Audrey Macklin (L.L.M., Yale)
Teaches: Migration, Citizenship, Human Rights, Administrative Law
Research Interests: domestic, international and comparative migration, refugee, citizenship and human rights
Research Interests: criminalization of dissent, new approaches to law by social movements, and broader theoretical questions about the transformative potential of law.
Research Interests: Punishment policy; courts; youth justice.
Teaches: Sociolegal Studies, History of Criminal Justice, Guilt, Responsibility and Forensics
Research Interests: History of criminal law in the British empire, criminal responsibility, forensics and the mind.
Teaches: Methodological Issues in Criminology
Research Interests: Historical and comparative patterns in violence; women’s violent victimization and offending; gender and punishment.
Teaches: Deviance and Social Control, Punishment
Research Interests: Risk; actuarial governance; prisons; gender and punishment
Teaches: Policing, Rights and Security, Qualitative Methods
Research interests: policing, state violence, security, corruption, political-legal ethnography, South Asia
Teaches: Policing, Organized Crime
Research Interests: Post-Soviet legal issues, including migration controls, policing, corruption, criminal justice, individual rights.
Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream
Teaches: Sociolegal Studies, Indigenous Justice
Research Interests: Penology, bioethics, human rights & reconciliation, social/environmental justice, food security.
Teaches: Theory, Law & Society
Research Interests: Sociology of law; sexuality; urban issues; social and legal theory.
Lecturer – Undergraduate Coordinator
Teaches: Mental disorder and criminal justice; Punishment; Criminal justice policy; Media representations of crime and criminal justice.
Research interests: Psychopathy in legal, philosophical and psychological discourses.
Associate Professor – Graduate Coordinator
Research Interests: Street gangs; policing; youth crime and victimization; corrections; racism in the criminal justice system; social networks and crime.