Members of the Education Justice Project give conference talks and publish articles about EJP and issues related to prison education more generally. We also give presentations about EJP in community settings and produce creative works. Demonstrating the positive impacts of prison higher education upon diverse populations is a part of our mission, and all EJP members—faculty, graduate students, staff, incarcerated EJP students, family members, and community partners—are encouraged to participate in this important aspect of our work.

 

EJP scholars come from across campus, including fields such as Creative Writing, Education Policy, Educational Psychology, German Studies, History, Landscape Architecture, Linguistics, Literature, Rhetoric, Theater, and Writing Studies. In addition, over 50 incarcerated EJP students have authored or coauthored scholarship and creative works. EJP students and alumni frequently submit papers to academic conferences. Incarcerated students are typically represented by a video recording of themselves delivering their paper, or by someone who reads their work in their absence. Pieces written by or coauthored with EJP students or alumni are indicated below with an asterisk.

 

We invite you to browse the EJP bibliography, to cite relevant scholarship in your own work, and to directly contact any of the authors if you have similar interests. If you would like to participate in EJP’s monthly Research Group meetings,a forum for discussing works-in-progress, please contact info@educationjustice.net. All are welcome.

 

Scholarly Publications and Presentations
Community Outreach
Creative Works

 

Scholarly Publications and Presentations

Becker, Robin

*Becker, Robin. (2015, November). Lockdown retrreat at a prison ashram–nine days of cool boredom. Paper presented at the National Conference on Higher Education in Prison. Pittsburgh, PA.

Berry, Patrick

Berry, Patrick. (2014, March). Prison networks: Broadcasting why prison writing matters. Workshop co-chair with Laura Rogers, Conference on College Composition and Communication, Indianapolis, IN.

Berry, Patrick. (2014, March). Networking both ways: What prison can teach us about literacy. Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Indianapolis, IN.

Berry, Patrick. (2013, November). What can the prison teach us about literacy? Paper presented at the National Council of Teachers of English, Boston, MA.

Berry, Patrick. (2013, November). Literacy, rhetoric, and hope in an age of mass incarceration. Invited talk given to the Literacy Studies Initiative, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.

Berry, Patrick. (2013, June). Barred access: Computers and writing in prison. Paper presented at Computers and Writing, Frostburg, MD.

Berry, Patrick. (2013, March). Prison stories and ethics in conducting research. Paper presented at a workshop on Making Lives Behind Bars Visible: Literacy Programs and Activism at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Las Vegas, NV.

Berry, Patrick. (2013). Doing time with literacy narratives. Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture, 14(1), 137-160.

Berry, Patrick. (2012, November). This I believe: Literacy, prison, and possibility. Invited paper at the annual meeting of the Social Science History Association, Vancouver, British Columbia.

Berry, Patrick. (2012, October). The literacy payoff: Promises from Prison. Paper presented at the Thomas R. Watson Conference on Rhetoric and Composition, Louisville, KY.

Berry, Patrick. (2012, May). Why I teach in prison. Paper presented at a Syracuse University conference on Activism, Rhetoric, and Research, Syracuse, NY.

Berry, Patrick. (2012, May). Prison IDs: Contradictory visions of literacy, schooling, and identity. Paper presented at the Rhetoric Society of America Biennial Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Berry, Patrick. (2012, March). Ethnography of a prison. Paper presented at a workshop on “Opening Prison Gates: Creating, Sustaining, Researching, and Extending Literacy Programs behind Bars” at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, St. Louis, MO.

Berry, Patrick. (2011, April). Time and doing time with literacy narratives. Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA.

Berry, Patrick. (2011, January). Time and doing time with literacy narratives. Paper presented at the Modern Language Association Convention, Los Angeles, CA.

Berry, Patrick. (2010, October). More than words: Prison matters and materials. Paper presented at the annual convention of the National Council for Teachers of English, Orlando, FL.

Berry, Patrick. (2010, May). Virtual-less home: Online compositions from prison. Paper presented at the Computers and Writing conference, West Lafayette, IN.

