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John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Book browsers: spring 2016

Below is a short representation of the print books acquired in the last three months by the Library. Access information is available in both the Library catalog CUNY+ and the new discovery tool OneSearch.

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Bammer, A. & Boetcher Joeres, R. (Eds.) (2015). The futures of scholarly writing: critical interventions. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan. Stacks P302.18 .F88 2015

Blum, S. D. (2016). “I love learning; I hate school”: an anthropology of college. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.  Stacks LB1065 .B56 2016

Deer S. (2015). The beginning and end of rape: confronting sexual violence in native America. Minneapolis, Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press.  Stacks KIE3560 .D44 2015

Dornschneider, S. (2016). Whether to kill: the cognitive maps of violent and nonviolent individuals. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: University of Pennsylvania Press.  Stacks HN786.Z9 V536 2016

Desmond, M. (2016). Evicted: poverty and profit in the American city. New York, NY: Crown Publishers.  Stacks HD7287.96.U6 D47 2016

Jacobs, P. (2012). Force-feeding of prisoners and detainees on hunger strike: right to self-determination versus right to intervention.  Stacks K5519 .J33 2012

Konnikova, M. (2013). Mastermind: how to think like Sherlock Holmes. New York, NY: Penguin Books.  Stacks BC108 .K56 2013

Latzer, B. (2016). The rise and fall of the violent crime in America. New York, NY: Encounter Books.  Stacks and Reserve HV6789 .L38 2016

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Lempert, L. (2016). Women doing life: gender, punishment, and the struggle for identity. New York, NY: New York University Press.  Stacks HV9471 .L436 2016

Martin, J. (2015). The provost’s handbook: the role of the chief academic officer. Baltimore, Maryland: John Hopkins University.  Stacks LB2341 .M295 2015

Mernissi, F. (2011). Beyond the veil: male-female dynamics in Muslim society. London: Saqi.  Stacks HQ1170 .M46 2011

Morello, G. (2015). The Catholic church and Argentina’s Dirty War. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.  Stacks BX1462.3 .M67 2015

Roberts, R. (2016). Blood brothers: the fatal friendship of Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X. New York, NY: Basic Books.  Stacks GV1132.A44. R64 2016

Schiemann, J. W. (2016). Does torture work? New York, NY: Oxford University Press.  Stacks HV8593 .S345 2016

Sion, B. (Ed.). (2014). Death tourism: disaster sites as recreational landscape. New York, NY: Seagull Books. Stacks G156.5.D37 D43 2014

Taylor, R. B. (2015). Community criminology: fundamentals of spatial and temporal scaling, ecological indicators, and selective bias. New York, NY: New York University Press.  Stacks HV6025 .T39 2015

Wainwright, T. (2016). Narconomics: how to run a drug cartel. New York, NY: Public Affairs. Stacks HV5801.W325 2016

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