Prison, Architecture and Humans (Heftet)


Elisabeth Fransson, Francesca Giofrè, Berit Johnsen (red.)

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Innbinding: Heftet
Utgivelsesår: 2019
Antall sider: 349
Forlag: Cappelen Damm Akademisk
Språk/målform: Engelsk
ISBN: 9788202636357
Kategori: Sosiologi og Samfunnsfag
Fag: Samfunnsfag, Sosiologi
Nivå: Akademisk
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Hva er fengselsarkitektur og hvordan kan den studeres? Hvordan blir begreper som humanisme, verdighet og solidaritet oversatt til fengselsarkitektur? Hva betyr bevegelser i fengselslandskap? Dette er sentrale spørsmål i tekstene som presenteres i denne antologien. Boken er et resultat av samarbeid mellom arkitekter og forskere i Italia, Norge og Sverige. Den tilbyr nye tilnærminger til studier av fengselsarkitektur og pønologisk forskning gjennom sitt fokus på fengselsdesign, fengselsartefakter, fengselshverdagsliv og innesperrede kropper. Boken vil være nyttig for studenter, forskere, arkitekter og politikere.

Elisabeth Fransson er sosiolog og førsteamanuensis ved Kriminalomsorgens høgskole og utdanningssenter KRUS. Francesca Giofrè er arkitekt og førsteamanuensis ved Department Pianificazione, Design, tecnologia dell'Architettura, Sapienza Università di Roma. Berit Johnsen er førsteamanuensis og forskningssjef ved Kriminalomsorgens høgskole og utdanningssenter KRUS.

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Prison, Architecture and Humans
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Elisabeth Fransson is a sociologist and Associate Professor at the University College of Norwegian Correctional Service in Norway. Her particular research interests are prisons as socio-material contexts, everyday prison life, professional ideologies and daily practices, and the imprisoned body. Fransson is involved in various prison studies; recently in a study of the Youth Units in Norway. She has published several articles within the field of penology. Together with Francesca Giofrè she is responsible for the PriArcH network.
Francesca Giofrè, Architect, PhD, Associate Professor of the Technology of Architecture at the Faculty of Architecture, Department of Planning, Design, Technology of Architecture, Sapienza University of Rome. Her research areas are: innovation in the design and building process, design for all and, recently, healthy cities. She has made many feasibility design studies in the field of architecture for health, and she has published various papers, articles and books with national and international publishers.
Berit Johnsen holds a PhD in sports and is Associate Professor and Head of the Research Department at KRUS. Besides being interested in leisure activities, bodies and movement in prison, she is currently involved in studies of the quality of prison life, preventive detention and prison staff professionalism. Johnsen has alone and along with others published several papers and articles within the field of penology. She is a member of the PriArcH network, and she is, at the policy level, involved in the building of Agder prison in Norway.
Gudrun Brottveit is a criminologist and Associate Professor in Psychosocial Work and Welfare Studies at the University College of Østfold. Her research interests are related to critical criminology, the materiality of punishment, professional practices focusing on interpersonal meetings, subject ontology and body phenomenology. Brottveit has been responsible for various qualitative research projects and has participated in several national and international multidisciplinary research collaborations.
Stefano Catucci is Associate Professor at Sapienza University of Rome. He teaches aesthetics at the University of Rome “Sapienza”. He has published writings on early twentieth century German and French philosophy and is the author of an Introduction to Foucault reprinted several times (ed. Laterza). He has created and organized meetings on “Philosophy and Music” at the Biennale Musica in Venice (2006 and 2007) and the “States-General of Arts” in Florence (2011).
Rosalba D’Onofrio is an Assistant Professor in Urban Planning at the University of Camerino, where she teaches Urban Planning. She has conducted extensive research in the field of environmental and landscape urban design. Her current research focuses on the relationship between urban planning, well-being and the health of cities.
Pier Matteo Fagnoni, graduated from the Faculty of Architecture in Florence in 1995, and received a PhD in the Technology of Architecture in 2000 from Sapienza University of Rome. He serves as a Contract Professor in Technology in Florence and Rome. The favored field of interest is connected to organization and management. In recent years he has often worked as Project Manager managing investments from foreign companies. In 2002 he founded the “Fagnoni & Associati” architecture firm, with Raffaella Fagnoni and Daniele Desii.
Inger Marie Fridhov is a theologian and criminologist. She has been working with crime, crime prevention, prison and prisoners for the last 35 years - both as a scientist and as an administrator of cultural and rehabilitation projects. She has written several reports and been a co-writer of many books in this field.
Loredana Giani is Full Professor of Administrative Law at the European
University of Rome. Author of several books and more than 70 articles, her
main research interests are related to the organisational profile of public administrations
and the legal aspects regarding the guarantee of fundamental rights
mainly in relation to public services.
Linda Grøning is Professor at the Law Faculty, University of Bergen. She received her Juris Dr. title in 2008 at the Law Faculty in Lund, Sweden, and has since published extensively in the research areas of criminal law and criminal justice. Gröning is Project Leader for the research project The Functionality of the Criminal Justice System, and Leader for the research group in Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure at the Faculty of Law in Bergen.
Yngve Hammerlin er sosiolog (dr.philos.) og forsker ved Kriminalomsorgens utdanningssenter. Han har skrevet og bidratt i en rekke bøker, forskningsrapporter og artikler om vold, kriminalomsorg, selvmord, menneskesyn og etikk.
Franz James is a Ph.D. student and Associate Professor in Furniture Design at HDK - Academy of Design and Craft, University of Gothenburg. His work is in the field of design of the physical environment in prisons and psychiatric hospitals.
John K. is a pseudonym, serving a sentence in an open prison. He began keeping a diary when first incarcerated and subsequently joined a collaborative writing project together with researchers. He continues to write and is still contributing to prison research. His research has been presented at conferences, and now, in this book.
Livia Porro is an architect who has been dealing with inclusive design since her Master thesis (Center for Education and Rehabilitation at La Boca, Buenos Aires, 2013). She is currently completing her PhD in Engineering-based Architecture and Urban Planning at the Faculty of Engineering, at Sapienza University of Rome. Her research focuses on defining design criteria for residential facilities for adults with autism spectrum disorders. She contributes to research and teaching activities led by Professor Francesca Giofrè.
Tore Rokkan is an Associate Professor working as a Researcher in the Research Department at the University College of Norwegian Correctional Service. His interest is on professionals’ and organizations’ cooperation and competence in
developing and implementing new policy and practice. He is also interested in new methods and designs in the field of corrections. He has been involved in the development and evaluation of several projects and programmes in the prison and probation service over the last 15 years. Recent research involves studies on foreign inmates serving their sentence in Norway and inmates serving their Norwegian sentence in other countries.
Ferdinando Terranova has been Full Professor of the Technology of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, Sapienza University of Rome. He was Director of the Department of Innovation Technology in Architecture and the Culture of Environment, and director of the Level II Master in Architecture for Health for Developing Countries. He is an expert in the field of programming and the planning of complex building, with a special focus on healthcare and social care architecture, and in the field of Italian building production policy.
Elio Trusiani is an architect, PhD, Associate Professor of Urban Planning at the University of Camerino and Professor at the Specialisation School of “Beni Architettonici e Paesaggio” Sapienza University of Rome. His fields of applied research are: town planning, urban regeneration and cultural landscape planning with a focus on emerging regions and developing countries. His most recent field of research is the relationship between urban planning and health.