Watch and Feel, Discipline and Punish: Towards an Audio-Visual History of Imprisonment in Argentina

By Oliver Wilson-Nunn The ways in which we understand prisons are filtered through the lens, quite literally, of cinema and television. As criminologists have long remarked, the distance separating many of us, both socially and spatially, from these often-secretive institutions is such that moving images have come to be privileged windows—albeit dirty and cracked—onto this […]

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