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					Curriculum Vitae Dawn L. Rothe Old Dominion University Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice 6004 Batten Arts and Letters Norfolk, VA 23529 Fax: 757-683-5634 Cell: 319-504-1389 E-mail: Drothe@odu.edu http://www.odu.edu/~drothe Updated: September 2009 Current Position: Assistant Professor of Criminology, Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, Old Dominion University, 2008 to present. Director, International State Crime Research Consortium (ISCRC), College of Arts and Letters, Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, Old Dominion University. Education Doctorate of Philosophy, Department of Sociology, Western Michigan University 2006. Dissertation: “The Masquerade of Abu Ghraib: State Crime, Torture, and International Law”. Master of Arts, Department of Sociology, Western Michigan University. 2004 Thesis: “The International Criminal Court: A Sociological History”. Bachelor of Arts, Department of Sociology, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville 2002. Summa Cum Laude Associate in Arts, Southwestern Illinois College 2000. High Honors

Academic Positions Visiting Professor-Scholar, Durham University; Centre of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice. May 2009.

Assistant Professor of Criminology, Department of Sociology, Criminology, and Anthropology, University Northern Iowa, 2006-2008. Doctoral Teaching Associate, Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice Program, Western Michigan University, 2004-2006. Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice Program, Western Michigan University, 2003-2004.

Areas of Specialization International institutions of social controls The International Criminal Court; International criminal law State, Government and/or Corporate Crime Sociological Theory: Classical and Contemporary Theory Criminological Theory Select Courses Taught Advanced Criminology (undergraduate level) Corporate and Government Crime (undergraduate and graduate level) Criminology (undergraduate level) Criminological Theory (undergraduate and graduate level) Development of Social Theories: The Classical Works. Modern Social Problems (undergraduate level) Social Institutions, Crime, and Justice (PhD level) State Crime (undergraduate and PhD level) Transnational Crime (graduate level) White-Collar Crime (undergraduate and graduate level) Publications: (*denotes Old Dominion University Affiliation) Books *Rothe, D.L. and Christopher W. Mullins. 2010. State Crime: Current Perspectives. Rutgers University Press. Forthcoming. * Rothe, D.L. 2009. State Criminality: The Crime of All Crimes. Lexington/Roman and Littlefield. *Mullins, C. W. and Dawn L. Rothe. 2008. Blood, Power, and Bedlam: International Criminal Law Violations in Post-Colonial Africa. Peter Lang Publishing. *Reviewed 2008 International Criminal Law Review by Michael Bohlander Vol 8,

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707-708. *Reviewed 2009. Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice by Andrew Woolward. Vol. 51: 2, 271-272. *Reviewed 2009. Journal of Critical Criminology: An International Journal by Gregg Barak Vol 17:1. 75-77. Rothe, D and Christopher W. Mullins. 2006. The International Criminal Court: Symbolic Gestures and the Generation of Global Social Control. Lexington Publishers. Reviewed 2008. International Criminal Law Review by Michael Bohlander. Vol 8, No. 1: 394-395.

Technical Reports *Rothe, D.L.and Christopher W. Mullins. 2008/2009. Sub-Saharan Africa.
Fighting Impunity and Promoting International Justice, funded by the Europe Aid Office of the European Commission, contract number DDH/2007/119-768, reference number AD 9143.

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles *Rothe, D.L. and Christopher W. Mullins. 2010. “The Death of State Sovereignty? An Empirical Exploration”. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Research. Forthcoming. *Rothe, D.L. and Jeffrey Ian Ross.2010. “Private Military Contractors, Crime, and the Terrain of Unaccountability” Justice Quarterly. Vol. 26, 4: *Rothe, D.L. and Christopher W. Mullins. 2009. “Toward a Criminology for International Criminal Law: An Integrated Theory of International Criminal Violations”. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice. Vol. 3, 1: 97-118. *Rothe, D.L. and Christopher W. Mullins 2009. “Building Justice After War: The Use of Multiple Post-Conflict Justice Mechanisms” Social Justice Vol. 35:3: 87-106. *Rothe, D. L., Christopher W. Mullins and Kent Sandstrom. 2009. “The Rwandan Genocide: International Finance Policies and Human Rights”. Social Justice. Vol. 35, No. 3: 66-86. *Rothe, D.L, Jeffrey Ian Ross, Christopher W. Mullins, David Friedrichs, Gregg

