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Description Term used during the period 2002-present

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Article Chris Brickell (2021)
Psychiatry, psychology and homosexual prisoners in New Zealand, 1910–1960. Medical History (pp. 1-17). (/isis/citation/CBB182591572/) unapi

Thesis Lauren Kilgour (2021)
Designed to Shame: Electronic Ankle Monitors and the Politics of Carceral Technology. (/isis/citation/CBB424744424/) unapi

Article Peter Collinge (2021)
‘He shall have care of the garden, its cultivation and produce’: Workhouse Gardens and Gardening, c.1780-1835. Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies (pp. 21-39). (/isis/citation/CBB195648919/) unapi

Article Victoria M. Nagy; Alana J. Piper (2020)
The Health and Medical Needs of Victoria's Older Female Prisoners, 1860–1920. Health and History (pp. 67-85). (/isis/citation/CBB919561721/) unapi

Article Kathrine M. Reynolds; Carol Liston (2020)
Surgeon-superintendents and Penal Discipline: The Transportation of Female Convicts 1818–1835. Health and History (pp. 27-46). (/isis/citation/CBB190851487/) unapi

Article Hamish Graham (2020)
‘Made Ill by Bad Management’: The Health and Welfare of Prisoners in Nineteenth-Century New South Wales. Health and History (pp. 47-66). (/isis/citation/CBB671170021/) unapi

Article Herwig Czech; Gabor S. Ungvari; Kamila Uzarczyk; et al. (2020)
Electroconvulsive Therapy in the Shadow of the Gas Chambers: Medical Innovation and Human Experimentation in Auschwitz. Bulletin of the History of Medicine (pp. 244-266). (/isis/citation/CBB363337914/) unapi

Article Hilary Marland (2019)
‘Close confinement tells very much upon a man’: Prison Memoirs, Insanity and the Late Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Prison. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences (pp. 267-291). (/isis/citation/CBB806506707/) unapi

Book Anthony Ryan Hatch (2019)
Silent Cells: The Secret Drugging of Captive America. (/isis/citation/CBB955008011/) unapi

Article Stephanie Schöhl; Volker Hess (2019)
War Imprisonment and Clinical Narratives of Psychiatric Illness, Psychiatric Hospital Charité, Berlin, 1948–1956. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences (pp. 145-166). (/isis/citation/CBB310666117/) unapi

Article Elena Serrano (2019)
Sex and Prisons: Women and Spanish Penitentiary Reform, 1787-1808. Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies (pp. 501-517). (/isis/citation/CBB418229223/) unapi

Article Catherine Cox; Hilary Marland (2018)
"He Must Die or Go Mad in This Place": Prisoners, Insanity, and the Pentonville Model Prison Experiment, 1842–52. Bulletin of the History of Medicine (pp. 78-109). (/isis/citation/CBB634633828/) unapi

Article Lawrence B Goodheart (2017)
Insane acquittees and insane convicts: the rationalization of policy in nineteenth-century Connecticut. History of Psychiatry (pp. 410-426). (/isis/citation/CBB824448067/) unapi

Chapter Florian Schmaltz (2017)
Chemical Weapons Research on Soldiers and Concentration Camp Inmates in Nazi Germany. (pp. 229-258). (/isis/citation/CBB373208361/) unapi

Article Margaret Charleroy; Hilary Marland (2016)
Prisoners of Solitude: Bringing History to Bear on Prison Health Policy. Endeavour: Review of the Progress of Science (pp. 141-147). (/isis/citation/CBB153017666/) unapi

Book Annie Bartlett (2016)
Secure Lives: The Meaning and Importance of Culture in Secure Hospital Care. (/isis/citation/CBB835568937/) unapi

Thesis Ryan Christopher Edwards (2016)
A Carceral Ecology: Penology, Forestry, Exploration, and Conservation in Southernmost Argentina. (/isis/citation/CBB610747000/) unapi

Book Greg Eghigian (2015)
The Corrigible and the Incorrigible: Science, Medicine, and the Convict in Twentieth-Century Germany. (/isis/citation/CBB459707791/) unapi

Article Arne Pollock (March 2015)
On the Suspended Sentences of the Scott Sisters: Mass Incarceration, Kidney Donation, and the Biopolitics of Race in the United States. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 250-271). (/isis/citation/CBB568362575/) unapi

Book Neil Krishan Aggarwal (2015)
Mental Health in the War on Terror: Culture, Science, and Statecraft. (/isis/citation/CBB980562940/) unapi

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