Berry, Patrick. (2010, May). Reading, writing and recidivism: Rhetorics of literacy in the prison classroom. Paper presented at the biennial conference of the Rhetoric Society of America, Minneapolis, MN.

Berry, Patrick. (2010, March). Prison business: A contextual approach to teaching professional writing. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Association of Teachers of Technical Writing, Louisville, KY.

Berry, Patrick. (2010, March). Literacy promises: Teachers, composition, and the prison. Paper presented at the Qualitative Research Network of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Louisville, KY.

Brawn, Michael, et al.

*Brawn, Michael & Erin Castro. (2015, November). Why we should be critical of critical pedagogy in prison: A conversation between an incarcerated student and a non-incarcerated teacher. Paper presentation at the American Educational Studies Association (AESA), San Antonio, Texas.

*Brawn, Michael, & Cabrales, Jose. (2014, April). Humanities education across prison boundaries. Paper presented at the Undergraduate Research Symposium, Urbana, IL.

Cabrales, Jose

*Cabrales, Jose. (2012, December). A letter to adult ESL educators. The Illinois TESOL-BE Link, 40(4), 9-13. Retrieved at http://www.itbe.org/docs/The%20Link%20Winter%20Issue%202012%20Dec.pdf

Cappas-Toro, Pamela, et al.

*Cappas-Toro, Pamela, Andy Eisen, Orlando Mayorga, Elfego G. Nunez, Otilio E. Rosas, Luis Saucedo, Andra D. Slater, & Augie M. Torres (2014, July). Education under restraint: Teaching and learning Latina/o studies in Danville Prison. Panel presented at Imagining Latina/o Studies: Past, Present, and Future: An International Latina/o Studies Conference, Chicago, IL.

Castro, Erin

Castro, Erin L. (2014, November). Beyond academia: Reaching a broader audience [Invited talk]. Paper presented at the American Educational Studies Association conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Castro, Erin, et al.

*Castro, Erin L., Michael Brown, Daniel E. Graves, Orlando Mayorga, Johnny Page, Andre Slater. (2015). Higher Education in an Era of Mass Incarceration: Possibility Under Restraint. Journal of Critical Scholarship on Higher Education and Student Affairs 1(2): http://commons.luc.edu/jchesa/vol1/iss1/2

*Castro, Erin L., Rebecca Ginsburg, Rob Scott, Michael Brawn, Kenneth Davis, Daniel Graves, Orlando Mayorga, Johnny Page, & Andra Slater. (2013, November). Higher education in an era of mass incarceration: Considerations for policy, practice, and the future of democracy. Symposium presented at the 38th annual conference of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, St. Louis, MO.

*Castro, Erin L., Rob Scott, Michael Brawn, Johnny Page, Orlando Mayorga, & Andre Slater. (2012, November). Higher education under constraint: Highlighting the scholarship of college students who are incarcerated. Symposium presented at the American Educational Studies Association conference, Seattle, WA.

Colson, Dan

Colson, Dan. (2012). Geographies of prejudice: Self-narration and radical teaching in the prison. Radical Teacher, 95, 51-55.

Colson, Dan. (2011, April). From the cellblock to the quad: Geographies of prejudice. Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA.

Colson, Dan. (2009, November). Teaching in the panopticon: Prison literature and pedagogy. Paper presented at the South Atlantic Modern Language Association convention, Atlanta, GA.

Dace, Tracy, et al.

Dace, Tracy, Rebecca Ginsburg, & Anna Kurhajec. (2010, April).  The challenge and promise of prison higher education programs. Panel presented at the Diversity and Democracy, Conference of the Center for Democracy in a Multiracial Society, Urbana, IL.

Eisen, Andy

Eisen, Andy. (2014, April). “My dungeon shook”: Teaching history in Danville prison. Invited talk at History in Progress, Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, IL.

