Diversity in Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies, edited by Derek M.D. Silva and Mathieu Deflem (Emerald Publishing, 2022)

Derek M.D. Silva, Editor 
King's University College
and 
Mathieu Deflem, Editor
University of South Carolina

This book is published as Volume 27 of Sociology of Crime, Law, and Deviance.

Emerald Publishing (Bingley, UK), May 5, 2022. ISBN: 9781801170024



SYNOPSIS 

The chapters in this book discuss a variety of issues of significance to equity, inclusion, and diversity in criminology and criminal justice studies. The research area of crime, criminal justice, and social control has typically devoted attention to diversity issues in its subject matter much more than in the profession and scholarship itself. By and large, the disparities in the criminal justice system are much better known than the inequities that exist in criminology and among scholars of criminal justice. The authors in this volume demonstrate the theoretical and methodological maturity and diversity in reflexive accounts of criminology and criminal justice in a number of areas, such as and teaching and research in criminology, queer criminology, the intersections of race and gender, Indigeneity and decolonization, domestic violence, human rights, mass incarceration, and ableism. Presenting a state-of-the-art overview of diversity in criminological and criminal justice methodologies, this volume should be of interest to a wide range of scholars and students in the fields of criminology, sociology, law, justice policy, and criminal justice.

This volume is published in the Emerald series, Sociology of Crime, Law and Deviance.



TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION: DIVERSE VOICES IN THE FIELDS OF CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE [online]
        Derek M.D. Silva and Mathieu Deflem

PART I – DIVERSITY IN THE PROFESSION

DIVERSITY IN TEACHING AND RESEARCHING CRIMINAL LAW AND CRIMINOLOGY
Frances P. Bernat

LURKING WITH/IN MAINSTREAM CRIMINOLOGIES AS A QUEER CRIMINOLOGIST: LEARNINGS AND REFLECTIONS
Angela Dwyer

ANTI-BLACKNESS, CRITICAL CRIMINOLOGY, THE UNIVERSITY, AND VIOLENCE WORK: THE FORMATION AND DEFORMATION OF CRITICAL CRIMINOLOGY IN CANADA
Tamari Kitossa and Gökbörü Sarp Tanyildiz

BLACK ON BLUE, WILL NOT DO: NAVIGATING CANADA’S EVIDENCE BASED POLICING COMMUNITY AS A BLACK ACADEMIC
Kanika Samuels-Wortley

PART II – DECOLONIZING CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDIES

POWER AND PLACE: MAPPING INDIGENOUS GRASSROOTS ORGANIZING AND MOBILIZING FOR THE MMIWG2S+ PEOPLE
Vicki Chartrand

CANADIAN RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS AND INDIGENOUS HUMAN RIGHTS
David Milward

THE INTERSECTION OF RACE AND GENDER IN HUMAN TRAFFICKING VULNERABILITY AND CRIMINALIZATION
Cassandra Mary Frances Gonzalez

PART III – AXES OF INCLUSION AND EXCLUSION

THE NATURE AND NECESSITY OF INTERSECTIONALITY TO FEMINIST CRIMINOLOGICAL WORK ON INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE
Jordan Fairbairn

PERSONAL TROUBLES ARE PUBLIC ISSUES: END MASS INCARCERATION
Shanell Sanchez, Kelly Szott, and Emma Ryan

PRENATAL TESTING, DOWN SYNDROME, AND SELECTIVE TERMINATION: A (CRITICAL) CRIMINOLOGY OF GENOCIDE?
Ryan Thorneycroft

BLURRED CONSENT AND REDISTRIBUTED PRIVACY: OWNING LGBTQ IDENTITY IN SURVEILLANCE CAPITALISM
Justin R. Ellis



AVAILABILITY

This book is available via Amazon/resellers and internet stores

Also available online as part of the Sociology of Crime, Law and Deviance series (subscription). 


See also other works by Silva and other edited books by Deflem.