1 1 MARY ANN FARKAS Professor Department of Social and Cultural Sciences, P.O. Box 1881, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI (414) ; Education: Academic Experience: Fields of Expertise: Ph.D , Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI. M.S , University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI. B.S , University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI , Assistant Professor, Marquette University 2001-present, Associate Professor , Research Assistant, Michigan State University , Research Assistant, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Corrections, sex offender laws and policies, media and crime, women and crime, victimology I. PUBLICATIONS A. Books 2001 Palermo, G. and M.A. Farkas. The Dilemma of the Sexual Offender. Springfield, Ill: Charles C. Thomas Publisher, 227, pp. Translated, revised & reprinted in Italian in 2001 Palermo, Farkas & Carponi Schittar. L Abuso E La Molestia.Edizioni Essebiemme, 239 pp Palermo, G. and M.A. Farkas. The Dilemma of the Sexual Offender. Second Edition. Springfield, Ill: Charles C. Thomas Publisher, 321, pp Stojkovic, S. and M.A. Farkas. Correctional Leadership: A Cultural Perspective. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing, 147. B. Articles (in refereed journals) 2014 Stojkovic, S. and M.A. Farkas. So You Want to Find a Transitional House for Sexually Violent Persons: An Account of Political Failure. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 25 (6), Stojkovic, S. and M.A. Farkas. So You Want to Find a Transitional House for Sexually Violent Persons: An Account of Political Failure. Criminal Justice Policy Review, PUBLISHED FIRST ONLINE December 8, 2013.
2 2008 Farkas, M.A. and G. Miller. Sex Offender Treatment Reconciling Criminal Justice Priorities And Therapeutic Goals. Federal Sentencing Reporter 21 (December 2008): Farkas, M.A. and G. Miller. Reentry and Reintegration: Challenges Faced by Families of Convicted Sex Offenders. Federal Sentencing Reporter. 20 (December 2007): Farkas, M.A. and R.S. Jones. Community Partners: Doing Doors as a Community Crime Prevention Strategy. Criminal Justice Studies; A Critical Journal of Crime, Law, and Society, 20 (September 2007): Stichman, A. and M.A Farkas. The Pedagogical Use of Internships in Criminal Justice Programs. Journal of Criminal Justice Education 16 (April 2005): Farkas, M.A. and A. Stichman. Sex Offender Laws: Can Treatment, Punishment, Incapacitation and Public Safety Be Reconciled? Criminal Justice Review 27 (Autumn 2002): [2009- Reprint] Farkas, M.A. and A. Stichman. Sex Offender Laws: Can Treatment, Punishment, Incapacitation and Public Safety Be Reconciled? In Stohr, M. Walsh, A. and C. Hemmens. (Eds.). Corrections: A Text/Reader. Sage Publishing, pp Farkas, M.A. Correctional Officers: What Factors Influence Work Attitudes? Correctional Management Quarterly, 5 (Spring 2001): Farkas, M.A. and R. Zevitz. The Law Enforcement Role in Sex Offender Community Notification: A Research Note. Journal of Crime and Justice, 23 (Fall, 2000): Farkas, M. A. A Typology of Correctional Officers. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 44 (August, 2000): [2009- Book Chapter Reprint] Farkas, M.A. A Typology of Correctional Officers. In Tewksbury, R. and Dabney, D. (Eds.). Prisons and Jails; A Reader. McGraw Hill Publishing, pp Zevitz, R.G. and M.A. Farkas. Sex Offender Community Notification: Managing High Risk Criminals or Exacting Further Vengeance? Behavioral Sciences and the Law 18 (March-June): [2005- Book Chapter Reprint] Zevitz, R.G. and M.A. Farkas. Sex Offender Community Notification. Managing High Risk Criminals Or Exacting Further
3 Vengeance? In Pogrebin, M. (Ed.). About Criminals. A View of the Offender s World. Sage Publishing, pp Zevitz, R.G. and M.A. Farkas Sex Offender Community Notification: Examining the Importance of Neighborhood Meetings. Behavioral Sciences and the Law 18 (March-June): Zevitz, R.G. and M.A. Farkas. The Impact of Sex Offender Community Notification on Probation and Parole in Wisconsin. