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Evan Mandery is the chairperson of the department of criminal justice and an expert on the death penalty. He is the author of three novels and three works of non-fiction including, most recently, A Wild Justice: The Death and Resurrection of Capital Punishment in America (W.W. Norton).
Mandery, E. (2005). Capital Punishment: a Balanced Examination. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett.
Mandery, E. (1999). The Campaign: Rudy Giuliani, Ruth Messinger, Al Sharpton and the Race to be Mayor of New York City. New York: Westview. (Published in paperback as Eyes on City Hall).
Mandery, E. (2011). Q. New York, NY: HarperCollins.
Mandery, E. (2010). First Contact (Or It’s Later Than You Think)—Parrot Sketch Excluded. New York, NY: HarperCollins.
Mandery, E. (2007). Dreaming of Gwen Stefani. Brooklyn, NY: Ig.
Shlosberg, A., Mandery, E., West, V., and Callaghan, B. (2014). Expungement and Post-Exoneration Offending. Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 104, 353-388.
Pezzella, F., Paladino, A., Zoller, C., and Mandery, E. (2014). The Efficacy of Student Learning in Large-sized Criminal Justice Preparatory Classes. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 25, 1-25.
Mandery, E., Shlosberg, A., West, V., and Callaghan, B. (2013). Compensation Statutes and Post-Exoneration Offending. Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 103, 553-584.
Kennedy-Kollar, D. & Mandery, E. (2010). Testing the Marshall Hypothesis and its antithesis: The effect of biased information on death-penalty opinion. Criminal Justice Studies, 23, 65-83.
Professional Journal Articles
Mandery, E & Kennedy, D. (2011). A New Direction for Criminal Justice Education. The Criminologist, 36, 1-6.
Law Review Articles
Book Chapters & Forewords