Playing in the Sandbox: A Methodological Conversation.  With Amy Farrell.  In Michael Maltz and Stephen Rice, eds. Envisioning Criminology: Researchers on Research as a Process of Discovery.  Springer. 

2014Gender and Genocide. With Kristin Bell.  Online at Papers.
“Visual Criminology.” Introduction to Special Issue of Theoretical Criminology on Visual Culture and the Iconography of Crime and Punishment, ed. Michelle Brown and Eamonn Carrabine. 18/2: 127-133. 

2014 Film Review of Joshua Oppenheimer, dir., The Act of Killing. Theoretical Criminology 18/2: 257-260.
2013"Genocide Films, Collective Memory, and Public Criminology." British Journal of Criminology  53 (6): 1017-1032.
2013              Review of Janne Kivivuori, The Discovery of Hidden Crime: Self-Report Delinquency Surveys in Criminal Policy Context.  In Theoretical Criminology 17/1: 136-138. 
2013 “Justice for the Disabled: Crime Films on Punishment and the Rights of People with Learning Disabilities,” with Majid Yar. Chapter 35 in Anne Wagner and Richard K. Sherwin, eds., Law, Culture and Visual Studies. New York: Springer.

2013 “More Than a Feeling: Integrating Empathy into the Study of Lawmaking, Lawbreaking, and Reactions to Lawbreaking,” with Chad Posick and Michael Rocque.  International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology.

2013 “The Melodramatic Publication Career of Lombroso’s La donna delinquente”. Chapter 10 in Paul Knepper and P.J. Ystehede, eds. The Complete Lombroso. London: Routledge.

2012 “Biographical Box,” for C. Renzetti, S. Miller, and A. Gover, eds., Routledge International Handbook of Crime and Gender Studies. New York: Routledge.

2012 “Genocide and the Dynamics of Victimization,” with Sandra Walklate, in European Journal of Criminology 9/5: 514-526.

2012 “Crime, Film and Criminology,” Reading 7.2 (pp. 228-241) in Jean-Anne Sutherland and Kathryn Feltey, eds. Cinematic Sociology: Social Life in Film, 2d ed. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

2011 “Lombroso’s La donna delinquente: Its Strange Journeys in Italy, England and the USA, Including Scenes of Mutilation and Salvation.” Ch. 7 (pp 147-160) in Travels of the Criminal Question: Cultural Embeddedness and Diffusion, ed. Dario Melossi, Maximo Sozzo and Richard Sparks, Oxford: Onati International Series in Law and Society.

2011 “Origins of Criminology.” Ch. 9 (pp 143-156) in What Is Criminology? , ed. Mary Bosworth and Carolyn Hoyle, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2010 “Lombroso’s Reception in the United States.” Ch. 1 (pp 1-16) in The Eternal Recurrence of Crime and Control: Essays in Honour of Paul Rock, ed. David Downes, Dick Hobbs, and Tim Newburn, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2010 “Silence and Memory in Criminology. The American Society of Criminology 2009 Sutherland Address.” Criminology 48 (2): 339-56.

2010 “Here Be Dragons: Lombroso, the Gothic, and Social Control.” In Popular Culture, Crime, and Social Control, ed. Mathieu Deflem, Emerald/JAI Press, Sociology of Crime, Law, and Deviance v. 14: 263-84; with Per Ystehede.

2009 “Le teorie biologiche sul crimine dopo Lombroso.” In Cesare Lombroso cento anni dopo, ed. Silvano Montaldo and Paolo Tappero. Torino: UTET.

2009 “Lombroso e la cultura di massa in Europa (1890-1930),” with Per Ystehede. In Cesare Lombroso cento anni dopo, ed. Silvano Montaldo and Paolo Tappero. Torino: UTET.

2008 “Criminology’s Darkest Hour: Biocriminology in Nazi Germany.” The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology 41 (2): 287-306.

2007 “Somatotyping, Antimodernism, and the Production of Criminological Knowledge.” Criminology 45 (4) (November): 805-834.

2007 “Crime, Film, and Criminology: Recent Sex Crime Movies.” Theoretical Criminology, 11(3): 403-420.

Revised version in J. Sutherland and K. Felty, eds. Cinematic Sociology: Social Life in Film, 2d ed. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2012.

2006 “Hans J. Eysenck in Fagin’s Kitchen: The Return to Biological Theory in 20th-Century Criminology.” History of the Human Sciences, 19(4): 37-56.

2006 “Apes, Men and Teeth: Earnest A. Hooton and Eugenic Decay.” Pp. 248-268 in Sue Currell and Christina Cogdell, ed.s, Popular Eugenics: National Efficiency and Mass Culture in the 1930s. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio University Press.

2006 “Gender, Genes and Crimes: An Evolving Feminist Agenda.” Ch. 11 (pp. 222-242) in Frances Heidensohn, ed. Gender and Justice: New Concepts and Approaches. Cullompton: Willan Publishing.

2005 “The Murderous Dutch Fiddler: Criminology, History, and the Problem of Phrenology.” Theoretical Criminology 9 (1): 65-96.  

