Social Justice RSCA Work

Social Justice RSCA work focuses on issues of health disparities, mass incarceration, civil rights or other topics that illuminate or address inequities in health and social outcomes. This listing is not yet complete - please check back in a few weeks for full details from 2014 through 2016.

CASA Faculty RSCA work by year, type, faculty, and department
Year RSCA Type Faculty Dept Project Title
2015 Sabbatical De Giorgi, Alessandro JS "Beyond Mass Incarceration: Crisis and Critique in North American Penal Systems." Speciall Issue of Social Justice: A Journal of Crime, Conflict, and World Order (www.socialjusticejournal.org)
2014 Article De Giorgi, Alessandro JS De Giorgi A. (2014) Between Reform and Revolution: Thoughts on Liberal and Radical Criminologies. Social Justice 129-130: 24-31.
2014 Presentation De Giorgi, Alessandro JS November 19-21, 2014: American Society of Criminology 2014 Annual Meeting, San Francisco (CA). Panel organizer/chair: “Radical Criminology: What’s Left?”. Paper presented: The Enemy of My Enemy is not My Friend: Liberal and Radical Criminologies in the US.
2014 Presentation De Giorgi, Alessandro JS September 18-19, 2014: “The political economy of punishment today:  Race, Class, and Neoliberal Governance: A Structural Critique of the US Carceral State. Seminar at Universidad Central de Chile, Santiago, Chile.
2014 Presentation Kinney, Edith JS “Introduction to Human Rights” training for Santa Clara County Office of Human Relations, with Dr. William Armaline, June 2014
2014 Book Chapter Kinney, Edith JS Victims, Villains and Valiant Rescuers: Unpacking Socio-Legal Constructions of Human Trafficking and Crimmigration in Popular Culture,” Chapter 7 in The Illegal Business of Human Trafficking, Maria João Guia, Ed., CINETS, Crimmigration Control – International Net of Studies, Springer International Publishing (2015)
2015 External Grant Stevenson, Margaret JS Criminal Record Expungement Services
2015 External Grant Stevenson, Margaret JS RCP - CalGRIP
2016 External Grant Stevenson, Margaret JS Criminal Record Expungement Services
2016 External Grant Stevenson, Margaret JS RCP - Re-entry (Legal Services)
2014 External Grant Stevenson, Margaret JS Criminal Record Expungement Services
2014 Article Zhang, Ni HS&R Teti, M., Rolbiecki, A., Zhang, N., Hampton, D., & Binson, D. (2014). Photo-stories of stigma among gay-identified men with HIV in small-town America: A qualitative exploration of voiced and visual accounts and intervention implications. Arts and Health, 1-15.
2014 Article Luo, Lili SOI Park, V. T., Luo, L., & Rosidi, D. (2014). A qualitative examination about providers’ perceptions and recommendations regarding the role of public librarians in addressing communities’ health literacy. Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries (QQML), 3, 567-582.
2014 Book Chapter Kinney, Edith JS “Raids, Rescues, and Resistance: Women’s Rights and Thailand’s Response to Human Trafficking,” Ch. 7, Negotiating Sex Work: Unintended Consequences of Policy and Activism, Carisa Showden and Samantha Majic, Eds., University of Minnesota Press (2014)
2015 Presentation De Giorgi, Alessandro  JS 2015 Punishment and Social Structure in the US: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Color-Blindness. Seminar at Universidad Nacional del Litoral, Santa Fe, Argentina.
2015 Presentation De Giorgi, Alessandro JS 2015 Five Theses on Mass Incarceration. Keynote address to “II Congreso Latinoamericano Delito y Sociedad.” Universidad Nacional del Litoral, Santa Fe, Argentina.
2015 Presentation De Giorgi, Alessandro JS 2015 Mass Incarceration in an Age of Colorblindness. “Governing Crime & Migration: A Multifaceted Gordian Knot”. Honors Summer Course, Leiden Law School/Institute for Criminal Law & Criminology, Leiden, The Netherlands.
2014 Presentation De Giorgi, Alessandro JS  2014 Beyond Determinism: Towards a Cultural Political Economy of Punishment in Late Capitalism. International Conference. Law School, University of A Coruna, Spain
2014 Presentation De Giorgi, Alessandro JS  2014 Punishment and Social Structure in Late-Capitalist Societies: Towards a Cultural Political Economy of Penality. “Penal Boundaries Workshop: Excesses, Limits, and the Production of Inequality.” Centre for Criminology and Socio-legal Studies University of Toronto, Mississauga.
2016 SJSU Central RSCA Award Hagar, Christine SOI  Data Collection Challenges of a Digital Volunteer Humanitarian Aid Organization: The European Refugees Crisis
2015 Book Chapter Butryn, Ted KIN Masucci, M. A., & Butryn, T. M. (2015). Caged quandaries: Mixed martial arts and the politics of research.  In R. Schinke and K. McGannon (Eds.), The psychology of sub-culture in sport and physical activity (pp. 170-184). New York: Routledge Press.
2014 SJSU Central RSCA Award  Shifflet, Bethany KIN  Gender bias in sport media analytics 
2014 Article Drabble, Laurie SSW Drabble, Laurie & Herd, Denise. (2014). Strategies Employed by Inner-City Activists to Reduce Alcohol-Related Problems and Advance Social Justice, Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse, 13:4, 362-384 (DOI: 10.1080/15332640.2014.958637)
2016 SJSU Central RSCA Award Drabble, Laurie SSW Impact of Marriage and the Right to Marry on the Health of Sexual Minority Women: A Consensual Qualitative Research Study
2016 SJSU Central RSCA Award Kinney, Edith JS Prostitution and the New Penology: Sexual Risk and Rehabilitation in California’s Campaigns against Human Trafficking
2016 External Grant Rebman, Kristin SOI Libraries Leading in Digital Inclusion and Disaster Response via TV WhiteSpace Wireless Connections