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Dr. Ben-Moshe holds a PhD in Sociology (2011) with concentrations in Women and Gender Studies and Disability Studies from Syracuse University and was an AAUW Research Fellowship recipient for 2017-2018. Her areas of interest are: Incarceration and decarceration/ Critical prison studies/Prison abolition; Disability Studies/Mad Studies; Social theory (Feminist, Queer, Critical Race); Activism and resistance; Inclusive pedagogy
Ben- Moshe, L. (Forthcoming April 2020)Decarcerating Disability: Deinstitutionalization and Prison Abolition. University of Minnesota Press
Ben-Moshe, L., Chapman, C. and Carey, A. (eds.) (2014). Disability Incarcerated: Imprisonment and Disability in the US and Canada. With a foreword by Angela Y. Davis. Palgrave McMillan Press
Ben-Moshe, L., Feldbaum, M., Cory, R. and Sagendorf, K. (eds.) (2005). Building Pedagogical Curb Cuts: Incorporating Disability in the University Classroom and Curriculum. Syracuse University
Ben-Moshe, L. (2018) Dis-Epistemologies of Abolition. Critical Criminology, 26(3), 341-355
Ben-Moshe, L. (2017) Why prisons are not the new asylums. Punishment and Society 19 (3), pp. 272 – 289