Ginsburg, Rebecca

Ginsburg, Rebecca (2016, March). Incarceration in America. Talk at La Casa Cultural, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2015, October). College in prison? Invited talk presented at Stetson University, Florida.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2015, October). Education+justice: How and why prisons and universities can partner for a better world. Invited talk presented at SUNY Brockport.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2015, September). Why universities belong in prison. Invited talk presented at Washington University in St. Louis.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2014). “Knowing that we are making a difference”: A case for critical prison programming. In D. Larson (Ed.), The beautiful prison (special edition of Studies in Law, Politics, & Society).

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2014, November). Higher education in prison: The View from Illinois. Invited talk presented at New York University.

Ginsburg, Rebecca (2014, April). Ethics and prison education. Keynote address presented at the Educational Justice & Appalachian Prisons Symposium, Morgantown, WV.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2014, March). Broadcasting the voices of incarcerated university students. Keynote at workshop on “Prison networks: Broadcasting why prison writing matters,” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Indianapolis, IN.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2013, April). Power and privilege in prison education programs. Invited talk presented at 3rd annual Conference on Higher Education in Prison, St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2013, March). The injuries of separation: Race and the American carceral landscape. Invited talk presented at the Conference on Race, Place, and Nature, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2012, October). Educating on the inside: Prison education and social justice. Invited talk presented at Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO.

Rebecca Ginsburg gave talk at Wash U in St. Louis in October 2012.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2012, April). The University of Illinois’ Education Justice Project. Invited Talk presented at Correctional Educational Association Region III and IV Conference, Effingham, IL.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2012, March). Creating and sustaining a prison education program. Paper presented at a workshop on “Opening Prison Gates: Creating, Sustaining, Researching, and Extending Literacy Programs behind Bars” at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, St. Louis, MO.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2011, November). The University of Illinois’ Education Justice Project’s evaluation program. Paper presented at a panel on Assessment Tools at the National Conference on Prison Higher Education, Seattle, Washington.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2011, August). The Education Justice Project’s Chicago youth violence initiative. Paper presented at the Association of Black Sociologists’ Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2011, May). Prison education and the Reasonable Person Model. Paper presented at the Environmental Design Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2010, October).  Education Justice Project: Family and Community Engagement. Paper presented at the Symposium on Higher Education in Prison: Strategies for Action, Urbana, IL.

Ginsburg, Rebecca, et al.

*Ginsburg, Rebecca and Robert Garite. (2015, November). Futures [of higher education in prison]. Invited Presentation at the National Conference on Higher Education in Prison, Pittsburgh, PA.

Ginsburg, Rebecca, Ellen Lagemann, chair, Daniel Karpowitz, Jed Tucker. (2015, April). College in prison: A necessity in moving ‘toward justice’. Panel at American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Ginsburg, Rebecca, Robert Scott, Kyes Stevens, Brady Heiner. Starting and sustaining a prison higher education program. Panel discussion at First UM Conference on Rethinking Mass Incarceration in the South, Oxford, MS.

Ginsburg, Rebecca, Robert Scott, and Simone Davis. (2013, November). A critical look at funding for prison education programs. Panel presented at the American Studies Association, Washington D.C.

Ginsburg, Rebecca, & Anna Kurhajec. (2010, November). Participants in the roundtable on the value of higher education in prisons, American Studies Association, San Antonio, TX.

Holding, Cory

Holding, Cory. (2012, March). Rhetoric and performance in prison. Paper presented at a workshop on “Opening Prison Gates: Creating, Sustaining, Researching, and Extending Literacy Programs behind Bars” at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, St. Louis, MO.

Holding, Cory. (2011, April). Configuring conviction, performing in prison. Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA.

Jones, Reggie

*Jones, Reggie. (2015, November). Prison bunk politics. Paper presented at the National Conference on Higher Education in Prison. Pittsburgh, PA.

Kurhajec, Anna, et al.

*Kurhajec, Anna, & Rushika Patel, with Earl M. Walker, Johnny Page, Robert Matthew Reed, Daniel Graves, Leroy Brown, Robert Garite, Larry Brent, Jr., Tyrone F. Muhammad, Otilio E. Rosas, William Wells, Michael Brawn, David Staples, Carlton Gray. (2010, April). Social justice and higher education from the prison industrial complex. Panel at the 2nd Annual Undergraduate and Graduate Social Justice Conference, Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL.

