2011 Featured Speakers

Speakers listed in anticipated order of appearance.





Jock Young, Ph.D.
John Jay College of Criminal Justice

"Whatever Happened to the Sociological Imagination"


Victor E. Kappeler, Ph.D.
Eastern Kentucky University

"Cultural Criminology, Popular Culture and Media Studies: “Where have all the Marxists Gone?”"




Keith Hayward, Ph.D.
University of Kent, UK

"Pantomime Justice’: Generational dissolution and the culture of now"



Viviane Saleh-Hanna, Ph.D.
University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth

“How does it feel to be a problem?  Black Revolutionary Hip Hop and White Supremacist Criminology”




Judah Schept, Ph.D. Candidate
Indiana University

“Prisoners Behind the Bars of Paragraphs of Agreements that Change Nothing:” Palestinian Hip-Hop and the Political Discourse of Crime and Criminal Justice




Angela M. Nelson, Ph.D.
Bowling Green State University

“Hip-Hop Culture, Crime, and Popular Culture.”



A. Aaron Weisburd, MA, PhD Candidate
University of Illinois, Chicago

“Understanding Global Jihad as a Culture of Violence: an examination of the content, context, and prevalence of depictions of deadly violence on jihadi websites."




Stephanie C. Kane, Ph.D.
Indiana University

"Political Protest in Argentinean Popular Culture"



Cecil Greek, Ph.D.
University of South Florida Polytechnic

"Globalization as the Coming of the Behemoth; The Gothic in Hollywood's View of the Future"

 




 

Past Speakers

2009 Featured Speakers