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Hal Pepinsky: “A Criminologist’s Quest for Peace”
Hal Pepinsky: “Crime and Conflict”
Hal Pepinsky: “Peacemaking: Reflections of a Radical Criminologist”
Herman & Julia Schwendinger: “BIG BROTHER is LOOKING at YOU, KID! Is Homeland Fascism Possible?”
Little Rock Reed: “The American Indian in the White Man’s Prisons: A Story of Genocide”
Pepinsky and Jesilow: “Myths That Cause Crime”
The Bush Family: A Continuing Criminal Enterprise?
Adult Continuing Education in Prison
College Courses in Prison
GED and Corrections
ESL in Corrections
Literacy in Corrections
Dueling Paradigms: Modernist v. Postmodernist Thought
Integrative Theories, Integrating Criminologies
The Perils of Publication and the Call to Action
On Arrigo – Listserv Discussion
Back to the “Old Ways”: Getting Students and the DCC involved in Activism
Criminal Justice Education Moves Online
Humanizing Criminal Justice Education: Alternatives to “Us” Versus “Them”
Bad Girls, Bad Girls, Whatcha Gonna Do?
Doing Feminist Criminology
Feminism and Critical Criminology: Toward a Feminist Praxis
Review of “Mean Girl” Books
Big Green Crimes — The End of Water?
Environmental Damage Remains Widespread while Criminology Sleeps
New Incinerator Rule Implementation Postponed By EPA: Obama’s New Conservative Environmental Approach.
Mediation and Dispute Resolution
Rockefeller Drug Laws
Empathy Works, Obedience Doesn’t
The Existential Question, What Is Real?
Fear and Loathing in an Age of Show Business: Reflections on Televised Executions
Felony Disenfranchisement Laws
The November Coalition
Class, Race, and Gender in Criminology and Criminal Justice: Ways of Seeing Difference
Summarizing the New US Census Bureau Report on Income and Poverty: The Rich Continue to Get Richer
Keeping it Radical: Exploring Income, Income Inequality and Poverty Data for the US.
Crime or Act of War? – The Media, 9-11, and Iraq
The International Criminal Court
Humor and Entertainment
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Cop Shows: A Critical History of Police Dramas on Television
The CSI Effect: Television, Crime, and Governance (Critical Studies in Television)