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for starters, uou will likely find the group on Crime, Punishment, and Mass Incarceration of interest (http://publicphilosophynetwork.ning.com/group/crime-punishment-and-mass-incarceration). Although there isn't a group specifically dedicated to practicing the Humanities in prisons, there are a number of PPN members who share your interest in this kind of work. You might, then, also consider starting your own affinity group that aims to address these topics in a more direct and focused manner. You can click on the 'Members' tab and type "prison" in the search box to find other members who might like to join such a group.
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