Penal Institutions and Their Hybridizations "in Action"Vol. 25 (2020)
The TSANTSA special issue 25/2020 Penal Institutions and Their Hybridizations "in Action" discusses the relationship between the penal state and the welfare state, between punishment, rehabilitation, and risk management, and between prison and non-custodial sentences. The contributions examine how these seemingly distinct areas empirically come together to constitute a “sociopenal continuum”. The contributions examine three forms of hybridization. The first form is apparent when two institutions pursuing distinct missions are called upon to collaborate in order to deal with the same public; the second emerges when two paradigms for intervention compete with each other within the same institutional framework; and the third can be observed in the trajectories of the publics of criminal justice institutions, marked by a diverse range of measures for intervention (whether social, judicial, or therapeutic).
Guest editors: Géraldine Bugnon, Arnaud Frauenfelder, Armelle Weil
Decolonial Processes in Swiss Academia and Cultural Institutions: Empirical and Theoretical ApproachesVol. 24 (2019)
This issue discusses aspects of decolonial processes and their relevance with regard to Swiss cultural institutions and higher education by presenting key concepts of decolonial thinking such as coloniality, modernity and de-linking. Boaventura de Sousa Santos’s suggestions for decolonising Western universities are juxtaposed with actual decolonial processes taking place in different academic, (art) education and museum settings in Switzerland and abroad, and their political dimensions are scrutinised.
Guest editors: Fiona Siegenthaler, Marie-laure Allain Bonilla
This issue – as well as all previous issues – can be found on the legacy website of TSANTSA: archive.tsantsa.ch