Confronting Criminalization in Canada
Kelly Fritsch is an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Carleton University. She is the co-author, with Anne McGuire, of We Move Together, a childrens book about disability justice. Jeffrey Monaghan is an associate professor in the Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Carleton University. He is the co-author, with Andrew Crosby, of Policing Indigenous Movements: Dissent and the Security States and currently serves on the editorial board of the multidisciplinary journal Criminological Encounters. Emily van der Meulen is a professor in the Department of Criminology at Ryerson University. She is a co-editor of several books, including Red Light Labour: Sex Work Regulation, Agency, and Resistance, with Elya M. Durisin and Chris Bruckert. Contributors: Liat Ben-Moshe, Emmanuelle Bernheim, Michelle Bertrand, Lindsay Blewett, Abigail Curlew, Vronique Fortin, Kelly Fritsch, Stphanie Houde, Richard Jochelson, Lisandre Labrecque-Lebeau, Sue-Ann MacDonald, Ravi Malhotra, Alexander McClelland, Jeffrey Monaghan, Alok Mukherjee, Guillaume Ouellet, Pierre Pariseau-Legault, Theresa Raymond, River Rossi, Megan A. Rusciano, and Emily van der Meulen.
1 Resisting the Criminalization of Disability: Cripping Disability Injustice toward Accessible Decarceral Futures / Kelly Fritsch, Jeffrey Monaghan, and Emily van der Meulen Part 1: Practices and Processes of Criminalization 2 From Prisoner to Patient: Mental Health and Torontos Andrew Mercer Reformatory for Females, 18801969 / Theresa L. Raymond 3 Histories of Living in a Negative Relation to the Law: Resistance to HIV Criminalization / Alexander McClelland 4 The Criminalization of Sex Work: Creating Conditions for Disability / Lindsay Blewett 5 The Judicialization of Everyday Life in Quebec: Intellectual Disability, Sexuality, and Control / Guillaume Ouellet, Lisandre Labrecque-Lebeau, Pierre Pariseau-Legault, and Emmanuelle Bernheim Part 2: The Criminal (In)Justice System 6 Police Encounters with People in Crisis: Mental Health and Policing / Alok Mukherjee 7 Therapeutic Justice or Epistemic Injustice? The Case of Mental Health Courts in Qubec / Sue-Ann MacDonald, Vronique Fortin, and Stphanie Houde 8 Conceptualizing Jury Representation: Research on Physical Disability and the Larger Community in Canadian Jury Rolls / Richard Jochelson and Michelle Bertrand 9 Punishing Disability and Trauma: Evaluating the Use of Segregation in Canadian Prisons / Megan Rusciano Part 3: Reconceptualizing Disability and Reframing Justice 10 Disability, Politics, and Collectively Reimagining Justice: Challenging the Ableist Contours of the 1969 Canadian Criminal Code Reform / River Rossi 11 The Politics of Death-Making/Assisted Suicide: A Castoriadan Reading / Ravi Malhotra 12 #Endpoliceviolence: Nonhegemonic Bodies, Police Violence, and Abolitionist Politics / Abigail Curlew and Jeffrey Monaghan 13 Refuting Carceral Logics and their Alternatives: Toward Noncarceral (Disability) Futures / Liat Ben-Moshe Index