Criminology and Art at the Reformatory Prison for Women

Emily Hainze

Boston University

Emily Hainze is a Postdoctoral Associate at Boston University. She received her PhD in English and Comparative Literature from Columbia University. She is working on a book manuscript that focuses on the cultural and literary history of the women’s prison in the late 19th and early 20th century U.S.  Her work has recently appeared in American Literature and Public Books. 


Emily Hainze (Boston University) This paper examines the creative work incarcerated Black women produced at the Reformatory Prison for Women in Framingham, MA in the early 20th century. While Framingham was one of the... [ view full abstract ]


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