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Barak, Ronald C. Kramer, Dave Kauzlarich, and Raymond Michalowski. 2009. “That Was Then, This is Now, What About Tomorrow? Future Directions in State Crime Studies”. Critical Criminology: An International Journal. Vol. 17, No. 1: 3-13. *Rothe, D.L. 2009. “Beyond the Law: The Reagan Administration‟s Dirty War on Nicaragua”. Critical Criminology: An International Journal. Vol. 17, No.1: 49-67. *Rothe, D.L, Ronald Kramer and Christopher W. Mullins. 2009. “Torture, Impunity, and Open Legal Spaces: Abu Ghraib and International Controls”. Contemporary Justice Review. 12, 1: 27-43. *Ross, J. and Dawn L. Rothe.2008 “The Ironies of Controlling State Crime”. International Journal of Law, Crime, and Justice Vol.36, No.3: 196-210. *Mullins, C.W. and Dawn L. Rothe. 2008. “Gold, Diamonds and Blood: International State-Corporate Crime in the Democratic Republic of the Congo”. Contemporary Justice Review. Vol. 11, No. 2: 81-99. *Rothe, D.L. and Jeffrey Ian Ross. 2008. “The Marginalization of State Crime”. Journal of Critical Sociology. Vol. 34, No. 5: 741-742. Rothe, D.L. and Jeffrey Ian Ross. 2007. “Lights, Camera, State Crime” Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture. Vol. 14, No. 4: 331-343. Ross, J.I. and Dawn L Rothe. 2007. “Swimming Upstream” Teaching State Crime to Students at an American University”. Journal of Criminal Justice Education. Vol. 18, No.3: 460-475. Mullins, C. and Dawn L Rothe. 2007. “The Forgotten Ones”. Critical Criminology. Vol. 15, No.2: 135-158. Rothe, D.L. and Christopher W. Mullins. 2007. “Darfur and the Politicalization of International Law: Genocide or Crimes Against Humanity.” Humanity and Society. Vol.31, No.1: 83-107. Rothe, D.L. and Christopher W. Mullins. 2006. “International Community: Legitimizing a Moral Collective Consciousness” Humanity and Society. Vol. 30, No.3: 254276. Rothe, D.L. and Christopher W. Mullins. 2006. “The International Criminal Court and United States Opposition”. Crime, Law, and Social Change. Vol. 45, No. 3: 201226. Rothe, D.L .and David Friedrichs 2006. “The State of the Criminology of State Crime”.

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Social Justice. Vol. 33, No. 1: 147-161. *Reprinted 2009 in Recent Developments in Criminological Theory Toward Disciplinary Diversity and Theoretical Integration. Stuart Henry and Scott Lukas (Eds.). The International Library of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Penology Second Series. Rothe, D.L, Christopher W. Mullins, and Stephan Muzzatti 2006. “Crime on the High Seas: Crimes of Globalization and the Sinking of the Senegalese Ferry Le Joola”. Critical Criminology: an International Journal. Vol.14, 2: 159-180. Kramer, R., Ray Michalowski and Dawn L. Rothe 2005. “The Supreme International Crime: How the US War in Iraq Threatens the Rule of Law”. Social Justice. Vol. 32, No. 2: 52-81. Rothe, D.L and Stephen Muzzatti 2004. “Enemies Everywhere: Terrorism, Moral Panic, and US Civil Society”. Critical Criminology: An International Journal. Vol. 12, No. 3: 159-180. Mullins, C W., Dave Kauzlarich and Dawn L. Rothe 2004. “The International Criminal Court and the Control of State Crime: Problems and Prospects”. Critical Criminology: An International Journal. Vol. 12, No. 3: 285-308.

