Demonstrating the positive impacts of prison higher education upon diverse populations is part of our mission, and all EJP members—faculty, graduate students, staff, incarcerated EJP students, family members, and community partners—are encouraged to participate in this important aspect of our work.
Members of the Education Justice Project give conference talks and publish articles about EJP and issues related to prison education. They also give presentations about EJP in community settings and produce creative works. We are currently updating our lists of works published and/or presented by EJP members. We hope to make those available again soon.
Interested in learning more about higher education in prison? We invite you to peruse our annotated bibliographies of books and shorter works on that subject.
Download the bibliographies below:
Many of our publications programs are no longer active. However, we maintain this archive for those interested in reading past editions of the EJP newsletter, The Amplifier, and the COVID Student Newsletters. Our blog continues to publish stories of interest.
Our full-color newsletter was formerly published biannually.
We suspended programming at Danville Correctional Center in March 2020 due to the coronavirus, and the student newsletter team has not met since then. However, you can browse earlier editions of The Amplifier.
COVID Student Newsletters
During the pandemic, we sent newsletters into Danville Correctional Center to keep in touch with our students.
Visit our blog to keep up with perspectives on prison education, reentry, and related topics from EJP members and others.
You can download PDFs of EJP’s three collections of student works below.