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PROFESSOR KATHLEEN DALY
campus office: School of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Griffith University, Brisbane, Queensland 4111

Australia +61/ (0) 7 3875-5608 (fax) +61/ (0) 7 3875-5625 (of)

home office: 27/135 Macquarie St, Teneriffe, Queensland 4005

Australia +61/ (0) 7-3216-1630

email: k.daly @ griffth.edu.au

website: www.griffith.edu.au/school/ccj/kdaly.html

EDUCATION

Ph.D., Sociology, University of Massachusetts, 1983

M.Ed., School of Education, University of Massachusetts, 1978

B.A., Anthropology, University of Massachusetts (summa cum laude), 1976
ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

1996- Griffith University, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Professor (2004 to present), Associate Professor (1996-2003); Director, Gender, Race, and Justice Research Program, Socio-Legal Research Centre, Griffith University
1995-96 Australian National University, Law Program, Research School of Social Sciences, Senior Fulbright Scholar
1992-95 University of Michigan, Department of Sociology, Visiting Associate Professor
1983-92 Yale University, Department of Sociology, Assistant Professor, 1983-88; Associate Professor, 1988-92
1982-83 State University of New York-Albany, Department of Sociology, Visiting Assistant Professor
CURRENT TEACHING AND RESEARCH AREAS

Criminology and the Juvenile and Criminal Justice Systems

Feminist and Critical Race Theories

Restorative Justice and Indigenous Justice

Gender and Race Politics in Law and Justice System Practices
FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS (in US$ unless otherwise indicated)

Australian Research Council, Discovery Grant, 2004-06 (AU$124,000)

Australian Research Council, Large Grant, 2001-03 (AU$183,990)

Griffith University Research Development, 2002 (AU$15,511)

Australian Research Council, Large Grant, 1998-99 (AU$120,000)

National Science Foundation, Law & Social Sciences Division, 1995-96 ($4,000)

National Science Foundation, Law & Social Sciences Division, 1990-92 ($65,000)

Rockefeller Foundation, Gender Roles Competition, 1988-89 ($26,000)

Ford Foundation, Women and Gender in the Curriculum, 1987-88 ($3,100)

Russell Sage Foundation, 1986-90 ($13,389)

Faculty Fellowship, Yale University, 1986-87 (one-year paid leave)

Social Science Faculty Research, Yale University, 1984, 1986 ($1,400, $1,150)

National Institute of Justice Graduate Research Fellowship, 1981-82 ($10,000)

Educational Scholarship, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1973-76 ($2,600)



August 2004
AWARDS

2002 Teaching Commendations for Excellence in two areas: Supervision of Honours and Postgraduate Coursework Students, and Research Higher Degree Students, Griffith University



1995-96 Fulbright Senior Scholar Award, Australia (Australian National University, Canberra)
1995 Michael Hindelang Book Award, American Society of Criminology (for Gender, Crime, and Punishment) (Award for book that makes the most outstanding contribution to research in criminology)
1994 Distinguished Scholar Award, Division of Women and Crime, American Society of Criminology

VISITING SCHOLAR OR FELLOWSHIPS

2004 Visiting Fellow, Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge (September-December)
2003 Visiting Scholar, Queensland Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research, University of Central Queensland, Mackay, November.
2000-02 Research Affiliate and Visiting Fellow, Law Program, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University.

BOOKS

1994 Gender, Crime, and Punishment. New Haven: Yale University Press.
1983 Under the Gun: Weapons, Crime, and Violence in America. Hawthorne NY: Aldine (with James Wright and Peter Rossi).

EDITED COLLECTIONS

2003 Crime & Justice: An Australian Textbook in Criminology. Sydney: Law Book Company (with Andrew Goldsmith and Mark Israel).
1998 Criminology at the Crossroads: Feminist Readings in Crime and Justice. New York: Oxford University Press (with Lisa Maher).
1992 Proceedings of the International Feminist Conference on Women, Law, and Social Control, Mont Gabriel, Quebec (with Marie-Andree Bertrand and Dorie Klein). Vancouver, British Columbia: International Centre for Criminal Law Reform and Criminal Justice Policy.

REFEREED ARTICLES

(articles from 1998 to present available at http://www.griffith.edu.au/school/ccj/kdaly.html)
forth- “Victim advocacy groups and the idea of restorative justice.” Violence Against Women

coming (with Sarah Curtis-Fawley).
2004a “Conferencing and re-offending in Queensland.” Australian and New Zealand Journal of

Criminology 37(2): 167-91 (with Hennessey Hayes).
2004b “Indigenous courts and justice practices in Australia.” Trends & Issues in Crime and Criminal

Justice No. 277. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology (with Elena Marchetti).



