February 10, 2021 In the Press
“A particular set of constraints confronts incarcerated artists in their work: very little space, very few materials, but almost endless time.”
February 3, 2021 In the Press
Dan-el Padilla Peralta, a former instructor in Columbia’s Justice-in-Education program, is featured in the cover story of the New York Times Magazine.
January 27, 2021 JIE Updates
The Society of Fellows and Heyman Center for the Humanities received a $4,606 action grant for Rethinking Justice.
January 25, 2021 JIE Updates
Justice-in-Education and Covid-19 collects auto-ethnographies of incarcerated and formerly incarcerated writers as they respond to the initial Covid-19 lockdown in NYC.
January 25, 2021 Opportunities
PEN America’s Writing for Justice Fellowship commissions writers to create written works of lasting merit that illuminate critical issues related to mass incarceration...
December 15, 2020 In the Press
“‘American Rendition’ interweaves materials cherished by current and formerly incarcerated people into contemplative scenes.”
December 10, 2020 In the Press
Bad health care should never be part of someone’s penal sanction. Nor should we ignore failings on this front on the grounds that the people facing a health crisis are...
December 10, 2020 Opportunities
Professor Neni Panourgiá has created “‘Man-machine’: Medical Technology, Democracy, and the Question of the Human” a course open to students at Columbia University and...