Book Chapters *Bohlander, M and Dawn L. Rothe. 2010. “A Baleful Pestilent Growth” – Assassination of regime elites versus collateral civilian damage? An Exploratory Essay”. Status: In Rothe, D.L.and Christopher W. Mullins. (Eds) State Crime: Intersections of Criminality. Rutgers University Press. Forthcoming. *Rothe, D.L. and Michael Bohlander. 2010. “Legal Precedence, Jurisprudence, and State Crime: Pinochet and Crimes Against Humanity” in Rothe, D.L. and Christopher W. Mullins. (Eds) State Crime: Intersections of Criminality. Rutgers University Press. Forthcoming. *Rothe, D.L. and Christopher W. Mullins 2010. “The Slaughter of the Fur” Status: Accepted in Rothe, D.L. and Christopher W. Mullins. (Eds) State Crime: Intersections of Criminality. Rutgers University Press. Forthcoming. *Rothe, D.L.2010. “Complementary and Alternative Domestic Responses to State Crime”. Status: Accepted in Rothe, D.L. and Christopher W. Mullins. (Eds) State Crime: Intersections of Criminality. Rutgers University Press. Forthcoming

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*Rothe, D.L.2010. “Dragon Rising: The International Financial Institutions and China‟s Aid Policy on Weakened States”. In Michalowski, Chambliss and Kramer (Eds) State Crime in a Globalized Age. Willian Press. Forthcoming. *Rothe, D.L.2009. “Judgement, Prosecutor v. Tihomir Blaškić, July 2004, Case No. IT95-14-A. Commentary”. Cases of International Criminal Tribunals: The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. Vol XX. Editors: André Klip and Göran Sluiter. *Rothe, D.L. and Dave Kauzlarich. 2009. “State-Level Crime: Theory and Policy,” accepted and forthcoming in Hugh D.Barlow and Scott Decker (eds.) Crime and Public Policy: Putting Theory to Work, 2nd Edition. Temple University Press. In Press. *Mullins, CW and Dawn L Rothe. 2009. “A Supranational Criminology”. In Jeffrey Ian Ross. Ed. Cutting The Edge. 2nd edition Transaction Publisher. *Rothe, D.L. and Christopher W. Mullins. 2008. "Genocide, War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity in Central Africa: A Criminological Exploration" in Smeulers, A. and R. Haveman (Eds.), Supranational Criminology: Towards a Criminology of International Crimes, Antwerp: Intersentia. Rothe, D.L.2006. “War Profiteering and the Pernicious Beltway Bandits: Halliburton and the war on terror”. State-Corporate Crime: Wrongdoing At The Intersection Of Business And Government. Editors: Ron Kramer and Raymond J. Michalowski. Piscataway, N.J.: Rutgers University Press. *Reprinted 2009 in Adler, P. and Peter Adler (Eds). Construction of Deviance, 6th Edition * Reprinted 2009 in Newburn, T. Key Readings in Criminology. Willian Publishing, Rothe, D.L.2005. “An Outsider to Paradise: Working Class Graduate in the Culture of Academia,” in Reflections from the Wrong Side of the Tracks: Class, Identity, and the Working Class Experience. Editors: Stephen Muzzatti and Vincent Samarco. Roman and Littlefield Publishers.

Published Reviews *Legitimacy and Criminal Justice: International Perspectives (2007) 2009. By Tom Tyler (ed). International Criminal Justice Review

