Benjamin Stumpf

Ph.D. Candidate


Education: Hampshire College, BA, Philosophy

Research: I am interested in the intersection of political theory, critical prison and police studies, archives of resistance and rebellion, and transformative social change. My current research examines the politics of prisoner produced newsletters and the work of imprisoned intellectuals in Washington during the 1970s/80s. I am also studying the global politics of police de/militarization in Willimantic, Connecticut. My work has been published in Radical Philosophy Review (2020) and Black Issues in Philosophy (2021).

Benjamin Stumpf
Contact Information
Emailbenjamin.stumpf@uconn.edu