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Carceral Cultures


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Huron County Museum and Historic Gaol, Goderich, Ontario (Photo credit: Alex Luscombe, June 2014)

Ferguson, M., K. Walby and J. Piché. ‘Tour Guide Styles at Penal Museums in Canada’. Forthcoming with International Journal of Tourism Research
                 
Luscombe, A., Walby, K. and J. Piché. ‘Marketing of Pain and Souvenirs of Suffering at Prison and Jail Museums in Canada’. Forthcoming with Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research
 
Fiander, S., A. Chen, J. Piché and K. Walby. ‘Critical Punishment Memorialization and Penal Museums in Canada’. Forthcoming with Critical Criminology
 
Walby, K. and J. Piché. 2016. ‘Reflections on Visual Methods from a Study of Manitoulin Island’s Penal History Museums’. Annual Review of Interdisciplinary Justice Research 5: 56-72.
 
Walby, K. and J. Piché. 2015. ‘Staged Authenticity and Carceral Museums in Canada’. Tourist Studies 15/3: 231-247.
 
Walby, K. and J. Piché. 2015. ‘Carceral Retasking and the Work of Historical Societies at Decommissioned Lock-ups, Jails, and Prisons in Ontario’. In Historical Geographies of Prisons: Unlocking the Usable Carceral Past, K. Morin and D. Moran (eds). London: Routledge. Pp 88-105.
 
Ferguson, M., J. Piché, and K. Walby. 2015. ‘Social Media Responses to Tours of Decommissioned Carceral Sites in Canada’. Crime Media Culture 11/3: 357-374.
 
Walby, K. and J. Piché. 2015. ‘Making Meaning Out of Punishment: Penitentiary, Prison, Jail and Lock-up Museums in Canada’. Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice 57/4: 475-502.