Moen, Bridgette, et al.

Moen, Bridgette, and William Sullivan. (2012, March). Landscape laboratory at Danville prison. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture, Champaign, IL.

Olinger, Andrea, et al.

*Olinger, Andrea, Hugh Bishop, Jose R. Cabrales, Rebecca Ginsburg, Joseph L. Mapp, Orlando Mayorga, Elfego Nunez, Otilio Rosas, Andre D. Slater, LuAnn Sorenson, Jim Sosnowski, & Agustin Torres. (2012). Prisoners teaching ESL: A learning community among “Language Partners.” Teaching English in the Two-Year College, 40(1), 68-83.

*Olinger, Andrea, with Otilio Rosas. (2012, May). Behind the collective “we”: The politics of coauthoring in prison. Paper presented at the Rhetoric Society of America Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Page, Johnny

Page, Johnny. (2015, November). The social good. Paper presented at the National Conference on Higher Education in Prison. Pittsburgh, PA.

Pinkert, Anke

Pinkert, Anke. (2014). Rethinking the Humanities through teaching the Holocaust in prison. In D. Larson (Ed.), The beautiful prison (special issue for Studies in Law, Politics, and Society).

Pinkert, Anke. (2014, May). Radical bonds: Collaborating across prison boundaries. Paper presented at the 5th Global Conference: Experiencing Prison: A Person’s Project, Inter-Disciplinary.Net, Lisbon, Portugal.

Pinkert, Anke. (2014, April). Transformational learning in the Education Justice Project. Paper Presented on the Conference on “Combat to College: Assisting in Student Veteran Success.” Illinois Board of Higher Education/Illinois State University, Bloomington-Normal, IL.

Pinkert, Anke. (2014, April). Public humanities across prison boundaries. Paper presented at the Philosophy of Education research group, College of Education, Urbana, IL.

Pinkert, Anke. (2014, January). Publicly engaged humanities teaching and research: Across prison boundaries. Paper presented at the 129th annual Modern Language Association convention, Chicago, IL.

Pinkert, Anke. (2013, September). Publicly-engaged humanities: A practice of truth? Paper presented at the Symposium on “Truth,” Humanities Center, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI.

Pinkert, Anke. (2013, March). Transforming the humanities through higher education in prison. Paper presented at the 2013-14 Fellows Seminar, Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities, Urbana, IL.

Pinkert, Anke. (2012, November). Restorative pedagogy: Teaching about the German past in a US prison. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Philadelphia, PA.

Pinkert, Anke. (2011, April).  Rethinking the humanities though higher education in prison. Paper presented at the Midwest Symposium of German Studies, Urbana, IL.

Pinkert, Anke, et al.

*Pinkert, Anke, with Michael Brawn, Jose Cabrales, & Gregory Donatelli. (2012). The transformative power of Holocaust education in prison: A teacher and student account. Radical Teacher, 95, 60-65.

*Pinkert, Anke, with Michael Brawn, Jose Cabrales, & Gregory Donatelli. (2012, October). Rejecting victimhood, reclaiming agency: Education behind bars–a teacher and student account. Paper presented at the Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities Symposium, Resentment’s Conflicts, Urbana, IL.

*Pinkert, Anke, with Michael Brawn, Jose Cabrales, & Gregory Donatelli. (2012, March). Mending communities through Holocaust education in prison. Paper presented at a panel on Trauma, Recovery, and Community at the Annual Meeting of the American Comparative Literature Association, Providence, RI.

Rosas, Otilio

*Rosas, Otilio. (November, 2015). Cooking mole as a form of resistance: Redefining our space and identity, and reclaiming our autonomy. Paper presented at the National Conference on Higher Education in Prison. Pittsburgh, PA.

Shea, Chrisopher

*Shea, Chrisopher. (November, 2015). Comparison of four college experiences/ways of learning, three in carceral settings. Paper presented at the National Conference on Higher Education in Prison. Pittsburgh, PA.

