PARTNERS

Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ

Projects

States of Incarceration – The Cost of Immigrant Detention: How do Profits Shape Punishment?
Guantanamo Public Memory Project
– Constructing GTMO: How Do Policies Build Places?

Facilitators

Mark Tebeau, Associate Professor & Director of Public History
Leah Sarat, Assistant Professor of Religions of the Southwest Borderlands
Kristine Navarro-McElhaney, Program Manager, Public History

Funders

Public History Program, School of Historical, Philosophical & Religious Studies


Brown University
Providence, RI

Projects

States of Incarceration – Locked Up—Understanding Prison in Pre-modern Context: How Do Prisons Reflect Societal Values?
Guantanamo Public Memory Project – Haitians and GTMO: Who is a Refugee? What Makes a Refuge?
Guantanamo Public Memory Project – Resisting and Protesting Guantánamo

Facilitators

Monica Martinez, Assistant Professor of American Studies
Amy Remensnyder, Associate Professor of History
Susan Smulyan, Professor of American Studies, Director of John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage

Issue Partners

Brown History Education Prison Project

Funders

Office of the Dean of the College


DePaul University
Chicago, IL

Projects

States of Incarceration – Legacies and Voices: What Do You Want Your Legacy to be?

Facilitators

Amy Tyson, Associate Professor of History

Issue Partners

Inside/Out Prison Exchange Prison, Stateville Penitentiary

Funders

History Department


Duke University
Durham, NC

Projects

States of Incarceration – Death and Life at Central Prison: Who is the Death Penalty for?

Facilitators

Jessica Namakkal, Assistant Professor, International Comparative Studies
Robin Kirk, Executive Director, Duke Human Rights Center at the Franklin Humanities Institute

Funders

Office of the Dean of the Social Sciences, College of Arts & Sciences


Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Indianapolis, IN

Projects

States of Incarceration – Intersections of Mass Incarceration and Mental Illness: Why are Prisons the Nation’s Mental Hospitals?
Guantanamo Public Memory Project – Guantánamo Hits Home: How Has GTMO Affected America?
Guantanamo Public Memory Project
– Arts of Detention: What Does Art Reveal About GTMO?

Facilitators

Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Museum Studies; Director, Cultural Heritage Research Center
Modupe Labode, Assistant Professor of History and Museum Studies

Issue Partners

Indiana Medical History Museum
National Alliance on Mental Illness

Funders

Museum Studies Program


Northeastern University
Boston, MA

Projects

States of Incarceration – The Norfolk Prison Colony Debating Society: Are Prisons for Punishment or Rehabilitation?

Facilitators

Martin Blatt, Professor of the Practice in History
Victoria Cain, Assistant Professor of History

Funders

Public History Program


Parsons Paris
Paris, France

Projects

States of Incarceration – Michel Foucault and the Groupe D’Information sur les Prisons: How can Information Inspire Action?

Facilitators

Emmanuel Guy, Director of Art and Design History and Theory


Rutgers University-Newark
Newark, NJ

Projects

States of Incarceration – “Seeking Asylum, Resisting Detention”: How Can Detained Immigrants and Asylees Fight Back?

Facilitators

Tim Raphael, Associate Professor of Arts, Culture, and Media and Director of the Center for Migration and the Global City, Rutgers University – Newark
Mary Rizzo, Assistant Professor of Professional Practice; Associate Director of Public and Digital Humanities Initiatives

Issue Partners

American Friends Service Committee’s Immigrant Rights Program
Newest Americans Project

Funders

Center for Migration and the Global City


Rutgers University-New Brunswick
New Brunswick, NJ
Skidmore College
Saratoga Springs, NY

Projects

States of Incarceration – Closing a Prison, Deferring a Dream: What’s Lost when a Prison Closes?

Facilitators

Jordana Dym, Professor of History
Eric Morser, Associate Professor of History

Funders

Project Vis, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
John B. Moore Documentary Studies Collaborative Department
Department of History


The New School
New York, NY

Projects

States of Incarceration – Rikers Island, NY 11370: In Plain Sight: How do you see Rikers Island?

