1 Jason Michael Williams, Ph.D. EDUCATION, Houston, TX Ph.D. in Administration of Justice 2013 Dissertation: A Critical Discourse Analysis on the Governance of Criminological Knowledge Chair: Dr. David Baker New Jersey City University, Jersey City, NJ M.S. in Criminal Justice 2010 New Jersey City University, Jersey City, NJ B.S. in Criminal Justice 2009 AWARDS Graduate Assistantship, New Jersey City University September 2009 May 2010 Graduate Assistantship, August 2010 May 2012 Research Assistantship, August 2010 May 2011 ACADEMIC POSITIONS Assistant Professor Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck, NJ The School of Criminal Justice, Political Science, and International Studies Professional and Legal Writing (undergraduate) Counseling and Interviewing (undergraduate) Adv. Criminological Theory (graduate) Rehabilitative Strategies (graduate) Social Justice Advocacy (undergraduate) 2014 Present Lecturer Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck, NJ The School of Criminal Justice and Legal Studies Professional and Legal Writing (undergraduate) Counseling and Interviewing (undergraduate) Adv. Criminological Theory (graduate) Community Resource Management (undergraduate) Rehabilitative Strategies (undergraduate) Social Justice Advocacy (graduate) Master s Capstone (graduate) Master s Project Supervisor (graduate) Adjunct Instructor John Jay College of Criminal Justice, NY, NY The Sociology Department Introduction to Sociology (undergraduate) Criminology (undergraduate) 2013 Present
2 Adjunct Instructor New Jersey City University, Jersey City, NJ The Criminal Justice Department Juvenile Justice (undergraduate) Management in Public Safety Agencies and Organizations (undergraduate) Crime in the Movies (undergraduate) Introduction to Criminal Justice (undergraduate) PAGE 2 Adjunct Instructor 2012, Houston, TX The Administration of Justice Department Legal Aspects of Law Enforcement (undergraduate) Probation and Parole (undergraduate and online) RESEARCH INTERESTS Theoretical Criminology, Criminal Justice Theory, Communities and Crime, Race and Crime, Critical Victimology, Critical Policing, Criminal Justice Policy, Epistemology in Criminology, Penology, Social Control, and Social and Restorative Justice. GRADUATE RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Graduate Research Assistant to Dr. Robert Mupier 2000 Investigated racial variation in crime and arrest rates among Southern states. Advanced research methods research. Graduate Research Assistant to Dr. Anita Kalunta-Crumpton Engaged in comparative criminal justice research. Helped with editing a comparative edited volume on race, ethnicity and crime. Independent Research Assistant to Dr. Helen Taylor Greene Engaged in research concerning race and crime for a textbook. Contributed to a study-site on said textbook. MEDIA INVITES Melissa Harris-Perry on MSNBC, NY, NY 2013 Segment: George Zimmerman Verdict (segment rescheduled and then canceled) The Hampton Institute Podcast, Online 2014 Segment: The Caveats of Ferguson BOOKS Williams, J. M., Jones, C. A. (Eds.) (forthcoming-dec, 2014). A Critical Analysis of Race and the Administration of Justice. San Diego: Cognella.
3 PAPERS AND BOOK CHAPTERS PAGE 3 Williams, J., & Greene, H. T. (In press-2015). The Ideals and Vision of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.: Crime and Social Justice Issues. In M. L. Clemons, D. I. Brown, & W. H. Dorsey, Public Policy and Social Development in the Post-Civil Rights Era: Through the Prism of Dr. Martin Luther King's Dream. Jackson: Oxford: University Press of Mississippi. Williams, J. (2014). The Prison Industrialization Complex and its Hidden Connection to White Supremacy. In R. V. Robertson, Blacks Behind Bars: African-Americans, Policing, and the Prison Boom, Ed. 1. San Diego: Cognella. PUBLICATIONS AND PAPERS UNDER REVIEW Williams, J.M. The Politics of Criminological Knowledge: A Critical Inquiry. Green Legacy Publishing Company, LLC. PUBLICATIONS AND PAPERS IN PROGRESS Jones, C.A., Price, B.E., Williams, J.M. A Lesson Plan for Failure: Educational Malpractice and the School to Prison Pipeline Connection. Williams, J.M., Race, Ethnicity, and Juvenile Justice. In Robinson, M. Race, Ethnicity, Crime, and Justice. Williams, J.M., & Wilson, S. Race and Criminology in the Post-Racial Age. Williams, J.M., & Baker, D. Criminological Knowledge and Unequal Justice. Critical Sociology. Williams, J.M., Chowdhury, L., Daftary-Kapur, T., Garcia, E., & Vodde, R. Contemporary Ethical Issues in the Criminal Justice System: A Textbook Reader. Wilson, S.K., & Williams, J.M. Ethics and Community Courts. In Williams et al. Contemporary Ethical Issues in the Criminal Justice System: A Textbook Reader. OP-ED PUBLICATIONS Williams, J. (2014, Oct 24). Policing the Blacks: Ferguson and Past Histories. Hampton Institution. Reprinted on Truth Out: Williams, J. (2014, August 14). The Caveats of Ferguson and the Murder of Michael Brown. Hampton Institution: Reprinted on Truth Out: Williams, J. (2014, April 17). Michael Vick, the Unredeemable Criminal Black Man? Hampton Institution: Williams, J. (2014, Jan 22). Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Definition of Justice. Hampton Institution:
