From its urban roots at the University of Chicago in the early part of the twentieth century, American criminology is going through a sea change in terms of subject matter, methods and data. CCJS at the University of Maryland wants to play a role in terms of shaping the emerging Criminology of the 21 st Century. The video clips in this series focus on newly emerging areas of interest, cutting edge research methods and innovative sources of data.
Dr. María Vélez, Associate Professor with CCJS, speaks on immigration and it's relation to crime.
Dr. Laura Dugan, Professor & Associate Chair of CCJS, speaks on the policy effects on violence, specifically the effects of government actions on the outcomes of terrorist violence or political bias violence.