Shelledy, Maggie

Shelledy, Maggie. (November, 2015). Beyond recidivism: Making the case for higher education in prison. National Conference on Higher Education in Prison. Pittsburgh, PA.

Verderame, Michael

Verderame, Michael. (2013, January). Teaching Jane Austen in prison. Paper presented at the annual convention of the Modern Language Association, Boston, MA.

Rouillon, Vanessa, et al.

Rouillon, Vanessa, and Martha Webber. (2012, March). Representing the writing center: Activism in and beyond center locations. Round Robin session presented at the International Writing Centers Association (IWCA) Collaborative @ CCCC, St. Louis, MO.

Ruggles, D. Fairchild, et al.

Ruggles, D. Fairchild, with Hugh Bishop, Rebecca Ginsburg, Audrey Petty, Anke Pinkert, and Agniezska Tuszynska. (forthcoming in 2014). The humanity of teaching: Reflections from the Education Justice Project. In A. Burton & M.-A-. Winkelmes (Eds.), An Illinois Sampler: Talking about Teaching on the Prairie. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.

Schrag, David, et al.

*Schrag, David, Agustin Torres, & Andre Slater. (2014, October). Prison writings” and voice: Autoethnography and critical education within and against the constraints of incarceration. Panel presented at the Watson Conference on Rhetoric and Composition, Louisville, KY.

Scott, Rob

Scott, Rob. (2012). Distinguishing radical teaching from merely having intense experiences while teaching in prison. Radical Teacher, 95, 22-31.

Scott, Rob. (2012, November). Prison abolition and teaching inside carceral institutions. Presentation given for a roundtable at the Critical Prison Studies caucus at the Annual Meeting of the American Studies Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Scott, Rob, et al.

*Scott, Rob, Willie Fullilove, Tyrone F. Muhammad, Erick Nava, Luis Saucedo, Earl Walker, & William Wells. (2011, April). Analysis of trends in New York Times reporting on education in 2010. Paper presented at the 2nd Annual College of Education Graduate Student Conference, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL

Shakur, Haneef

*Shakur, Haneef. Higher education in prison is the key to prison reduction. (2015, November). National Conference on Higher Education in Prison, Pittsburgh, PA.

Sullivan, William

Sullivan, William. (2011, May). RPM and the sustainable prison landscape. Paper presented at the Environmental Design Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Symes, Carol

Symes, Carol. (2013). The Shakespeare teacher: Shakespeare’s Globe and the prisoner’s world. In A. Burton (Ed.), The feedback loop: Historians talk about the links between research and teaching (pp. 21-28). Washington, DC: American Historical Association.

Tillman, Ayesha, Nora Gannon-Slater, & Jennifer Greene

Tillman, Ayesha, Nora Gannon-Slater, & Jennifer Greene. (2013, April). Evaluating prison education with and for justice. Seminar sponsored by the Center for Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Assessment, Urbana, IL.

Greene, Jennifer, Ayesha Tillman, & Nora Gannon-Slater. (2012, October). Evaluation with and for justice. Panel presented at the American Evaluation Association, Minneapolis, MN.

Tuszynska, Agnieszka

Tuszynska, Agnieszka. (2012, January). What I learned from teaching in a prison. IPRH blog. Retrieved from http://iprh.wordpress.com/2012/01/28/what-ive-learned-from-teaching-in-a-prison-agnieszka-tuszynska/

Webber, Martha, et al.

Webber, Martha, Audrey Petty, Baron Haber, Amy Sayre-Roberts, & Cory Holding. (2012, February-March). Writing from the inside: Pedagogical concerns for teaching creative writing in prisons. Panel presented at the Association of Writers and Writing Programs Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

 

Community Outreach

Bishop, Hugh, et al.

Bishop, Hugh, Audrey Petty, Agnieszka Tuszynska, & William Sullivan. (2011, November). What I’ve learned from teaching in a prison: Education Justice Project. Panel presented at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL.

Cabrales, Jose, et al.