2003a “Youth justice conferencing and re-offending.” Justice Quarterly 20(4): 725-64 (with Hennessey Hayes).
2002 “Restorative justice: the real story.” Punishment & Society 4(1): 55-79. (reprinted; see Note at end of c.v.)
2001a “Restorative justice and conferencing in Australia.” Trends & Issues in Crime and Justice No. 186. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology (with Hennessey Hayes).

<http://www.aic.gov.au/publications/tandi/tandi186.html>



2001b “The war on sex offenders: community notification in perspective.” Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology 34 (3): 256-76 (with Lyn Hinds).
2000 “Restorative justice in diverse and unequal societies.” Law in Context 17(1): 167-90. (reprinted and translated into Spanish; see Note at end of c.v.)



1999 “The revolution of restorative justice through researcher-practitioner partnerships.” Ethics and Justice 2(1): 14-20. <http://www.gu.edu.au/school/ccj/kdaly.html>
1998 “The past, present, and future of restorative justice: some critical reflections.” The Contemporary Justice Review 1 (1): 21-45 (with Russ Immarigeon).
1997 “Different ways of conceptualizing sex/gender in feminist theory and their implications for criminology.” Theoretical Criminology 1 (1): 25-51. (reprinted; see Note at end of c.v.)
1996 “Women in the street-level drug economy: continuity or change?” Criminology 34 (4): 465-91 (with Lisa Maher) (reprinted; see Note at end of c.v.).
1995 “Sex effects and sentencing: an analysis of the statistical literature.” Justice Quarterly 12 (1): 143-77 (with Rebecca Bordt).
1995 “Celebrated crime cases and the public’s imagination: from bad press to bad policy?” Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, special supp. issue: 6-30.
1994 “Men’s violence, victim advocacy, and feminist redress.” Comment on Stuart Scheingold et al., “Sexual violence, victim advocacy, and republican criminology: Washington State’s Community Protection Act.” Law & Society Review 28 (4): 777-786. (invited comment)
1993 “Class-race-gender: sloganeering in search of meaning.” Social Justice 20 (1-2): 56-71. (reprinted; see Note at end of c.v.)
1990 “Reflections on feminist legal thought.” Social Justice 17 (3): 7-24.
1989a “Neither conflict nor labeling nor paternalism will suffice: intersections of race, ethnicity, gender, and family in criminal court decisions.” Crime & Delinquency 35 (1): 136-68.
1989b “Criminal justice ideologies and practices in different voices: some feminist questions about justice.” International Journal of the Sociology of Law 17: 1-18. (Reprinted; see Note at end of c.v.)
1989c “Rethinking judicial paternalism: gender, work-family relations, and sentencing.” Gender & Society 3 (1): 9-36.
1989d “Gender and varieties of white-collar crime.” Criminology 27 (4): 769-94. (Reprinted; see Note at end of c.v.)
1988 “Feminism and criminology.” Justice Quarterly 5 (4): 497-538 (with Meda Chesney-Lind) (Reprinted; see Note at end of c.v.).
1987a “Structure and practice of familial-based justice in a criminal court.” Law & Society Review 21 (2): 267-90. (Reprinted; see Note at end of c.v.).

1987b “Discrimination in the criminal courts: family, gender, and the problem of equal treatment.” Social Forces 66 (1): 152-75. (Reprinted; see Note at end of c.v.)

OTHER JOURNAL ACTIVITIES

2005 Co-editor, Special Issue of Theoretical Criminology, Vol 9 (4) on Gender, Race, and Restorative

Justice.
2004 Senior Editor, Criminology and Public Policy, Vol 3(4) on Restorative Justice, with editorial

introduction, “Justice in many rooms.”



CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

(chapters on restorative justice from 2000 to present available at http://www.griffith.edu.au/school/

ccj/kdaly.html)
forth- “Justice for victims of sexual assault: court or conference?” Forthcoming in Karen Heimer

coming and Candace Kruttschnitt (eds.) Gender, Offending, and Victimisation. New York: New York

University Press (with Sarah Curtis-Fawley).
forth- “A tale of two studies: restorative justice from a victim’s perspective.” Chapter 8 in

coming Elizabeth Elliott and Rob Gordon (eds.) Restorative Justice: Emerging Issues in Practice

and Evaluation. Cullompton, UK: Willan Publishing.
2003a “Making variation a virtue: evaluating the potential and limits of restorative justice.” Pp. 23-50 in Elmar Weitekamp and Hans-Jurgen Kerner (eds) Restorative Justice in Context: International Practice and Directions. Devon, England: Willan Publishing.
2003b “Mind the gap: restorative justice in theory and practice.” Pp. 221-36 in Andrew von Hirsch et al. (eds) Restorative Justice and Criminal Justice: Competing or Reconcilable Paradigms? Oxford: Hart Publishing.



