Historic Prison Museums and the Promise of the “New Museology”

Historic Prison Museums and the Promise of the “New Museology” MEGAN CULLEN TEWELL, MA  Theory and Practice, Vol. 1, 2018 Abstract With approximately two million people detained in jails and prisons, the United States possesses the highest incarceration rate in the world. This phenomenon characterizes the “carceral state,” or the network of formal and informal institutionsContinue reading “Historic Prison Museums and the Promise of the “New Museology””