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 2 includes: EDITORIAL/Jeff Shantz, “In Defense of Radicalism” — FEATURES/Michael Loadenthal, “The Earth Liberation Front” — Angie Ng, “Fighting Inequality in Hong Kong: Lessons Learned from Occupy Hong Kong” — ARTS/pj lilley, “Art Through a Birch Bark Heart: An Illustrated Interview with Erin Marie Konsmo” — “Profiles: Families of Sisters in Spirit & Native Youth Sexual Health Network” — Marc James Léger, “Globalization and the Politics of Culture: An Interview with Imre Szeman” — INSURGENCIES/Ivan Greenberg, “Everyone is a Terrorist Now: Marginalizing Protest in the U.S.” — Christopher Petrella and Josh Begley, “The Color of Corporate Corrections: The Overrepresentation of People of Color in the For-Profit Corrections Industry” — BOOK REVIEWS/”The Criminal’s Handbook: A Practical Guide to Surviving Arrest in Canada” (C.W. Michael), reviewed by Tom C. Allen — “The Anti-Capitalist Resistance Comic Book” (Gord Hill), reviewed by Mike Larsen — “State Power and Democracy: Before and During the Presidency of George W. Bush” (Andrew Kolin), reviewed by G.G. Preparata — “Defying the Tomb” (Kevin “Rashid” Johnson), reviewed by Jeff Shantz
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