Publications

Books

  • Carlton, B. and Russell, E. (under contract, Forthcoming) Anti-Carceral Feminist Resistance and the Struggle for Change in Women’s Prisons Victoria, Australia, Palgrave Critical Criminological Perspectives.

Edited Collections

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Carlton, B and Russell, E (Under review) ‘We Will be Written out of History’: Archival Activism and Women’s Resistance Against Carceral Gender Violence in Victoria, Australia’, Onati Socio-Legal Series.
  • Carlton, B (2016 Sage Online First) ‘Penal Reform, Anti-Carceral Campaigns and the Politics of Penal Change in Women’s Prisons, Victoria, Australia’, Punishment and Society, DOI: 10.1177/1462474516680205.
  • Segrave, M., Carlton, B., (2011) Counting the costs of imprisonment: researching women’s post-release deaths in Victoria, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology [P], vol 44, issue 1, Sage Publications Ltd., UK, pp. 41-55.
  • Segrave, M., Carlton, B., (2010) Women, trauma, criminalisation and imprisonment …, Current Issues in Criminal Justice [P], vol 22, issue 2, University of Sydney, Institute of Criminology, Sydney, Australia, pp. 287-305.
  • Carlton, B.A., (2008) Proliferating Coercive Control and Crisis: The Official Uses and Abuses of Modern High-Security in Australia, Prison Service Journal [P], vol 1, issue 183, H M Prison Service, UK, pp. 3-12.
  • Carlton, B.A., McCulloch, J., (2008) R v Benbrika and ors (Ruling No. 20): The “War on terror”, Human Rights and the Pre-emptive Punishment of Terror Suspects in High-Security, Journal of the Institute of Criminology: Current Issues in Criminal Justice, vol 20, issue 2, Institute of Criminology University of Sydney, Australia, pp. 287-292.
  • Carlton, B.A., (2007) From H Division to Abu Ghraib: regimes of justification and the historical proliferation of state-inflicted terror and violence in maximum-security, Social Justice, vol 33, issue 4, Global Options, USA, pp. 15-36.
  • McCulloch, J., Carlton, B.A., (2006) Preempting justice: suppression of financing of terrorism and the ‘war on terror’, Current Issues in Criminal Justice, vol 17, issue 3, Law School, University of Sydney, Sydney NSW Australia, pp. 397-412.
  • Carlton,B. (2001) ‘Researching Secrecy: State Power and Prisoner Resistance in the Australian High-Security Prison’, Melbourne Historical Journal, Vol. 29, pp. 50-56.
  • Carlton, B. (1999) ‘Machine Living: The Discourses and Ideologies of Spatial Order which Informed the High Rise Developments of the Housing Commission of Victoria 1950-1970′, Melbourne Historical Journal,Vol. 27, pp. 100-117.

Book Chapters

  • Segrave, M. & Carlton, B. (2013) ‘Gendered Transcarceral Realities’ in Carlton, B and Segrave, M. (eds) Women Exiting Prison: Critical Essays on Gender, Post-Release Support and Survival, London, Routledge.
  • Carlton, B. & Segrave, M. (2013) ‘Postscript: A Radical Vision for System and Social Change’, in Carlton, B and Segrave, M. (eds) Women Exiting Prison: Critical Essays on Gender, Post-Release Support and Survival, London, Routledge.
  • Carlton, B. & Baldry, E (2013) ‘Therapeutic correctional spaces, transcarceral interventions: post-release support structures and realities experienced by women in Victoria’ in Carlton, B and Segrave, M. (eds) Women Exiting Prison: Critical Essays on Gender, Post-Release Support and Survival, London, Routledge.
  • Brown, D. & Bree Carlton (2013) ‘A Continuum of Control: From ‘Secondary Punishment’ to ‘Supermax’: The Human Costs of High-Security Regimes in Australia’, in Ross, J. I. (ed), The Globalization of Supermax Prisons, Rutgers University Press, pp. 95-110.
  • Carlton, B & E. Baldry (2013) ‘Therapeutic correctional spaces, transcarceral interventions: post-release support structures and realities experienced by women in Victoria, Australia’, in Women Exiting Prison, on Gender, Post-Release Support and Survival, Bree Carlton and Marie Segrave (eds), Routedge, UK, pp. 56-76.
  • Carlton, B.A., 2009, Entombing Resistance: Institutional Power and Polarisation in the Jika Jika High-Security Unit, in The Violence of Incarceration, eds Phil Scraton and Jude McCulloch, Routledge, UK, pp. 37-59.
  • Carlton, B.A., 2008, Understanding prisoner Resistance: Power, Visibility and Survival in High-Security, inThe Critical Criminology Companion, eds Thalia Anthony and Chris Cunneen, Hawkins Press, Australia, pp. 240-252.

