Books

Books

Along with publishing in their discipline's top journals, faculty at John Jay write dozens of influential books every year. The Office for the Advancement of Research offers support for faculty authors through our Book Publication fund.

Here is the most recent list of published books by our John Jay faculty in 2015.

Private Military and Security Companies (PMSCs) and the Quest for Accounting, George Andreopoulos & John Kleinig (Eds)

Decoding Albanian Organized Crime: Culture, Politics and Globalization, Jana Arsovska

The Pain Within My Soul: Short Stories about Crime and Life, Irina Zakirova

 

Listening to Jazz, Benjamin Bierman

 

The Trouble He Brews, Michael Blitz

 

Youth Street Gangs: A Critical Appraisal, David Brotherton

 

Tourist Trap (Or: How I Paid My Way Through Grad School), Christopher Campanioni

 

Jorge Luis Borges, Post-Analytic Philosophy and Representation, Silvia Dapia

 

Cyber War: Law and Ethics for Virtual Conflicts, Kevin Govern

 

Crime Victims: An Introduction to Victimology, 9th ed., Andrew Karmen

 

Ethnic Profiling: A Modern Framework, Kimora (ed)

 

Measuring Police Integrity Across the World, Sanja Kutnjak Ivkovic & Haberfeld

 

Forensic Biology, 2nd ed., Richard Li

 

Tales, Tunes, and Tassa Drums: Retention and Invention in Indo-Caribbean Music, Peter Manuel

 

The Annotated Little Women, John Matteson

 

Security Operations Management, 3rd Ed., Robert McCrie

 

Transcending Capitalism Through Cooperative Practices, Catherine Mulder

 

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinos in the United States, Suzanne Oboler & Deena J. Gonzalez (eds)

 

Neoliberal Rhetorics and Body Politics: Plastinate Exhibits as Infiltration, Tara Pauliny

 

Public Administration Evolving: From Foundation to the Future, Marilyn Rubin & Mary E. Guy (eds)

 

Confidential Informants: A Close Look at Police Policy, Jon Shane

 

Multidisciplinary Investigation of Child Maltreatment, Lauren Shapiro & Marie Helen-Maras

 

Legacies of State Violence and Transitional Justice in Latin America, Nina Schneider & Marcia Esparza

 

Contextualizing Human Memory, Charles Stone & Lucas Bietti (eds)

 

When Young People Break the Law: Debating Issues on Punishment for Juveniles, Karrsten Struhl & Kimora (eds)

 

Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Annual: Global Perspectives, 2nd ed. Lawrence Sullivan (Ed)

 

Organized Crime: Analyzing Illegal Activities, Criminal Structures, and Extra-legal Governance, Klaus von Lampe

 

The Relativity of Wrongdoing: Corruption, Organised Crime, Fraud and Money Laundering in Perspective, Georgios A. Antonopoulos, Jackie Harvey, Almir Maljevic, Petrus C. van Duyne, & Klaus von Lampe (eds)

 

 

Corporate Social Responsibility? Human Rights in the New Global Economy, Charlotte Walker-Said & John D. Kelly (Eds)

 

 

 

Here is the most recent list of published books by our John Jay faculty in 2014-15.