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In 2008, The Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program convened a Research Committee to (1) facilitate a collective, critical, and professional consciousness about social justice, crime, and incarceration through the exploration of the Inside-Out program pedagogy, impact, and effectiveness; (2) develop and encourage proposals for various types of research that focus on The Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program; and (3) establish ethical guidelines for inquiry that would meet and exceed the federal human subjects guidelines in research practices. In fall 2012, Research Committee members Sarah Allred, Angela Bryant, Phil Goodman, Kurt Fowler, Jim Nolan, Lori Pompa, and Dan Stageman joined with Simone Davis and Barbara Roswell for a roundtable discussion of the central claim that Inside-Out is “transformative.” This chapter frames and summarizes that conversation.
Allred, S., et al. (2013) Alchemy and Inquiry: Reflections on an Inside-Out Research Roundtable. In Davis, S., & Roswell, B. (2013). Turning Teaching Inside Out: A Pedagogy of Transformation for Community-Based Education. New York: Palgrave MacMillan.