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Notes on Contributors GORDON BAZEMORE, Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice and Director of the Community Justice Institute at Florida Atlantic University, is currently Principal Investigator o f the Balanced and Restorative Justice Project, funded by the Office o fJuvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. t o d d c l e a r is Distinguished Professor o f Criminal Justice atJohn Jay College o f CriminalJustice, City University o f New York His books are Controlling the Offender in the Community (with V. O’Leary, 2003), Harm in American Penology: The Community Justice Ideal (with David Karp, 1994) and American Corrections (with G. Cole, 2006). j o h n j. d o n o h u e in is the Leighton Homer Surbeck Professor o f Law at Yale University. His recent major articles include “Uses and Abuses o f Empirical Evidence in the Death Penalty Debate” (with Wolfers, 2005), and “The Impact o f Legalized Abortion on Crime” (with Levitt, 2001). m a r k D ow is author o fAmerican Gulag: Inside US Immigration Prisons (2004). He lectures in English at Hunter College and the New York University School of Continuing and Professional Studies. d a v id g a r l a n d is Arthur T. Vanderbilt Professor o f Law and Professor o f Sociology at New York University. His publications include The Culture ofControl: Crime and Social Order in Contemporary Society (2001). n a n c y g e r t n e r is a Judge on the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts. She is on the faculty of the American Bar Association, Central and Eastern European Law Initiative Advisory Council, and is also on its Advisory Board. She presently teaches sentencing at Yale Law School. m a r ie g o t t s c h a l k is Associate Professor in the Department o f Political Science at the University o f Pennsylvania. Her publications include The Prison and the Gallows: The Politics ofMass Incarceration in America (2006). BERNARD E. HARCOURT is Professor o f Law and Director o f the Center for Studies in CriminalJustice at the University o f Chicago. His books include Against Prediction: Profiling, Policing and Punishing in anActuarialAge (2006). ja m e s b. J a c o b s is C hiefJustice Warren E. Burger Professor o f Constitutional Law and the Courts, Director o f the Center for Research in Crime and Justice at New York University. His first book, Stateville: The Penitentiary in Mass Society (1977), is considered a classic in penology. g e o r g e k a te b is W illiam Nelson Cromwell Professor o f Politics, Emeritus, as w ell as former Director o f the Program in Political Philosophy at Princeton University. His most recent book is Patriotism and Other Mistakes (2006). m a r c m a u e r is Executive Director o f The Sentencing Project. He is the author o f Young BlackMen and the CriminalJustice System (1990) and the Americans Behind Bars series. His book, Race to Incarcerate (1999), was named a semifinalist for the Robert F. Kennedy Book Award. d e b b ie A. MUKAMAL is Director o f the Prisoner Reentiy Institute at John Jay College o f Criminal Justice. She coau­ thored After Prison: Roadblocks to Reentry. A Report on State Legal Barriers Facing People with Criminal Records (with Samuels, 2004). l o r n a R h o d e s is Professor of Anthropology at the University of Washington. She has conducted ethnographic research in Washington state prisons and is the author o f Total Confinement: Madness and Reason in the Maximum Security Prison (2004) and “Changing the Subject: Conversation in Supermax” (2005). J o n a t h a n s im o n is Associate Dean o f the Jurisprudence and Social Policy Program and Professor o f Law at the University of California, Berkeley. His most recent book is Governing through Crime: How the War on Crime Transformed American Democracy and Created a Culture ofFear (2007). b r e n t s ta p le s joined The...


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