PUBLISHED: Co-Authored the Introduction of “The Terrorization of Dissent” (2014)
Book Release / Critical Criminology / Critical Media Studies / Environmental Justice

PUBLISHED: Co-Authored the Introduction of “The Terrorization of Dissent” (2014)

Introduction: Situating the Repression and Corruption of the AETA In “The Terrorization of Dissent: Corporate Repression, Legal Corruption, and the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act” Edited by Jason Del Gandio and Anthony J. Nocella 2014 Lantern Books In 2006 the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act (AETA) was passed with the intention to equip law enforcement agencies with … Continue reading

Activism and Social Movements / Critical Media Studies / Critical Pedagogy / Cultural Studies / Disability Pedagogy / Gender Studies

Book Talk and Discussion on Disability Studies and the Hollywood Industrial Complex

!! Book Talk and Release !!  Conversations in Conflict Studies Series presents~ Friday, February 25, 2011 at 12:30 p.m. …400 Eggers Hall, the PARCC Conference Room Syracuse University, New York Book Talk and Release of “Hollywood’s Exploited: Public Pedagogy, Corporate Movies, and Cultural Crisis” (Palgrave 2010) Please join us as co-editor Anthony Nocella, Instructor at … Continue reading

Animal Advocacy / Book Release / Critical Media Studies / Cultural Studies / Disability Studies / Gender Studies / LGBTQ Studies / Youth Studies

New Book “Hollywood’s Exploited” is Out

This book provides an interdisciplinary and collaborative anthology that seeks to make a compelling and exciting analysis of contemporary Hollywood film texts (and the larger industry and society to which they are dialectically related) in light of Giroux’s ideas about public pedagogy. ___________________ Benjamin Frymer is Assistant Professor of Sociology in the Hutchins School of … Continue reading

Critical Criminology / Critical Media Studies / Globalization, Labor, and Economics / Prisons, Torture, and Death Penalty

Making a Profit off Torture

Making a Profit off Torture Anthony J. Nocella, II Upon returning from the 2009 American Society of Criminology’s Annual Conference in Philadelphia and having observed tour after tour of scholars heading off to the Eastern State Penitentiary’s (ESP) “Terror Behind the Walls” experience, I started questioning what was going on there. The Eastern State Penitentiary’s … Continue reading