This week we speak with Michelle Inderbitzen from the Public Criminology blog. We talk about the meaning of “Public Criminology,” and Michelle tells us about her participation in the Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program, which informs much of her research, teaching and blogging.
But first, Jesse’s Discovery Pick: an article published in Criminology that compares the attitudes of whites and blacks toward our country’s high rate of black male imprisonment.
Next week, we take a break from the bloggers and return to interviews with authors from our print publication. We’ll speak with Sandra D. Westervelt and Kimberly J. Cook about Coping with Innocence After Death Row from our Fall 2008 issue.