Post-Imprisonment: Recent Publications


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Hasselberg, I. (2016) Enduring Uncertainty. Deportation, Punishment and the Everyday Life. Oxford and New York: Berghahn books.

Turnbull, S. 2016. Parole in Canada: Gender and Diversity in the Federal System. Vancouver: UBC Press (forthcoming on May 1, 2016).

Journal Articles

Hasselberg, I. (2016). ‘Reshaping possible futures: Deportation, home and the United Kingdom‘, Anthropology Today, 32(1): 19-21. 

Kinner, S.A., Alati, R., Longo, M., Spittal, M., Boyle, F., Williams, G.N. & Lennox, N. (2016). ‘Low-intensity service brokerage increases contact with health care in recently released prisoners: A single-blinded, multi-site randomised controlled trial’. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health

Kinner, S.A., Winter, R. & Saxton, K. (2015). ‘A longitudinal study of health outcomes for people released from prison in Fiji: The HIP-Fiji project.’ Australasian Psychiatry, 23(6 Supp), 17-21.

Kinner, S.A., Young, J.T. & Carroll, M. (2015). ‘The pivotal role of primary care in meeting the health needs of people recently released from prison.’ Australasian Psychiatry, 23(6), 650-653

Kinner, S.A., Degenhardt, L., Coffey, C., Hearps, S., Spittal, M., Sawyer, S. & Patton, G. (2015). ‘Substance use and risk of death in young offenders: A prospective data linkage study.’ Drug and Alcohol Review, 34,46-50

Lloyd, J., Delaney-Thiele, D., Abbott, P., Baldry, E., McEntyre, E., Reath, J., Indig, D., Sherwood, J., Harris, M. (2015). ‘The role of primary health care services to better meet the needs of Aboriginal Australians transitioning from prison to the community‘, BMC Family Practice, 16:86.

Book Chapters

Turnbull, S. (forthcoming) Starting Again: Life After Deportation from the United Kingdom. In: S. Khosravi (ed.) After Deportation. London: Palgrave Macmillan


Growns B, Kinner S, Baldry E, Conroy E & Larney S. (2016). Supported accommodation services for people released from custody: a scoping review to Inform the Development of the Rainbow Lodge Program. Sydney: National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, University of New South Wales


Kinner, S.A. (2015). Our $3b-a-year system is flying blind in supporting ex-prisoners. The Conversation, 27 April 2015