Articles by Anna Curtis

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2022, Vol. 14 No. 03
Using content analysis, this article focuses on the portrayal of female prisoners in the first two seasons of the Netflix show Orange is the New Black (OITNB). There are two main findings. First, the word "lesbian" frequently signals homophobia... Read Article »

Dr. Anna Curtis is an assistant professor at the State University of New York at Cortland. Her work focuses on gender and incarceration. She has published in Feminist Formations, Men & Masculinities, and has a book forthcoming with Rutgers University Press on fathers in prison. The SUNY Cortland Undergraduate Research Council's Summer Research Fellowship supported the research for this chapter.

Meghan Kocijanski is a graduate of the State University of New York at Cortland, with a degree in Criminology, as well as two minors in Law & Justice and Anthropology. She hopes to move to Washington D.C. and work her way up in a government related field of work. She also intends to get a Criminal Justice Master's degree in the near future.

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