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*Darfur and the Crime of Genocide 2009. By John Hagan and Wenona RymondRichmond. International Criminal Law Review *Torture, Truth and Justice: The Case of Timor-Leste 2009. By Elizabeth Stanley. Punishment and Society (2009). Forthcoming. *Restorative Justice Across the East and the West 2008. By Katherine Van Wormer (ed) International Criminal Law Review (2009) Vol. 9: 435-436. Amnesty After Atrocity? Healing Nations After Genocide and War Crimes. 2007. By Helena Cobban. Humanity and Society. State-Corporate Crime: Wrongdoing At The Intersection Of Business And Government. 2007. By Ron Kramer and Raymond J. Michalowski. Sage Resource Center. Golson Books, Ltd. in conjunction with Sage Publications. Also Available @ www.sageresourcecenter.net/aboutus.html How Corporations Hurt Us All. 2007. By Dan Butts. Sage Resource Center, Golson Books, Ltd. in conjunction with Sage Publications. Also Available @ www.sageresourcecenter.net/aboutus.html Encyclopedia of White-Collar Crime 2007. By Editors Jurg Gerber and Eric Jensen. Sage Resource Center, Golson Books, Ltd. in conjunction with Sage Publications. Also Available @ www.sageresourcecenter.net/aboutus.html Big Money Crime: Fraud and Politics in the Savings and Loan Crisis. 2007. By Kitty Calavita, Henry Pontell, and Robert Tillman. Sage Resource Center, Golson Books, Ltd. in conjunction with Sage Publications. Also Available @ www.sageresourcecenter.net/aboutus.html “Enron Et Al.: Paradigmatic White Collar Crime Cases for the New Century”. 2007. By David Friedrichs. Sage Resource Center, Golson Books, Ltd. in conjunction with Sage Publications. Also Available @ www.sageresourcecenter.net/aboutus.html “Unmasking the Crimes of the Powerful”. 2007. By Steve Tombs and Dave Whyte. Sage Resource Center, Golson Books, Ltd. in conjunction with Sage Publications. Also Available @ www.sageresourcecenter.net/aboutus.html “The Crash of ValuJet Flight 592: A Case Study in State-Corporate Crime,” 2007. By Rick A. Matthews and David Kauzlarich. Sage Resource Center, Golson Books, Ltd. in conjunction with Sage Publications. Also Available @ www.sageresourcecenter.net/aboutus.html The Dynamics of Political Crime. 2005. By Jeff Ross. Contemporary Justice Review.

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Other Publications/Essays/Encyclopedia Entries: *Rothe, D.L. and Christopher W. Mullins. 2009. “Genocide and Religion”. Encyclopedia of Religion and Violence. Editor: Jeff Ross. M.E. Sharpe Inc. *Rothe, D.L. and Christopher W. Mullins. 2009. “The Rwanda Genocide and Religious Connections”. Encyclopedia of Religion and Violence. Editor: Jeff Ross. M.E. Sharpe Inc. *Mullins, C.W. and Dawn L. Rothe. 2009. “The Holy Spirit and the Lord‟s Resistance Army”. Encyclopedia of Religion and Violence. Editor: Jeff Ross. M.E. Sharpe Inc. *Rothe, D.L.2009. “Law: International Customary Law”. Encyclopedia of International Security. Editor: Michael Palmiotto. *Rothe, D.L.2009. “Enemy Combatants”. Encyclopedia of International Security. Congressional Quarterly Press. Editor: Michael Palmiotto. *Rothe, D.L. and Jeffrey Ian Ross. 2008. The Global Economic Crisis. In The Critical Criminology Criminologist. 19:2. Fall 2009 Rothe, D.L.2007. “The Espionage Act of 1917.” Controversies in Criminal Justice. Vol I. Editor: Gregg Barak. Greenwood Press. Rothe, D.L. and Christopher W. Mullins. 2007. “The International Criminal Court.” Controversies in Criminal Justice. Vol. I. Editor: Gregg Barak. Greenwood Press. Rothe, D.L. and Christopher W. Mullins. 2007. “State Crime”. Encyclopedia of Social Problems. Editor: Vince Parillo. Mullins, C. W. and Dawn L. Rothe. 2006. On the Legitimacy of International Law” in The CriticalCriminologist. Publication: Spring 2006 Rothe, D.L.2006. “Halliburton”. Encyclopedia of White Collar Crime. Vol. II. Editor: Eric Jensen. Greenwood Publishing Co. Rothe, D.L.2006. “The Institutionalization of Violence: Palestinian Youth Violence”. United Nations Special Publication of the Ancillary Meetings of the United Nations Eleventh Congress on Crime Prevention. Washington, DC. Rothe, D.L.2004. “War Crimes”. Criminal Justice in the United States. Salem Press, Inc. Vol.1:2

