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Publications

Journal Articles:

Schliehe, A.; Philo, C.; Carlin, B, Fallon, C., Penna, G. (2022) Lockdown under lockdown? Pandemic, the carceral and Covid-19 in British prisons. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers.

Doxatt-Pratt, S.; Schliehe, A.; Laursen, J. (2022) “Thank you for having me”: The experiences and meanings of release from prison in Norway and England & Wales. Incarceration.

Crewe, B.; Ievins, A.; Larmour, S.; Laursen, J.; Mjåland, K.; Schliehe, A. (2022) Nordic penal exceptionalism: A comparative, empirical analysis. British Journal of Criminology.

Auty, K.; Liebling, A.; Schliehe, A.; Crewe, B. (2022). What Is trauma-informed practice? Towards operationalisation of the concept in two prisons for women. Criminology & Criminal Justice.

Mjåland, K., Laursen, J., Schliehe, A., and Larmour, S. (2021) Contrasts in freedom: Comparing open and closed prisons in England & Wales and Norway’. European Journal of Criminology

Schliehe A, Crewe, B (2021) Top Bunk, bottom bunk: Cellsharing in prisons. British Journal of Criminology.

Fraser, A; Schliehe A (2021) the carceral city: confinement and order in Hong Kong’s forbidden enclave. British Journal of Criminology.

Schliehe, A.; Laursen, J.; Crewe, B. (2021) Loneliness in prison. European Journal of Criminology.

Henriksen, A.K.; Schliehe, A. (2020) Ethnography of young people in confinement – On subjectivity, positionality and situated ethics in closed space. Qualitative Research.

Disney, T.; Schliehe, A. (2019) Troubling institutions. Special Section Editorial. Area, Vol 51, No. 2, pp. 194-199.

Moran, D.; Turner, J.; Schliehe, A. (2017) Conceptualizing the carceral in carceral geography. Progress in Human Geography, Vol 42, No.5, pp. 666–686.

Moran, D.; Turner, J.; Schliehe, A. (2017) Response to the commentary on ‘Conceptualizing the carceral in carceral geography’ by Moran et al. Progress in Human Geography, Vol 42, No.5, pp. 803–804.

Schliehe, A. (2016) Re-discovering Goffman – Contemporary carceral geography, the ‘total’ institution and notes on heterotopia. Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography, Vol 98, No. 1, pp. 19-35.

Schliehe, A. (2014) Inside ‘the carceral’: Girls and young women in the Scottish Criminal Justice System. Scottish Geographical Journal, Vol 130, No. 2, pp. 71-85.

Books:

Schliehe, A. (2021) Young Women’s Carceral Geographies: Journeys In, Out, and Beyond Confinement. Emerald Publishing, Bingley.

Moran, D.; Schliehe, A. [Eds.] (2017) Confined Places, Secure Spaces: The Spatialisation of Studies of Confinement. Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Book Chapters:                    

Schliehe, A. (2022) Prisons and Camps. In: Guillaume, X. and Grayson, K. [Eds.] Security Studies Critical Perspectives. Oxford University Press.

Crowley, A.R., Schliehe, A.K., Vogel, M. (2021) Girlhood incarcerated: Perspectives from secure care. In: Vogel M., Arnell, L. (Eds.) Living Like a Girl - Agency, Social Vulnerability and Welfare Measures in a European Context. Berghahn Books, New York.

Moran, D.; Schliehe, A. (2017) Introduction: Co-production and carceral spatiality. In: Moran, D.; Schliehe, A. (Eds.) Confined Places, Secure Spaces: The Spatialisation of Studies of Confinement. Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp. 1-12.

Schliehe, A.; Moran, D. (2017) Conclusion: Reflections on capturing the carceral. In:  Moran, D.; Schliehe, A. (Eds.) Confined Places, Secure Spaces: The Spatialisation of Studies of Confinement. Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp. 269-284.

Schliehe, A. (2017) Towards a feminist carceral geography? Of female offenders and prison spaces’ In: Moran, D.; Schliehe, A. (Eds.) Confined Places, Secure Spaces: The Spatialisation of Studies of Confinement. Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp. 75-112.

Schliehe, A.; Crowley, A. (2017) Carefully controlled: young people and their pathways through spaces of secure care. In: Horton J.; Pyer, M.; (Eds.) Children, Young People and Care. Routledge, London, pp. 108-123.

Schliehe, A. (2016) Constraint locomotion: Of complex micro-scale mobilities in carceral environments. In: Peters, K.; Turner, J. (Eds.) Carceral Mobilities: Interrogating Movement in Incarceration. Routledge, London, pp. 115-130.

Schliehe, A. (2016) Locking up children and young people - Secure care in Scotland. In: Horton, J.; Evans, B.; Skelton, T. (Eds.) Play, Recreation, Health and Well Being: Geographies of Children and Young People 9. Springer, London, pp. 601-619.

Other publications:

Schliehe, A. (2021) Research on prisoners’ experiences from Norway and England & Wales. Inside Time - The National Newspaper for Prisoners and Detainees.

Schliehe, A. (2021) Evidence Paper for the British Government: Women in Custody [unpublished].

Schliehe, A. (2021) Feeding back research on comparing the imprisonment of men convicted of sex offences in England & Wales and Norway. Inside Time - The National Newspaper for Prisoners and Detainees.

Schliehe, A.; Przybylska, D. (2021) Prison ‘more painful’ for women: Research. Inside Time - The National Newspaper for Prisoners and Detainees.

Schliehe, A. (2019) Thinking through water – elemental metaphors in carceral environments. COMPEN Blog.

Schliehe, A. (2019) Book Review Punishment and Society

Schliehe, A. (2019) Missing people and the pains of entry in the UK. COMPEN Blog.

Schliehe, A. (2018) Women's imprisonment and the experiences of foreign nationals. Border Criminologies Blog

Schliehe, A. (2018) Carceral mobilities. COMPEN Blog.

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