|Statement||photographs and text by Michael Jacobson-Hardy ; foreword by Angela Y. Davis ; essays by John Edgar Wideman, Marc Mauer, and James Gilligan.|
|LC Classifications||HV9471 .J32 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 134 p. :|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||98024771|
Behind the Razor Wire continues the tradition of documentary photography by reporting in words and photographs on the conditions in the American prison system. Jacobson-Hardy examines the physical and psychological environments of a range of contemporary correctional institutions and Cited by: 8. I just read Ms. Livingston's book, Voices Behind The Razorwire. Her book gives remarkable insight into the lives of women who are often misjudged and forgotten about by society. Ms. Livingston helps her readers to identify with these women by her own ability to identify, as she has also come from a background of abuse.5/5(4). Behind Barbed Wire: German Prisoner of War Camps in Minnesota Paperback – June 1, by Anita Buck (Author) › Visit Amazon's Anita Buck Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author? Cited by: 1. It is hard to believe that Australia, which is a very affluent country with vast amounts of space and only 18 million people, can lock men, women and children up behind coils of deadly razor wire in camps in the desert for years on end. In fact, as I read this book, I found myself almost disbelieving its horror.5/5(3).
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The collection of essays and art by contributors connected to prisons reveals the many dimensions of life behind the razor wire. Kathy Boudin, a former member of the radical Weather Underground, who served nearly 20 years in prison for her role in a fatal armed robbery, writes in the book: “Prison doesn’t wash off like the sweat after a. The above statement from an essay by John Edgar Wideman illuminates Behind the Razor Wire. The book consists of essays by Angela Davis, Wideman, Marc Mauer and James Gilligan, accompanied by a series of black and white photos of prisons and jails, prisoners and guards in Massachusetts. Michael Jacobson-Hardy's Behind the Razor Wire: Portrait of a Contemporary American Prison System is a sobering, difficult book. It takes courage to examine the parts of ourselves that we shunt aside, and Jacobson-Hardy does just that. He has spent time visiting and photographing Massachusetts : Michael Jacobson-Hardy. Heather Tylers Asylum: Voices behind the razor wire is among the most moving and gripping works I have read on the subject of asylum seekers in Australia, and the abhorrent treatment they have received (and continue to receive) at the hands of the government and its private contractors.4/5.