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Rothe, D.L.2004. “Enemy Combatant”. Encyclopedia of Prisons and Correctional Facilities, Sage Publications Vol. 1:1 Rothe, D.L.2004. “The International Criminal Court” in Critical Criminology Division Web homepage. Online http://wwwcritcrim.org Rothe, D.L.2003. “Response to the ICC and Terrorism” Critical Criminologist Newsletter Publication: Vol. 13:1. Killingbeck, D.L.and Dawn L. Rothe 2003. “Death By Nightclub: A Content Analysis of Newspaper Coverage of the E2 Stampede”, Critical Criminologist Newsletter Publication: Vol. 12: 4.

Grants Awarded:

2009 Faculty Proposal Preparation Program Award. Office of Research, Old Dominion University. 2009 Old Dominion University College Summer Research Grant, “Evaluation of PostConflict Modalities of Accountability and Justice in Sub-Saharan Africa.” College of Arts and Letters Summer Research Grant. Office of Research, Old Dominion University. 2008 Contracted by The International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences Grant from the European Union and the International Human Rights Law Institute at DePaul, the University of San Sebastian and the National University of Ireland. 2007 Project Grant by the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, University of Northern Iowa. 2007 Summer Grant by the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, University of Northern Iowa in support for research. 2007 Grant from State of Florida and the Daytona Beach Police Department in support of data evaluation and possible program implementation. Grants in Progress/or Applied For

2008 National Science Foundation. Division of Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences Social and Behavioral Dimensions of National Security, Conflict, and Cooperation. “NSCC/W Authoritarian Regimes: Understanding the Etiological Factors”

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2009 United States Institute of Peace. Post-Conflict Justice. “The Factors that impede and/ or facilitate the Implementation of PCMJ at the state and international levels”.

Professional Presentations:

Rothe, D.L. 2009. Author Meets Critic. State Criminality: The Crime of all Crimes. American Society of Criminology. Philadelphia, PA. Rothe, D.L. and Christopher W Mullins 2009. Background Factors Influencing the Use of Post-Conflict Justice Modalities. American Society of Criminology. Philadelphia, PA. Rothe, D.L. 2009. State Crime Developments 2009: Theoretical and Methodological Issues. American Society of Criminology. Philadelphia, PA. Rothe, D.L.2008. Author Meets Critic. Blood, Power, and Bedlam. American Society of Criminology. St. Louis, MO. Rothe, D.L.2008. Genocidal Rape: Distinguishing Between Motivation and Intent. World Congress of Criminology. Barcelona Spain. Rothe, D.L.2007. The State of State Crime I. American Society of Criminology, November. Atlanta Georgia. Rothe, D.L.2007. The State of State Crime II. American Society of Criminology, November. Atlanta Georgia. Rothe, D.L.2007. “Town Hall Meeting: What is Social Activism” Midwest Sociological Society. Chicago IL. Rothe, D.L.2007. “Community Social Action and Service: Where is the Global?"”. Midwest Sociological Society. Chicago, IL Rothe, D.L.2006. “The State of State-Corporate Crime”. American Society of Criminology, November, LA, California. Rothe, D L. and Christopher W. Mullins 2006. “The Forgotten Ones: Darfur”. American Society of Criminology, November, LA, California Mullins, C.W. and Dawn L. Rothe 2006. “Gold, Diamonds, and Blood: Crimes Against Humanity in the Democratic Republic of Congo” American Society of Criminology, November, LA, California

