Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
525 Varner Hall
Feminist criminology, intimate partner abuse, criminological theory, crime and drug policy, juvenile justice
Burgess-Proctor, Amanda and Christopher G. Urban. (Forthcoming.) "State variations on defining sexual assault." In Tara Richards and Catherine Marcum (Eds.), Sexual Violence: Then and Now. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Burgess-Proctor, Amanda. (2013). "Feminist criminological theory." In G. Bruinsma and D. Weisburd (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Criminology & Criminal Justice. New York, NY: Springer.
Burgess-Proctor, Amanda. (2012). Pathways of victimization and resistance: Toward a feminist theory of battered women's help-seeking. Justice Quarterly, 29(3), 309-346.
Burgess-Proctor, Amanda. (2012). Backfire: Lessons learned when the criminal justice system fails help-seeking battered women. Journal of Crime and Justice, 35(1), 68-92.
Sokoloff, Natalie J.
and Amanda Burgess-Proctor. (2011). “Remembering criminology’s
‘forgotten theme’: Seeking justice in U.S. crime policy using an
intersectional approach.” In M. Bosworth and C. Hoyle (Eds.), What is Criminology? (pp. 235-248). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
Burgess-Proctor, Amanda. (2010). “Looking back, looking ahead:
Assessing contemporary feminist criminological theory.” In J. H. Copes
and V. Topalli (Eds.), Criminological Theory: Readings and Retrospectives (pp. 431-443). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.
Burgess-Proctor, Amanda, Justin W. Patchin, and Sameer Hinduja. (2009). "Cyberbullying and online harassment: Reconceptualizing the victimization of adolescent girls." In V. Garcia and J. Clifford (Eds.), Female Victims of Crime: Reality Reconsidered (pp. 162-176). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.
DeJong, Christina, Amanda Burgess-Proctor, and Lori Elis. (2008). Police officer perceptions of intimate partner violence: An analysis of observational data. Violence & Victims, 23(6), 683-696.
DeJong, Christina and Amanda Burgess-Proctor. (2006). A summary of personal protection order statutes in the United States. Violence Against Women, 12(1), 68-88.
Burgess-Proctor, Amanda. (2006). Intersections of race, class, gender, and crime: Future directions for feminist criminology. Feminist Criminology, 1(1), 27-47.
* Reprinted in S. Tibbetts & C. Hemmens (Eds.). (2009). Criminological Theory: A Text/Reader (pp. 584-598). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
CRJ 100 Introduction to Criminal Justice
CRJ 200 Criminological Theory
CRJ 300 Alcohol, Drugs and Society
CRJ 323 Delinquency & Juvenile Justice
CRJ 330 Women, Crime & Justice
CRJ 360 Criminal Careers & Career Criminals
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