Facilitators

Julia Foulkes, Associate Professor of History, New School for Public Engagement
Radhika Subramaniam, Director of The Sheila Johnson Center and Assistant Professor of Art and Design History, Parsons The New School for Design

Issue Partner

Fortune Society

Funders

Executive Dean’s Office, Schools of Public Engagement
School Dean’s Office, SUS
Sheila C. Johnson Design Center
Zolberg Center on Migration and Mobility


University of Connecticut
Storrs, CT

Projects

States of Incarceration – Digging Deep into the Carceral Past: What Should Tourists Learn at a Historic Prison?

Facilitators

Micki McElya, Associate Professor of History
Tom Scheinfeldt, Associate Professor of Digital Media and Design; Director of Digital Humanities at the Digital Media Center

Funders

Africana Studies Institute
Archives and Special Collections of the UConn Libraries
Asian and Asian American Studies Institute, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
El Instituto: Institute of Latina/o, Caribbean, and Latin American Studies
Thomas J. Dodd Research Center
History Department
Human Rights Institute
Humanities Institute
Women’s, Gender & Sexualities Studies


University of California, Riverside
Riverside, CA

Projects

States of Incarceration – In Detention: How Have Youth been Criminalized?
Guantanamo Public Memory Project – The State of Detention: Is the US Sacrificing Civil Liberties to Secure Its Safety?

Facilitators

Cathy Gudis, Associate Professor of History and Director, Public History Program
Molly McGarry, Associate Professor of History

Funders

Office of the Dean, College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Science
Center for Ideas and Society, Humanities Interdisciplinary Program
Office of Undergraduate Education Academic Internships
Department of History
Department of Ethnic Studies
Department of Theatre, Film, and Digital Production (Tomás Rivera Endowed Chair)
Friends of Public History
Blum Initiative on Global and Regional Poverty
School of Public Policy


University of Massachusetts Amherst
Amherst, MA

Projects

States of Incarceration – Reforming Gender and the Carceral State: What are Women’s Prisons for?

Facilitators

Jessica Johnson, Outreach Director, History Department
Marla Miller, Professor of History and Director, Public History Program

Funders

Public History Program


University of Miami
Coral Gables, FL

Projects

States of Incarceration – Crimmigration at Krome: Processing Center or Prison?

Facilitators

Ashley Arostegui, Associate Director, Office of Civic and Community Engagement
Robin Bachin, Assistant Provost for Civic and Community Engagement

Issue Partners

Friends of Miami-Dade Detainees

Funders

Office of Civic and Community Engagement


University of Minnesota
Twin Cities, MN

Projects

States of Incarceration – Carceral Colonialism: Imprisonment in Indian Country: How has Settler Colonialism Shaped the Carceral State?
Guantanamo Public Memory Project – 
Closing Guantánamo: Who decides Guantánamo’s future?

Facilitators

Kevin Murphy, Associate Professor, History Department

Funders

College of Liberal Arts
Institute for Advanced Study


University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Greensboro, NC

Projects

States of Incarceration – Voices from the Chain Gang: What Can We Learn From Listening?
Guantanamo Public Memory Project – Behind the Cactus Curtain: How Do International Tensions Shape Everyday Lives?

Facilitators

Christopher Graham, Visiting Assistant Professor of History
Anne Parsons, Assistant Professor of History

Funders

History Department
Gayle Fripp Museum Studies Fund


University of New Orleans
New Orleans, LA

Projects

States of Incarceration – Windows on Angola Prison: Sentenced to Slavery, Stuck in Jim Crow?

Facilitators

Molly Mitchell, Associate Professor of History
Ben Weber, Department of History

Issue Partners

Midlo Center for New Orleans Studies


University of Texas at Austin
Austin, TX

Projects

States of Incarceration – Spatial Stories of Migration and Detention: How Does Architecture Shape Punishment?

Facilitators

Sarah Lopez, Assistant Professor, School of Architecture

Issue Partners

Casa Marianella
Grassroots Leadership
Center for Urban School Partnerships (CUSP)

Funders

The School of Architecture


Vanderbilt University
Nashville, TN

Projects

States of Incarceration – Prison Profiteering in a Nuclear Shadow: Why do Rural Communities Become Prison Towns?

Facilitators

Lisa Guenther, Associate Professor of Philosophy

Funders

Mona Fredrick, Robert Penn Warren Center
Jonathan Metzl, Medicine, Health, and Society
Dan Sharfstein, Law
Julian Wuerth, Philosophy
Elizabeth Meadows, Curb Center
Ellen Armour, Divinity
Dean Sloop, A&S