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Rothe, D.L.2006. “The State of State-Corporate Crime Research”. American Society of Criminology, November, LA, California Rothe, D.L.2005. “The Masquerade of Abu Ghraib: A Case Study of State Crime”. American Society of Criminology, November, Toronto Canada Rothe, D.L. and Christopher W. Mullins 2005. “On the Legitimization of International Law”. American Society of Criminology, November, Toronto Canada. Rothe, D.L.2005. “The Institutionalization of Violence: Palestinian Youth Violence”. Eleventh United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, March, Bangkok, Thailand. Rothe, D.L.2005. “Ali Babba and the War on Terrorism”. 14th World Congress of Criminology, August, Pennsylvania, PA. Rothe, D.L. and David Friedrichs 2005. “The State of State Criminology”. 14th World Congress of Criminology, August, Pennsylvania, PA. Rothe, D.L.2005. “The „International Community‟: Legitimizing a Competing Consciousness”. Midwest Sociological Society, March, Minneapolis, MN. Rothe, D.L. and Christopher W Mullins 2005. “The International Criminal Court: U.S. Opposition and the Future of the Court”. March, Midwest Sociological Society, Minneapolis, MN. Rothe, D.L.2004. “War profiteering and the Beltway Bandits: A Case Study of State/Corporate Crime”. American Society of Criminology, November, Nashville, TN. Rothe, D.L. and Stephen Muzzatti 2004. “Crime on the High Seas: The Senegalese Ferry Sinking and State Crime Victimization”. American Society of Criminology, November, Nashville, TN. Rothe, D.L.2004. “The International Criminal Court: The History and Potential”. Midwest Sociological Society, March, Kansas City, MO. Rothe, D.L. and Stephen Muzzatti 2004. “A Case study: Corporate-State Crime and the Senegal Sinking”. Midwest Sociological Society, March, Kansas City, MO. Rothe, D.L. and Christopher W. Mullins 2003. “Quagmire of Violence: The Cultural Linkage of State-Sanctioned and State-Condemned Violence”. American Criminological Society, November, Denver, CO. Rothe, D.L. and Tim Bower 2003. “The Social Construction of the Other”. Society for

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Study of Social Programs, August, Atlanta, GA Rothe, D.L, Tim Bower and Donna Killingbeck 2003. “The Crystallization of the Other”. Midwest Sociological Society, March, Chicago, IL. Rothe, D.L. and Stephen Muzzatti 2003. “Enemies Everywhere: Terrorism, Moral Panic and U.S. Civil Society” March, Midwest Sociological Society, Chicago, IL.. Mullins, C.W., Dave Kauzlarich and Dawn L. Rothe 2002. “The International Criminal Court and the Control of State Crime: Problems and Prospects” American Society of Criminology, November, Chicago, IL. Rothe, D.L. 2002. “Violations of International Law and the War on Terrorism” Sociology Week, April, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Rothe, D.L.2001. “Culture of Rape”. Sociology Week, April, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.

Invited Speaking Events: *State Crime and Resistance Symposium. Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, January 18-19, 2010. *Corruption and Human Rights. Maastricht University October 21-24, 2009. *Second Rise: Documentary History Channel. New York, NY August 13, 2009 *Durham University May 6-17, 2009. “Conflicts in Sub-Saharan Africa”. International Institute for the Sociology of Law: Workshop on State Crime in the Global Age. Onati, Spain. May 29-30, 2008. Eastern Kentucky University. Invited Expert Symposium. Crime, Justice and War in a World without Borders: symposium. April 15-17, 2008. Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. Invited Speaker: Supranational Criminology, State Crime, and Theory. July 18, 2007. Invited expert-meeting on criminology and international crimes Maastricht Law University, April 2007, the Netherlands. Community Public Broadcast Television. Critical Issues/ Alternative Views. One Hour Series on “U.S. Prisons”. Host: Ron Kramer. Guest Speakers: Dawn L. Rothe and Richard Quinney. Kalamazoo, MI. March 15, 2006.

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Kalamazoo Chapter of the United Nations Association. “The International Criminal Court: US Opposition and Its Potential”. Guest Speaker. Kalamazoo, MI February 20, 2005. Community Public Broadcast Television. Critical Issues/Alternative Views. OneHour Series on “White Collar Crime”. Host: Ron Kramer. Guest Speakers: Dawn L. Rothe and David Friedrichs. Kalamazoo, MI. March 13, 2004.