*Cabrales, Jose, Joseph Mapp, Orlando Mayorga, Erick Nava, Elfego Nunez, & Augie Torres. (2013, February). Language partners. Panel on incarceration and violence for the Community Conversation on Crime, Diversity, and Equality at the Sesquicentennial of the Emancipation Proclamation, Urbana, IL.

Cappas-Toro, Pamela, et al.

Cappas-Toro, Pamela, & Carmen Lowry. (2013, November). Displaced voices: Stories from Syrian women in refugee camps and men in the Danville Correctional Center. Panel presented at Stetson University, DeLand, FL.

Cappas-Toro, Pamela, John Lang, Carol Symes, & James Kilgore. (2013, February). What I’ve learned from teaching in a prison. Panel presented at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL.

Colson, Dan, et al.

Colson, Dan, Anna Kurhajec, Rachel Rasmussen, William Sullivan, & Katie Walkiewicz. (2009, October). What I’ve learned from teaching in a prison: Humanities at Danville Correctional Center. Panel presented at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL.

Garite, Robert, et al.

*Garite, Robert, Chris Garner, Daniel Graves, Tyrone F. Muhammad, Kemuyah Ben Rakemeyahu, Otilio Rosas, E. K. Sanders, Andra Slater, David Todd, Agustin Torres, & Otis Williams. (2012, October). Harvest wire: A literary event. (organized by Audrey Petty and Laura Adamczyk). Presented  as part of Beyond Lines: Limited Expressions from the Men within Danville Prison Art Exhibit at the University YMCA, Urbana, IL.

Ginsburg, Rebecca

Ginsburg, Rebecca (2016, July). Courageous Conversation: School to Prison Pipeline. Talk to First Presbyterian Church of Champaign, IL.

Ginsburg, Rebecca (2016, 2015, July). Incarceration and the American dream. Talk to the Global Institute for Secondary Educators, Champaign, IL.

Ginsburg, Rebecca (2016, April). Education Justice Project. Talk to Rotary District Conference, Normal, IL.

Ginsburg, Rebecca (2016, January). Higher Education in Prison and Reentry. Talk to Urbana Human Relations Commission, Urbana, IL.

Ginsburg, Rebecca (2015, March). Education Justice Project. Talk to the Community United Church of Christ, Champaign, IL

Ginsburg, Rebecca (2015, July). The RIPPLE Effect: Reaching inside prisons with purpose and love. Talk to Urbana Rotary, Urbana, IL.

Ginsburg, Rebecca (2014, September). Education Justice Project. Talk to Prison Justice Project, Urbana, IL.

Ginsburg, Rebecca (2014, September). Education Justice Project. Talk at Inclusive Illinois, Urbana, IL.

Ginsburg, Rebecca (2014, May). Following pathways already tred. Panel discussion at Renewing Communities, Los Angeles, CA.

Ginsburg, Rebecca (2014, April). Mass incarceration and the Education Justice Project. Talk to University of Illinois Law School ACLU, Urbana, IL.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2014, February). Humanity/ies in prison. talk at Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities Scoops, Urbana, IL.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2014, February). Education Justice Project. Talk at Urbana Rotary Club, Urbana, IL.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2013, November). Education Justice Project. Talk at Global Urban Challenges, Chicago, IL.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2013, November). Education Justice Project. Talk at Sunrise Rotary Club, Danville, IL.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2013, November). Education Justice Project. Talk at CU Sunrise Rotary Club, Champaign, IL.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2013, September). Guest on ACCES Live Radio Show. Champaign-Urbana, IL: WBCP 1580 AM.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2013, September). Teaching on the inside: Reflections from the Education Justice Project. Paper presented at the University Y Friday Forum, Urbana, IL.

Ginsburg, Rebecca (2013, July). What is a prisoner? Reflections on my work with the Education Justice Project. Talk at Unitarian Universalist Church, Urbana, IL.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2013, Feburary). The Story of the Education Justice Project. Talk to the student chapter of the League of Women Voters, Champaign, IL.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2012, November). Guest on ACCESS Live Radio Show, Champaign-Urbana WBCP 1580 AM.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2013, September). Teaching on the Inside: Reflections from the Education Justice Project. Invited talk at the University Y Friday Forum, Champaign, IL.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2012, September). Guest on ACCESS Live Radio Show, Champaign-Urbana WBCP 1580 AM.

