Mazurek Receives Graduate Paper Award from ASC Division of Critical Criminology
Jordan E. Mazurek ('16), a recent graduate of EKU's M.Sc. in Criminal Justice program, received the prestigious American Society of Criminology- Division on Critical Criminology's 2016 Graduate Student Paper Award. According to the DCC's website, "The Graduate Student Paper Award recognizes and honors outstanding theoretical or empirical critical criminological scholarship by a graduate student."
The paper he submitted was his Master's Thesis "Nemo's Plight: Political Economy, Green-Cultural Criminology, and Fish Abuse" written at EKU and overseen by his Committee: Dr. Avi Brisman (Chair), Dr. Judah Schept, and Dr. Kishonna Gray. Additionally this thesis will be published in early 2017 as a chapter in the The
International Handbook of Animal Abuse Studies
(Eds. Piers Beirne, Jenny Maher, and Harriet Pierpoint. New York: Palgrave Macmillan).
Jordan is currently an Erasmus+: Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctoral Fellow pursuing a Doctorate in Cultural and Global Criminology at the University of Kent and the University of Hamburg.
Jordan's work can be found at: https://kent.academia.edu/JordanMazurek
Published on October 31, 2016