Professional Memberships Associate Member of Durham University; Centre for Criminal Law and Criminal Justice American Society of Criminology Section Chair on the American Society of Criminology Program Committee. 2008. Division of International Criminology Editor of Inter-Ali News, American Society of Criminology, Division of International Criminology. 2007-2010. Division of Critical Criminology Chair of Division 2009-2011 Co-Chair Officer Nominations Committee. American Society Criminology; Division of Critical Criminology. 2007. Executive Officer American Society Criminology; Division of Critical Criminology. 2006-2009. Co-Editor of Critical Criminology Division The Criminologist Newsletter. 2006-2009. Editor of Critical Criminology Division The Criminologist Newsletter. 2009-2012 Midwest Sociological Society Chair-Elect Social Action Committee 2005-2006 Midwest Sociological Society. Chair Social Action Committee 2006-2008. Midwest Sociological Society. Social Action Committee Member 2005-2008. Midwest Sociological Society.

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World Congress of Criminology Supranational Criminology Humanist Sociology Society for the Study of Social Problems Global Division Research Committee on Sociology of Law

Professional/Community Service Consultant and Research Partner for Daytona Beach Police Department, FL. 2007. Project: Creating comprehensive community based diversion program for juveniles in conjunction with DBPD and Volusia County Schools. Interview and provided support material for story on KBR in Iraq. Christian Science Monitor. Professional Service Chair Chair American Society of Criminology Division of Critical Criminology 2009-2011 Editor Guest Editor for Social Justice. Resistance to State Crime. 2009-2010. Guest Editor for Critical Criminology: An International Journal, Vol. 17:1, State Crime 2008-2009. Editor of the Criminology and Sociology Division of the International Criminal Law Review Journal 2009-current. Advisory and Editorial Committees Editorial Board of the International Criminal Law Review Journal, 2009-current. Editorial Board of The Journal of the International Criminal Court 2009-current. Academic Advisory Board for TAKING SIDES: Clashing Views in Crime and Criminology. McGraw Hill Contemporary Learning Series. 2008-current.

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Editorial Committee for series, Studies in International and Comparative Criminal Law, edited by Michael Bohlander, published by Hart Publishers Reviewer NSF Grant Reviewer: Proposal Number: 0960871 Reviewer: Critical Criminologist: An International Journal. Reviewer: Crime, Law, and Social Change. Reviewer: Humanity and Society Reviewer: Crime, Media, and Culture Reviewer: Criminology and Public Policy Reviewer: Social Problems Reviewer: Justice Quarterly Reviewer: International Criminal Law Review Reviewer: Edinburgh University Press Reviewer: Prentice Hall. Reviewer: Roxbury Press Inc. Reviewer: Ruetgers Press Reviewer: Sage Reviewer: Wadsworth Sessions Organized American Society of Criminology 2009. Philadelphia PA. Chair, Session(s) Organizer American Society of Criminology 2008. St. Louis, MO. Chair, Session(s) Organizer 15th World Congress of Criminology 2008. Barcelona, Spain. Chair, Session(s) Organizer. American Society of Criminology 2007 Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.. Chair, Session Organizer.

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Midwest Sociological Society 2007 Annual Meeting, Chicago IL, Chair, Session Organizer. American Society of Criminology 2006 Annual Meeting, LA California. Chair, Session Organizer. Midwest Sociological Society 2005 Annual Meeting, Minneapolis MN. Chair: Session Organizer and Panel Discussant. American Society of Criminology 2005 Annual Meeting, Toronto Canada. Chair, Session Organizer and Discussant. 14th World Congress of Criminology 2005. Philadelphia, PA. Chair, Session Organizer and Discussant. American Society of Criminology 2004 Annual Meeting, Nashville TN. Chair, Session Organizer and Discussant. Midwest Sociological Society 2004 Annual Meeting, Kansas City MO. Chair, Session Organizer and Discussant. Old Dominion University Service Military Planning Committee 2009-current Sponsor and Advisor for Student Organization: International Justice Mission, 2009-current Africa Day Planning Committee College Service Research and Publication Committee Modeling and Simulation Committee 2009-current Caribbean Day Planning Committee Department Service Executive Committee 2008-2009 Masters of Arts Program Committee 2009-current PhD. Program Committee 2009-current

