Judah Schept’s newest book, Progressive Punishment is a well-researched and well-narrated study, offering a novel perspective on the relationship between liberal politics, neoliberalism, and mass incarceration.
Samantha Cook, a senior criminal justice major at Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Justice & Safety had her research project - A Newspaper Content Analysis of Flooding in Appalachian Mining Towns selected to bepresented at the fourteenth annual Posters-at-the-Capitol in Frankfort on February 25, 2016.
EKU School of Justice Studies Associate Professor Judah Schept has co-edited a special issue of the journal Social Justice: A Journal of Crime, Conflict and World Order entitled “Youth Under Control: Punishment and Reform in the Neoliberal State.” With his co-editor and colleague from Old Dominion University, Randy
Jordan Mazurek, MSc Criminology & Criminal Justice, has been invited to participate in a social justice panel discussion featuring filmmaker Ben Evans and Kentucky Environmental Foundation founder Craig Williamsat the premiere of
Kevin Minor, Professor, School of Justice Studies is featured in a recent podcast on the unique working conditions and stresses facing corrections officers and the need for programs to provide better training and assistance.
Melissa Pujol, who graduated with her MS in criminal justice in 2015, has just earned her first publication in peer-reviewed journal Critical Criminology, the official journal of the Division on Critical Criminology of the American Society of Criminology.