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                    Kevin F. Steinmetz
                         Curriculum Vitae
OFFICE ADDRESS:   College of Criminal Justice
                  Sam Houston State University
                  816 17th St.; P.O. Box 2296
                  Office CL13
                  Huntsville, TX 77341-2296
                  (859)351-2713
                  kfs006@shsu.edu

EDUCATION:        Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Student, Criminal Justice, 2010, In Progress
                  Sam Houston State University
                  Huntsville, TX

                  Master of Science (M.S.), Criminal Justice, May 2010
                  Eastern Kentucky University
                  Richmond, KY
                  Thesis: The Pixelated Jolly Roger: An Ethnographic Study of Online
                          Pirates (Thesis Chair: Kenneth D. Tunnell).

                  Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Police Studies, May 2008
                  Eastern Kentucky University
                  Richmond, KY

PROFESSIONAL      Ph.D. Student, August 2010 – Present
EXPERIENCE:       College of Criminal Justice
                  Criminal Justice Center
                  Sam Houston State University
                  Huntsville, TX 77341-2296
                      • Conducted research under the Correctional Management Institute of
                          Texas (CMIT).
                      • Conducted research under Dr. Howard Henderson.

                  Graduate Assistant, August 2008 – May 2010
                  Dept. of Criminal Justice and Police Studies
                  Eastern Kentucky University
                  521 Lancaster Ave
                  467 Stratton Building
                  Richmond, KY 40475
                      • Performed research under Kenneth Tunnell and Victor Kappeler.
                      • Involved in co-teaching under Robin Haarr (Spring 2010).
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REFEREED         Steinmetz, K.F. (2012).WikiLeaks and realpolitik. Journal of
PUBLICATIONS:           Theoretical and Philosophical Criminology, 4(1), 14-52.
                 Steinmetz, K. F. (2012). Message received: Virtual ethnography in online
                        message boards. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 11(1), 26-
                        39.
                 Steinmetz, K. F.& Henderson, H.(forthcoming). Hip-hop and procedural
                        justice: Hip-hop artists’ perceptions of criminal justice. Race & Justice.
                 Steinmetz, K.F. &Tunnell, K. D. (forthcoming).Under the pixilated jolly roger:
                        A study of online pirates. Deviant Behavior.

RESEARCH IN      Armstrong, G. S., Longmire, D. R., Steinmetz, K. F., & Dretke, D. (under
PROGRESS                review). The influence of labor contracts on administrators' response to
                        staff sexual violence.
                 Henderson, H. & Steinmetz, K. F. (in progress).Evaluation of a randomized
                        juvenile probationer mentoring program.
                 Steinmetz, K. F. &Kappeler, V. E. (in progress).Criminal justice and ideology.
                 Steinmetz, K. F.& del Carmen, R.(in progress).Assessing the boundaries of
                        criminal justice and criminology: A curricular analysis.


NON-REFEREED     Steinmetz, K. (2011, November).WikiLeaks and realpolitik.Presentation at the
PRESENTATIONS:          2011 American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C.
                 Steinmetz, K., & Henderson, H. (2011, September).“All they wanna do is cuff
                        us”: Hip-hop artist’s perceptions of criminal justice. Presentation at the
                        2011 International Crime, Media, & Popular Culture Conference, Terra
                        Haute, IN.
                 Steinmetz, K. (2011, March). Message received: Virtual ethnography of online
                        message boards in criminal justice and criminology. Presentation at the
                        2011 Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
                 Steinmetz, K. (2010, November). Surrender ye booty! A virtual ethnographic
                        study of online piracy. Presentation at the 2010 American Society of
                        Criminology, San Francisco, CA.
                 Schaefer, B., Steinmetz, K., Subjack, J., & Hill, J.B. (2010,
                        November).Criminological and criminal justice theorizing: A
                        preliminary and content analysis. Presentation at the 2010 American
                        Society Criminology, San Francisco, CA.
                 Steinmetz, K. (2010, November). Muzzling the masses: The silencing of digital
                        dissent.Presentation at the 2010 American Society, San Francisco, CA.
                 Steinmetz, K.,& Schaefer, B. (2010, September).The deification of the search
                        engine: A Foucauldian perspective. Presentation at the 2010
                        International Crime, Media,& Popular Culture Conference, Terra Haute,
                        IN.
                 Steinmetz, K. (2010, February) The internet and human rights. Presentation at
                        the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, San Diego, CA.
                 Steinmetz, K. (2010, February). Under the pixelated jolly roger: An
                        ethnographic study of online pirates. Presentation at the Academy of
                        Criminal Justice Sciences, San Diego, CA.
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                      Steinmetz, K. (2009, November). Corporate and government reactions to
                             piracy: Threats to net neutrality. Poster session presented at the
                             American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, PA.


PANELS CHAIRED:       Panel Session 17 (2011, September). International Crime, Media & Popular
                              Culture Studies Conference, Terra Haute, IN.
                      Critical Criminological Perspectives on Technology, Biology and Crime,
                              Session 258(2010, November). American Society of Criminology, San
                              Francisco, CA.
                      Panel Session 5(2010, September). International Crime, Media & Popular
                              Culture Studies Conference, Terra Haute, IN.
                      Current Research on Digital Piracy, Event #354 (2010, February). Academy
                              of Criminal Justice Sciences, San Diego, CA.

SERVICE:              Book review editor – Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice & Criminology.
                      Reviewer -Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice & Criminology.

INVITED LECTURES:     Internet as Built Environment.Lecture given in Edward Green’s class—CRJ
                             423:Crime as Built Environment.
                      The “Open” Internet and Democracy. (2012, March 13). Lecture given in
                             Deborah Landry’s CRM 3317 B Crime and the Media class.

BROWN BAG LECTURES:   Longmire, D., Schaefer, B.,& Steinmetz, K. (2010, November).Reflections on
                            the justice of ‘social sensors’: Toward a post-modern critique of
                            surveillance criminology. Presented to the faculty and students of the
                            College of Criminal Justice at Sam Houston State University.

AWARDS AND HONORS:    Doctoral Summer Research Fellowship, Sam Houston State University, May
                             2011-October 2011.
                      Ph.D. Research Assistant, Sam Houston State University, August 2010-Present
                      Outstanding Graduate Student, Eastern Kentucky University, Dept.of
                             Criminal Justice, presented April 2010.
                      Graduate Assistantship, Eastern Kentucky University, August 2008-May 2010.
                      Member, Dept. of Criminal Justice and Police Studies Graduate Curriculum
                             Subcommittee, Eastern Kentucky University, October 2009 – May 2010.
                      Member, College of Justice and Safety Curriculum Committee, Eastern
                             Kentucky University, September 2009 – May 2010.


COURSESCO-TAUGHT:     CRJ 331 - Perspectives on Crime and Delinquency - Spring 2010 semester,
                            College of Justice and Safety, Eastern Kentucky University, with Robin
                            Haarr.

								
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