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Editor, Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice Newsletter 2008-current

University of Northern Iowa Institutional Service Secured visiting scholarship for Dr. Michael Bohlander, Director of Durham Centre of criminal law and Criminal Justice March –April 2008. Dr. M. Cherif Bassiouni April 2008. Coordinated and arranged for campus visit and public presentation: “The Perennial Conflict between Realpolitik and the Pursuit of International Criminal Justice” Master Thesis: Jonathan A. Hutchins 2007. Criminology Search Committee 2007-2008. Student Assessment Committee 2007-2008. Graduate Faculty 2006-2008 Graduate Admissions Committee 2006-2008. Graduate Program Recruitment Committee 2006-2008. Formed and Chair the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences and Department of Sociology Foreign Film Series 2006-2007. Undergraduate Advising 2006-2008. Western Michigan University Institutional Service . Department of Sociology Teaching Circle Mentor. 2005-2006. Sub-Committee of Public Relations, Graduate Student Advisory Committee, 2004-2005, Western Michigan University. Kercher Series 2006. Dr. Richard Quinney, Western Michigan University, Organized Series, Lecture and funding. Department of Sociology Representative to the Graduate Student Advisory Committee. 2004-2006. Western Michigan University. Kercher Series 2004. Dr. David Friedrichs, Western Michigan University, “White-Collar Crime in a Globalized World”. Organized Series, Lecture and funding.

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Kercher Series 2002. Dr. David Kauzlarich, Western Michigan University, “Preparing for the Academic Market in Sociology and Criminology” Organized Series and Lecture. College of Arts and Science Teaching Excellence Award Committee, 2001, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.

Honors and Awards Critical Criminologist of the Year, American Society of Criminology, Division of Critical Criminology, 2008 Presidential Recognition of Outstanding Faculty Contributions to University of Northern Iowa Graduating Students Positive Impact, 2008 Presidential Recognition of Outstanding Alumni, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, 2006 Certificate of Recognition of Outstanding Graduate Scholar, College Arts and Sciences, Western Michigan University, 2006 Certificate of Recognition of Outstanding Graduate Research, Western Michigan University, 2006 Graduate Student Teaching Award, Western Michigan University, 2006 All-University PhD Graduate Research and Creative Scholar, Western Michigan University, 2005 Chair‟s Graduate Student Excellence Award, Western Michigan University, 2005 Recognition Award All-University PhD Graduate Research and Creative Scholar, Western Michigan University, Department of Sociology 2005 Certificate of Recognition as Exemplary Student Scholar, Department of Sociology, Western Michigan University, 2005 Graduate Student Teaching Award, Western Michigan University, 2005 Certificate of Recognition of Outstanding Graduate Scholar, College Arts and Sciences, Western Michigan University, 2005 All-University Graduate Research and Creative Scholar, Western Michigan University, 2004

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College of Arts and Sciences Award for Outstanding Graduate Research, Western Michigan University, 2004 Outstanding Graduate Scholar Award, Department of Sociology, Western Michigan University, 2004 Outstanding Graduate Scholar Award, Department Chair, Western Michigan University, 2004 Outstanding Graduate Scholar Award, GSA, Western Michigan University, 2004 Outstanding Graduate Scholar Award, Western Michigan University, 2003 MA Graduate Research and Creative Scholar Award, Western Michigan University, 2003 Graduate College Fellowship, Western Michigan University, 2002-2003 Artex International Award in Sociology 2002 Golden Key Honors Society 2002 Deans Honors list 1999-2002 Scholarship Award, State Bank, Southwestern Illinois College 1999-2000

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