2003c “Inequalities of crime.” Pp. 105-22 in Andrew Goldsmith, Mark Israel, and Kathleen Daly (eds.) Crime and Justice: An Australian Textbook in Criminology (2nd edition). Sydney: Lawbook Company (with Robyn Lincoln).
2003d “Aims of the criminal justice system.” Pp. 221-42 in Andrew Goldsmith, Mark Israel, and Kathleen Daly (eds.) Crime and Justice: An Australian Textbook in Criminology (2nd edition). Sydney: Lawbook Company.
2002a “Sexual assault and restorative justice.” Pp. 62-88 in Heather Strang and John Braithwaite (eds.) Restorative Justice and Family Violence. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
2002b “Restorative justice and conferencing.” Pp. 294-312 in Adam Graycar and Peter Grabosky (eds.) Handbook of Australian Criminology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (with Hennessey Hayes).
2002c “Juvenile crime and justice in Australia.” Pp. 221-54 in Nicholas Bala et al. (eds) Juvenile Justice Systems: An International Comparison of Problems and Solutions. Toronto: Thompson Educational Publishing, Inc. (with Ian O’Connor and Lyn Hinds).
2001 “Conferencing in Australia and New Zealand: variations, research findings, and prospects.” Pp. 59-83

in Allison Morris and Gabrielle Maxwell (eds.) Restorative Justice for Juveniles: Conferencing,

Mediation and Circles. Oxford: Hart Publishing.



2000 “Revisiting the relationship between retributive and restorative justice.” Pp. 33-54 in Heather Strang and John Braithwaite (eds.) Restorative Justice: Philosophy to Practice. Dartmouth/Ashgate.
1998a “Gender, crime, and criminology.” Pp. 85-108 in Michael Tonry (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Crime and Punishment. New York: Oxford University Press.
1998b “Crossroads and intersections: building from feminist critique.” Pp. 1-17 in Kathleen Daly and Lisa Maher (eds.) Criminology at the Crossroads: Feminist Readings in Crime and Justice. New York: Oxford University Press (with Lisa Maher).
1998c “Black women, white justice.” Pp. 209-241 in Austin Sarat and Marianne Constable (eds.) Crossing Boundaries: Traditions and Transformations in Law and Society Research. Evanston: Northwestern University Press and American Bar Foundation.
1997a “Crime and justice: paradoxes for theory and action.” Pp. 499-518 in Cathy Cohen, Kathleen Jones, and Joan Tronto (eds.) Women Transforming Politics. New York: New York University Press.
1997b “Gender, race, and sentencing.” Pp. 201-252 in Michael Tonry (ed.) Crime and Justice: A Review of the Research. Chicago: University of Chicago Press (with Michael Tonry).
1997c “Crime news, crime fear, and women’s everyday lives.” Pp. 235-248 in Martha Albertson Fineman and Martha McCluskey (eds.) Feminism, Law, and Media. New York: Oxford University Press (with Amy Chasteen).
1995a “The ‘dark figure’ of criminology: toward a black and multi-ethnic feminist agenda for theory and research.” Pp. 189-215 in Nicole Hahn Rafter and Frances Heidensohn (eds.) International Feminist Perspectives in Criminology: Engendering a Discipline. Philadelphia: Open University Press (with Deborah Stephens).
1995b “Looking back, looking forward: the promise of feminist transformation.” Pp. 443-457 in Barbara R. Price and Natalie J. Sokoloff (eds.) The Criminal Justice System and Women, 2nd edition. New York: McGraw-Hill, Inc.



1994a “Masculinities, violence, and communitarian control.” Pp. 189-213 in Tim Newburn and Elizabeth A. Stanko (eds.) Just Boys Doing Business? Men, Masculinities and Crime. London: Routledge (with John Braithwaite). (Reprinted and translated into Serbian; see Note at end of c.v.)
1994b “Gender and punishment disparity.” Pp. 117-133 in Martha Myers and George Bridges (eds.) Inequality, Crime, and Social Control. Boulder: Westview Press.
1993 “Field research: a complement for service-learning.” Pp. 85-95 in Jeffrey Howard (ed.) Praxis I: A Faculty Casebook on Community Service Learning. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Office of Community Service Learning Press.
1992 “Do restraining orders help? Battered women’s experience with male violence and legal process.” Pp. 227-252 in Eve S. Buzawa and Carl G. Buzawa (eds.) Domestic Violence: The Changing Criminal Justice Response. Westport CT: Auburn House (with Molly Chaudhuri).

