Resisting the European Court of Justice: Germany's Confrontation with European Law 1949-1979
In this book, Davies analyzes German political, academic and public reactions to the evolving European legal system, which, through doctrines established by the European Court of Justice in the 1960s and 1970s, increasingly came to resemble a federal constitutional order. German resistance to these developments became central in putting rights protection and democracy in the European political map.
Storming the World Stage: The Story of Lashkar-e-Taiba
In this book, Stephen Tankel traces the development of Lashkar from a small resistance group to the largest, most feared organization operating in South Asia today. He considers the threat Lashkar now poses to Pakistan, India, and the West, and how it may evolve in coming decades.More Info| About Stephen Tankel
Freedom of Expression in a Diverse World, Volume 3 in series AMINTAPHIL: The Philosophical Foundations of Law and Justice
Deirdre Golash (Ed.)
This collection of essays on free expression seeks to illuminate why
we value freedom of speech and expression and how this freedom can be weighed against other values, such as multicultural sensitivity, the rights of racial and sexual minorities, and the prevention of violence.
A Woman Doing Life: Notes from a Prison for Women
Robert Johnson (Ed.)
"I don't think we have ever had such a vivid and compelling book-length account of one woman's experiences and observations in jail and in prison...Robert Johnson's presentation of A Woman Doing Life may very well be his most important contribution so far to this species of scholarship." Ken Haas, University of Deleware
Criminologists on Terrorism and Homeland Security
Brian Forst (Ed.), Jack Green (Ed.), and James P. Lynch (Ed)
Criminologists on Terrorism and Homeland Security presents 18 original essays addressing what is widely regarded as the most serious problem confronting America today and for years to come – terrorism – from the unique perspective of criminology. The chapters address the prevention of terrorism, the applicability of community policing and routine activities models of crime to the problem of terrorism, how to balance liberty and security, and how to think about and manage the fear of terrorism, as well as the coordination of federal and local efforts to prevent and counter terrorism.
Immigration Policy in the Federal Republic of Germany: Negotiating Membership & Remaking the Nation
Douglas Klusmeyer and D. Papademetriou
This volume offers a comprehensive and critical examination of the history of German immigration law and policy from the Federal Republic’s inception in 1949 to the present.
More Info | About Douglas Klusmeyer
Panel expert at the Fort Lincoln Civic Association's "Meet the 5th District: The 2013 Crime Prevention and Detection Strategy for Lincoln Lincoln"
Panel expert during the Human Rights Film Series at American University following "Give Up Tomorrow" on September 27, 2012
“The ‘Gray’ Figure of Crime: Using NIBRS Data to Study Violence against the Elderly.” Presented at the Association of State Uniform Crime Reporting Program’s annual Conference in Baltimore, Maryland on April 24, 2012.
"American National Security: the Threat of Terrorism." Presented at John Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, April 2012.
Gave a series of three presentations designated public "Leverhulme Lectures” as part of Leverhulme Visiting Professorship to the Bracton Centre for Legal History Research at the University of Exeter in the UK.
"The Roots of Terrorism." Presented to Senegalese criminal justice officials, sponsored by the State Department, April 1, 2009.
Guest lecture to students at the University of Hong Kong on the American System of Justice.
Recent Articles & Papers
“An Eighth Amendment Analysis of Juvenile Life Without Parole: Extending Graham to All Juvenile Offenders” (primary author, with Chris Miller), University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class 12 (1) 2012: 102-123.
“Religion and the Constitutional Tradition.” In Religions in America, 1790 to 1945. Vol. 2 of The Cambridge History of Religions in America, ed. Stephen J. Stein, 26-45. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012.
Professor Addington was honored as one of the most prolific female scholars publishing in elite criminology journals by the Journal of Criminal Justice Education
"Managing Miscarriages of Justice From Victimization to Reintegration" Albany Law Review, Volume 74, Number 3, pp. 1209-1275, 2011. View Online
"In Whose Best Interest?: New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services v. V.M. and B.G. and The Next Wave of Court-Controlled Pregnancies" Harvard Journal of Law and Gender, 34, 81, 2011. View Online
"Adolescent Drug Users: The Justice System Is Missing an Important Opportunity." Family Court Review, April 2009.
Ferguson, C., & Savage, J. "Have recent studies addressed methodological issues raised by five decades of television violence research? A critical review." Aggression and Violent Behavior, 17 (2), 2012: 129-139.
“Beyond Tragedy: Hannah Arendt and Hans Morgenthau on Responsibility, Evil and Political Ethics,” International Studies Review 11.2, 2009.
“George Washington on Religion’s Place in Public Life.” In The Future of Religion in American Politics, ed. Charles W. Dunn, 97-114. Lexington, Kentucky: University Press of Kentucky, 2009. More Info
Named by District of Columbia Court of Appeals and the Superior Court of the District of Columbia, to the 2012 Capital Pro Bono Honor Roll for her remarkable pro bono service to the DC community.