Criminology Throughout History

Critical Readings (First Edition)
Edited by Rosalva Resendiz and Lucas Espinoza
©2021, 362 pages

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    Criminology Throughout History: Critical Readings provides students with a carefully selected set of readings that help them develop a strong knowledge base in the history of criminology. This historical perspective supports a holistic understanding of criminological thought and theory, and helps students situate themselves within the production of knowledge in the discipline.

    The anthology is divided into three parts. Part I focuses on the historical development of criminological thought, beginning with an overview of the impact of liberal philosophy. Part II takes a closer look at the early theories of causation. Part III provides new directions in criminology, embracing the ideals set by the liberal philosophers: equality, freedom, and justice. For each part, students are provided with a timeline that clearly outlines historical events and demonstrates how the discipline has been influenced and shaped over time.

    Criminology Throughout History is an ideal textbook to use in undergraduate and graduate criminology and criminal justice programs.

    Rosalva Resendiz earned her Ph.D. in sociology from Texas Woman's University. She is an associate professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. Dr. Resendiz's work engages critical Chicana feminism with a focus on intersectionality and identity politics, considering colonialism, decolonialism, and postcolonialism.
    Lucas Espinoza earned his Ph.D. in sociology from Texas Woman's University. He is an assistant professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. His professional expertise includes culture and identity, Latin@ disparities, social justice rights and issues, gender and women's studies, Mexican-American studies, and social science methodology/statistics.
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