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Faculty Notes (Published in @ John Jay - March 11, 2009)

Faculty Notes (Published in @ John Jay - March 11, 2009)

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(Published in
@John Jay
on March 11, 2009)
PresentingMiriam Ehrenberg
(Psychology) gave an invited address at the annual conference of Globalisation for the Common Good, held in Melbourne, Australia. Her paper, “ApplyingPsychotherapy Techniques to Religious and Ethnic Conflict,” covered both western andIslamic psychotherapy approaches and the implications of each for conflict resolution.
Jeremy Travis
(President) was the keynote speaker at the Public Service Conference onthe Future of Community Justice in Wisconsin at Marquette Law School on February 20.His remarks focused on “Building Communities with Justice: Overcoming the Tyranny of the Funnel.”
George Andreopoulos
(Government) delivered a series of lectures on "The Evolution of International Human Rights Norms" at the University of Bologna in January. The lectureswere part of the university's graduate program in human rights and humanitarianintervention.
Peter Moskos
(Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration) was a panelistat the New York Academy of Medicine’s “Harm Reduction” conference on January 23.He was also a featured speaker at the annual conference of Students for Sensible DrugPolicy, held in College Park, MD, on November 23.
R. Terry Furst
(Anthropology) presented “A Qualitative Exploration of SuboxoneOpioid Maintenance in a Harm Reduction Setting in New York City,” a paper cowrittenwith Herman Joseph, and Sharon Stancliff, at the Columbia University Seminar Series in New York in December. Furst was also one of the authors, along with Stancliff andJoseph, of “Low Threshold Buprenorphine,” a paper presented by Stancliff at the 7th National Harm Reduction Conference in Miami last November.
Between the CoversPatrick Collins
(Communication & Theatre Arts) had two books released in January bySterling Publishers, a Barnes and Noble imprint.
 Negotiate to Win!
is a tactical guide toachieving success in negotiations, and features a unique chapter on cross-culturalnegotiation. The second book,
Speak with Power and Confidence,
is an updated andrevised edition of Collins’ comprehensive guide to maximizing public speaking skills,originally published in 1998. Both works attracted the attention of foreign publishers atthe Fall 2008 Frankfurt Book Fair.
Joseph King
(Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration) published hisarticle "Policing after Peel: the Government Moves to Centralize” in theTurkish Journalof Police Studiesin 2008. His article “Police Problems: Labor Relations in the EarlyPolice Service of the United Kingdom” appeared in the January 2009 issue of 
 Police Forum
, published by the Police Section of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.
Alisse Waterston
(Anthropology) has had two new edited volumes published:
 An Anthropology of War: Views from the Frontline
(Berghahn Books, 2009) and
 Anthropology off the Shelf: Anthropologists on Writing 
(Wiley Blackwell, 2009, Maria D.Vesperi, co-editor).
 An Anthropology of War 
includes Waterston’s introduction, “On War and Accountability.”
 Anthropology off the Shelf 
includes a chapter by Waterston titled“Writing Poverty, Drawing Readers: Stories in
 Love, Sorrow and Rage
.” Waterston servesas chair of the American Anthropological Association’s Committee on the Future of Printand Electronic Publishing to guide the digital transition of scholarly publishing. In November, Waterston presented a talk at the association’s annual meeting on “TheAcademy, the Market-State and the Dissemination of Anthropological Knowledge in theDigital Age.”
Peter Moskos
(Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration) had his book review of Hugh Holton’s
The Thin Black Line: True Stories by Black Law Enforcement Officers Policing America’s Meanest Streets
published in
The Washington Pos
onJanuary 11.
(Published in
@John Jay
on February 18, 2009)
On BoardBen Jorgensen
(Physical Education and Athletics) was named as the College’s new headmen’s tennis coach. Jorgensen, who has been a tennis instructor for more than 15 years,was the top singles player as a member of the men’s tennis team at New York Universityin 1989 and 1990. He is also a working actor who has appeared in several films anddaytime soap operas.
Between the CoversKimora
(Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration) will have her articletitled "The Correctional Educator: A Nontraditional Occupation" published in theMay/June 2009 issue of 
Offender Programs Report 
, a publication from the CivicResearch Institute that is devoted to “innovative programs, management strategies andlegal developments in offender rehabilitation.”
Simon Baatz
(History) had his book,
 For the Thrill of It: Leopold, Loeb and the Murder that Shocked Chicago
(HarperCollins), chosen as a finalist for the Edgar Allen Poe Awardfor Best Non-Fiction Crime Book in 2008. The award will be presented by the MysteryWriters of America on April 30.
David Brotherton
(Sociology) had his book 
 Keeping Out the Other: A Critical  Introduction to Immigration Enforcement Today
(Columbia University Press) cited as"Outstanding Academic Title for 2008" by
, the review magazine of the AmericanLibrary Association. Brotherton co-edited the book along with Philip Kretsedemas of theUniversity of Massachusetts.
Presenting…Adina Schwartz
(Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration) made aContinuing Legal Education presentation on “Daubert Challenges to FirearmsIdentification” on January 10 at the Fifth National Seminar on Forensic Science and theLaw, sponsored by the Office of Defender Services of the Administrative Office of theU.S. Courts.
Ellen Belcher
(Library) presented a paper titled “Is There a Halaf Bead and PendantTypology? A Look at the Evidence” at the Bead Technology Workshop hosted by theBritish Museum in London, England, on January 12-13.
Jane Katz
(Physical Education and Athletics) conducted one-day clinics on “Swimmingfor Total Fitness and Swim Basics” at the Jewish Community Center in Tucson, AZ, onJanuary 4 and The Club for Women, an all-women health club in Phoenix, on January 6.
M. Victoria Pérez-Ríos
(Government) presented two papers, “Cooperation againstTransnational Crime: Lessons from the Balkans” and “International Courts and ConflictResolution: Toward a New Normative Framework, Social Justice and New Debates,” atthe annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, held in New Orleans,

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