Books

Ross, Jeffrey Ian. (Ed.) (2021). Routledge Handbook of Street Culture. New York: Routledge Publishers.

Ross, Jeffrey Ian and Francesca Vianello (Eds.) (2020). Convict Criminology for The Future. New York: Routledge Publishers.

Ross, Jeffrey Ian. (Ed.) (2016). Routledge Handbook of Graffiti and Street Art. New York: Routledge Publishers.

Ross, Jeffrey Ian. (2016). Key Issues in Corrections, Bristol, England: Policy Press.

Latest Blog Posts

Reconceptualizing jobs, trades, professions and careers as a series of projects and experiments

Jobs, trades, professions and careers typically provide tangible (e.g., economic) and intangible benefits. But this approach to earning an income often comes with a considerable amount of unstated, unarticulated, unrealistic, poorly articulated and understood baggage. This baggage includes the numerous challenges and sacrifices that one must make to complete a course of studies, earn a […]

Blog posts I share with my incoming undergraduate criminology/criminal justice students

As the new semester begins, I often struggle with selecting content that I want my undergraduate criminology/criminal justice students to read. In addition to a core textbook, and a handful of articles and book chapters, I share five blog posts with them. The first one, “What do gym memberships and higher education have in common?” […]

Quitting Academia: Is the grass really greener on the other side?

The COVID-19 pandemic tested (and continues to exert an impact on) numerous aspects of daily life. Nowhere has this been more profound than with lots of peoples’ relationship with their jobs, work, and careers. Many individuals discovered how much their work cared about them and vice versa. Some workers struggled and prevailed. They were able […]

Bio

Criminologist, Professor, Scholar, & Consultant

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Jeffrey Ian Ross, Ph.D. is a Professor in the School of Criminal Justice, College of Public Affairs, and a Research Fellow in the Center for International and Comparative Law, and the Schaefer Center for Public Policy at the University of Baltimore. He has been a Visiting Professor at Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany, and University of Padua, Italy.

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