Paths to Prison: On the Architectures of Carcerality
Edited by isabelle Kirkham-Lewitt
Paths to Prison aims to expand the ways the built environment's relationship to and participation in the carceral state is understood in architecture. The collected essays implicate architecture in the more longstanding and pervasive legacies of racialized coercion in the United States.
Published by Columbia Books on Architecture and the City
1.3" x 7.7" x 5.0" / 1.2 lbs