Ginsburg, Rebecca. (2010, November). Locked up and locked out? Higher education and searching for the American Dream in prison. Invited talk presented at the University Y Friday Forum, Champaign, IL.

Ginsburg, Rebecca, et al.

*Ginsburg, Rebecca, Andre Slater and Augie Torres. (2015, March). The Education Justice Project: Building skills for reentry. Presentation to Leadership Greater Chicago, Chicago, IL.

*Ginsburg, Rebecca and Robert Garite and Augie Torres. (2015, February). Education and incarceration. Presentation to graduate social work class at the University of Chicago, Chicago, IL.

*Ginsburg, Rebecca, James Kilgore, Rob Scott, Russell von Shelby, & Darrell Wright. (2012, September). Higher education in prison. Panel at the University YMCA, Urbana, IL.

Kurisu, Sheri-Lynn

Kurisu, Sheri-Lynn. (2012, October). Families of the incarcerated. Forum presented as part of Beyond Lines: Limited Expressions from the Men within Danville Prison Art Exhibit at the University YMCA, Urbana, IL.

Lieberman, Jenni, et al.

Lieberman, Jenni, D. Fairchild Ruggles, & Rob Scott. (2010, February). Reflections on prison teaching: Education Justice Project. Panel presented at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL.

Micale, Mark, et al.

Micale, Mark, Dannie Otto, Anke Pinkert, & James Kilgore. (2010, November). What I’ve learned from teaching in a prison: Education Justice Project. Panel presented at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL.

Mitchell, Marlon, et al.

*Mitchell, Marlon, Jobie Taylor, Julian Thompson, & Earl Walker. (2013, November). A place at the table: Re-entry after incarceration [Panel presentation]. Prison Justice Project Forum, Urbana, IL.

Pinkert, Anke

Pinkert, Anke. (2012, September). Prisons in the media. Presentation given as part of Beyond Lines: Limited Expressions from the Men within Danville Prison Art Exhibit at the University YMCA, Urbana, IL.

Productive Prison Landscape Group

Becker, Robert, Robert Garite, James Green, Cragg Hardaway, Orlando Mayorga, Johnny Page, Chad Rand, Otilio Rosas, Samuel Santiago, Luis Saucdeo, & Juan Sewell, (2014). Composting in prison: Guidelines based on a pilot program at Danville Correctional Center, Illinois (L. Larsen & W. Sullivan, Eds.). Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Board of Trustees.

Ruggles, Dede, et al.

Ruggles, Dede, & William Sullivan. (2013, September). Why UIUC Needs the Education Justice Project. Presentation given to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Dial Club, Urbana, IL.

Sorgert, Becca

Sorgert, Becca. (2013, April). Fostering partnerships between academic librarians, prison librarians and higher education programs in prison. Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library Lightning Talk, Urbana, IL.

Symes, Carol

Symes, Carol. (2012, October). King Richard from the Block: How prison actors transformed Shakespeare and vice versa. Presentation given as part of Beyond Lines: Limited Expressions from the Men within Danville Prison Art Exhibit at the University YMCA, Urbana, IL.

Symes, Carol. (2012). The EJP experience. In M. Micale & C. Koslofsky (Eds.), History @ Illinois (p. 10). Urbana, IL: UIUC Department of History.

Creative Works

Bangsengthong, Chittakone

*Bangsengthong, Chittakone. (2013, December). Mindfulness: A method to curb bullying and violent behavior, open minds with love and compassion [op-ed]. Smile Politely: Champaign-Urbana’s Online Magazine.

Berry, Terry, et al.

