Graduate Student Paper Award

Graduate Student Paper Award

The Graduate Student Paper Award recognizes and honors outstanding theoretical or empirical critical criminological scholarship by a graduate student.

2016

  • Jordan Mazurek, University of Kent
    “Nemo’s Plight: Political Economy, green-Cultural Criminology and Fish Abuse”

2015

  • Kaitlyn Robison, Old Dominion University

2014

  • Johann A. Koehler, University of California, Berkeley

2013

  • Justin Turner, Old Dominion University (First Place)
  • Bill McClanahan, Eastern Kentucky University (Second Place)

2012

  • Jennifer Carlson, University of California, Berkeley

2011

  • Victoria E. Collins, Old Dominion University

2010

  • Avi Brisman, Emory University
  • Jaclyn San Antonio, University of Ontario Institute of Technology

2009

  • Kathryn Henne, Univ of California, Irvine (First Place)
  • John Brent, Univ of Delaware (Second Place)

2008

  • Travis Linnemann, Kansas State University (First Place)
  • Randy Myers, University of California Irvine (Second Place)

2007

  • Ashley Demyan, University of California, Irvine

2006

  • Tracey Hayes, Southern Illinois University – Edwardsville
  • Lisa Kruse, Eastern Michigan University

2005

  • Jennifer Gibbs and Kathryn Vincent, University of Maryland

2004

  • Emily Troshynski, London School of Economics (First Place)
  • Jennifer Gibbs, University of Maryland (Second Place)

2002

  • Christopher Schneider, Northeastern Illinois University

2000

  • Lisa Pasko, University of Hawaii at Manoa, “Criminal Justice in the Mother Tongue:  A Feminist Critique of Restorative Justice.” (First Place)
  • Marlyce Nuzum, Eastern Michigan University, “The Commercialization of Justice: Public Good or Private Greed?” (Second Place)

1999

  • Phillip Chong Ho Shon, UIC Department of Criminal Justice, “Postmodernizing Police Studies: Mastrofski and Parks Revisited”

1998

  • Eric Silver, SUNY Albany, “Actuarial Risk Assessment and Social Science: A Cautionary Note” (First Place)
  • Christopher Mullins, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, “The Ghost Dance: A Case Study in State Crime” (Second Place)
  • Kevin Whiteacre, Indiana University, “The Criminalization of LSD: What a Short Strange Trip it Was” (Third Place)

1996

  • George S. Rigakos, York University, “New Right, New Left, New Challenges: Understanding and Responding to Neoconservativism in Contemporary Criminology.” (First Place)
  • Rosario Arrabito, Northern Illinois University, “Assistance to Whom?” and Shadd Maruna, Northwestern University, “Becoming (non-) Deviant: Self-Narratives of Desistance from Crime.” (Second Place)