Faculty scholarly impact
Our research initiatives are making an impact on the world
Find a snapshot of the meaningful work that our faculty members engage in. To learn more about the experiences and published work of the faculty members in our department, visit the Criminology and Criminal Justice faculty directory.
Criminology and Criminal Justice Faculty Scholars
Unstable Ground: Climate Change, Conflict, and Genocide (Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield, 2017)
Minority threat, community disadvantage and sentencing.
Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice. (2018)
Lost in the park: Learning to navigate the unpredictability of fieldwork.
In R. Shukla and M. Boeri (Eds.), Inside ethnography: Researchers reflect on the challenges of researching hidden populations (pp. 49-64). Oakland, CA: University of California Press. (2019) (with S. Jacques)
Punitiveness and Perceptions of Criminality: An Examination of Attitudes Toward Immigrant Offenders.
Race and Justice. (2018) (with M. Stenger and C. Arazan)
Brooke de Heer
Sexual Violence on Campus: Climate Surveys and Vulnerable Groups.
Journal of School Violence: Special Issue, 16 (2), 207-221. (2016) (with L.C. Jones)
Abolitionist Approaches to Social Problems.
Social Problems. 66(3): 321–331. (2019)
Pedagogy as Empowerment and the Uniqueness of the “Hood” Student.
Contemporary Justice Review Special Issue: Teaching Social Justice: The Classroom as a Space for Social Transformation. Hubbard, Rebecca and Martinson, Kayla (editors). Vol 23:2. (forthcoming)
Investigating the self-protective potential of immobility in victims of rape.
Violence and victims, 32(2), 210-229. (2017) (with B.A. de Heer)
Liam J. Leonard
Environmental Criminology: Spatial Analysis and Regional Issues
(Advances in Sustainability and Environmental Justice Book Series Volume 20). (Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing, 2017)
Raymond J. Michalowski Jr.
Complexity below, complexity above: Intra class conflict, immigration imaginaries, and elite alliances in the Arizona–Mexico borderlands.
Theoretical Criminology, Vol. 23, No. 2: 247-265 (2019) (with Fredric Solop)
Interpersonal Conflict and Academic Success: A Campus Survey with Practical Applications for Academic Ombuds.
The Journal of the International Ombuds Association (2019) (with Heather Foster and Brian Ayres)
Time with Grandchildren: Subjective Well-Being Among Grandparents Living with Their Grandchildren.
Social Indicators Research: 1-22. (2019) (with Rachel E. Dunifon, Kelly A. Musick, and Christopher E. Near)
Colonialism is Crime.
(New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2019) (with Linda M. Robyn)
Colonialism is Crime.
(New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2019) (with Marianne O. Nielsen)
Weeds, Pheasants and Wild Dogs: Resituating the Ecological Paradigm in Postindustrial Detroit.
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 42 (5), 807-827 (2018) (with P. Draus)
Standard of Proof, Presumption of Innocence, and Plea Bargaining: How Wrongful Conviction Data Exposes Inadequate Pre-Trial Criminal Procedure.
Cal. W. L. R., 54, 1, 53 (2018).
Touring for peace: the role of dual-narrative tours in creating transnational activists.
International Journal of Tourism Cities, Vol. 5 No. 2, pp. 200-218. (2019)
“It’s just nice having a real teacher”: Student perceptions of online versus face-to-face instruction.
International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 9(2), 1-18. (2015) (with A.N. Hunt, A. Driscoll, and K. Jicha)
The Continuing Significance of Race: Understanding the Complex Relationship between African Americans and the Criminal Justice System.
In the Criminology and Criminal Justice Collectives, Investigating difference (3rdEdition). (Prentice Hall, 2017)
Doing and Undoing Borders: The Multiplication of Citizenship, Citizenship Performances, and Migration as Social Movement.
Theoretical Criminology 23(2): 136-155. (2019) (with Lynn C. Jones)