Number of items: 5.
Moran, Dominique, Turner, Jennifer and Jewkes, Yvonne
Becoming big things: Building events and the architectural geographies of incarceration in England and Wales
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 41 (4).
Moran, Dominique, Jewkes, Yvonne and Turner, Jennifer
Prison design and carceral space
In: Jewkes, Yvonne, Crewe, Ben and Bennett, Jamie, eds.
Handbook on prisons.
Routledge, London, pp. 114-130.
Jewkes, Yvonne and Moran, Dominique
The paradox of the "green' prison: Sustaining the environment or sustaining the penal complex?
Theoretical Criminology, 19 (4).
Grant, E. and Jewkes, Yvonne
Finally Fit for Purpose: The Evolution of Australian Prison Architecture
Prison Journal, 95 (2).
Fear-suffused hell-holes: the architecture of extreme punishment
In: Reiter, K. and Koenig, A., eds.
Extreme punishment: comparative studies in detention, incarceration and solitary confinement.
Palgrave Studies in Prisons and Penology
2015, London, UK, pp. 14-31.
Recent research outputs include:
Jewkes, Y. and Linnemann, T. (forthcoming) Media and Crime in the USA, Los Angeles: Sage
Jewkes, Y., Bennett, J. and Crewe, B. (Eds.) (2016) Handbook on Prisons, revised 2nd edition, Abingdon: Routledge
Jewkes, Y. (2015) Media and Crime, revised 3rd edition, London: Sage
Jewkes, Y. (2016) ‘Designing Punishment in England and Wales: what can be learned from other countries about balancing security, creativity and humanity in contemporary correctional systems?’, Advancing Corrections 1(2): 25-37
Jewkes, Y. and Reisdorf, B. (2016) ‘A Brave New World: the problems and opportunities presented by new media technologies in prisons’ 16(5): 534–551
Lulham, R., Grant, L., Jewkes, Y. and Tomkin, D. (2016) “The risk of “a cold conservatism” in correctional facility design: the case for design innovation’, in Advancing Corrections 1(1) 12-25
Reisdorf, B. and Jewkes, Y. (2016) ‘(B)Locked Sites: A pilot study of Internet in British prisons’, Information and Communication and Society special issue commissioned by Association of Internet Researchers 19(6)771-786
Moran, D., Turner, J. and Jewkes, Y. (2016) ‘Becoming Big Things: Building events and the architectural geographies of incarceration in England and Wales’, in Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers
Minke, LK., Schinkel, M., Beijersbergen, K., Damboeanu, C., Dirga, L., Dirkzwager, A., Jewkes, Y., Knight, V., Moran, D., Palmen, H., Pricopie, V., Tartarini, F., Tomczak, P., Turner, J., Vanhouche, A., Wahidin, A. (2016) Multiple Perspectives on Imprisonment in Europe. Nordisk Tidsskrift for Kriminalvidenskab 103(3) 311-333
Jewkes, Y. and Moran, D. (2015) The paradox of the “green” prison: sustaining the environment or sustaining the penal complex? Theoretical Criminology 19(3)
Grant, E. and Jewkes, Y. (2015) Designs on punishment: evolving models of spatial confinement in Australia and the USA, The Prison Journal 95(2)
Moran, D. and Jewkes, Y. (2015) Linking the carceral and the punitive state: A review of research on prison architecture, design, technology and the lived experience of carceral space, Annales de Géographie 702-703: 163-184
Moran, D. and Jewkes, Y. (2015) ”Green” Prisons: Rethinking the “sustainability’ of the carceral estate, Geographica Helveticaspecial issue on ‘Criminality and carcerality across boundaries’, 69: 345-353
Jewkes, Y. (2014) Punishment in black and white: Penal ‘hell-holes’, popular media and mass incarceration, Atlantic Journal of Communication special issue on Reframing Race and Justice in the Age of Mass Incarceration 22(1): 42-60
Jewkes, Y. (2014) An Introduction to “Doing prison research differently”, Qualitative Inquiry 20(5)
Grant, E. & Jewkes, Y. (2014) ”More Important than guns or grog”: The role of television in the lives of Australian Aboriginal prisoners, Current Issues in Criminal Justice 25(2): 667-683
Jewkes, Y. (2013) Penitentiary systems in the era of Internet services, Laboratorium: Russian Review of Social Science, 2
Jewkes, Y. and Wykes, M. (2013) Reconstructing the sexual abuse of children: “Cyber-paeds”, panic and power, Sexualities 15 (8): 934–952
Jewkes, Y. (2012) Autoethnography and emotion as intellectual resources: Doing prison research differently, Qualitative Inquiry 18 (1): 63-75
Ayres, T. and Jewkes, Y. (2012) The haunting spectacle of crystal meth: A media created mythology? Crime, Media, Culture: An International Journal 8(3) 315–332
Hancock, P. and Jewkes, Y. (2012) Penal aesthetics and the pains of imprisonment, Punishment & Society, 13 (5) 611–629
Cross, S. and Jewkes, Y. (forthcoming) ‘The Architecture of Psychiatry and the Architecture of Incarceration’, in A. Mills and K. Kendall (eds.) Mental Health in Prisons: Critical Perspectives on Treatment and Confinement, London: Palgrave
Jewkes, Y., Peacock, M. and Turner, M. (forthcoming) ‘Ageing and Dying in Prison: End of Life Healthcare in Custodial Environments’, in M. Maycock and R. Meek (eds.) Prison Healthcare, London: Palgrave
Jewkes, Y. (in press) ‘England and Wales, Corrections in’ in K. Kerley (ed.) Encyclopedia of Corrections, Hoboken NJ: Wiley-Blackwell
Jewkes, Y. (2016) ‘The Tragicomedy of Perugia: Power and prejudice, visibility and invisibility in the making of a transnational, postmodern media story’, in L. Gies and M. Bortoluzzi (eds.) Transmedia Crime Stories: The Trial of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito in the Globalised Media Sphere, London: Palgrave