1990 “New feminist definitions of justice.” Proceedings of the First Annual Women’s Policy Research Conference, pp. 7-12. Washington DC: Institute for Women’s Policy Research.
1988 “The social control of sexuality: a case study of the criminalization of prostitution in the Progressive Era.” Pp. 171-206 in Steven Spitzer and Andrew T. Scull (eds.) Research in Law, Deviance, and Social Control, Vol. 9. Greenwich CT: JAI Press.

ARTICLES IN LAW REVIEWS

1995 “Gender and sentencing: what we know and don’t know from empirical research.” Federal Sentencing Reporter 8 (3): 163-168.
1994 “Criminal law and justice system practices as racist, white, and racialized.” Washington & Lee Law Review 51: 431-464.
1992 “Women’s pathways to felony court: feminist theories of lawbreaking and problems of representation.” Southern California Review of Law and Women’s Studies 2(1): 11-52.
1988 “Litigation-driven research: a case study of lawyer-social scientist collaboration.” Women’s Rights Law Reporter 10 (4): 221-241 (with Shelley Geballe and Stanton Wheeler).

REPORTS

(Reports from 1998 forward available at Daly website and at Australian Institute of Criminology website:

enter at path http://www.aic.gov.au/rjustice/. )
2003a Sexual Offence Cases Finalised in Court, by Conference, and by Formal Caution in South Australia for Young Offenders, 1995-2001: Final Report (August 2003). Brisbane: School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University (with Sarah Curtis-Fawley and Brigitte Bouhours).



2003b SAJJ-CJ Technical Report No. 3: Archival Study of Sexual Offence Cases Disposed of in Youth Court and by Conference and Formal Caution (December 2003). Brisbane: School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University (with Sarah Curtis-Fawley and Brigitte Bouhours).
2001 SAJJ Technical Report No. 2: Research Instruments in Year 2 (1999) and Background Notes. Brisbane: School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University.
1998 SAJJ Technical Report No. 1: Project Overview and Research Instruments in Year 1. Brisbane: School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University. (with Michele Venables, Liz Mumford, Mary McKenna, and Jane Christie-Johnston).



1987 The Niantic Prison Project 1984: A Survey of Incarcerated Women in Connecticut (70 pp. plus appendices) (1986); comparison of 1983 and 1986 surveys. Department of Sociology, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut.

TEACHING ACTIVITIES AND PUBLICATIONS

2003 Crime & Justice: An Australian Textbook in Criminology. Sydney: Law Book Company (co-editor with Andrew Goldsmith and Mark Israel). (text for first-year criminology students)
2003 Socio-Legal Research Centre Research Methods Forum, “Developing Research Ideas and Using

Literature Reviews and Theory to Develop Research Questions” (29 September)


2001-2 Sponsor, Fulbright Postgraduate Student (United States), Sarah Curtis-Fawley.
1995 Invited faculty participant, Law & Society Graduate Student Workshop, June.

Invited faculty participant, Law and Society Summer Institute, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, June-July.



1994 Invited faculty member, short course on “Rights and Difference,” Baldy Center for Law and Social Policy, SUNY-Buffalo Law School, February.
1993a “Teaching criminology with a feminist flourish.” Focus on Law Studies 8 (2): 5, 8.
1993b “Field research: a complement for service-learning.” Pp. 85-95 in Jeffrey Howard (ed.) Praxis I: A Faculty Casebook on Community Service Learning. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Office of Community Service Learning Press (listed also under book chapters).
1992 Participant, “Teaching women and crime: the curriculum integration and focused-course debate,” American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, November.
1988 Invited faculty participant, American Bar Association’s Program for Postgraduate students, Law & Society Annual Meeting.
1987-88 Organizer and participant, Multi-Ethnic Women’s Studies Organizing Committee, Yale University (year-long faculty group seminar on gender and race/ethnic inclusive curricula change).


BOOK REVIEWS

2004 “Pile on it: more texts on RJ,” review essay of Restorative Justice: Theoretical Foundations, Restorative Justice and the Law, New Visions of Crime Victims, and Accountability in Restorative Justice. Theoretical Criminology 8(4): 529-37.

(See related compilation, “Books and edited collections on restorative justice, 1994-2003”

with Brigitte Bouhours).


