Dawn Jeglum Bartusch is associate professor in the Department of Sociology and Criminology at Valparaiso University.
A Review of Michelle Alexander’s The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, New York: New Press, 2010.
July/August 2013: Criminal Justice - Annual Book Review Issue (Volume 13 Issue 4)
 The United States has the highest incarceration rate in the world; more people are incarcerated in this country, as a percentage of the population, than in any other nation. The prison population in the U.S. has quadrupled since 1980. Currently, 2.2 million people are incarcerated in prisons and jails in the U.S. In terms […]
Racial Disparities in the American Criminal Justice System
September 2010: Liturgical Ethics (Volume 10 Issue 9)
 In 2007, over 7.3 million people in the United States were under some form of correctional supervision, including federal and state prison inmates (1.6 million), jail inmates (almost 800,000), those on probation (over 4 million), and those on parole (about 800,000). This means that 1 in every 31 adults in the United States is […]