Affiliated Research

The following is a list of research projects and publications written by faculty members affiliated with the Institute:

Defining Racial Profiling in a Post-September 11th World. 40 American Criminal Law Review 1195 (2003)

Deborah Ramirez, Jennifer Hoopes, and Tara Lai Quinlan

Hate Crimes Revisited: America’s War on Those Who Are Different. Westview Press (2002)

Jack McDevitt and Jack Levin

Hate Mongers, Dabblers, Sympathizers, and Spectators: A Typology of Offenders. The Hate Debate: Should Hate Be Punished as a Crime?. Paul Iganski, ed. London: Profile Books Ltd. in association with the Institute for Jewish Policy Research (2002)

Jack Levin

Community Teachers: A Conceptual Framework for Preparing Exemplary Urban Teachers. Journal of Negro Education. (2002)

P.C. Murrell, Jr

African-Centered Pedagogy: Developing Schools of Achievement for African American Children. New York: SUNY Press (2002)

P.C. Murrell, Jr.

Development of Practice and Teacher Preparation in the Age of Education Reform. Journal of Teacher Education. 52(1), 79-84 (2001)

P.C. Murrell, Jr.

The Will to Kill: Making Sense of Senseless Murder. Pearson Allyn & Bacon (2001)

Jack Levin and James Alan Fox

The Violence of Hate: Confronting Racism, Anti-Semitism, and Other Forms of Bigotry. Pearson Allyn & Bacon (2001)

Jack Levin

The Community Teacher: A New Framework for Effective Urban Teaching. Teachers College Press (2001)

Peter C. Murrell

From Consumers to Co-Producers: Charter Schools and Education Reform in Massachusetts. (2001)

Gordana Rabrenovic

Dead Lines: Essays in Murder and Mayhem. Pearson Allyn & Bacon (2000)

Jack Levin and James Alan Fox

Like Stone Soup: The Role of the Professional Development School in the Renewal of Urban Schools. American Association of College Teacher Education (1998)

P.C. Murrell, Jr.