2003 Restorative Justice and Responsive Regulation. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology 36(1): 109-113.
1995 Transforming a Rape Culture, Violence Against Women: The Bloody Footprints, Reproducing Rape: Domination through Talk in the Courtroom, Improper Advances: Rape and Heterosexual Conflict in Ontario, and Men, Women, and Aggression. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 20 (3): 760-66.
1994 Masculinities and Crime. American Journal of Sociology 100 (1): 307-9.
1993 Sex Crimes. Women’s Review of Books 11 (1): 22.
1992 Women at the Wall: A Study of Prisoners’ Wives Doing Time On the Outside. Women & Criminal Justice 4 (1): 181-87.
1991 Understanding Sexual Violence and Fraternity Gang Rape. Women’s Review of Books 7 (5): 8-9.
1990 Growing up Good. Contemporary Crises 14 (3): 259-62.
1987a Sex and Gender. American Journal of Sociology 93 (1): 241-43.
1987b Women and the Law and Women-in-Law. Contemporary Sociology 16 (3): 286-88.
1984 Judge, Lawyer, Victim, Thief and The Criminal Justice System and Women. Contemporary Sociology 13 (6): 712-13.

OTHER

Entry on “Restorative Justice” for the Encyclopedia of Women and Crime (Nicole Rafter, ed.),

Oryx Press, 2000.
Entry on “Feminist criminologies” for the Sage Dictionary of Criminology (John Muncie and Eugene McLaughlin, eds.), Sage Publications, 2001.
“Feminist theoretical work in criminology,” essay for Division of Women and Crime Newsletter, 2000.

<http://www.ou.edu/soc/dwc/daly2.htm>
“What is the future of the Youth Court? Reflecting on the relationship of informal and formal justice” (1999), Remarks to Australian and New Zealand Senior Youth Court Judges and Magistrates.

<http://www.gu.edu.au/school/ccj/kdaly.html>

INVITED PLENARY ADDRESSES AND LECTURES

2003 Invited speaker, Innovation: Promising Practices for Victims and Witnesses in the Criminal Justice System, National Conference, Canberra, October
Invited plenary speaker, Sixth International Conference on Restorative Justice, Vancouver, June
Invited lecture, Australian Institute of Judicial Administration-South Australia, Adelaide, May
Invited lecture, National Practitioner’s Forum, Adelaide, May
2002 Invited lecture on Restorative Justice, Solicitor-General’s Series, Ottawa, November
2002 Invited lecture on Restorative Justice, University of Ottawa Public Forum, November
2000-1 Invited participant, Cambridge Seminar on Restorative Justice, Cambridge (October 00), Toronto (May 01)
2001 Invited lecture on the Honest Politician’s Guide to Crime Control, Brisbane Institute, July
2000 Invited plenary speaker, Fourth International Conference on Restorative Justice for Juveniles, Tuebingen, October
Invited plenary speaker, Scottish Criminology Conference, Edinburgh, September
Invited speaker, Restorative Justice and Domestic Violence, Australian National University, Canberra, July



1999 Invited speaker, Division of Women and Crime special session, American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Toronto, November
Invited plenary speaker, ANZ Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Perth, September
Invited speaker, Caxton Legal Centre’s Restorative Justice Conference, Brisbane, July
Invited speaker, The Third National Outlook Symposium on Crime in Australia, Australian Institute of Criminology, Canberra, March
Invited speaker, Restorative Justice and Civil Society, Australian National University, Canberra, February
1998 Invited speaker, Flinders University Symposium on Criminal Justice in Diverse Societies, Adelaide, December



Invited speaker, Second International Conference on Restorative Justice for Juveniles, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, November
Invited plenary speaker, Institute of Criminology, Victoria University of Wellington, Youth Justice in Focus Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, October
Invited speaker, Institute of Criminology, University of Sydney, Public seminar on Restorative Justice, Conferencing and the Possibilities of Reform, Sydney, April
Invited speaker, Presley Center, University of California-Riverside, series on Gender and Violence, February



1994 Invited speaker, Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto, Workshop on Wife Assault and the Criminal Justice System, November
Invited plenary speaker, Australian & New Zealand Society of Criminology Tenth Annual Conference, Sydney, September
Invited speaker, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, April
Invited speaker, Washington and Lee Law School, conference on Race and the Criminal Justice System, Lexington, Virginia, March



1993 Invited plenary speaker, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Meeting, Kansas City, Missouri, March
1992 Invited speaker, Inequality, Crime, and Social Control Conference, University of Georgia, April
Invited plenary speaker on the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings, Law & Society Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, May
1991 Invited speaker, Talking about Women and Crime Forum for Researchers, Practitioners, and Policymakers, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York City, December
1990 Invited speaker, City University of New York Sociology Department Colloquium Series, New York City, December
1989 Invited speaker, First Annual Women’s Policy Research Conference, Washington DC, May

PAPERS GIVEN AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS (The list shows titles of invited plenaries and lectures listed above, as well as other papers given at professional meetings, only for the past 8 years.)
2003 “The promise of restorative justice for victims of sexual assault,” Innovation: Promising Practices for Victims and Witnesses in the Criminal Justice System, National Conference, Canberra, October.
“Is conference or court the site of cheap justice? An analysis of sexual offences in South Australia,” Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Sydney, October.