4 Williams, J. (2013, Oct 3). Social Control and "Otherness". Hampton Institution: PAGE 4 Williams, J. (2013, Sept 29). The National Securitization of Traditional Criminal Justice. Hampton Institution: Williams, J. (2013). The Zimmerman Verdict and Race: A Brief Criminological Assessment. DPCC Race and Justice Scholar Newsletter, Spring/Summer Ed. American Society of Criminology. ORAL PRESENTATIONS AND PANELS Williams, J., Baker, D. (forthcoming-2014). Unequal Justice and Criminological Knowledge. Presented at the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA. Williams, J., Wilson, S. (forthingcoming-2014). Race and Criminology in the Post-Racial Age. Presented at the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA. Williams, J. (forthcoming-2014). Roundtable: Pedagogy at the Intersections of Oppression. American Society of Criminology Conference, San Francisco, CA. Williams, J. (2014). Roundtable: Mentoring Experiences Among African Americans in the Academy Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Conference. Philadelphia, PA. Williams, J. (2013). Panel Moderator: Author Meets Critics, The Stickup Kids: Race, Drugs, Violence, and the American Dream by Randol Contreras. American Society of Criminology Conference, Atlanta GA. Williams, J., & Alaniz, H. (2012). Conceptualizing the Militarization of Nigeria through the Framework of the Counter-Colonial Thesis. Presented at Research Week,, Houston, TX. Williams, J. (2012). The Politics of Race and Crime: A Theoretical Inquiry on Administrative Criminology and its impact on the Administration of Justice. Presented at Research Week,, Houston, TX. Calathes, W., Williams, J., & Wilson, S. (2012). Democratizing Criminal Justice and Criminology. Presented at the Left Forum Conference, Pace University, NY, NY. Thompkins, D., Vrettos, J., & Williams, J. (2011). The Prison Industrial Complex: Spiritual and Political Transformations from Outside and Inside the Criminal Justice System. Presented at the Left Forum Conference, Pace University, NY, NY. Calathes, W., Williams, J., & Wilson, S. (2011). Capitalism and Criminalization. Presented at the Left Forum Conference, Pace University, NY, NY. Williams, J. (2011). The New Criminal Justice and Gun Control. Presented at the South Western Association of Criminal Justice Conference, College Park, TX. Williams, J., Calathes, W., & Wilson, S. (2011). Symposium on Criminal Justice and Social Justice. Presented at the Left Forum Conference, Pace University, NY, NY. Williams, J., Calathes, W., & Bell, C. (2010). Criminology and Social Justice. Presented at the Left Forum Conference, Pace University, NY, NY.
5 PAGE 5 PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences American Society of Criminology Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences American Corrections Association SERVICE TO DISCIPLINE Editorial Reviewerships Race, Gender & Class Journal 2014-Present Journal of Prisoners on Prisons 2014-Present International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy 2014-Present SERVICE TO UNIVERSITY (FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY) Committee Memberships Campus Standards Committee 2014-Present (University-wide) Institutional Review Board 2014-Present (University-wide) Undergraduate University Honors Program Advisor Ms. Esma Batca, 2015 SERVICE TO DEPARTMENT (FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY) Graduate Masters Project Advisor Ms. Kirsten Mikhail, 2014 Ms. Tania Alvarado, 2014 Ms. Aminta Santos, 2014 Ms. Alexa Woolley, 2014 Special Projects Departmental social-media outreach project Alumni retention project Social Service Advocacy curriculum review Graduate capstone course development Graduate comprehensive exam development Curriculum and Instruction Developed and executed the Master s capstone course curriculum Developed and executed the Master s comprehensive exam Developed new courses for the Service Advocacy Minor curriculum (pending department review) Extracurricular Learning Initiatives Coordinated a trip to Northern State Prison for students in the Department. Miscellaneous Tasks Major Madness (2013) Fall Open House (2013)
6 PAGE 6 SPECIALIZED TRAINING AND CERTIFICATIONS Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) Govt. Grant App. Social and Behavioral Sciences/Education Curriculum (2014) IRB Members Basic/Refresher Curriculum (2014) REFERENCES Dr. David Baker /1336 Dr. Helen Taylor Greene Dr. Ihekwoaba Onwudiwe Dr. Byron Price Dean of the School of Business Medgar Evers College 1650 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY Dr. Robert Mupier Dr. Andrew Karmen John Jay College Sociology Dept th Ave #623 NY, NY