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 44 (February 2000): Farkas, M.A. Correctional Officers Attitudes Toward Inmates and Working with Inmates in a Get Tough Era. Journal of Criminal Justice, 27 (November- December 1999): Farkas, M. A. Inmate Supervisory Style: Does Gender Make a Difference. Women and Criminal Justice, 10 (Fall 1999): Farkas, M.A. and K. Rand. Sex Matters: A Gender-Specific Standard for Cross- Gender Searches of Inmates. Women and Criminal Justice, 10 (Spring 1999): Farkas, M.A. Not in My Backyard: The Issues and Complexities Surrounding Prison Siting. The Justice Professional 12 (June 1998): Farkas, M.A. and K. Rand. Female Correctional Officers and Prisoner Privacy. Marquette Law Review, 80 (Summer 1997): Farkas, M.A. and P. K. Manning. The Occupational Cultures of Corrections and Police Officers. Journal of Crime and Justice 20 (Spring 1997): Farkas, M.A. The Normative Code Among Correctional Officers: An Exploration of Components and Functions. Journal of Crime and Justice 20 (Fall 1997): Farkas, M.A. Research Note. The Impact of the Correctional Field Setting on the Research Experience: A Research Chronicle. Journal of Crime and Justice, 15 (Spring 1992): Farkas, M.A. Professionalization: Is It the Cure-All For What Ails" the Correction Officer?" Journal of Crime and Justice 13 (Spring 1990): D. Book Chapters 2010 Farkas, M.A. and G.M. Miller. Preliminary Findings on the Impact of Reentry and Reunification with Family Members. In S. Ekunwe and R.Jones. (Eds.). Global
4 Perspectives on Rentry, First Edition, Finland: University of Tampere Press, pp Farkas, M.A. Women Working in Prison and Jail Settings: Progress and Prospects. In Merlo, A.V. and J.M. Pollock (Eds.). Women, Law and Social Control, Second Edition, Boston: Pearson/Allyn and Bacon Publishers. pp Farkas, M.A. Managing Sexual Offenders in Correctional Settings. In Stojkovic, S. (Ed.). Managing Special Populations in Jails and Prisons. Volume I. Civic Research Institute, Farkas, M.A. Community Notification: A Valuable Strategy for Managing Sex Offenders in the Community. In Controversies in Criminal Justice, Eds. Alarid, L. Katz, C. and Decker, C., Roxbury Publishing, pp E. Other Publications 2014 [Editorial] Farkas, M.A.The Potential of Research to Inform Theory, Policy, and Practice. Editorial. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 58 (4) (April 2014): [Editorial] Farkas, M.A. Rehabilitation in the Criminal Justice System. Improving Service Delivery and Potential Therapeutic Outcomes. Editorial. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 54 (3) (June 2010): [Book Review] Farkas, M.A. Sex Offender Laws: Failed Policies. New Directions. by Wright, R.G. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. 54 (August 2010): [Book Review] Farkas, M.A. Analysing Women s Imprisonment by Carlen, P. and A. Worrall. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 50 (April 2006): [Book Review] Farkas, M.A. In the Mix. Struggle and Survival in a Women s Prison. The Prison Journal, 82 (September 2002): [Research Report] Farkas, M.A. and C. Maranto. Report of the Gender Equity Implementation Task Force. Executive Summary. Marquette University [Research Report] Farkas, M.A., C. Maranto, M.C. Bodden., J. Boles., B. Castenada., M. Class., M., J. Davis., J. Holstein; T. Jablonsky., L. Leslie., R. Lueger., Papanek, P., J. Peterson., S. Reid., S. Russell., B. Silver-Thorn. L. Turner., S. Wiegand., and C. Wiseman. Report of the Gender Equity Implementation Task Force. Marquette University.
5 [Research Report] Jones, R.S., Oldknow-Blumentritt, L. Frinzi, J., Stichman, A., Farkas, M.A., and C. A. Archbold. HYDTA and Safe and Sound Initiative. Final Report. Department of Justice [Research Report] Zevitz, R. and M.A. Farkas. Sex Offender Community Notification: Assessing the Impact in Wisconsin: Research In Brief. National Institute of Justice, NCJ# II. PAPERS PRESENTED & PARTICIPATION IN PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS A. International Conference 2002 Farkas, M.A. Paper Read: The Role of the Sex Offender Treatment Provider: Therapeutic or Social Control Agent? Annual Meeting of the International Association for the Treatment of Sexual Offenders. Vienna, Austria. B. National Conferences 2012 Farkas, M.A. Roundtable: Politics of Professionalism or Why is It Taking So Long? Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Dallas, TX Farkas, M.A. Panel Organized: Living with the Label, Prisoner s Family Conference. El Paso, Texas Paper Read: Secondary Victims: Families of Convicted Sex Offenders. Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Toronto, CA Paper Read. Criminal Justice Education in Jesuit Institutions: Is It Any Different from the Rest? Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Amy Stichman. Paper Read Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Criminal Justice Internships: Examining the Purposes, Uses, and Organization of Components In A Nationwide Sample Of Criminal Justice Programs. Anaheim, CA Paper Read. Sex Offender Community Notification. Data Resources Program Workshop: Prisoner Reentry and Community Justice, National Institute of Justice and the Inter-University Consortium for Political Research. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.