“Indigenous courts in Australia,” World Congress of Criminology, Rio de Janeiro, August (with Elena Marchetti).
“Victim advocacy groups and the idea of restorative justice,” Law & Society Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, June (with Sarah Curtis-Fawley).
“A tale of two studies: victims in conference and court,” Sixth International Conference on Restorative Justice, Vancouver, June.
“Restorative justice: theory meets reality and the way forward,” Australian Institute of Judicial Administration, South Australia branch, Adelaide, May.
“Sexual offence cases finalised by court, conference, and caution in South Australia for young offenders, 1995-2001,” National Practitioner’s Forum, Adelaide, May (with Sarah Curtis-Fawley).
2002 “Widening the feminist lens on restorative justice,” American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Chicago, November
“Restorative justice: three myths and findings from research,” Canadian Solicitor-General’s Lecture Series, Ottawa, November
“Restorative justice: does it work?,” University of Ottawa Public Forum, Ottawa, November
Presenter, Author meets reader session for book, Restorative Justice and Responsive Regulation, Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Brisbane, October.
2001 “Honest politician’s guide to crime control,” Brisbane Institute, July.
“Mind the gap: restorative justice in theory and practice,” Cambridge Seminar on Restorative Justice, Toronto, May.
“Family conferencing in South Australia and re-offending: preliminary results from the SAJJ project,” Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Melbourne, February (with Hennessey Hayes). Revised and to appear in Justice Quarterly.
2000 “Sexual assault and restorative justice,” Restorative Justice and Domestic Violence, Canberra, July.
“Restorative justice: the real story,” Scottish Criminology Conference, Edinburgh, September.
“Ideals meet reality: research results on youth justice conferences in South Australia,” Fourth International Conference on Restorative Justice for Juveniles, Tubingen, October.
“Testing the limits of restorative justice,” Cambridge Seminar on Restorative Justice, Cambridge, October.
1999 “Revisiting the relationship between retributive and restorative justice,” Restorative Justice and Civil Society Conference, Australian National University, Canberra, February.



“SAJJ research on conferencing project: project overview and findings from surveys of the police and coordinators,” Australian Institute of Criminology Third National Outlook Conference, Canberra, March.
“Does punishment have a place in restorative justice?,” Australian and New Zealand Criminology Conference, Perth, September.

“Punishment and restorative justice: the views of young people,” American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Toronto, November.



1998 “Restorative justice: moving past the caricatures,” University of Sydney, Institute of Criminology, April.
“The revolution of restorative justice models through researcher-practitioner partnership,” Youth Justice in Focus Conference, Wellington, October
“Restorative justice seen from an Australian perspective,” American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Washington DC, November.
“Restorative justice and diversity,” Flinders University Symposium on Criminal Justice in Diverse Societies, Adelaide, December.
1997 “Restorative justice as a social movement,” Conference on Justice Without Violence, Albany, New York, June.
“Feminism and criminology at the crossroads: emergent themes and unresolved problems,” American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, San Diego, November.
1996 Organizer and presenter, “A feminist dialogue across the modern/postmodern divide,” Australian & New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Wellington NZ, January.



“Diversionary conferencing in Australia: a reply to the optimists and skeptics,” American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Chicago, November.

