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Crime and Criminality
Radio Documentary Explores Redemption for Former Prisoners
(March 2, 2015)
LSJ sponsored event discusses WTO protests
(December 11, 2014)
Katherine Beckett. 2018. “The Politics, Peril and Promise of Criminal Justice Reform in theContext of Mass Incarceration.” Annual Review of Criminology 1: 235-59.
Gao, Elizabeth Lu. "Detention Corporations' Influence: Financial Contributions and Contracts Within Politics." University of Washington. Department of of Law, Societies, and Justice, 2023.
Katherine Beckett, Allison Goldberg, and Marco-Brydolf-Horwitz. 2023.
JustCARE: An Analysis of Housing and Other Outcomes.
The Public Defender Association.
Jacobsen, Elise. "Racial Stereotypes and News Media: An Exploration of United States Drug History". University of Washington. Department of Law, Societies, and Justice, 2021.
Arzoo Osanloo. 2020.
Forgiveness Work: Mercy, Law, and Victims' Rights in Iran
. Princeton University Press.
“How States Justify Internment: The Case of Northern Ireland.” Sarah Dreier, Emily Gade, and Michael McCann. Funded by NSF grant. Planned submission to Law & Society Review, summer 2020.
Katherine Beckett and
. 2020. “A Kinder, Gentler Drug War? Race, Drugs, and Punishment in 21st Century America.”
Punishment and Society
. DOI: 10.1177/1462474520925145
"Attitudes on the Gender of Rape Victims". Law, Societies, and Justice Honors Thesis, 2020.
Katherine Beckett. 2018. “Review Essay: Mass Incarceration and its Discontents.” ContemporarySociology: A Journal of Reviews 47, 1: 11-23 (January).
Katherine Beckett, Lindsey Beach, Anna Reosti and Emily Knaphus. 2018. “U.S. Criminal Justice Policy and Practice in the 21st Century: Toward the End of Mass Incarceration?” Law & Policy 40, 4: 321-45.