Jewkes, Y. and Moran, D. (2017) ‘Prison architecture and design: perspectives from criminology and carceral geography’, in A. Liebling, S. Maruna and L. McAra (eds.) Oxford Handbook of Criminology 6th edition, Oxford: Oxford University
Jewkes, Y., Moran, D. and Slee, E. (2017) ‘The visual retreat of the prison: non-places for non-people’, in M. Brown and E. Carrabine (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Visual Criminology
Jewkes, Y. and Wright, S. (2016) Researching the prison, in Y. Jewkes, J. Bennett and B. Crewe (Eds.) Handbook on Prisons revised 2nd edition, Abingdon: Routledge
Moran, D., Jewkes, Y. and Turner, J. (2016) Prison design and carceral space in Y. Jewkes, J. Bennett and B. Crewe (Eds.) Handbook on Prisons revised 2nd edition, Abingdon: Routledge
Jewkes, Y. (2015) Fear-suffused hell-holes: the architecture of extreme punishment, in K. Reiter and A. Koenig (Eds.)Extraordinary Punishment: An Empirical Look at Administrative Black Holes in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada, London: Palgrave
Jewkes, Y. (2015) Foreword: What has prison ethnography to offer in an age of mass incarceration? in D. Drake, R. Earle and J. Sloan (Eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Prison Ethnography, Basingstoke: Palgrave
Jewkes, Y. (2014) Afterword: Prison contraction in an age of expansion in Mathiesen, T. The Politics of Abolition Revisited, Oslo: Norwegian Universities Press
Jewkes, Y. (2013) Penal aesthetics and the pains of imprisonment in J. Simon, N. Temple and R. Tobe (Eds.) Architecture and Justice, Farnham: Ashgate
Jewkes, Y. (2013) On carceral space and agency, in D. Moran, N. Gill and D. Conlon, (Eds.) Carceral Spaces: Mobility & Agency in Imprisonment & Migrant Detention, Farnham: Ashgate
Cere, R., Jewkes, Y. and Ugelvik, T. (2013) Media and crime: a comparative analysis of crime news in the UK, Norway and Italy, in M. Hough et al (eds.) European Companion of Criminology, London: Routledge
Jewkes, Y. (2012) Prisons in M. Tonry (Ed.) Oxford Handbook Crime & Criminal Justice, OUP
Jewkes, Y. (2012) Penal aesthetics and the art of prison architecture, in Cheliotis, L. (Ed.) The Arts of Imprisonment: Essays on Control, Resistance & Empowerment, Farnham: Ashgate
Recent keynotes and plenaries include:
- Invited speaker, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, ‘Recent developments in prison planning and design across Europe: What constitutes a "well-designed" prison?’ Symposium on Transformations in European Prisons, 24 March, 2017
- Invited speaker, Birkbeck University, ‘The modern architecture of incarceration: from spectacular statement of sovereign power to (an)aesthetic symbol of public indifference’, 23 March, 2017
- Keynote speaker, ANZSOC annual criminology conference, Hobart, Tasmania, ‘No Brave New World: Limiting prisoners’ horizons in the name of public acceptability’, 2 December, 2016
- Invited speaker, John V Barry Annual Memorial Lecture in Criminology, University of Melbourne, Australia, ‘Designs on punishment: the architecture of incarceration and the architecture of hope’, 24 November, 2016
- Invited speaker, University of York Department of Sociology ‘“Architecture cures cancer”, but can it cure crime? The architecture of incarceration and the architecture of hope’, 9 November, 2016
- Keynote speaker, London Drug & Policy Forum, ‘New perspectives on offender rehabilitation: Promoting behavioural change through prison planning and design’, 30 September, 2016
- Interview for BBC Radio 4’s Analysis (about prison architecture, design and notion of ‘trust’) 30 September, 2016
- Plenary speaker and roundtable participant (with Prof Dick Hobbs and Dr Ben Crewe), annual ‘Ethnography’ symposium, University of Birmingham, 8–9 June, 2016
- Invited speaker, prison governors’ meeting, Clelland House MoJ, London, 11 May, 2016
- Invited speaker, Westminster Legal Policy Forum Keynote Seminar, London, ‘Priorities for prisons policy in England and Wales - the context for reform’, 18 April 2016
- Invited speaker, EuroPris – Prisons of the Future workshop, The Hague Netherlands, ‘Prisons and humanity’, 3 March 2016
- Invited speaker, University of Birmingham Law School, ‘ Prison architecture, design and technology and the lived experience of carceral space’, 27 November 2015
- Plenary speaker, International Corrections and Prisons Association (ICPA) Melbourne, Australia, ‘Designing punishment: balancing security, creativity and humanity in contemporary correctional systems’, 30 October 2015
- Invited speaker, University of Melbourne, ‘Criminology on trial – the role of auto-ethnography and emotion in research’, 26 October 2015
- Invited speaker, University of Melbourne, ‘Prison research masterclass’ (with Prof Alison Liebling), 25 October 2015
- Plenary speaker, Asian Conference on Cultural Studies (ACCS) Kobe, Japan, ‘Human rights, human wrongs: penal hell-holes, popular media and mass incarceration’, 30 May 2015
- Invited speaker, KRUS (Correctional Service of Norway) ‘Designing prisons, competing perspectives: who is the “client” in the commissioning process?’ 22 January 2015
- Invited speaker, Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Prisons, London, ‘Prison architecture, design and technology’, 28 January 2015