Justin Piché co-authors newly released book chapters

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Justin Piché (Associate Professor) has recently co-authored two book chapters. The first, co-authored with Kevin Walby (University of Winnipeg) and Nicolas Carrier (Carleton University) and entitled “An Introduction to Prison and Penal Abolitionism in Canada”, appears in the second edition of John Winterdyke (Mount Royal University) and Michael Weinrath’s (University of Winnipeg) Adult Corrections in Canada. The second, with lead author Matthew Ferguson (PhD Student) and co-author Kevin Walby, is entitled “‘…that’s not a conversation that belongs to the museum’: The (In)visibility of Surveillance History in Police Museums in Ontario, Canada” and appears in Robert Heynen (York University) and Emily van der Meulen’s (Ryerson University) edited collection Making Surveillance States: Transnational Histories. The chapter on abolitionism features an interview with Bob Gaucher (Retired Professor) about key figures in anti-prison and anti-punishment struggles in the Canadian context, while the former draws on research from the SSHRC-funded “A Culture of Justice? Meanings of Penality in Canadian Police, Courthouse and Prison Museums" project.