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Prisons, Punishment / Prisons, Punition

Appert, B. (1824) Rapport sur l'etat actuel des prisons, des hospices, des
ecoles des departements de l'Aisne, du Nord, du Pas-de-Calais et de la Somme
etc., suivi de considerations generales sur ces sortes d'etablissements.
Paris: L'auteur.

Babington, Anthony. (1971) The English Bastille: a history of Newgate Gaol
and prison conditions in Britain, 1199-1902. London: Macdonald and Co.

Baker, J. E. (1985) Prisoner participation in prison power. Metuchen, N.J.:
Scarecrow Press.

Barry, John Vincent, Sir. (1964) The life and death of John Price: a study of
the exercise of naked power. Parkville: Melbourne University Press; New York:
Cambridge University Press.

Binder, Arnold. (1983) Juvenile justice and
juvenile offenders: an overview. Counselling Psychologist, Vol. 11, No. 2,
65-67.

Blosseville, B.E.P. de. (1859) Histoire de la colonisation penale. Evreux.

Bourdet-Pleville, Michel. (1960) Justice in chains, from the galleys to
Devil's Island. London: R.Hale.

Bowen, T. (1797) Thoughts on the Necessity of Moral Discipline in Prisons.

Calder, W. A. (1979) The federal penitentiary system in Canada, 1867-1899: a
social and institutional history. [Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Toronto].

Cameron, Joy. (1983) Prisons and Punishment in Scotland from the Middle Ages
to the Present. Edinburgh: Canongate.

Carleton, Mark T. (1971) Politics and punishment: the history of the
Louisiana State penal system. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press.

Cassidy, W. (1897) On Prisons and Convicts. Philadelphia.

Chaneles, Sol (1985) Prisons and prisoners: historical documents. New York:
Haworth Press.

Chaneles, Sol. (Ed.) (1985-86) Prisons and prisoners: historical documents.
Journal of Offender Counseling, Services and Rehabilitation, Vol. 10, No.
1-2, 218.

Curtis, Dennis et al. (1985) Kingston Penitentiary: the first hundred and
fifty years: 1835-1985. Ottawa: Correctional Service of Canada under the
authority of the Solicitor General of Canada.

Curtis, Dennis et al. (1987) Le Penitencier de Kingston : les cent cinquante
premieres annees, 1835-1985. Ottawa: Service correctionnel Canada.

DeLacy, Margaret. (1980) County prison administration in Lancashire,
1690-1850. [Thesis (Ph.D.) Princeton University].

DeLacy, Margaret. (1986) Prison reform in Lancashire, 1700-1850: a study in
local administration. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press.

Deyon, Pierre. (1975) Le temps des prisons: essai sur l'histoire de la
delinquance et les origines du systeme penitentiaire. Villeneuve d'Ascq :
Universite de Lille III.

Dobash, Russell et al. (1986) The imprisonment of women. Oxford, UK; New
York, NY, USA: B. Blackwell.

Duguid, Stephen and Hoekema, Hendrik. (1986) University education in prison:
a documentary record of the experience in British Columbia 1974-1986.
Burnaby, B.C.: Simon Fraser University.

Dumm, Thomas L. (1987) Democracy and punishment: disciplinary origins of the
United States. Madison, Wis.: University of Wisconsin Press.

Eriksson, Torsten. (1976) The reformers: an historical survey of pioneer
experiments in the treatment of criminals. New York: Elsevier Scientific Pub.
Co.

Evans, Robin. (1982) The fabrication of virtue: English prison architecture,
1750-1840. Cambridge, England; New York: Cambridge University Press.

Forsythe, William James. (1987) The reform of prisoners, 1830-1900. London:
Croom Helm.

Foucault, Michel. (1961) Folie et deraison: Histoire de la folie a l'age
classique. Paris: Gallimard.

Foucault, Michel. (1965) Madness and Civilization. New York: Pantheon.

Foucault, Michel. (1975) Surveiller et punir. Naissance de la prison. Paris:
Gallimard.

Foucault, Michel. (1979) Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison. New
York: Vintage.

Freedman, Estelle B. (1981) Their sisters' keepers: women's prison reform in
America, 1830-1930. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Freeman, John C. (Ed.) (1978) Prisons past and future. London; Toronto:
Heinemann Educational Books.

Gaillac, Henri. (1971) Les maisons de correction. 1830-1945. Paris: Cujas.

Garland, David. (1985) Punishment and Welfare: a history of penal strategies.
Aldershot, England: Gower.

Glenn, Myra C. (1984) Campaigns against corporal punishment: prisoners,
sailors, women, and children in antebellum America. Albany: State University
of New York Press.

Harding, Christopher et al. (1985) Imprisonment in England and Wales: a
concise history. London; Dover, N.H.: Croom Helm.

Hillman, R.G. (1974) The imprisonment of mentally ill patients in early
nineteenth-century provincial France: legal proceedings. Proceedings:
International Congress of the History of Medicine, 23rd, London, 1972. Vol.
1, 416-421.

Howard, John. (1784) The State of Prisons in England and Wales. Warrington,
Great Britain.

Howard, John. (1791) Prisons and lazarettos. Montclair, N.J.: Patterson
Smith. [1973 reprint].

Ignatieff, Michael. (1978) A just measure of pain: the penitentiary in the
Industrial Revolution, 1750- 1850. New York: Columbia University Press.

