Radical Criminology, edited by Jeff Shantz [Kwantlen Polytecnic University, Vancouver, British Columbia], is dedicated to bridging the gap between the academy and the global activist community, especially with regard to state violence, state-corporate crime, the growth of surveillance regimes, and the prison-industrial complex. More pointedly, the journal aims to be not simply a project of critique, but is also geared toward a praxis of struggle, insurgence, and practical resistance. Issue 1 includes: EDITORIAL: Radical Criminology: A Manifesto; FEATURES: Security Assemblages and Spaces of Exception: The Production of (Para-)Militarized Spaces in the U.S. War on Drugs by Markus Kienscherf; Contesting the ‘Justice Campus’: Abolitionist Resistance to Liberal Carceral Expansion by Judah Schept; Cooperation versus Competition in Nature and Society: The Contribution of Piotr Kropotkin to Evolution Theory by Urbano Fra Paleo; ART: We are coming . . . strong . . . unstoppable: A Global Balkans Interview with Belgrade Artist Milica Ruzicic; + Zrenjanin, Jugoremedija, 2004 (a note on the cover painting); Series of paintings on police brutality by Milica Ruzicic; INSURGENCIES: Repression, Resistance, and the Neocolonial Prison Nation: Notes on the 2010 Struggle of the California Prisoners’ Hunger Strike by K. Kersplebedeb; Prison Expansionism, Media, and “Offender Pools”: An Abolitionist Perspective on the Criminalization of Minorities in the Canadian Criminal Justice System by Steven Nguyen; BOOK REVIEWS: The Red Army Faction—A Documentary History. Vol. I: Projectiles for the People, by J. Smith and Andre Moncourt (Eds.), reviewed by Guido G. Preparata; Freedom Not Yet: Liberation and the Next World Order, by Kenneth Surin, reviewed by Jeff Shantz
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