Repr. in Criminological Theory: A Text/Reader, by Stephen Tibbetts and Craig Hemmens.  Sage, Sept. 2009.

2005 Preface to David M. Horton, ed. The Lombroso Omnibus. Lewiston, New York: Edwin R. Mellen.

2005 “Badfellas: Movie Psychos, Popular Culture, and Law.” Pp. 339-357 in Michael Freeman, ed., Law and Popular Culture. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.

2005 “Criminal Anthropology: Its Reception in the United States and the Nature of its Appeal.” In Peter Becker and Richard Wetzell, eds., Criminals and Their Scientists: Essays on the History of Criminology. Cambridge University Press.

2005 “Cesare Lombroso and the Origins of Criminology: Rethinking Criminological Tradition,” Chapter 2.1 (pp. 33-42) in Stuart Henry and Mark Lanier, The Essential Criminology Reader. Boulder, CO: Westview/Basic Books.

2004 “The Unrepentant Horse-slasher: Moral Insanity and the Origins of Criminological Thought,” Criminology 42 (4) (Nov. 2004): 977-1006.

2004 “Earnest A. Hooton and the Biological Tradition in American Criminology.” Criminology 42 (3) (August): 735-771.

2004 “The Criminalization of Mental Retardation.” Pp. 232-257 in Steven Noll and James Trent, Jr., eds., Perpetual Children: A History of Mental Retardation in America. New York: New York University Press.

2001 “Seeing and Believing: Images of Heredity in Biological Theories of Crime.” Brooklyn Law Review 67 (1): 71-99.

Repr. in Susan Silbey, ed., Law and Science Volume I: Epistemological, Evidentiary, and Relational Engagements. Aldershot, England: Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 2008.

2001 “Feminism: Criminological Aspects.” In MacMillan Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice, ed. Joshua Dressler. New York: MacMillan Reference Books.

2001 “American Criminal Trial Films: An Overview of their Development, 1930-2000.” Journal of Law and Society 28 (1) (March): 9-25; published simultaneously pp. 9-24 in Stefan Machura and Peter Robson, eds., Law and Film. Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishers.

2001 “National Prison Association.” The Oxford Companion to United States History. New York: Oxford University Press.

2000 “Women’s Prison Reform: Past, Present and Future.” In Office of Justice Programs, U. S. Department of Justice, National Symposium on Women Offenders, Washington, D.C. December 13-15, 1999: A Conference Report: 13-15. U.S. Department of Justice.

2000 “Biological Theories of Crime: A Historical Overview.” Curator essay (pp. 41-51) in catalog for Searching the Criminal Body: Art/Science/Prejudice, 1840s to Present, an exhibit co-curated by Susan Erony and Nicole Rafter, September 26-November 5, 2000, University Art Museum, State University of New York at Albany.

1997 “The More Things Change… ” Women's Review of Books XIV (10-11) (July): 3-4.
1998, 2002,

Repr. in Joyce M. Jarrett, Pathways: A Text for Developing Writers (lst and 2d editions) (Allyn-Bacon).

1997 “Psychopathy and the Evolution of Criminological Knowledge.” Theoretical Criminology I (2): 235-59.

1997 “Gender, Representation, and Social Control: An Interdisciplinary Women's Studies Course.” With Lisa Cuklanz. Women and Criminal Justice 8(4): 99-109.

1997 “The Realization of Partial Justice: A Case Study in Social Control.” Ch. 7 from Partial Justice, repr. pp. 69-83 in James W. Marquart and Jonathan R. Sorensen, eds., Correctional Contexts: Contemporary and Classical Readings. Los Angeles: Roxbury Publishing Company.

1997 “Transgression Obsession.” Review of Ann-Louise Shapiro, Breaking the Codes: Female Criminality in Fin-de-Si le Paris, in Women's Review of Books XV (1) (Oct.): 23-24.

1994 “Eugenics, Class, and the Professionalization of Social Control.” Pp. 214-227 in George Bridges and Martha Myers, eds., Inequality and Social Control. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press.

1994 Foreword to Mary Ann Hawkes, Excellent Effect: The Edna Mahan Story. College Park, Maryland: American Correctional Association.

1992 “Criminal Anthropology in the United States.” Criminology 30: 525-545.

Repr. in Stuart Henry and Werner Einstadter, eds., The Criminology Theory Reader, Pp. 78-91. New York: New York University Press, 1998.

Repr. in Peter Cordella and Larry Seigel, eds., Readings in Contemporary Criminological Theory, pp. 51-64 . Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1997. 

Repr. in Piers Bierne, ed., The Origins and Growth of Criminology: Essays on Intellectual History, 1760-1945, pp. 221-241. Dartmouth Publishing Company, 1994 .

1992 “Claims-making and Socio-cultural Context in the First U.S. Eugenics Campaign.” Social Problems 39: 17-34.

Earlier version published in Northeastern University, Women's Studies Program, Working Papers in Gender Studies #9, 1991.

1992 “Some Consequences of Strict Constructionism.” Social Problems 39: 38-39.

