Faculty

NAME

EDUCATION AND CONTACT INFORMATION

RESEARCH AREAS

Mark Berg
Mark Berg

Mark T. Berg
Ph.D., University of Missouri-St. Louis
(Criminology)
Assistant Professor

markberg@indiana.edu
(812) 856-2711
Sycamore Hall, Room 311

Social context of adolescent development; youth aggression and victimization; mobilization of law; life-course explanations.

 

Nathalie Fontaine
Nathalie Fontaine

Nathalie Fontaine
Ph.D., University of Montreal (Criminology)
Assistant Professor

nfontain@indiana.edu
(812) 855-4285
Sycamore Hall, Room 319

Developmental criminology and psychopathology; callous-unemotional traits; prevention and intervention of antisocial behavior and related adjustment problems; sex differences and antisocial behavior; longitudinal and experimental designs.

Michael Grossberg
Michael Grossberg

Michael Grossberg
Ph.D.  Brandeis University (History)
Sally M. Reahard Professor of History &  Professor of Law
Interim Department Chair

grossber@indiana.edu
(812) 855-3882
Sycamore Hall, Room 337

American legal history; History of children and the family; History of American social policy

Kane
Stephanie Kane

Stephanie Kane
Ph.D., University of Texas (Anthropology)
Professor of International Studies & Adjunct Professor of Criminal Justice

stkane@indiana.edu
(812) 855-0896
Sycamore Hall, Room 305

Water: political ecology/cultural politics, infrastructure, decision making and disaster, social and environmental justice; multi-sited ethnographic fieldwork in Latin America and Asia; writing creative non-fiction

Roger 
Levesque
Roger J. R. Levesque

Roger J. R. Levesque
J.D., Columbia University
Ph.D., University of Chicago (Psychology)
Professor

rlevesqu@indiana.edu
(812) 856-1210
Sycamore Hall, Room 308

Psychology and law; adolescence; family violence.

Richard Lippke
Richard Lippke

Richard Lippke
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison
(Philosophy)
Professor

rllippke@indiana.edu
(812) 856-2220
Sycamore Hall, Room 343

Research Interests: Philosophy of punishment, philosophy of criminal procedure, normative theories of sentencing

Oliver
William Oliver

William Oliver
Ph.D., SUNY- Albany (Criminal Justice)
Associate Professor

wioliver@indiana.edu
(812) 855-6772
Sycamore Hall, Room 321

Interpersonal violence among African Americans; prisoner reentry; rural crime and justice. 

Parnell
Philip C. Parnell

Philip C. Parnell
Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley (Anthropology)
Associate Professor of International Studies & Adjunct Associate Professor of Criminal Justice

parnell@indiana.edu
(812) 855-1198
Sycamore Hall, Room 306

Law and crime in society and culture; cross-cultural studies; law, crime and social change; disputing; the state; violence.

Bruce Sales
Bruce Sales

Bruce D. Sales
J.D., Northwestern University; Ph.D. University of Rochester (Psycholinguistics)
Virginia L. Roberts Professor

bdsales@indiana.edu
(812) 856-1324
Sycamore Hall, Room 341

Psychology of Law, Criminology, and Criminal Justice.

Sandy
Marla Sandys

Marla Sandys
Ph.D., University of Kentucky (Psychology)
Director of Undergraduate Affairs
Associate Professor

msandys@indiana.edu
(812) 855-5892
Sycamore Hall, Room 327

Jury behavior; capital punishment. 

schlegel
Kip Schlegel

Kip Schlegel
Ph.D., Rutgers University (Criminal Justice)
Director of Graduate Studies
Professor

schlegel@indiana.edu
(812) 855-0889
Sycamore Hall, Room 324

White–collar crime; organized crime; criminological theory.

Beau Shine
Beau Shine

Beau Shine
M.S.; ABD; School of Criminal Justice,
University of Cincinnati
Visiting Instructor

Shineb@indiana.edu

Sycamore Hall, Room 315

Corrections, Juvenile Justice, Drugs and Crime, Criminal Justice, Criminology, and Special Populations.  Current research for his dissertation is focused on examining issues surrounding deaf offenders in various stages of the criminal justice system, and how best to manage them.

 

Arvind Verma
Arvind Verma

Arvind Verma
Ph.D., Simon Fraser University (Criminology)
Associate Professor

averma@indiana.edu
(812) 855-0220
Sycamore Hall, Room 307

Policing; criminal justice in India; mathematical modeling of criminal justice data; geographic information systems. 

 


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