 In the Press
Topeka K. Sam hosts a new groundbreaking show on SiriusXM Urban View Last Mile Second Chances. Last Mile Second Chances is a continuation of the radio documentary 'The...
December 20, 2017 In the Press
Bernard Harcourt's article "The Ghoulish Pursuit of Executing a Terminally Ill Inmate" appears in this week's The New Yorker.
December 5, 2017 In the Press
Every year, hundreds of inmates from around the country submit poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and dramatic works to PEN America’s Prison Writing Contest, one of the few...
September 27, 2017 In the Press
CBS This Morning's Mark Albert reports on plans to expand prison education in New York. Interview with Columbia Professor of Philosophy Christia Mercer.
Justice-in-Education Scholars Program Director Nicole Callahan and Public Humanities Fellows Nicole Gervasio and Emily Hainze featured in Public Books' Virtual Roundtable on Engaged Scholarship and Teaching.
September 22, 2017 In the Press
Justice-in-Education Scholars Program Director Nicole Callahan and Public Humanities Fellows Nicole Gervasio and Emily Hainze featured in Public Books' Virtual Roundtable...
September 22, 2017 Press Releases
This report is an urgent call for a comprehensive philanthropic response to the growing crisis of criminalization. Over the past decade mass incarceration – the reality...