Areas of Expertise

Study criminology and justice policy with renowned scholars in the heart of Boston.

 

GIA BARBOZA Ph.D., Michigan State University
Race & Justice, Community Development
DONNA BISHOP Ph.D., University at Albany
Juvenile Justice & Youth Policy
EKATERINA BOTCHKOVAR Ph.D., North Carolina State University
Criminological Theory
ANTHONY BRAGA Ph.D., Rutgers University
Policing and Firearms
CARLOS CUEVAS Ph.D., California School of Professional Psychology
Victimization & Trauma
KEVIN DRAKULICH Ph.D., University of Washington
Race, Ethnicity, Inequality & Crime
AMY FARRELL Ph.D., Northeastern University
Race, Gender, & the Administration of Justice
JAMES ALAN FOX Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
Homicide, Mass Murder, Death Penalty
NATASHA A. FROST Ph.D., City University of New York
Punishment & Social Control
JACK R. GREENE Ph.D., Michigan State University
Policing, Organizational Behavior
NI HE Ph.D., University of Nebraska
Comparative Criminal Justice & Policing
RODERICK IRELAND Ph.D., Northeastern University
Jurisprudence, Juvenile Law
PETER K. MANNING Ph.D., Duke University
Rationalization of Policing, Democratic Policing
INEKE MARSHALL Ph.D., Bowling Green State University
Comparative & Global Criminology
RAMIRO MARTINEZ Ph.D., The Ohio State University
Violent Crime, Immigration & Crime
JACK MCDEVITT Ph.D., Northeastern University
Race & Justice, Hate Crimes, CJ Organizations
DAN O’BRIEN Ph.D., Binghamton University
Urban Studies, Ecology & Behavior
NIKOS PASSAS Ph.D., University of Edinburgh
 White Collar, Organized, & International Crime
GLENN PIERCE Ph.D., Northeastern University
Crime, Firearms Violence, & Security
NICOLE RAFTER Ph.D., University at Albany
Genocide, Biology & Crime
SIMON SINGER Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
Juvenile Delinquency & Juvenile Justice
JACOB STOWELL Ph.D., University at Albany
Communities & Crime, Immigration
BRANDON C. WELSH Ph.D., University of Cambridge
Crime Prevention, Evidence-Based Policy
GREGORY ZIMMERMAN Ph.D., University at Albany
Crime & Criminal Offending in Context