Carlisle native Emma Kaufman presented her research on the rise of all-foreign prison systems in the United Kingdom and the United States in “Prisons Built to Expel,” part of the Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues’ new initiative, Leadership in an Age of Uncertainty.
Kaufman is a current researcher for the University of Oxford Border Criminologies Project. During her talk she explained the importance of the rise of the “all-foreign” prison system as well as its implications on the purpose of prisons. The event was held on Monday, Feb. 15 in Stern Center. It was co-sponsored by the Churchill Fund.