*Berry, Terry, Larry Brent, LeVerne Clayton, Willie Fullilove, Robert Garite, Carlton “C.G.” Gray III, Vanness Hall, Tremain Leggans, Haneef Lurry, Abraham McCormick, T. Ray X McDowell, Joseph P. Mingarelli, Michael Otis, Johnny Page, Robert M. Reed, Samuel “Qa-wee” Richmond, Otilio E. Rosas, Andra D. Slater, David Todd, Earl Walker, William Wells, & Otis C. Williams. (2009, December). Moving the world: A celebration of writing and community [Symposium]. Danville, IL. (curated by Patrick Berry and Cory Holding)

Brawn, Michael, et al.

*Brown, Michael, LeRoy Brown, LeVerne Clayton, Willie Fullilove, daniel e. graves, Carlton “CG” Gray III, Haneef Jeffrey Lurry, Tyrone F. Muhammad, Otilio E. Rosas, Andra D. Slater, David Todd, Earl Walker, Andre Williams, & L.C. Williams, Sr. (2013). Visions from the pen: Memories, incarceration, metamorphosis. Urbana, IL.

El-Shabazz, Mustafa Malik

*El-Shabazz, Mustafa Malik. (2014, June 28). A revolutionary act [blog post]. Education Justice Project.

Garite, Robert

*Garite, Robert. (2014). The rail. Intertext 2014 (pp. 46-47). Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Writing Program.

Garite, Robert, et al.

*Garite, Robert, Chris Garner, daniel e. graves, Tony Hillard, Tyrone F. Muhammad, Kemuyah Ben Rakemeyahu, Otilio Rosas, E. K. Sanders, Andra D. Slater, David Todd, Agustin Torres, Earl Walker, & Otis Williams. (2012, Summer). Winter Harvest: A collection of personal essays of the Education Justice Project (edited by Audrey Petty). Urbana, IL.

Language Partners

*Cooking with the Language Partners: Recipes from the Education Justice Project’s Language Partners Program, 2011-2012. (2013, April). Urbana, IL.

Rosas, Otilio E.

*Rosas, Otilio E. (2014). Ancestry. Corazón Land Review: A Midwest Journal of Latino Literature 1(2).

*Rosas, Otilio E. (2013, December). The dying art of letter writing [op-ed]. Smile Politely: Champaign-Urbana’s Online Magazine.

Ross, Shawn Llewellyn

*Ross, Shawn Llewellyn. (2013, December). Difficult discussions to alleviate racial angst in America [op-ed]. Smile Politely: Champaign-Urbana’s Online Magazine.

Sanders, Emmett

*Sanders, Emmett. (2014). Rhetorical listening. Intertext 2014 (pp. 48-49). Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Writing Program.

*Sanders, Emmett K. (2013, March). Untitled [poem]. The Public i. Retrieved from the Urbana-Champaign Independent Media Center Website,http://publici.ucimc.org/?p=49537

Santiago, Samuel

*Santiago, Samuel. (2013, December). Transformation through education [op-ed]. Smile Politely: Champaign-Urbana’s Online Magazine.

Saucedo, Luis

*Saucedo, Luis. (2014). Creating our image. Corazón Land Review: A Midwest Journal of Latino Literature 1(2).

*Saucedo, Luis. (2014). Abrelatas. Corazón Land Review: A Midwest Journal of Latino Literature 1(2).

*Saucedo, Luis. (2013, November). Two wake-up calls for the government [op-ed]. Smile Politely: Champaign-Urbana’s Online Magazine.

Swami, R. B.

*Swami, R. B. (2013, March). TranscenDance [poem]. The Public i. Retrieved from the Urbana-Champaign Independent Media Center Website, http://publici.ucimc.org/?p=49537

Torres, Augie M.

*Torres, Augie M. (2014, July). Publishing as an incarcerated writer [blog post]. Education Justice Project.

*Torres, Augie M. (2014). Someday. Corazón Land Review: A Midwest Journal of Latino Literature 1(2).

Wilkes, Shaun

*Wilkes, Shaun. (2014, May). Take a stand against discrimination [op-ed]. Smile Politely: Champaign-Urbana’s Online Magazine.

*Wilkes, Shaun. (2013, November). Two wake-up calls for the government [op-ed]. Smile Politely: Champaign-Urbana’s Online Magazine.

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