Conferences

  • Carlton, B (2013) ‘The Use and Abuse of Penal Excess in Australia: Power, Resistance and Secondary Punishment(s) in Historical Context’, Ending the Isolation: An International Conference on Human Rights and Solitary Confinement, University of Manitoba Law School, March 22-23, [Invited Keynote].
  • Carlton, B. and Russell, E. (2012) ‘Abolition and Incorporation: Dismantling official discourses underpinning gender responsive prison reform’, Law and Society Association Conference, Hilton Hawaiian Village, June 5-8.
  • Carlton, B. & Segrave, M. (2011) ‘Women and Post-Release Survival’, Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Deakin University, Sheraton Four Points, Geelong, 28-30 September.
  • Carlton, B. (2011) ‘Gender-Responsive (In)Justice: The Limits of Reform and the Case for Abolition’,Sisters Inside Are Prisons Obsolete Conference, Citigate Hotel Sydney, 10-12 August.
  • Carlton, B. (2011) ‘The Limits of Gender Justice’, York Deviancy Conference, University of York June 29-July 2.
  • Carlton, B. (2009) Surviving and Dying Outside: Legacies of State Neglect, Resistance and Survival,Sisters Inside Are Prisons Obsolete Conference, Mecure Hotel, Brisbane, 2-4th September [Invited Plenary].
  • Carlton, B. & Segrave, M. (2009) ‘They Died of a Broken Heart: Bearing Witness of Women’s Post-Release Accounts of Survival and Death’, Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference, Monash University Law Chambers, 8-9th July.
  • Segrave, M. & Carlton, B. (2009) ‘Surviving Outside: Researching Women’s Care in Victoria’, Public Health Association of Australia Justice Health Conference, ‘Beyond the Convict Era: Meeting the Challenges for the 21st Century’, Hilton on the Park, Melbourne, 6-7th April.
  • Carlton, B. (2009) ‘The Human Costs of High-Security’, Prison Construction, Design and Management Conference, Holiday Inn, Brisbane 24-25th February, [Invited Paper].
  • Carlton, B. (2008) ‘Systemic Neglect: The Politics of Official Disclosure, Accountability and the Placement of Prisoners in High-Security’, Australian New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference, University of NSW, June [Invited Paper].
  • Carlton, B. (2007) ‘Understanding Prisoner Resistance: Reopening a Critical Space for Subjective Exploration of the Prison Experience’, Australasian Teaching Critical Criminology Conference, University of Sydney Law School, 13th July [Invited Paper].
  • Carlton, B. (2006), ‘Supermax as State Terror, Torture and Harm’, North-South Criminology Conference, Queens University Belfast Northern Ireland, February, [Invited Paper].
  • Carlton, B. & Minogue, C. (2006), ‘It’s Back to the Future: Have the Lessons of Jika Jika Been Forgotten?’Eleventh International Conference on Penal Abolition (ICOPA XI), University of Tasmania Hobart, February.
  • Carlton, B. (2006) ‘Supermax as State Crime’, Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Annual Conference, Wrest Point Casino Hobart, 7th-9th February.

Research Reports and Consultancies

  • Segrave, M, Carlton, B and Mallet, S (March 2010) The Cairnlea Housing Model Evaluation, Melbourne CityMission.

Non-Refereed Journal Articles

  • Carlton, B (2017) ‘Freedom is a Constant Struggle: Ferguson, Palestine and the Foundations of a Movement’, Review Article, Howard Journal of Criminal Justice.
  • Carlton, B. (2011) ‘Supermax: Controlling Risk Through Solitary Confinement’, Review Article, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology.
  • Carlton, B. (2008) ‘In the Care of the State? Child Deaths in Penal Custody in England and Wales’, Review Article, Current Issues in Criminal Justice, Vol 20, No 1, pp. 141-142.
  • Carlton, B.A., 2006, Review of intractable: hell has a name, life inside Australia’s first super-max prison,Social Justice, vol 33, issue 4, Social Justice, San Francisco CA USA, pp. 191-193.
  • Carlton, B. (2006) ‘The Political Imprisonment of Women in Northern Ireland 1972-1998’, Review Article,Punishment and Society, Vol 8, No 4, pp. 485-487.

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