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Larson Publishes Essay in The Atlantic Monthly Online

An essay by Professor of English and Creative Writing Doran Larson has been published in The Atlantic Monthly online. In “Why Scandinavian Prisons are Superior,” Larson contends that “open” prisons, in which detainees are allowed to live like regular citizens, should be a model for the U.S.  More ...

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Larson Invited Speaker, Panelist at Conferences

Professor of English and Creative Writing Doran Larson was an invited speaker and panelist at several recent conferences.  More ...

Creative Writing Majors Experience 13th Annual New Yorker Festival

On October 5, senior creative writing majors Seiya Asada-Johnson, Martin Cain, Anna Paikert and Cecelie Pikus traveled to New York City to attend the 13th annual New Yorker Festival with Professors of Creative Writing Doran Larson and Jane Springer.  More ...

Larson Presents at Law & Society Conference

Professor of English and Creative Writing Doran Larson delivered a paper titled Ethnic American Civil Death: Constructing the Alien in Asian & Pacific Islander Prison Writing at the International Law & Society Association Conference in Honolulu in June.  More ...

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Bard Prison Initiative Founder Max Kenner Recounts Program Success

Max Kenner, founder and executive director of the Bard Prison Initiative (BPI), spoke in the Red Pit on Thursday evening. His talk, titled “Values of a Liberal Education: Reflections on Ten Years of the Bard Prison Initiative,” addressed not only BPI but also treatment toward incarcerated people on a national level.  More ...

Larson Publishes Essay, Presents Papers

Professor of English and Creative Writing Doran Larson published an essay, "Abolition from Within: Enabling the Citizen Convict" in the latest issue (#91) of Radical Teacher. He also presented four papers in recent months.  More ...

Attica Symposium Revisits 1971 Uprising

“It is the one of the toughest and, at times, most brutal prisons in America,” said Doran Larson, professor of English, in introducing the Attica symposium on Sept. 16.  The symposium detailed the uprising of 1971 that left 39 dead and led to major prison reform.  More ...

Betsy Jensen, Doran Larson, Russell Marcus and Anne Lacsamana.
Teaching Awards Presented to Jensen, Larson, Lacsamana and Marcus

Hamilton’s highest awards for teaching were presented at Class & Charter Day on May 6 to  Professor of Economics Elizabeth Jensen, Professor of English and Creative Writing Doran Larson, Associate Professor of Women’s Studies Anne Lacsamana and Assistant Professor of Philosophy Russell Marcus. Frank Anechiarico '71, the Maynard-Knox Professor of Government and Law, was presented with the Sidney Wertimer Award by the Student Assembly.  More ...

Larson Publishes in College Literature
Professor of English Doran Larson's essay, "Toward a Prison Poetics," appears in the current edition of College Literature (Summer, 2010). The essay is based on Larson's research in global prison writing; it proposes that prison writing presents a genre united not only by comparable contexts and author experience, but by recurrent formal tropes. More ...
Larson Details Prison Writing Class in Chronicle Essay
Professor of English and Creative Writing Doran Larson published an essay “Writing Behind the Wall” in The Chronicle of Higher Education (8/1/10). The piece details Larson’s experiences in teaching creative writing at a maximum security prison and the related class he teaches at Hamilton, “20th Century American Prison Writing.” More ...
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