6 2001 Stichman, Amy. Paper Read. Can Retribution, Public Safety And Treatment Be Reconciled? Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Washington, D.C Lovell, R. Pogrebin, M., Roby, C. and Stojkovic, S. Panel Organized. Correctional Leadership Education: The California Department of Corrections Leadership Institute, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Washington, D.C Paper Read. Sex Offender Community Notification: Analyzing The Role of the Media. American Society of Criminology. Toronto, CA Zevitz, R. Paper Read. Sex Offender Community Notification: Managing High Risk Criminals or Exacting Further Vengeance? Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Orlando, FL Paper Read. Keynote. Sex Offender Community Registration and Notification- Problem Avoidance and Barriers to Implementation. National Criminal Justice Association Conference. Crystal Lake, VA Paper Read. Sex Offender Legislation: Institutional and Community-Based Strategies. American Society of Criminology. San Diego, CA Albritton, J. Paper Read. Use of Force: A Comparison of Policing and Corrections. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Louisville, KY Rand, Katherine. Paper Read. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Conference American Society of Criminology Conference. Female Correctional Officers and Prisoner Privacy. Chicago, IL Paper Read. Not in My Backyard: Local Efforts to Stop the Building of a Prison. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Las Vegas, NV Manning, P. Paper Read. A Comparative Look at the Occupational Cultures of Policing and Correctional Work. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Boston, MA Paper presented. A Multi-Method Approach to the Study of Correctional Officers Types, American Society of Criminology. Miami, FL Katz, A. Paper Read.. An Exploration of the Use of Ethnography in Correctional Research. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Kansas City, MO. C. Regional Conferences
7 1998 Farkas, M. A. and Zevitz, R.Z. Sex Offender Registration and Community Notification: Reactions From Law Enforcement and Corrections, Midwestern Criminal Justice Association Conference. Milwaukee, WI Panel Organized. Community Corrections. Midwestern Criminal Justice Association Conference. Chicago, IL Panel Organized: Student Paper Competition. Midwestern Criminal Justice Association. Chicago, IL. D. Local Conferences/Lectures/Panel Discussions 2004 Paper Read. Approaches To Correctional Work: Does Gender Make A Difference? Annual Meeting of the Wisconsin Correctional Association Midwestern Criminal Justice Association Conference, Job Satisfaction Among Correctional Officers at a Local Facility, with Katz, Andra. Chicago, IL Midwestern Criminal Justice Association Conference. Professionalization: Is It the Cure-All For What 'Ails" The Corrections Officer? Chicago, IL. III. TEACHING A. Marquette University Undergraduate Courses CRLS 3100: CRLS 2500: CRLS 4110: CRLS 3660: CRLS 4100: CRLS 3600: CRLS 4130 SOCI 4460 Corrections: Prisons, Probation and Parole Criminal Court Process Media Perspectives in Urban Crime Sex Offenses and Offenders Ultimate Penalties in the Criminal Justice System Victimology Women, Crime, and Criminal Justice Sociology of Work and Occupations Graduate/Honors Courses CRLS 240 CRLS 298 CRLS 205 SOCI 5460 Correctional Management Gender, Race, and Justice Research Methods and Program Evaluation Sociology of Work and Occupations Senior Experience Courses
8 CRLS 4996 Media Perspectives in Urban Crime 8 Independent Studies CRLS 3986 Independent Study Internships CRLS 193 CRLS 290 Internship in Criminology and Law Graduate Internship in Criminal Justice Dissertation Qualifying Exams None at present. Dissertation Committee 2010 Reader: 1 Committee B. Other Teaching Undergraduate Courses at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee CRLS 273: CRLS 430: Corrections Process Punishment Undergraduate Courses at Michigan State University CJ 110: Introduction to Criminal Justice IV. COMMITTEES AND SERVICE A. National Professional Association 2011 Awards Committee member, William Simon/Anderson Outstanding Paper Award, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Editorial Board: Journal of Criminal Justice Education 2003 Book reviewer: Pearson/Allyn and Bacon 2002 Book reviewer: Greenhaven Press 2002-current: Editorial Board: International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology
9 2001 Book Reviewer : Wadsworth Publishing Editorial Board: Journal of Crime and Justice Publications Committee, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Editorial Board, Greenhaven Press 1999-current: 1999-current: 1999-current 1999-current 1999-current 1999-current 1999-current Manuscript reviewer- Criminal Justice Policy Review Manuscript reviewer - International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology Manuscript reviewer -Journal of Crime and Justice Manuscript reviewer- Women, Crime and Criminal Justice Manuscript reviewer for Journal of Criminal Justice Education Manuscript reviewer- Justice Quarterly Manuscript reviewer- The Prison Journal B. Regional or Local Professional Association University Member: Faculty Paper Award Committee, Midwestern Criminal Justice Association 2012 Planning Committee MU Law School- Restorative Justice and the Death Penalty Committee on University Honors Women s Chair in Humanistic Studies Selection Committee Members in Course Committee, Phi Beta Kappa, Zeta Chapter Officer, Phi Beta Kappa, Zeta Chapter 2004 Member: Association of Marquette University Women Women s Faculty Award Selection Committee 2002 Officer, Pi Gamma Mu National Honor Society for Social Sciences,
10 Co-Chair: Gender Equity Implementation Task, Marquette University 1997 Member: Professional Studies Advisory Board, Marquette University D. College 2010-current Mentor: College of Arts & Sciences Mentoring Program 2010-current Member: College of Arts & Sciences Advising Committee 2008 Member: College of Arts & Sciences Advising Committee Mentor: College of Arts & Sciences Mentoring Program Member: Curriculum Development & Assessment Committee Member: College of Arts & Sciences Advising Committee. E. Department 2009-current Member: Criminology and Law Studies Committee 2008-current Member: Criminology and Law Studies Assessment Committee 2007 Member: Criminology and Law Studies Committee 2006 Member: Sociology Strategic Planning Committee 2006 Member: Sociology Faculty Search Committee 2005 Member: Social Welfare and Justice Committee Member: Internship Committee 2005 Member: Strategic Planning Committee Member: Social Welfare and Justice Committee Member: CRLS Outstanding Criminology Student Award Committee Member: Bylaws Committee for Social and Cultural Sciences Faculty Advisor: Criminology and Law Society, Marquette University
11 11 F. Academic Service Outside Marquette University 2005 Special Prison Research Reviewer- Institutional Review Board (IRB)- University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee G. Non-Academic Service Outside Marquette University Instructor/trainer Leadership Training Institute, California Department of Corrections. V. MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES A. National 2002-current. International Association for the Treatment of Sexual Offenders 2002-current. National Association for Women in Higher Education 1998-current. National Criminal Justice Association 1998-current. Pi Gamma Mu International Honor Society 1998-current. Phi Beta Kappa -Zeta Chapter 1994-current. American Correctional Association 1989-current. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences 1989-current. American Society of Criminology. B. Regional 1989-current. Midwestern Criminal Justice Society C. Local 1994-current. Wisconsin Correctional Association
12 2005 Committee Chair, Secession Planning, Wisconsin Community Services, Inc Board member, Executive Board, Wisconsin Correctional Services, Inc President, Executive Board, Wisconsin Correctional Services, Inc present Advisory Committee, Milwaukee Secure Detention Facility 2000 Vice-President Executive Board, Wisconsin Correctional Services, Inc University Liaison, Wisconsin Victims Assistance Academy, Wisconsin Department of Justice 2000 Board Member, Ozaukee County Jail Literacy Project Bylaws Committee, Wisconsin Correctional Service, Inc Program Evaluation Committee, Wisconsin Correctional Services, Inc present Executive Board Member, Wisconsin Correctional Service, Inc Asha Family Services Domestic Violence Project VI. HONORS, AWARDS, GRANTS A. National 2000 Co-Recipient with Zevitz, R. (Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences) Anderson Outstanding Faculty Paper Award 1999 Co-Recipient with Sullivan, Norm. Wisconsin Department of Corrections, $14, Co-Recipient with Zevitz, R. (National Institute of Justice). $49, Recipient. (Midwestern Criminal Justice Association). Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award B. University
13 Recipient: Summer Course Development Grant. On-line Course. Marquette University. $3, Co-Recipient with Miller, G: Summer Faculty Fellowship. Marquette University. $11, Recipient: Course Development. (Manresa Project). Marquette University, $3, Recipient: Course Development. (Manresa Project). Marquette University, $3, Recipient. Course Development. Institute for Urban Life. Marquette University, $3, Recipient. Course Development. University Core Curriculum Development Grant. Marquette University, $3, Recipient. Summer Faculty Fellowship. Marquette University. $5, Recipient. Most Outstanding Organization Advisor. Office of Student Development. Marquette University
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