Ives, George. (1910) Penal Methods of the Middle Ages: criminals, witches,
lunatics. Edinburgh: Privately printed.

Ives, George. (1970) A history of penal methods; criminals, witches,
lunatics. Montclair, N.J.: Patterson Smith.

Johnston, Norman Bruce (1973) The human cage: a brief history of prison
architecture. New York: Published for the American Foundation, Institute of
Corrections by Walker.

Joliffe, Kyle. (1984) Penitentiary medical services 1835-1983. Ottawa:
Programs Branch, Ministry of the Solicitor General.

Lendvay, Istvan. (1977) The correctional institution. Toronto: Ministry of
Correctional Services, Facilities Design Planning, Ontario.

Lewis, Orlando Faulkland. (1967) The development of American prisons and
prison customs, 1776-1845: with special reference to early institutions in
the State of New York. Montclair, N.J.: P. Smith.

Lewis, W. David. (1965) From Newgate to Dannemora: the rise of the
penitentiary in New York, 1796- 1848. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press.

Libert, Lucien. (1933) Une maison d'alienes et de correctionnaires sous
l'ancien regime. La Charite de Chateau-Thierry. Bulletin de la Societe
francaise d'Histoire Medicale, tome 27, 23-43.

Martinez, Michel. (1983) Les colonies agricoles de jeunes detenus: les
mentalites du milieu du 19eme siecle et le projet de reforme penitentiaire.
Cahiers de l'enfance inadaptee, No. 265, oct., 4-8.

McConville, Sean. (1981) A history of English prison administration. London:
Routledge & Kegan Paul.

McKelvey, Blake. (1977) American prisons: a history of good intentions.
Montclair, N.J.: P. Smith.

Melossi, Dario and Pavarini, Massimo. (1981) The prison and the factory:
origins of the penitentiary system. London: Macmillan. Morel, Pierre et

Quetel, Claude. (1977) De la maison de force a l'asile public d'alienes:
naissance du Bon- Sauveur de Caen (1734-1818). Histoire des Sciences
medicales, tome 11, 233-241.

Morris, Rosamund. (1976) Prisons. London: Batsford, 1976.

Moynahan, James McCauslin and Stewart, Earle K. (1979) The American jail, its
development and growth. Chicago: Nelson-Hall. O'Brien, Patricia. (1982) The
promise of punishment: prisons in nineteenth-century France. Princeton, N.J.:
Princeton University Press.

Pendry, E. D. (1974) Elizabethan prisons and prison scenes. Salzburg:
Institut fur Englische Sprache und Literatur, Universitat Salzburg.

Priestly, Philip. (Ed.) (1985) Victorian prison lives: English prison
biography, 1830-1914. London; New York: Methuen.

Rafter, Nicole Hahn. (1985) Partial justice: women in state prisons,
1800-1935. Boston, MA: Northeastern University Press.

Roth, Robert. (1977) Prison-modele et prison-symbole: l'exemple de Geneve au
XIXeme siecle. Deviance et societe, No. 4, dec., 389-410.

Rothman, David. (1983) Sentencing reforms in historical perspective. Crime
and Delinquency, Vol. 29, No. 4, 631-647.

Rumbelow, Donald. (1982) The triple tree: Newgate, Tyburn and Old Bailey.
London: Harrap.

Sellin, T. (1944) Pioneering in Penology: the Amsterdam houses of correction
in the 16th and 17th centuries. Philadelphia.

Serieux, Paul. (1933) Liste des pensionnaires de la Charite de Senlis, maison
d'alienes et de correctionnaires au XVIIIe siecle. Bulletin de la Societe
francaise d'Histoire de la Medecine, tome 27, 260- 282.

Skinner, Shirley et al. (1981) Corrections: an historical perspective of the
Saskatchewan experience. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Center, University
of Regina.

Spierenburg, Peter. (Ed.) (1984) The Emergence of Carceral Institutions:
prisons, galleys and lunatic asylums, 1550-1900. Rotterdam: Erasmus
Universiteit Rotterdam.

Staples, James Frederick. (1981) Courts, convicts and labor governments in
New South Wales: from Cable to Dugan and beyond. Canberra: Australian
National University, Research Schools of Social Sciences and Pacific Studies.

Stastny, Charles and Tyrnauer, Gabrielle. (1982) Who rules the joint?: the
changing political culture of maximum-security prisons in America. Lexington,
Mass.: Lexington Books.

The American prison: from the beginning: a pictorial history. College Park,
MD: American Correctional Association, 1983.

Thomas, J. E. (1972) The English prison officer since 1850: a study in
conflict. London; Boston: Routledge and K. Paul.

Vilain XIV, Count. (1775) Memoires sur les moyens de corriger les Malfaiteurs
et Faineants a leur propre avantage et les rendre utiles a L'Etat. Ghent,
Belgique.

Voisin, F. (1847) Du traitement intelligent de la folie et application de
quelques uns de ses principes a la reforme des criminels. Paris.

Weidenhofer, Margaret. (1973) The convict years: transportation and the penal
system, 1788-1868. Melbourne: Lansdowne.

Weisser, M.R. (1979) Crime and Punishment in Early Modern Europe. Brighton:
Harvester Press.

Wittingham, Michael D. (1984) The role of reformers and volunteers in the
advance of correctional reform in Canada, since Confederation. Ottawa:
Programs Branch, Ministry of the Solicitor General.

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