MAJOR PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology

Vice-President, 2002 to present

Program Chair and Co-Convenor, Annual Meeting, Oct 2002

Program Chair and Co-Convenor, Annual Meeting, July 1997

Member, Prize Committee, ANZ Journal of Criminology article award, 2000-02

Member, Executive Committee, 2001-present



Australian Institute of Criminology

Associate, 1997-present
American Society of Criminology

Executive Counselor (elected), 1989-92

Member, Nominations Committee, 1992-93

Member, Hindelang Book Award Committee, 1993-94

Chair, Meetings Group, 1991-92

Ad Hoc Committee on Childcare, 1991-93

Chair, Awards Committee, 1990-91

Chair, Fellows Committee, 1989-90

Annual Meeting Program Committee, 1988

Secretary, Division on Women and Crime, 1988-91

Student Awards Committee, 1984
Law & Society Association

Board of Trustees (elected), 1988-91

Annual Meeting Program Committee, 1991

Long-Range Planning Committee, 1991-93

Kalven Prize Committee, 1998



American Sociological Association

Sociology of Law Section, Chair, Distinguished Scholarship Award, 1995

Crime, Law, and Deviance Section, Council member (elected), 1990-93

Crime, Law, and Deviance Section, Student Paper Prize, 1992-93

Crime, Law, and Deviance Section, Publications Committee, 1989-91

Crime, Law, and Deviance Section, Nominations Committee, 1990-91

Criminology Section Nominations, 1987
ADVISORY GROUPS AND CONSULTANCIES

Advisory Group Member, JUSTICE (human rights and law reform organisation in the UK), inquiry into restorative justice, 2002 to present.
Expert advice, Victoria Law Reform Commission inquiry into sexual offences and legal reform, 2002.
Workshop presenter, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Corporation for Legal Services, on community conferencing and cautioning for juveniles, 2001.
Advisory Council, International Centre for Criminal Law Reform and Criminal Justice Policy, Vancouver, B.C., 1992-94

SERVICE ON EDITORIAL BOARDS

Guest Senior Editor (2004), Criminology and Public Policy

Editorial Board (1997-98), Associate Editor (1998-present) Theoretical Criminology

Editorial Board (2001-present), Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology

Editorial Board (2000-present) Punishment & Society

Editorial Board, Law & Society Review, 1995-97

Editorial Board, Justice Quarterly, 1994-96

Associate Editor, Social Problems, 1991-94

Editorial Board, Westview Press Series on Crime & Society, 1991-present

Advisory Editor, Gender & Society, 1990-92

Editorial Board, Journal of Human Justice, 1989-92

Editorial Board, Women & Criminal Justice, 1988-96

Associate Editor, Criminology, 1987-92

Reviewer for many other journals and funding bodies

COMMITTEE AND ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES

Griffith University, University level

Member, Steering Committee, Griffith University Women in Leadership Program, 2003

Advisory Board, Socio-Legal Research Centre, 2003-present

Director, Program on Restorative Justice, Key Centre for Ethics, Law, Justice and Governance, 1999-2003

University Ethics Committee, 1999-2000

Humanities Assessment Sub-Committee, 1997

Postgraduate Management Board, 1996-97
Griffith University, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Coordinator, PhD in Criminology and Criminal Justice, 2001-present

Coordinator, Masters in Criminology and Criminal Justice, 1996-2000

Interim Director, Centre for Crime Policy and Public Safety, 1997

University of Michigan, Department of Sociology

Graduate Admissions Committee, 1993

Task Force on Diversity and Discrimination, 1993-95

Yale University, University level

Graduate School Degree Committee for the Social Sciences, 1990-92

Teacher Preparation Program Advisory Committee, 1984-86
Yale University, Department of Sociology

Director of Undergraduate Studies, 1984

Departmental Computer Administrator, 1985-86

Personnel Committee, 1985-86, 1987-88

Graduate Affairs Committee, 1988-89

Committee to Evaluate Undergraduate Teaching, 1988-89

Ad Hoc Committee on Race and Gender, 1990-91
Yale University, Women’s Studies Program

Member of the Council, 1984-92

Search Committee, 1984-85

Director of Undergraduate Studies, 1987-88

Griffith University PhD, Honours, and Masters students supervised

(Unless otherwise shown, the students are affiliated with the School of Criminology and Criminal

Justice, Griffith University. The list shows only those students supervised since I came to Griffith in mid-1996)
PhD students

Current

  • Thierry Bouhours (to submit 2005). Exclusion and Inclusion: The Impact of Schooling on Students (principal supervisor).

  • Robyn Lincoln (to submit 2004). Race Against Crime: Adversarial Theory of Aboriginal Crime and Criminal Justice in Australia (principal supervisor).

  • Elena Marchetti (to submit 2006). Missing Subjects: Women, Gender and Family Violence in the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths into Custody (principal supervisor).

  • Rebecca Wickes (to submit 2007). An Examination of Collective Efficacy in Southeast Queensland Neighbourhoods (associate supervisor).

  • Deirdre Green (to submit 2007). Challenging Ideas and the Criminal Justice System: The Point of Engagement (principal supervisor).

  • Kieran Plasto (to submit 2011). Hostage Negotiation (principal supervisor).


Completed

  • Lyn Hinds (December 2002). Law and Order: The Politics of Get Tough Crime Control (principal supervisor).

  • Cathy Burns (August 2001). Judicial Narratives on Trial: Constructions of Sex, Gender and Sexuality in the Japanese Courtroom. Schools of Humanities and Asian Studies (associate supervisor).

