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An International Journal

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Critical Criminology is the official journal of the American Society of Criminology’s Division on Critical Criminology. 

The full text of articles is available from Critical Criminology's page at Springer

PLEASE NOTE: Paul Leighton's term as editor has ended. Contact the editors below about new submissions. The Journal remains active, but these pages will not be updated beyond what occurred during Paul's editorship. Please check the journal's official homepage at Springer (formerly Kluwer) for current information. 

Editorial Board

Call for Papers | See 'Manuscript Submission' link on the journal's official homepage for update

The editors of Critical Criminology: An International Journal are seeking manuscripts that deal with questions of social, political and economic justice. The journal is for academics and researchers with an interest in the anarchistic, cultural feminist, integrative, Marxist, peace-making, postmodernist and realistic criminology. Critical Criminology also deals with issues that include class, gender, race/ethnicity and heterosexism. It encourages works that focus on creative and cooperative solutions to justice problems, plus strategies for the construction of a more inclusive society. Critical Criminology is the official journal of the Division of Critical Criminology in the American Society of Criminology. 

Submission Guidelines | See 'Manuscript Submission' link on the journal's official homepage for update

Papers should be 6,000 to 8,000 words (including tables, illustrations, notes and references) and framed in a manner that would be of interest to an international audience. Book reviews are also welcome and shorter research notes (3,000 words) will be considered for publication. All manuscripts are subject to peer review. 

Tables, illustrations, footnotes and references are to appear at the end of the paper and an abstract of 100 to 200 words should be included. Any in-text citation style - for example (Author Date: Page) - is acceptable so long as it is used consistently and the reference section contains all important information. Endnotes are preferred to footnotes and should be used sparingly.

Please send 2 paper copies and 1 electronic copy (IBM compatible) to the appropriate editor listed below. Sending both paper and electronic copies helps us expedite the review and hold down the costs to sponsoring universities. 

Please feel free to recommend appropriate reviewers for your paper. 

If you would like to be added to our reviewer database, please email or send a letter to the appropriate editor. Be sure to include contact information, your areas of specialization and if there is a website/URL that contains more information about you. 

PLEASE NOTE: Paul Leighton's term as editor has ended. Contact the editors below about new submissions. The Journal remains active, but these pages will not be updated beyond what occurred during Paul's editorship. The Editorial Board has not been updated to reflect any changes made by the new editors. See 'Editorial Board' link and other current information on the  journal's official homepage

Journal Editors

North America

Barbara Sims

Penn State Harrisburg

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Jo Goody

Leeds University, England

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Pacific Rim

Mark Israel

Flinders University, Australia

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Book Review Editor: Dr. Suzette Cote, California State University, Sacramento Webpage and Contact Info
My apologies for not having a clickable email address on this page, but that's a main way addresses are collected for spam. The link will take you to a page that has full contact information. 


Bruce Arrigo, University of North Carolina-Charlotte

Gregg Barak, Eastern Michigan University

Roberto Bergalli, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain

Robert Bohm, University of Central Florida

Ben Bowling, University of London, England

Meda Chesney-Lind, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Elliott Currie, University of California, Berkeley

Kathleen Daly, Griffith University, Australia

Willem de Haan, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

Walter S. DeKeseredy, Ohio University

David O. Friedrichs, University of Scranton

Mark Hamm, Indiana State University

Stuart Henry, Wayne State University

Ruth Jamieson, Keele University, England

Mark Israel, Flinders University, Australia

Dario Melossi, Universita di Bologna, Italy

Jody Miller, University of Missouri – St. Louis

Dragan Milovanovic, Northeastern Illinois University

Hal Pepinsky, Indiana University

Richard Quinney, Northern Illinois University

Claire Renzetti, St. Joseph’s University

Katheryn Russell, University of Maryland

Sebastian Scheerer, University of Hamburg, Germany

Martin D. Schwartz, Ohio University

Nigel South, University of Essex, England

Kevin Stenson, Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College, England

Julie Stubbs, University of Sydney Law School, Australia

Rene van Swaaningen, Erasmus University

Sandra Walklate, Manchester Metropolitan University

Frank Williams, Prairie View A&M University


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