surveillance, boundaries, prison design, architecture and surveillance, architecture and punishment, ritual, discipline, punishment
"This thesis is intended as an enquiry into the origins of discipline and its subsequent representations through the twentieth century. This proect will examine issues of surveilance and control, coundary and institutions, as a contemporary critique of nineteenth century practices of formation and re-formation. Furthermore, the investigation will examine the evolution of institutional confinement, and propose a re-sacrilization of punishment through rituals of discipline.
Pell, Benjamin, "Passing Through: An Enquiry Into Boundaries" (1997). Architecture Thesis Prep. 180.
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