  • Emma Ogilvie (October 1999). Offensive Girls: An Investigation of Gender and Adolescent Criminality. Department of Sociology, University of Queensland (associate supervisor).


BA(Hons), MA(Hons), and MA thesis students

Under examination and current

  • Peter Coleman, MA(Hons) (to submit 2004). Racial Vilification in Professional Sport: The Case of the Australian Football League (principal supervisor).

  • Rebecca Wallis, MA(Hons) (to submit 2006). Historical Contexts of Criminological Theories (principal supervisor).


Completed

  • Heather Nancarrow, MA(Hons) (1st class, 2004). In Search of Justice: White Feminist and Indigenous Women’s Views on Restorative Justice (principal supervisor).

  • Deirdre Green, BA (Hons) (1st class, 2002). The Politics of Queensland’s Prostitution Laws (principal supervisor) (awarded PhD scholarship).

  • Peter Mulder, MA (2002). A Study of the Interface between the Anglo Criminal Justice System in an Indigenous Enclave (principal supervisor). Recipient, Griffith University Postgraduate Student Association Award for highest GPA in a faculty or element.

  • Lyn Hinds, MA (Hons) (1st class, 1998). Community Notification of Sex Offenders: The Attempted Expulsion of Evil from US Society in the 1990s (principal supervisor) (awarded PhD scholarship).



REPRINTED ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS

  • “Structure and practice of familial-based justice ...” (1987) reprinted in The Law and Society Reader, R. Abel (ed.) 1995; and The Social Organization of Law, 2nd ed., M. P. Baumgartner (ed.) 1998.

  • “Discrimination in the criminal courts ... “(1987) reprinted in Criminology—Volume I, R. Crutchfield et al. (eds.) 1997.

  • “Feminism and criminology” (1988) reprinted in The Sociology of Gender, L. Kramer (ed.) 1991; Readings in Contemporary Criminological Theory, P. Cordella and L. Siegel (eds.) 1996; and Criminological Theory: Essential Readings, F. Cullen and R. Agnew (eds.) 1998.

  • “Criminal justice ideologies and practices ... (1989) reprinted in A Reader on Criminal Justice, N. Lacey (ed.) 1994; Before the Law: An Introduction to the Legal Process, J. Bonsignore et al. (eds.) 1998; and Gender and Justice (2nd edition), N. Naffine (ed.) 2001.

  • “Gender and varieties of white collar crime” (1989) reprinted in White-Collar Crime: Classic and Contemporary Views, G. Geis et al. (eds.) 1995; and White Collar Crime: Law and Practice, J. Israel et al. (eds.) 1996.

  • “Class-race-gender ...” (1993) reprinted in Radical Readings in Criminology, M. Lynch (ed.) 1997.

  • “Masculinities, violence and communitarian control ...” (1994) reprinted in Wife Assault and the Canadian Criminal Justice System, M. Valverde et al. (eds.) 1996; Crime Control and Women, S. Miller (ed.) 1998; and reprinted and translated into Serbian in Temida (a journal on victimisation, human rights and gender) V. Nikolic-Ristanovic (ed.) 2001.

  • “Gender and sentencing: what we know and don’t know from empirical research” (1995) reprinted in Law Studies, New York State Bar Association, Vol. 22(4), 1998.

  • “Women in the street-level drug economy: continuity or change?” (1996) reprinted in The American Drug Scene (3rd edition), J. Inciardi and K. McElrath (eds.) 2000; Research in Criminal Justice, G. Alpert and J. MacDonald (eds.) 2001; and Reader on Gender and Crime, 2004.

  • “Different ways of conceptualizing sex/gender in feminist theory and their implications for criminology” (1997) reprinted in Criminological Perspectives: A Reader (2nd edition), J. Muncie et al. (eds.) 2002; Reader on Gender and Crime, 2004.

  • “Restorative justice in diverse and unequal societies” (2000) reprinted and translated into Spanish in the Journal of the Center for Alternative Dispute Resolution (Revista CREA), Vol. 2, Law School, Universidad de Temuco, Chile, 2002.

  • “Restorative justice: the real story” (2002) reprinted in Reader on Restorative Justice, G. Johnstone (ed.) 2003; Crime, Order and Social Control, Open University Textbook, 2003; translated into Spanish and reprinted in Journal of the Center for Alternative Dispute Resolution (Revista CREA), Vol. 4, Law School, Universidad Católica de Temuco, Chile, 2003; Restorative Justice: Critical Issues, E. McLaughlin et al. (eds.) 2003; Restorative Justice, Declan Roche (ed.) 2004.


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