sociological criminology from chris uggen, michelle inderbitzin, and sara wakefield.
Mahalo is reaching out to prominent bloggers for an author series called “20 Questions For ….”
Essentially, we shoot a Q&A based on your blog, which we can do in our Santa Monica, Calif., studios or via Skype.
We just taped our first session with Sam Harris (The End of Faith). He had readers submit questions via Reddit and answered them. The full Harris discussion is here: http://www.mahalo.com/sam-harris/. He also posted the video on his site: http://www.samharris.org/.
Mahalo can also break up the questions in post for multiple videos. Here’s a link to the playlist: http://bit.ly/lBov93.
We also shot a video on why he wrote his books, which he will use for promotion: http://bit.ly/mEveCs.
We’d love to shoot you talking about Public Criminology.
Would this be of interest?
My name is Kaled and I’m with the American Intercontinental University in Atlanta. If you aren’t familiar with AIU – Atlanta, we specialize in Criminal Justice education –specifically degrees in Law Enforcement and Forensic Science.
Starting this Thursday, October 27th 2011 AIU – Atlanta will be hosting this years American Criminal Justice Association Conference.
The conference, titled “Inside the Criminal Mind: Forensics, Psychology and Criminology” will feature keynote speaker: Anthony V. Stone, PhD, MPH
Licensed Psychologist, and Diplomate in Police Psychology as well as workshops on Hostage Negotiations and Sex Offender Evaluation and Treatment.
We’re really excited about this event and I thought that it would be great idea to partner with you in order to spread the word about the upcoming event via your blog.
If you are interested in writing a quick post in the near future, please let me know as soon as possible so I can get you more details.
If you have any other questions please don’t hesitate to ask me. I look forward to hearing back from you.
On Behalf of American Intercontinental University
Hello, I teach and research in criminal justice at Iona College in NY. I really like your blog and am interested in contributing. I am new to this process, so I’d appreciate guidance. Thanks!
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