Profiles in "Violence" Expertise Area

  • Prof. Bruner's research engages the history of religion, violence, photography, and ethnography. He is currently engaged in a variety of community-based projects in the desert Southwest of the United States.
  • Dr. Lindstrom Johnson is an associate professor in the T. Denny School of Social and Family Dynamics.
  • Research Interests: - Violent Crime - Homicide - Firearm Policy - Domestic Violence
  • Dr. Heewon Kim (김정희원) is a critical organizational scholar who studies justice and inclusion, participation and voice, power and violence, as well as burnout and resilience.
  • Pizarro examines violence, more notably homicide, through the lens of theories of crime, and how various contextual factors come together in time and place to result in a homicide event.
  • Edward Maguire is a professor of criminology and criminal justice at Arizona State University, where he also serves as director of the Public Safety Innovation Lab.
  • Alex Young is a scholar of transnational settler colonialism and the literature and culture of the United States. His research focuses on how U.S. culture has been shaped by settler colonialism and Indigenous resistance.
  • Brown is the director of ASU’s Melikian Center. His research and teaching focus on the Western Balkans in global context.