The CCCC Teaching in Prison: Pedagogy, Research and Literacies Collective is a group of teachers and researchers who are invested in connections between writing and literacy behind bars. The group is open to all members and is committed to the encouragement and advancement of critical and ethical scholarship on prison education and teaching.
2020 | Where Inside and Outside Meet: Naming Our Commonplaces in Prison-Based Teaching and Research (Moved from Milwaukee to a virtual session)
2019 | Performing Prison: Intentional Teaching, Research, and Writing Inside & Out | Special Prison Writing Issue of Reflections, featuring content from 2019 workshop contributors, here
2018 | Performing Prison: Intentional Teaching, Research, and Writing Inside & Out | PDF
2017 | Activist or Educator? Rethinking the Transformative Potential of Education in Prison
2016 | Disrupting the Cycle of Mass Incarceration: What Can Writing Really Do?
2015 | Narrative Truth: The Risks and Rewards of Prison Research, Writing, and Teaching
2014 | Prison Networks: Broadcasting Why Prison Writing Matters
2013 | Making Lives Behind Bars Visible: Literacy Programs and Activism
2012 | Opening Prison Gates: Creating, Sustaining, Researching, and Extending Literacy Programs behind Bars