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PW-253826-17
The American Prison Writing Archive
Doran Larson, Hamilton College

Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=PW-253826-17

'Digital database captures voices from inside America's prisons' (Article)
Title: 'Digital database captures voices from inside America's prisons'
Author: Doran Larson
Abstract: On the effects of public policy statements, regarding criminal justice, on the mental health of incarcerated people. Includes samples from The American Prison Writing Archive
Year: 2017
Primary URL: http://theconversation.com/digital-database-captures-voices-from-inside-americas-prisons-81058
Access Model: open access
Format: Magazine
Periodical Title: The Conversation. (NB: This article was picked up by the AP wire service and reposted in on-line magazine and newspapers across the country.)
Publisher: TheConversation.com

"The Echoing Silence: Who Will Speak for Prison Workers?" (Article)
Title: "The Echoing Silence: Who Will Speak for Prison Workers?"
Author: Doran Larson
Abstract: This article contrasts the rich history of writing by incarcerated Americans with the dearth of writing by prison workers. The article points to the debilitating physical and mental hazards of prison work and suggests that, by writing about their experience, prison workers might help themselves in relieving the stress of their jobs.
Year: 2017
Primary URL Description: http://www.aca.org/ACA_Prod_IMIS/ACA_Member/Publications/Corrections_Today_Magazine/ACA_Member/Publications/CT_Magazine/CorrectionsToday_Home.aspx?hkey=08c84ce7-094c-4ae8-836d-d43cd22c656f
Access Model: open access to previous issues
Format: Magazine
Periodical Title: Corrections Today
Publisher: Corrections Today, the publication of the American Correctional Association

Witness in the Era of Mass Incarceration (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Witness in the Era of Mass Incarceration
Author: Doran Larson
Abstract: This paper traces the history of The American Prison Writing Archive, from a writing workshop inside Attica Correctional Facility, to a book project, to the APWA's surpassing 1,000 posted essays. The panel was on teaching with archives. (This was an oral presentation with PowerPoint; no URL.)
Date: 11/10/17
Conference Name: The American Studies Association Conference

The American Prison Writing Archive at Hamilton College (Blog Post)
Title: The American Prison Writing Archive at Hamilton College
Author: Janet Simons and Doran Larson
Abstract: Description of The American Prison Writing Archive
Date: 12/11/17
Primary URL: http://lacol.net/category/partners/hamilton-college/
Primary URL Description: Hamilton College page on Liberal Arts Consortium for Online Learning (LACOL) web site. Founded in 2014, the Consortium is a partnership of eleven private liberal arts colleges, including Hamilton College--the institutional home of the APWA.
Secondary URL: http://lacol.net/about-the-consortium/
Secondary URL Description: Liberal Arts Consortium for Online Learning (LACOL) web site. Founded in 2014, the Consortium is a partnership of eleven private liberal arts colleges.
Blog Title: The American Prison Writing Archive at Hamilton College
Website: Lacol

The American Prison Writing Archive (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: The American Prison Writing Archive
Author: Doran Larson, Kathleen Kwasniewski, William Rasenberger
Abstract: History and discussion of, and transcription session for, The American Prison Writing Archive.
Date: 04/21/18
Primary URL: http://wordpress.lehigh.edu/odh2018/schedule/
Primary URL Description: http://apw.dhinitiative.org/
Conference Name: Our (Digital) Humanity; LeHigh University

The American Prison Writing Archive (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: The American Prison Writing Archive
Author: Doran Larson
Abstract: Introduction to, history, and aims of The APWA.
Date: 06/12/18
Primary URL: http://dhsi.org/schedule.php
Primary URL Description: Program Schedule of the Digital Humanities Summer Institute, the University of Victoria, Canada. June 4-18, 2018.
Secondary URL: http://apw.dhinitiative.org/
Secondary URL Description: Search page of The American Prison Writing Archive
Conference Name: Digital Humanities Summer Institute; Universiyy of Victoria, BC, Canada

“Prison Writing Instruction and the American Prison Writing Archive.” (Article)
Title: “Prison Writing Instruction and the American Prison Writing Archive.”
Author: Sean Moxley-Kelly
Abstract: This essay, in a larger collection, describes the beneficial potential for using the American Prison Writing Archive in prison teaching.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: http://syracuseuniversitypress.syr.edu/spring-2018/prison-pedagogies.html
Primary URL Description: Syracuse University Press website page for: Prison Pedagogies: Learning and Teaching with Imprisoned Writers. Edited by Joe Lockard and Sherry Rankins-Robertson
Secondary URL: http://www.facebook.com/AmericanPrisonWritingArchive/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel
Secondary URL Description: Facebook page for The American Prison Writing Archive; includes a posting about this publication.
Access Model: Book purchase
Format: Other
Periodical Title: Book: Prison Pedagogies: Learning and Teaching with Imprisoned Writers.
Publisher: Syracuse University Press

Witness in the Era of Mass Incarceration (Article)
Title: Witness in the Era of Mass Incarceration
Author: Doran Larson
Abstract: American Quarterly (AQ) is the publication of The American Studies Association. This 1,000-word abstract describes The American Prison Writing Archive, its process and intent, for a special issue of AQ on Digital Humanities work in American Studies.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/39105
Primary URL Description: URL for Volume 70, Number 3, September 2018, of American Quarterly.
Access Model: Open
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: American Quarterly
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press

Introduction to The American Prison Writing Archive (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Introduction to The American Prison Writing Archive
Abstract: General introduction to the APWA: history, development, search capacities, hands-on search time, discussion. For students and faculty in Sociology.
Author: Doran Larson
Date: 10/01/2018
Location: California State University San Marcos. San Marcos, California


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