Selected Faculty Publications

Baker, D. and Wilson, S. (2015). “Strain Theory and Human Trafficking: An Integrated
Approach” Journal of Criminal Justice and Law Review.

Gabbidon, S. and Greene, H. T. (2015). Race and Crime (4th edition). Sage Publications

Georges-Abeyie, D. (2015) “Sex, Gender, “Multidimensional Value Space and Sociocultural
Resistance-Afrocentrism”, Journal: Women & Criminal Justice.

Greene, H.T. (2014). “Still at the Periphery: Teaching Race, Ethnicity, Crime and Justice.” Hayes, R.M., Luther, K., and Caringella, S. (Eds.), Teaching Criminology at the Intersection; A How-to Guide for Teaching about Gender, Race, and Class. New York: Taylor Francis. (August 15).

Henderson, H., Tanana, M., Bourgeois, J., Adams, A.T. (2015) . Psychometric Racial/Ethnic Predictive Inequities within Risk Needs Assessment Instruments. Journal of Black Studies.

Kalunta-Crumpton, A. (2015) Pan-African Issues in Drugs and Drug Control: An International Perspective. Ashgate.

Nayer, G., Gallo, R., Amos, C. & Colas, J. (2015). Prison Reentry Programs: The Key to Stop the Revolving Door. Journal of Criminal Justice and Law Review.

Obi, R. (2015). Has the Election of Barack Obama as United States President Coincided with a Reduced or Increased Rate of Racial Hate Crime against Black Americans? Journal of Criminal Justice and Law Review.

Onwudiwe, I., Okoye, I. Oludare, A. (2015). Prison Reentry Programs: The Key to Stop the Revolving Door. Journal of Criminal Justice and Law Review.

Steinmetz, K. & Henderson, H. (2015). “Inequality on Probation: An Examination of Differential Probation Outcomes.” Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice.

Steinmetz, K. & Henderson, H. (2015). “On the Precipice of Intersectionality: The Influence of Race, Gender, and Offense Severity Interactions on Probation Outcomes.”
Criminal Justice Review.

Steinmetz, K. & Henderson, H. (Forthcoming). Hip-hop’s criminological thought. Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture.

Williams, J. and Baker, D. (Forthcoming). Colorblind Criminology: Race and Criminological Inquiry. International Journal of Criminology and Sociology Theory.

Williams, J. and Greene, H.T. “Crime and Social Justice: Reflections on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Ideals, Perspectives and Vision.” Invited manuscript submitted to the Journal of Race and Policy for a forthcoming edited volume to be published by the University Press of Mississippi. Forthcoming in 2015.