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Incarceration (Un)Interrupted: Reclaiming Bodies, Lands, and Communities: Dr. Joy James

Resource Guide for the 2019 International Round Table

Speaker: Dr. Joy James

Dr. Joy James is the F.C. Oakley Professor in Humanities at Williams College, where she teaches in Political Science, Africana Studies, Women and Gender Studies, and American Studies. She is the author of Shadowboxing: Representations of Black Feminist Politics and Resisting State Violence: Radicalism, Gender and Race in U.S. Culture. Her edited books include The New Abolitionists: (Neo)Slave Narratives and Contemporary Prison WritingsImprisoned IntellectualsStates of ConfinementThe Black Feminist Reader, and The Angela Y. Davis Reader.


Edited Works


The Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice's Carceral State Reading Group at Brown University presents, "The Architects of Abolitionism: George Jackson, Angela Davis, and the Deradicalization of Prison Struggles," a lecture and conversation with Joy James.