1991 “Prison Reform Movement, 1870-1930.” Pp. 361-363 in Helen Tierney, ed., Women's Studies Encyclopedia, Vol. II. New York: Greenwood Press.

1991 “Equal Treatment or Different Treatment? The Origins of Today's Policy Dilemmas in the Care of Incarcerated Women.” U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons, Female Offenders. The June 7, 1991 Forum on Issues in Corrections. A Record and Proceedings. Washington, D.C.: Federal Bureau of Prisons.

Revised version published pp. 7-11 in Female Offenders: Meeting Needs of a Neglected Population. American Correctional Association: Laurel Park, Maryland, 1993.

Published as “Equality or Difference?” in Federal Prisons Journal 3: 16-19, 1992.

1990 “The Social Construction of Crime and Crime Control.” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 27: 376-389.

1990 “Crime and the Family.” Women and Criminal Justice 1: 73-86.

Also published by Northeastern University Publications: Klein Lecture Series, 1990.

1990 “Equal Protection Forcing Changes in Women's Prisons.” Correctional Law Reporter 2: 49, 51-52.

1989 “Gender and Justice: The Equal Protection Issue.” Pp. 89-109 in Lynne Goodstein and Doris MacKenzie, eds., The American Prison: Issues in Research and Policy. New York: Plenum Press.

1989 “Prisons, Women Inmates In.” Pp. 288-290 in Helen Tierney, ed., Women's Studies Encyclopedia, Vol. I. New York: Greenwood Press.

1989 “Everyone Wins: A Collaborative Model for Mainstreaming Women's Studies.” With Susan G. Williamson and Amy Cohen-Rose. Journal of Academic Librarianship 15: 20-23.

1989 “Crime and the Family.” Socialist Review 19: 123-129.

1988 “White Trash as Social Ideology.” Transaction/ Society 26: 43-49.

1987 “Even in Prison, Women are Second-class Citizens.” Human Rights 14: 29-31, 51.

1986 “Left Out By the Left: Crime and Crime Control.” Socialist Review 89: 7-23.

1985 “Women: Second-Class Inmates.” Chicago Tribune, 8 October 1985:19.
1986 Repr. Ecumenical Women's Center Newsletter 14 (January/February): 1-2.

1985 “Gender, Prisons, and Prison History.” Social Science History 9: 233-247.

1983 “Prisons for Women, 1790-1980.” Pp. 129-180 in Michael H. Tonry and Norval Morris, eds., Crime and Justice: An Annual Review of Research, Vol. 5. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998.

Repr. Pp.30-45 in T. Flanagan, J. Marquart, and K. Adams, eds., Incarcerating Criminals: American Prisons and Jails in Social Context, 1998.

1983 “Chastising the Unchaste: Social Control Functions of the Women's Reformatory System.” Pp. 288-311 in Stan Cohen and Andrew Scull, eds., Social Control and the State. Oxford: Martin Robertson.

Repr. in Ronald Farrell and Victoria Sweigert, eds., Social Deviance, 3d ed. Belmont, Calif: Wadsworth, 1988.

Translated and reprinted pp. 195-216 in Tamar Pitch, ed., Diritto e Rovescio: Studi Sulle Donne e il Controllo Sociale. Naples: Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, 1987.

1982 “Hard Times: The Evolution of the Women's Prison System and the Example of the New York State Prison for Women at Auburn, 1893-1933.” Ch. 11 in Rafter and Stanko, eds., Judge, Lawyer, Victim, Thief: Women, Gender Roles, and Criminal Justice. Boston: Northeastern University Press.

1982 “Sex Role Operations: Strategies for Women Working in the Criminal Justice System.” With Phyllis Jo Baunach. Ch. 13 in Judge, Lawyer, Victim, Thief: Women, Gender Roles, and Criminal Justice. Boston: Northeastern University Press.

1981 “Marxian Feminism: Implications for Criminal Justice Policy.” With Elena Natalizia. Crime and Delinquency 27: 81-98.

Repr. in Natalie J. Sokoloff and Barbara Price, eds., Women Offenders, Victims and Workers. New York: Clark Boardman, 1982.

Excerpted in 3d and 4th editions of Martin R. Haskell and Lewis Yablonsky, Juvenile Delinquency. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1981, 1988.

1980 “Female State Prisoners in Tennessee: 1831-1979.” Tennessee Historical Quarterly 39: 485-497.

1980 “Matrons and Molls: The Study of Women's Prison History.” Pp. 261-270 in James A. Inciardi and Charles E. Faupel, eds., History and Crime: Implications for Criminal Justice Policy. Beverly Hills: Sage.

1980 “Too Dumb to Know Better: Cacogenic Family Studies and the Criminology of Women.” Criminology 18: 3-25.

1978 “Crime and Intelligence: A Historical Look at the Low IQ Theory.” Pp. 67-74 in James A. Inciardi and Kenneth C. Hass, eds., Crime and the Criminal Justice Process. Kendall/Hunt.

1975 “New York's Second Felony Law.” With Scott Christianson. New York Times, 30 May 1975.

1969 “How to Teach a Delinquent.” Atlantic Monthly (March): 66-72.