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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  09 April 2022

Lori Gruen
Affiliation:
Wesleyan University, Connecticut
Justin Marceau
Affiliation:
University of Denver Sturm College of Law
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Carceral Logics
Human Incarceration and Animal Captivity
, pp. v - viii
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2022
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Contents

  1. Notes on Contributors

  2. Acknowledgments

  3. Introduction

  4. Part ICarceral Thinking in Animal Protection: Justifications and RepudiationsIntroduction

    Lori Gruen and Justin Marceau

    1. 1Saved: The Historical Roots of Humane Carceral Logics in the United States

      Paula Tarankow

    2. 2Criminal Animal Abuse, Interconnectedness, and Human Morality

      Richard L. Cupp, Jr

    3. 3Giving a Voice to the Voiceless: A Prosecutor’s Efforts to Combat Animal Cruelty

      Ashley N. Beck

    4. 4Examining Anticruelty Enhancements: Historical Context and Policy Advances

      Pamela D. Frasch

    5. 5Carceral Progressivism and Animal Victims

      Benjamin Levin

  5. Part IIAnimal Law in Context: The Limits of Carceral StrategiesIntroduction

    Lori Gruen and Justin Marceau

    1. 6Spectacular Immigration Enforcement in Hidden Spaces

      Jennifer M. Chacón

    2. 7Against a “War on Animal Cruelty”: Lessons from the War on Drugs and Mass Incarceration

      Sam Kamin

    3. 8Criminalization as a Solution to Abuse: A Cautionary Tale

      Tamara L. Kuennen

    4. 9Humanizing Animals, Dehumanizing Humans

      Aya Gruber

    5. 10Treating Humans Worse Than Animals? Exposing a False Solitary Confinement Narrative

      Delcianna J. Winders

    6. 11Carceral Logics beyond Incarceration

      Justin Marceau

  6. Part IIIImplications of Carceral Spaces for Animals and for HumansIntroduction

    Lori Gruen and Justin Marceau

    1. 12Incarcerating Animals and Egregious Losses of Freedoms

      Jessica Pierce and Marc Bekoff

    2. 13Juvenile Smokescreens: Softening the Harm of Zoos, Aquaria, and Prisons through (Human) Children

      Maneesha Deckha

    3. 14Bovine Lives and the Making of a Nineteenth-Century American Carceral Archipelago

      Karen M. Morin

    4. 15Animals in Prison: Collateral Damage and Commodities of “Rehabilitation”

      Kelly Struthers Montford

    5. 16Political Prisoners and the Repression of Animal Liberation and Intersectional Environmental Justice Movements

      David N. Pellow

  7. Part IVChallenging Captivity and Changing Carceral ThinkingIntroduction

    Lori Gruen and Justin Marceau

    1. 17Cause Lawyering for the Caged: Invisibility, Moral Suasion, and Disenfranchisement in the Prisoners’ Rights and Animal Protection Movements

      Alan K. Chen and Vikram David Amar

    2. 18Litigating Animal Captivity: Habeas Corpus in the Carceral State

      Jessica Eisen

    3. 19“True” Imprisonment

      Douglas A. Kysar

    4. 20Imagining Animal Rights as a Civil Rights Movement

      Will Potter

    5. 21Abolition: Thinking beyond Carceral Logics

      Lori Gruen

  8. Index

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